Author: Tintin Mistakes

Since you all liked the last post, here’…

Since you all liked the last post, here’s some more changed dialog between Methuen’s and Egmont’s versions of
Tintin in America.

Between the original English version to the la…

Between the original English version to the later Egmont version, there was some changed dialog it seems. Never noticed it until now.

So in Cigars of the Pharaoh, there’s a s…

So in Cigars of the Pharaoh, there’s a sequence where after Tintin crashes the film set, Snowy chases one of the actors, but in the next panel, he’s mistakenly next to Tintin, and 2 panels later, he comes back with a piece of the actors robe in his mouth. Whoops.

Did no one check Snowy’s dialogue in thi…

Did no one check Snowy’s dialogue in this panel before they published this?

Well that was fast…

Well that was fast…

1. I got my new B&W facsimile of Tintin in…

1. I got my new B&W facsimile of Tintin in America today, which is my fourth new Tintin boom this month alone, and 2. Sorry for not posting a mistake, but I like this line so much I had to post it!

Looks like my little Tintin army is shaping up…

Looks like my little Tintin army is shaping up. Also, sorry for not posting any mistakes recently, I’ll start doing that again starting with my next post.

Happy birthday, Hergé!

idirosyncratic:

Georges Prosper Remi

(22 May 1907 – 3 March 1983)

Happy birthday to the creator of something I truly love.

Just a random Quick and Flupke strip published…

Just a random Quick and Flupke strip published in Le Soir on Thursday, January 16, 1941.

Just a random Quick and Flupke strip published…

Just a random Quick and Flupke strip published in Le Soir on Thursday, January 16, 1941.