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Tintin: Negative sides of his character?

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#31 · Posted: 31 May 2018 07:55 · Edited by: Moderator
rue du labrador:
in "Explorers on the moon", he really screams at Captain Haddock, when he gets drunk and leaves the rocket.

I agree, that's a very interesting moment from Tintin. But it was true that the captain had jeopardized all of their lives with his drunkenness, so we can see why he would be angry.

He was really kind to those Gypsy people in Emerald, but why not this time?

Furthermore, Tintin didn't really spend any time with the people. He was pretty much either stuck in that hotel room or with the picaros in the jungle. So there wasn't an opportunity for him to do or say much. Hergé however left us some interesting hints, that things had not really changed just because Alcazar had gotten the power. He had only had that power for a couple of days though, so I don't see how he could have had the time to do that much.

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