Characters by Name: J
Début: The Calculus Affair - name seen (on a poster) on page 54, frame 13/C2 - Opera singer.
Jacobini (E.P. Jacobini)
Début: Cigars of the Pharaoh - page 8 frame 1 - Mummified Egyptologist.
Trivia: Jacob, the creator of the Blake and Mortimer series, was Hergé's colleague.
Début: Tintin in the Congo - first seen on page 2 frame 7, name appeared on page 3 frame 3 - Parrot.
Début: The Seven Crystal Balls - page 45 frame 10 (name appeared on page 45, frame 14) - Inspector Jackon is a police detective of Westermouth Police Department.
Début: Tintin in America - page 29, last frame (the man on the left with the ropes) - Villain. One of Bobby Smiles' stooges.
Début: The Black Island - name mentioned on page 54, frame 7/B3 - Aerobatic champion.
Début: Land of Black Gold - page 7, frame 11 - Thomson and Thompson's colleague at headquarters.
Début: Tintin in America - page 31, last frame (the short man); name appeared on page 33, frame 3 - Railway track worker, Slim's partner.
Début: The Castafiore Emerald - first appears on page 31, frame 1 (fifth man from the left, in auburn top, holding the camera) and later identified on page 31, frame 8 - Television cameraman.
Début: The Broken Ear - page 16, frame 12 - Officer (Colonel) of the San Theodoros Army.
Début: The Red Sea Sharks - page 43, frame 7 - Probably a seaman on the Ramona.
Début: The Shooting Star - page 22 frame 3 (name appeared on page 27, frame 12) - Secretary to Mr. Bohlwinkel, the bank director.
Début: Tintin and the Picaros - formally introduced in page 55, frame 8 - Charity concert party from Europe.
Trivia: For their contribution to topple General Tapioca in Tintin and the Picaros, the Jolly Follies were admitted to the Order of San Fernando by Alcazar.
[see Boris (1)]
Début: The Broken Ear - page 35, frame 12 - Officer (Colonel) in General Alcazar's army.
Trivia: Juanitos in French.
Début: The Calculus Affair - page 35, frame 7 - The short-sighted driver of a black, French registered, Citröen.
Début: The Crab with the golden claws - appeared nameless on page 14, frame 7 and later identified on page 17, frame 1 - Villain. Sailor on the Karaboudjan.
Trivia: Jumbo was black in the original black and white edition and the first colour edition. In the second (colour) edition, Hergé changed Jumbo to a white man and suppressed a picture of Haddock drinking.