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#31 · Posted: 31 Aug 2010 00:34
i may be a huge fan of Tintin but i don't mind the occasional clever parody of Herge's boy reporter but Tintin in Thailand wasn't even clever, i read the first few pages of it and was just like "this is just hideous", its badly drawn AND badly written; both MASSIVE insults not only to Moulinsart, but to Herge's very memory
#32 · Posted: 8 Mar 2014 06:45
I read only as much as the second page and was plain bored. Wonder how that person could do something like that. I read what the other Tintinologists wrote, and I agree with you all 101%. It is NOT a Tintin book, and I hope nobody reads it. And another point, how can a person who has gone through the snow in Tibet and the icebergs in the Shooting Star catch a cold sitting in Marlinspike? It's got nothing in it, I must say. Worse than the worst book I've read.
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