Top 5 Tintin Covers

Published on December 21st, 2011

North America is going to find out the magic of The Adventures of Tintin this week, thanks to Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson! As young boy growing up in France, I was huge fan of Les Aventures de Tintin. They were some of the first comics I read as a kid. They still hold a special place in my heart. I wanted to take some time and share with you my top 5 covers.There were over 20 comics published about this young detective, created, written, and illustrated by Hergé back in 1930. That’s right,9 years before Batman, who is known around the world as the greatest detective in comics.


My favorite Tintin cover  is Tintin au pays de l’or noir

The upcoming Tintin film is based on The Secret of The Unicorn (the original name in French, Le Secret de la Licorne), which was published in 1942. If you like the upcoming film, I highly recommend you check out these books, published by Little Brown. They also have 20 pages of bonus material. They are a must have for kids fans of all ages

Tintin au Tibet Le Totus Bleu
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Objectif Lune On a marché sur la Lune
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Simon Daoudi