Hi, there. I was looking at the various copies of "Le Petit Vingtième" for sale on Ebay and came across this interesting item
It's from the twenty-fifth of June, 1931; the week after "Tintin au Congo" ended (or at least the week after the traditional ending). If you scroll down to where pictures of the item are and click on the double-page spread - also take note of the cover which has one Arab saying: "By the beard of the prophet!... That huge bird you see up there, it’s the famous young Tintin’s plane, who’s returning to the country of Belgium!" and then his colleague replies in Hergé's improvised "Arabic" - anyway, if you click on the double-page it looks like it has Tintin's plane landing and having a talk with the Arabs on the cover. Now, while certainly not in the usual comic strip format (excepting the two rather nice drawings at the bottom of each page) it looks like it continues the story, in a way.
The head of the double-pages reads "By Special Wireless Telegraph"; and I can just make out at the end of the dialogue the French for "End of transmission".
Now does anyone know anything about this? Or does anyone happen to have a copy of this issue? What exactly are the contents? ... I realize I probably won't get any answers to those questions, but...