Tintin Books

Complete edition Albums (EN)

This box set contains the entire 24 albums of Tintin's Adventures in English. All the stories grouped in one place!

US$147.50
US$147.50
Complete edition Albums (FR)

This box set contains the entire 24 albums of Tintin's Adventures in French. All the stories grouped in one place!

US$144.00
US$144.00
Tintin C'est l'Aventure #3

Issue 3 of the quarterly review Mountains, land of adventure and thrills but also serenity and introspection. Hergé not only loved mountains, he made them the background of several of Tintin's adventures. With 40 pages dedicated to research on the Sacred Mountain, Hergé's fascination with mountains explained, photos, a foldable comic by Jacques Ferrandez, Titouan Lamazou's travel book, a GEO reportage in the heart of Mauritania, Hergé's sketches and so much more, this 3rd edition is packed with inspiring content.

US$23.50
US$23.50
Tintin au pays des Soviets Colour version, deluxe edition (French)

The first Tintin adventure was created in 1929, yet this new colour version is surprisingly fresh and modern to read. Full of energy and enthusiasm, Tintin acquires his distinctive physical appearance as he jumps into a convertible car. To suggest speed Hergé drew the reporter's hair sticking up; the tuft remained forever after. The deluxe version of the album, with stamped cloth binding and numbered offprint (1-50,000), has a supplementary preface by Philippe Goddin in which the author looks back at the beginning of the Tintin legend and outlines the history of the first Tintin book. A Moulinsart-Casterman co-publication. Specifications: • 24 x 32 cm format (cover) • 160 pages + flyleaf pages • printed on 135 g Gardapat Classica paper • Hardback / sewn binding • Round cloth spine in metallic stamped material • soft-touch glossy lamination • Film-wrapped • Offprint printed on 300 g drawing paper • preface by Philippe Goddin

US$48.00
US$48.00
Tintin au pays des Soviets Colour version (French)

The first Tintin adventure was created in 1929, yet this new colour version is surprisingly fresh and modern to read. Full of energy and enthusiasm, Tintin acquires his distinctive physical appearance as he jumps into a convertible car. To suggest speed Hergé drew the reporter's hair sticking up; the tuft remained forever after. A Moulinsart-Casterman co-publication. Specifications: • 22.5 x 30.5 cm format (cover) • 144 pages + flyleaf pages • 4/4 printing on 115 g special offset paper • Sewn binding • glossy lamination

US$22.50
US$22.50
03. Tintin in America

Tintin travels to Chicago to clean up the city of criminals. Narrowly escaping death at the hands of Al Capone's henchmen, Tintin battles crooks and skilfully escapes from traps. As the adventure continues the reporter witnesses the chaotic runaway success of the American oil industry and big business.

US$14.50
US$14.50
02. Tintin in the Congo English - Hard cover

Tintin and Snowy travel to the Belgian Congo to report on the country's situation. Once in the central African nation, the duo get into various adventures, encountering wild animals, angry natives, and even American diamond smugglers controlled by infamous mobster Al Capone! In his portrayal of the Belgian Congo, the young Hergé reflected the colonial attitudes of the time... He depicted African people according to the bourgeois, paternalistic stereotypes of the period - an interpretation that some of today's readers may find offensive.

US$19.00
US$19.00
01. Tintin in the Land of the Soviets

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?

US$14.50
US$14.50
02. Tintin in the Congo

Tintin and Snowy travel to the Belgian Congo to report on the country's situation. Once in the central African nation, the duo get into various adventures, encountering wild animals, angry natives, and even American diamond smugglers controlled by infamous mobster Al Capone! In his portrayal of the Belgian Congo, the young Hergé reflected the colonial attitudes of the time... He depicted African people according to the bourgeois, paternalistic stereotypes of the period - an interpretation that some of today's readers may find offensive.

US$14.50
US$14.50
24. Tintin and Alph-Art

On his final (unfinished) adventure Tintin is drawn into the art world, uncovers a forgery ring linked to a sect and faces the gruesome prospect of being cast as sculpture.

US$15.00
US$15.00

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