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"Asterix vsTintin": Can you read both?

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illustration inc
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#11 · Posted: 5 Mar 2016 07:31
camperdown9:
I should say that I have only recently started to read Tintin, but that's totally different.
I love Tintin and am actually trying to stop myself from reading the complete series one after the other. I am not in a hurry to get to the last book.

Oh, how many of us here will no doubt envy you. To have Tintin adventures left to read..!
Karaboudjan
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#12 · Posted: 19 May 2016 21:59
I enjoy both, but Tintin has the edge. I like Asterix's puns but the stories get repetitive after a while - they bash some Romans, they sink the pirates, they tie Cacofonix to a tree etc. There was a marked dip in quality when Goscinny died; we can only assume that as well as being the writer, he was the ideas man.
snowybella
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#13 · Posted: 19 May 2017 02:43
I read both Tintin and Asterix, but I don't have the entire set of Asterix books and I'm usually seen reading Tintin. So yes, I can read both but I read Tintin more often.
Cedric
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#14 · Posted: 18 Nov 2017 02:35 · Edited by: Moderator
Back then I didn't realize how much Asterix is like Tintin!
Now I am starting to realize they are basically the same thing! It's so cool!
I sure do love when the Thompson Twins appear in Asterix in Belgium, and when Asterix shouts why defeating Roman troopers "I am on Team tin tin!"
Dogmatix and Milou?

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