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The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn

The British broadsheets (or should I say, Tintin fans who write for them) have been slaming this film ever since it was released last month. I decided to reserve judgement until I actually saw the film, The Adventures of Tintin: … Continue reading

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Burgundy Tintin Pages

More than a hundred million books sold, and translated into over forty languages: when pressed to reveal the secret of Tintin’s phenomenal success, Hergé said, “I don’t know. I absolutely don’t know. I’m amazed with his success. I receive letters … Continue reading

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