Tintin and Alph art Little Brown is celebrating years of Herg with titles never before published in the U S Join traveling reporter Tintin and his faithful dog Snowy along with well known friends such as Captain

  • Title: Tintin and Alph-art.
  • Author: Herge
  • ISBN: 1405214481
  • Page: 192
  • Format: reli
  • Little, Brown is celebrating 100 years of Herg with 3 titles never before published in the U.S Join traveling reporter Tintin and his faithful dog Snowy, along with well known friends such as Captain Haddock, as they embark on extraordinary adventures spanning historical and political events, fantasy and science fiction adventures and thrilling mysteries These full color graphic novels broke new ground when they were first released and became the inspiration for countless modern day comic artists.

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    1. Herge

      Herge Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Tintin and Alph-art. book, this is one of the most wanted Herge author readers around the world.

    965 thoughts on “Tintin and Alph-art.”

    1. album de BD anglophone broché souple grand format ancien (2004) présentant la toute dernière aventure inachevée d'Hergé; crayonnés et ébauches de textes remplacent la vaie BD qui n'a jamais été finalisée; l'exercice peut être intéressant mais il n'y a plus la magie qui opère habituellement quand on lit Tintin quel que soit son âge ou son origine; pour compléter une collection un exemplaire d'occasion de cette édition souple Little Brown au papier épais suffira amplement mais si [...]


    2. A fascinating and adult Tintin book, well worth reading for Tintin fans. Tintin takes on art forgers, and Herge takes on fake art lovers. As other commenters have said it's very interesting to see the process behind the making of a Tintin book.Herge spends the first 10 pages re-introducing all the main characters from past books and having them interact with each other. These introductory pages, despite being mostly plot-less, are great fun to read. I think this is because as you get older the t [...]


    3. Just enough content to make a Tintin size book, a lot less art than you're hoping for. But very good if you're an adult and you're interested in the process they used for writing a story. Would be probably boring for kids.


    4. This isn't so much a story, as a look into Herge's creation process. We don't even get a proper ending, let alone finished pages. Think of this as a sketchbook with someone else's notes penned in.




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