Maybe it was The Blue Oranges one anyway you don't need to research against me.
I’m sorry, I don’t understand what you mean.
The original poster was referring to a specific
pirate edition, with the story of the film told in cartoon strip form, and as the note says, this particular book wasn’t drawn by Hergé, which is why nessteddybear’s link had to be removed.
You then suggested that there is/ was a book (I think you must be talking about the officially released edition, which the poster’s question wasn’t about), made up of photos with speech bubbles, and there isn’t, or rather not one that is official.
Neither is the Blue Oranges
album any different: it is also a story book with photographs (although in this one Tintin is not the narrator of the tale as he is in Golden Fleece
So it isn’t a case of “doing research against you”, whatever that means, so much as just trying to sort things out. I’ve got the English edition of Fleece
here beside me, and both of the film books in French, and they are as described.
have seen a photo-novel style book of either film, but if so, it was a pirate too.
It wasn't just the colour of the portrait gallery that was different. The portraits that were in the front of the regular comics were in the back for the movie books, and vice-versa.
Ah! Good catch! I’d not noticed that before, but indeed, my original Fleece
has the reversed end-papers, and my late eighties French copies of both film books have them back to the usual way round.