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sponsz
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#1 · Posted: 29 Apr 2006 09:41
Editor SIGEST from Alfortville in France,will published end of this year-September 2006-a Tintin Comic in Armenian.
Still now there was no Tintin in Armenian ever published.
First title will be the seven cristal ball's.
If this comic is succesfully, more titles will follow.
In a near future you will find more on there website http://editions.sigest.net
BDFAN
Member
#2 · Posted: 30 Apr 2006 08:43
It's about time!
Although I don't think there will be much interest there.
This post made me very happy though!!!!!
sponsz
Member
#3 · Posted: 25 May 2006 07:36
Here more information about the release of the Armenian Tintin :
Title : The seven Cristal Ball's.
ISBN : 2-9512-1878-8
Publisher : Editions Sigest (editions@sigest.net)
Price : 12 Euro
Date : September 2006
Subscription :http://editions.sigest.net/pageLibre0001001b.html

SIGEST sarl, 29 rue Etienne Dolet - 94140 Alfortville
Tél. : 01 43 96 05 99 Fax: 01 43 75 42 85
thmthm
Member
#4 · Posted: 25 May 2006 19:47 · Edited by: thmthm
oh my god!! I never thought the day would come!!!


BDFAN - I thought I was the only armenian here!
BDFAN
Member
#5 · Posted: 27 May 2006 07:59
So I guess Tintin in Armenian is TenTen!
This is soooo amazing! I can't wait to buy my copy!
The next step would be to publish these albums in both western and eastern Armenian dialects.
thmthm - I am the Armenian Tintin.Tintin has shaped me into who I am today just like it has changed so many others around the world. I have read your posts before and have been keeping up with the forum discussions. however, this was the topic that finally got me to post a reply.
thmthm
Member
#6 · Posted: 30 May 2006 08:55
Parev BDFAN!

I will have to tell my local Armenian bookstore to order these...

so where are you from and whats you name? Tell me a bit about yourself. Email me if you have time...

-Hovig
sponsz
Member
#7 · Posted: 31 Aug 2006 16:40
"The Seven Crystal Balls", is the first album of Tintin translated into Armenian.
Several months of work were necessary to Rousane and Jean Gureghian for the translation. In order to remain faithful to the spirit of Herge his text, Sarkis, the designer in charge for the visual adaptation, confronted difficulties on his own. The size of the original "balloons" being already defined they had to adjust the number of words and the size of letters in order to make them fit. Sometimes they even imagined new onomatopoeias.
You may find more at : www.tintinenarmenien.com
BDFAN
Member
#8 · Posted: 6 Oct 2006 06:53
Any news on how this project is coming along?
Anyone knows how we can obtain copies of this album in the USA?
sponsz
Member
#9 · Posted: 14 Oct 2006 10:15 · Edited by: Moderator
Posted: 6 Oct 2006 08:25:40
Hello BDFAN, I asked the Publisher in France, I hope to get soon an answer

Posted: 14 Oct 2006 02:15:22
You may order directly by the Publisher Sigest in France.
Price for one book incl.postage is 23.00 Euro.
They only accept payment via Bank.
You may find more at : www.tintinenarmenien.com

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Sarkis
Member
#10 · Posted: 3 Feb 2007 08:51
Shnorhavorum em srtants.

Ays gordze vaghuts piti arvadz liner.
Nakhadzernoghneri u targmanitchneri vartske katar.
Huysov em ayn unena medz hajoghutyun u menk shutov akanatese linenk noranor hratarakutyunneri.

Moderator Note: Hello Sarkis! We are sorry, but we must ask that you write in English to post to the forums (see rule 9); if you can't provide a translation, we may have to delete your post. Many thanks!
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