Tintin in the Land of the Soviets

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  • Title: Tintin in the Land of the Soviets
  • Author: Hergé
  • ISBN: 9780316003742
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback

ò Tintin in the Land of the Soviets ✓ Hergé, Tintin in the Land of the Soviets, Hergé, Tintin in the Land of the Soviets The classic graphic novel The first of Tintin s black and white adventures Sent on assignment to the Soviet Union Tintin boards a train but after an explosion Tintin is blamed for the bombing and he must make his way to the Soviet Union by stealth Once there he uncovers some shocking Bolshevik secrets ò Tintin in the Land of the Soviets ✓ Hergé - Tintin in the Land of the Soviets, Tintin in the Land of the Soviets The classic graphic novel The first of Tintin s black and white adventures Sent on assignment to the Soviet Union Tintin boards a train but after an explosion Tintin is blamed for the bombing and h
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Tintin in the Land of the Soviets

About Author

  1. Georges Prosper Remi 22 May 1907 3 March 1983 , better known by the pen name Herg , was a Belgian comics writer and artist.His best known and most substantial work is The Adventures of Tintin comic book series, which he wrote and illustrated from 1929 until his death in 1983, leaving the twenty fourth Tintin adventure Tintin and Alph Art unfinished His work remains a strong influence on comics, particularly in Europe He was inducted into the Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2003.Series on The Adventures of Tintin Quick Flupke The adventures of Jo, Zette and Jocko

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  1. Tintin au pays des Soviets Tintin in the Land of the Soviets Tintin, 1 , Herg Tintin in the Land of the Soviets French Tintin au pays des Soviets is the first volume of The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Herg The story tells of young Belgian reporter Tintin and his dog Snowy, who are sent to the Soviet Union to report on the policies of Joseph Stalin s Bolshevik government Tintin s intent to expose the regime s secrets prompts agents from the Soviet secret police, [...]

  2. Despite suffering from a lack of any cohesive plot, poor art compared to later entries and political naivet , Tintin in the land of the Soviets is still a worthwhile read for Tintin completists Even so, it s not a book I would ever recommend to first time Tintin readers It is worlds away from the genius of later entries I would suggest reading it along with a companion work like Tintin Herge and His Creation, which explains the troubled publication history and the influences prevalent in the aut [...]

  3. 3.5 starsOriginally written in French, I read the English version.I have seen the movie and heard a lot about the comics but never read one And I think if you haven t read Tintin, this book is a perfect way to start, it being an introduction to Tintin, his dog snowy and their adventure Being the first book in the series I was lucky enough to get the beautiful colored edition which added to the pleasure of reading this.One thing hit me squarely after finishing this is how it portrays communism as [...]

  4. It can be an odd experience to look at the early work of an author and artist who later proves to be innovative and masterful The work here is sou rough, the plotting so silly, and the characters unrecognizable to fans of the later series.But then, no artist emerges into the world fully formed, and even Moebius had his awkward stage In this fisrt story, Tintin himself is less the clever, charming figure of the later books Much like Mickey Mouse in Steamboat Willie, the character starts off as an [...]

  5. OMG I never knew Tintin was such a right wing fanatic No wonder this book was never published in India

  6. This Tin tin adventure is quite comic, albeit the exaggerated picture about the Soviets like a caricature of sorts In fact, I did not know this had been the first of the series, so I assumed it was Tin tin in Congo less funI loved reading this book and had a lot of fun with Tin tin and Milu s fights and adventuresMaria Carmo,Lisbon, 2 January 2015.

  7. I m 16 but still a child I love this seriesI love Tintinand his smart dog.I love every single thing about this series

  8. I m revisiting this classic series in Franco Belgian comics Among Belgians, Tintin is something of a national symbol, almost a source of pride In a country this small and inconsequential on the world stage, one has to savour his nation s small victories, in whichever field they may transpire Anyway, as a result, it hardly was possible to get away from the character in one s youth Luckily, I was and still am rather fond of the series Tintin in the Land of the Soviets , the first instalment, is ve [...]

