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jock123
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#51 · Posted: 12 Sep 2016 23:38
Buttons4me:
it's not a common accurance in Tintin, that a girl asks him to dinner to meet her parents.

No, that isn't Hergé, that was fan fiction; in the version of the book by Hergé (which doesn't get anywhere near having an end) it isn't even clear that Martine Vandezande is a young girl - she could easily have been meant to be a middle aged or old woman.
As I said way back in the thread near the start, we can't rule anything out for the book, and Hergé may have had all sorts of plans for her. However, we also can't count anything in either, so the possibility of a romance just doesn't come from anything which has been published from the original material by Hergé.
KiaraChang
Member
#52 · Posted: 6 May 2018 08:29
Jelsemium:
I have a theory about Martine Vandezande that I haven't seen posted. I think she was going to turn out to be Tintin's long lost sister.

Wow wow wow, what a brilliant idea! How could I never think of this before!
I thought Herge might have thought about putting Tintin and Martine together because the sketch of those two looks too similar.(Both have round faces which are different from rest of the characters.)Because I strongly believe that best couples often looks like each other. However I don't think it's a good idea to find Tintin a girlfriend. At least not in this state. And your theory perfectly solved the problem! Bravo~~

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