This pile of Swedish Tintin covers is just a small part of a collection of Tintin covers from around the world on a dutch website: gill4kleuren.nl.
The best part of the site is the Language page with links to images of Tintin cover art in about 30 different languages such as this one of Tintin in Tibet in tibetan.
I have no further information on this other than the photo.
Found on: Lola – Bits & Pieces
Update: Regular reader Pe-Ads pointed out this resource about Tintin Board Games which contains more info on the game above plus several other games.
The Belgian Centre for Comic Strip Art is museum celebrating the huge success of Belgian comics such as Tintin and The Smurfs as well as less well known comics.
Recently Kostas from the German site Greek Geek visited the museum and sent us a video of what is inside the museum.
Watch the Video
I’ve been considering a trip to Brussels for a while and the museum is one of things I really want to see. So thank you Kostas, I’m now really keen to go.
Found this image on Flickr of die cast Tintin toys for Tintin in the Land of the Soviets.
Source: Tin tin au pays des soviets
As a young Georges Remi sleeps, he dreams of Tintin.
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A few photos of Cheverny, the real life inspiration behind Marlinspike.
More: Cheverny– Le Chateau de TinTin
If you want to work on the Tintin movie, now is your chance.
Weta Digital (Peter Jackson’s production company) is looking for LA-based artists with experience in Motion Builder for a limited period shoot. Immediate start. Applicants should be technically competent and comfortable working within a team that is processing a high-volume of data.
Market Saw has the full gen: Know Motion Builder? Weta Looking For TDs For Tintin
The top European comics festival has kicked off for the 36th time in the French city of Angouleme. Comics, including Tintin, are serious cultural in Europe so this isn’t the usual hoard of fanboys you might find at an American or British comics fair.
Fearless reporter Wim Lockefeer, best known for his excellent The Ephemerist blog has a special report on Angouleme on the Forbidden Planet blog. It has some Tintin related nuggets and is well worth a read.
Beautiful artwork from Mattias Adolfsson.
It took me a while to spot why it is called Tintin Air. Click through to the original: TinTin Air for a bigger image and a clue.
(Thanks to The Ephemerist)
Two minutes of Tintin fun as a couple of Tintin fans and their dog make a homage to The Crab with the Golden Claws
It is all in French, which I don’t speak, but I suspect there are some clever jokes in it. However it is still remarkably recognisable as The Crab with the Golden Claws. Well worth a watch.
Note: I found this on the Facebook group: The Adventures of Tintin. There is also a Tintin group and a Don’t Let Dreamworks Ruin Tintin group.