First published in book form in 1932, this black and white version of Tintin in America has us visiting the Chicago of the 30’s, all gangsters and towering skyscrapers. Some great full page colour plates amidst the black and white pages. Size 23.2 cm x 30.5 cm x 2 cm printed on heavy weight cartridge paper. Hardback Book
This 1932 version of Cigars of the Pharaoh for many of us is the start of the real adventures. Also introduces us to characters who regularly pop up time and time again! Black and white with some lovely full colour plates. Size 23.2 cm x 30.5 cm x 2 cm 129 pages printed on heavy weight cartridge paper Hardback Book
Edition numérotée oui Type de couverture Cartonné Nombre de pages 160 Format A4 - 210mm x 297mm Langue du produit Français Année de production 2017 Age minimum 7 ans Langue Français L x w x h (cm) 32.00 x 24.00 x 2.50 Poids 1,200g
The last unfinished work of Hergé, presented in sketch book form. The story revolves around the world of modern art, something Hergé himself had a passion for, with fake guru’s and more than a sprinkling of female characters. A fascinating adventure with a tantalising last frame…will Snowy rescue Tintin or will he get side-tracked by a tasty bone!
Edition numérotée Non Type de couverture Cartonné Nombre de pages 144 Format A4 - 210mm x 297mm Langue du produit Français Année de production 2017 Langue Français L x w x h (cm) 30.50 x 22.50 x 1.50 Poids 760g L x w x h (cm) box 30.50 x 22.50 x 1.50 Poids du conditionnement 760g
In this madcap adventure Tintin travels to the Soviet Union to research the effects of Communism on the population and the economy. The brave reporter manages to penetrate to the heart of the Bolshevik state despite being hunted by the Soviet agents. Will he manage to make it back to Belgium in one piece?