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List of unofficial Tintin books

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jock123
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#11 · Posted: 15 Mar 2006 09:28 · Edited by: jock123
andrea
I think you have missed out a book that is Tintin and the Lake of Sharks though maybe you have excluded it because it was a (disney???) film production.

Hi Andrea, welcome to the forums!

Lake of Sharks is an official book adaptation of the film, sanctioned - but not actually drawn - by Hergé. Instead it was prepared by the artists in his studio. As such it remains a little controversial, but it isn’t an “unofficial” title, per se. The film was made by Belvision, a Brussels-based animation studio.
doubleT
Member
#12 · Posted: 14 Jun 2006 20:57
I know that I can't link to un-official sites or as where I can get un-official books, but is it okay to ask about what some of the books are about, kind of like the plot summary?

If this is okay, the books I want to know about are UFO 666 for Vanatu, The Exorcism of the Thompsons, and isn't there one titled Tintin in Quebec? I think I saw a page of it on eBay, where Tintin is swimming with dolphins.
BwanaBob
Member
#13 · Posted: 14 Sep 2006 22:03
Tintin in Lebanon is not exactly a pirate book. National Lampoon parodied anything and anyone; Tintin was no exception. They even made fun of the publisher and called it Methane.

It was actually quite funny.
tintinfj29
Member
#14 · Posted: 19 Dec 2006 01:46
does anyone know how many of the original list post are actually books? i know for a fact some are only covers, but for example, the sorcerer's lake, by rodier...does that actually exist? in english? how about others like tintin in lebanon (but in english)? thanks!!
mondrian
Member
#15 · Posted: 19 Dec 2006 15:38
I think that Seitsemän kristallipulloa (Hintin seikkailut) and Mustan dullan maa ,(Hintin seikkailut) should be added to the list.

I understand that these are made in Finland and in finnish in the nineties (1996 and 1992 respectively) by Herpé, and "published" as cheap photocopies.

Never read them, but the titles (The Seven Crystal Bottles and Land of Black Hash, adventures of a faggot) suggest it´s the usual cheap parody.

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