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34 dessins d'Hergé oubliés



23 x 11 x 0.5

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This French-language facsimile of a brochure published by Belgian National Railways (the SNCB) in 1935, bears witness to the close relationship between Tintin, Hergé and trains.

On 10 January 1929, Tintin and Snowy set off on their first adventure from a Brussels railway station. Tintin travels much of the world – Europe, Africa, Asia, and North and South America – by train.

Many of the most memorable sequences in his adventures – "Tintin in the Land of the Soviets", "Tintin in the Congo", "Tintin in America", "The Blue Lotus", "The Broken Ear", "The Black Island", "Prisoners of the Sun" and "The Calculus Affair", among others – are played out on trains, along railway tracks, and in or around railway stations.

Anyone who has read Tintin knows that the little reporter likes to take the train: the only time he is sure to take another form of transport is when he is flying to the Moon!

This delightful brochure has been reproduced with a limited print run numbered from 1 to 2010.


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