❆ Tintin et les Picaros (Tintin, #23) Author Hergé – Thomashillier.co.uk

Tintin et les Picaros (Tintin, #23) La Presse Du Jour Indique Que Lors D Un Voyage Au San Theodoros, La Castafiore Et Les Dupondt Sont Arr T S Par Le R Gime Du G N Ral Tapioca, Nouvellement La T Te Du Pays, Sous Pr Texte D Un Complot Dont Haddock Serait La T Te, Et Dont Tintin Et Tournesol Feraient Galement Partis, Moulinsart Servant De Base Quelques Heures Plus Tard, Des Journalistes Sont D J Aux Portes De Moulinsart Pour Interviewer Le Capitaine Haddock Apr S Avoir Vu Une D Claration T L Vis E Dans Laquelle Le G N Ral Tapioca L Accusait Formellement D Tre L Origine D Un Complot, Haddock D Cide D Envoyer Un Message Tapioca Apr S Quelques T L Grammes D Insultes, Haddock Et Tournesol Acceptent De Se Rendre Tapiocapolis Pour Discuter Avec Le G N Ral Mais Tintin, M Fiant D Cide Lui De Rester Moulinsart Tr S Vite, Ils D Couvrent Que L Invitation Tait Un Pi Ge C Est Alors Que Tintin Les Rejoint


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10 thoughts on “Tintin et les Picaros (Tintin, #23)

  1. says:

    Tintin et les Picaros Tintin, 23 , Herg 1978 1380 62 9644072596 1381 1384 9644072731 20 Tintin et les Picaros Tintin, 23 , Herg 1978 1380 62 9644072596 1381 1384 9644072731 20


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    My review from Tintin BooksAs Napoleon said, Think of it, soldiers Forty centuries look down upon you Captain Haddock to CalculusI hadn t read Tintin and the Picaros since I was a kid, so it s arguably the completed album I know least Returning to it, I found much to love After the creative misstep that was Flight 714, Herge was very much back on track.Of all the albums in the Tintin ouevre, Picaros is less clearly aimed at children Even the formula defying The Castafiore Eme My review from Tintin BooksAs Napoleon said, Think of it, soldiers Forty centuries look down upon you Captain Haddock to CalculusI hadn t read Tintin and the Picaros since I was a kid, so it s arguably the completed album I know least Returning to it, I found much to love After the creative misstep that was Flight 714, Herge was very much back on track.Of all the albums in the Tintin ouevre, Picaros is less clearly aimed at children Even the formula defying The Castafiore Emerald features a great deal of slapstick and mistaken identities There is a mature, autumnal feel from the first two frames, as Tintin arrives at Marlinspike in different clothes on his motorbike, amidst the barren, tilled fields, dark skies, dead trees and the constant presence of ravens And there are SO...


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    South American Revolutions27 February 2012 This is the last of the completed Tintin books and in a way does finally tie everything up Granted, nobody ever lives happily ever after, but I do feel that it does round off and complete what I consider to be a ground breaking series of books that are incredibly funny and very entertaining This album seems to follow on after the Castafiore Emerald as there are a few connections with the events in the previous album, however it appears that Flight 714 South American Revolutions27 February 2012 This is t...


  5. says:

    The Tintin stories for anyone who has read them and understands their history can t be viewed as anything other than groundbreaking The beginnings of these stories have been around as long as the Lord of the Rings, the illustration and environments in the Tintin books are accurate and extremely detailed Anyone who has spent even a little time exploring Herge Georges Remi can see the painstaking research and adversity he worked through to compose the world around Tintin His ideas were ahead The Tintin stories for anyone who has read them and understands their history can t be viewed as anything other than groundbreaking The beginnings of these stories have been around as long as the Lord of the Rings,...


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    Part of the interest in reading Tintin is thinking about how Herg s attitudes changed over time His rejection of some of his earlier portrayals he is on record as categorizing Tintin in America as an error of his youth allow a reader to see this series as a product of a specific time and place a product created by a writer who becamepolitically sophisticated as he gained in years and wisdom re Reading this episode directly after revisiting The Broken Ear is a case in point He Part of the interest in reading Tintin is thinking about how Herg s attitudes changed over time His rejection of some of his earlier portrayals he is on record as categorizing Tintin in America as an error of his youth allow a reader to see this series as a product of a specific time and place a product created by a writer who becamepolitically sophisticated as he gained in years and wisdom re Reading this episode directly after revisiting The Broken Ear is a case in point Herg did not stop skewering the political culture of South America, but between 1937 Broken Ear and 1976 Picaros , there had been great changes politically in the world, and the later work ...


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    Pretty fun, though dismissive of serious topics as Tintin is wont to do The plot wraps up so cleanly it s borderline insulting, but hidden in the flippancy is some cynical and incisive commentary In the world of Herg it s as if Tintin s goodness is so contagious that he makes the world better by his presence He grabs a warlord by the ear and tells them to behave themselves and despite protest, they do Thus Tintin can blamelessly aid a rebellious faction in an armed coup No discussion of Pretty fun, though dismissive of serious topics as Tintin is wont to do The plot wraps up so cleanly it s borderline insulting, but hidden in the flippancy is some cynical and incisive commentary In the world of Herg it s as if Tintin s goodness is so contagious that he makes the world better by his presence He grabs a warlord by the ear and tells them to behave themselves and despite protest, they do Thus Tintin can blamelessly aid a rebellious faction in an armed coup No discussion of the differences between reigning power and rebel is considered or addressed Tintin s reason for aiding Alcazar s cause is explicitly to rescue his friends from excecution , and that is arguably satirical commentary in itself The second to last panel of the book shown above is actually quite chilling conside...


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    The final Tintin story not counting the incomplete Alph Art goes out on something of a anti climax It s not a bad story in the Tintin canon though not one of the best, either , but somehow I wanted somethingfrom it That said, I suppose the lack of a crescendo means that Tintin still lives in the mind, unchanging and ready for new adventures that I ll never see Hmmm that thought is actually quite comforting.The most striking and thought provoking panel in the book I think this migh The final Tintin story not counting the incomplete Alph Art goes out on something of a anti climax It s not a bad story in the Tintin canon though not one of the best, either , but somehow I wanted somethingfrom it That said...


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    plot details for this review are borrowed from Wikipedia in the interest of full disclosure I read this as a child but possess a lucid, while not photographic, recollection of the story.Fitting end to the Tintin saga as the gang delves into a thorny political struggle in Latin America, emerging unscathed but finding no...


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    Tintin and Captain Haddock, as well as Milu and Professor Tournesol, meet their old friend General Alcazar and help him make a revolution against the dictator General Tapioca In the mean time, they also free Bianca Casta Fiore, who has been jailed by the Dicta...


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