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Do Hergé's characters live on in unauthorized books?

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#21 · Posted: 15 Jul 2005 14:50
Tintin is also hard to draw in the true style. I don't know of any parody or imitation (Tintin was used by a Latin American or Spanish--possibly Argentine--branch of Greenpeace in a story regarding Antartica, which I don't have access to, and this is an example of using a character for other purposes; "Tintin in Thailand" is pure parody, albeit a sick one) where Tintin exactly resembles the way Herge drew him. Facial colorings are wrong, or Tintin is too fat or has too many angles (like in "Breaking Free"). As it was previously mentioned, it doesn't work...

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