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The classic series by Belgian artist Hergé is the most popular European comic of all time. Following the adventures of the title character, Tintin centers around a boy reporter who gets mixed up in fantastic adventures. A rarity for its ability to engage children and adults equally, this grand body of work - 24 long-form books over a period of about 50 years - always maintains its central qualities: compelling characters, impeccable pacing, hilarious sight gags, and more twists and turns per tale than you can keep up with. Hergé's imagination took us from forgotten lands, to grand palaces and even to the moon! Just plain fun.









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