  9. Re read this today and i gotta say i still like it , ofcourse having been first published during the 1930s the book has it s fair share of problem like the whole Soviet propaganda and being focussed on a goofy take on adventures of tintin rather than the later days mystery detective style To be fair the Comic hasn t aged well at all and yet , there s something about Tintin that i really like ,the adventure of Tintin is especially fun as no matter how many tough corners Tintin found himself in , [...]

  10. 3.5 stars I know these books are quite colonial, racist and derogatory But, these are the very first French comics I fell in love with as a teen, so it does have sentimental value Going back to Tintin, I ve realised quite disconcertingly that all I feel is annoyance for Tintin I m a forlorn mother, thinking, No Tintin, you cannot blow up shit in another country and avoid prosecution No, that s not how gravity works What are you doing ramming full speed into a train HAVE YOU NO BRAINS, THINK OF S [...]

  11. Unlike the other Tintin books, this was written in daily or possibly weekly installments and not as a graphic novel for lack of a better term And it reads that way it s incredibly episodic and repetitive how many times will Tintin dress up as the bad guys to fool them A lot , but it s cute and there are glimpses of the kind of humor for which the series would later come to be known Not a great book, but cute for what it is.

  12. Written in 1929 this Tintin adventure gives us a glimpse into the recent Bolshevik revolution in Russia As such it is a very important document that will be enjoyed by those who are interested in the history of modern Russia.

  13. This was so horrible that I m worried that my review will sound like the typical looking at the past through a modern lens type of thing, which I can t stand.I hope my reaction is not based in the clumsy political propaganda that the book exhibits, that is obviously one of the reasons for the book being written in the first place it was commissioned for the purpose of distorting the negativity of life in Soviet Russia Nor, I hope, is it based in the poor humor I get that language, humor and audi [...]

  14. De los tres que he le do, este es el que menos me ha gustado de hecho, lo he disfrutado m s bien poco S que Tint n no es solo una historia de aventuras, que tiene un transfondo, que se centra en otros temas En este caso, la pol tica impregna las p ginas de este tomo, y es por ello que lo he disfrutado menos Tambi n es verdad que las ilustraciones no tienen el encanto de los otros Rese a arte literario 2014 06

  15. This very early Tintin is all black and white line drawings The art is quite expressive and there is a lot of physical comedy This is sort of the Three Stooges Tintin, I think The story is even ridiculous than in later Tintin adventures and while Tintin shows signs of the sanctimonious little guy he becomes later, he s actually a bit of a jerk I think this is a must for any Tintin fan, if only for historical interest.

  16. Program BUBUReview komik Tintin di Tanah Sovyet Lho, kayaknya sudah pernah deh Iya benar, review komik ini sudah pernah kuposting saat Posbar BBI bulan November 2012 Dan di situ dengan pedenya aku menyebutkan bahwa koleksi lengkap Tintin versi Indiraku aman sentausa di gudang rumah Cirebon Padahal mah .Marilah kita bersama sama berdoa bagi para buku yang telah meninggalkan kitaMengheningkan cipta, mulaiNah, akibat tragedi bablas bukune yang menyayat hati itu, aku memulai Program Beli Ulang Baca [...]

  17. I am a huge Tintin fan I love the adventure, the humor, and of course, Snowy This one was not my favorite It had humor and I love the interplay between Tintin and Snowy, but I thought it ended abruptly The story wasn t as well done as some of the later ones This is the very first one in the series so that is probably why Still, I was glad to read this Tintin rocks

  18. Hupaisa sinkoilu kiinniottopyrkimyksest toiseen Tintti l nsimaisena reportterina on vihollinen, joka t ytyy eliminoida Vauhtia ja vaarallisia tilanteita Hauska Poliittinen tuoden paloja esille Neuvostoliiton ongelmista kuten k yh kansa k rsii kun vilja vied n ulkomaille propaganda mieless ja demokratia ei toimi kuten nest minen.

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