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First Tintin book you ever read?

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AngelofLight
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#111 · Posted: 16 Jan 2012 00:22
Hmmm...

I think that it was Cigars of the Pharaoh, actually. Either that or the Unicorn/ Rackham duo. Right up to today those are still some of my favourites!

I rediscovered Tintin a few months ago (probably reminded by the upcoming movie) and since then have read every book at least twice.
NikkiRoux
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#112 · Posted: 16 Jan 2012 05:12
I think it was either Picaros, Red Rackham, or Calculus Affair, but a few other books seemed very familiar when I first remember reading them.
tintinsgf
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#113 · Posted: 19 Jan 2012 16:23
Flight 714. That is what I can remember though. I ever read another before that, but I just can't remember.
calculite
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#114 · Posted: 24 Jan 2012 03:16
Red Rackham's Treasure. I found it in my bookcase when I was about 5. I instantly fell in love with the book,, and read it numerous times. I had constantly looked at the back, where all the covers are, and wondered about those stories. I later found out my parents' friends had the whole collection, except for Congo and Alph-Art, and whenever we went there, I used to read Tintin.
snowybella
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#115 · Posted: 20 Apr 2017 03:44
Persephone101:
Dude, Broken Ear, all the way!

Same with me! It is still in my top three, with Shooting Star in first place and Soviets in third. I bought it with Seven Crystal Balls.

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