Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book
Tintin Hardback Comic Book

Tintin Hardback Comic Book

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King Ottokar's Sceptre

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First published in English in 1958

Tintin accompanies an expert in Seals to Syldavia, where he discovers a vast conspiracy by a neighbouring country to take King Muskar XII powers by stealing his symbolic sceptre.

The Secret of the Unicorn

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First published in English in 1959
By a stroke of luck Tintin buys one of three models of the 17th century ship, the Unicorn. He soon discovers that by joining the parchments found hidden inside each ship’s mast, they complete a treasure map that leads to Red Rackham’s treasure, a pirate defeated by Captain Haddock’s ancestor.

Red Rackhams Treasure

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First published in English in 1959
After searching the high seas for Red Rackham’s treasure, Tintin and his friends return unsuccessful to Haddock’s ancestral home, Marlinspike Hall. This was bought for him by Professor Calculus from his proceeds from the sale of his latest invention, the shark submarine. At Marlinspike Hall they discover in the crypt the treasure they have been searching for.

Destination Moon

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First published in English in 1959
Tintin, Snowy and Captain Haddock are invited by Professor Calculus to Sprodj Atomic Research Centre. Here he reveals that he is secretly preparing for the first space flight, introducing them to the rocket he hopes they will board with him on this trip to the moon.

Explorers on the Moon

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First published in English in 1959
After a space flight complicated by the unexpected presence of the Thompsons on board the rocket, Tintin and his friends land on the moon. Once on the moon they explore the extraordinary landscape, their return flight is fraught with problems but they manage to land safely back on Earth.

Red Sea Sharks

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First published in English in 1960
In this story Tintin comes up against the odious slave trade. At the end of a long sea voyage and after a spectacular naval battle Tintin manages to break up this illicit trade organised by the sinister Rastapopoulos.

 

Prisoners of the Sun

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First published in English in 1962
Pursuing Professor Calculus’s kidnappers to Peru and after many difficulties they reach the sacred temple where Calculus is being held prisoner by the last Inca tribe. Tintin, Snowy, Captain Haddock and Calculus only manage to escape thanks to Tintin’s ingenuity.

 

The Black Island

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First published in English in 1966

Discovering fake bank notes dropped by a mystery plane, Tintin takes up the trail which leads him to a small Scottish island and into the den of the counterfeiters.

Flight 714

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First published in English in 1968
In this adventure there is plenty of action, hijacking, a truth serum, treachery, fights, explosions and even a flying saucer! 

Cigars of the Pharoah

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First published in English in 1971

Whilst taking a well-earned holiday in Egypt, Tintin and Snowy meet the rich film producer Rastapopoulos who is secretly involved in international narcotic trafficking.

Tintin & The Picaros

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First published in English in 1976
Bianca Castafiore is accused of plotting the downfall of General Tapioca. Tintin and his friends leave for San Theodoros in order to free Bianca from prison and to help General Alcazar regain his power.