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12th May '16 12:56:46 AM Furienna
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* NoAntagonist: ''Red Rackham's Treasure'', ''Tintin in Tibet'' and ''The Castafiore Emerald'', though both initially seem to have one.

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* NoAntagonist: NoAntagonist:
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''Red Rackham's Treasure'', ''Tintin in Tibet'' Treasure'' is more about Tintin and ''The his friends looking for a treasure than them fighting villains.
** "Tintin in Tibet" has no villains, and in the end, even the supposedly monstruous Yeti is revealed to only be lonely and misunderstood.
** "The
Castafiore Emerald'', though both initially seem Emerald" has people showing off prejudices against gypsies, and a couple of underhanded papparazzi take pictures and write stories without permission. But if you compare it to have one.the villains in other {{Tintin}} stories, it is really nothing. And as for the thief, who had stolen the emerald? (It was only [[spoiler: a magpie]]).
8th May '16 10:01:52 AM moloch
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* ''Tintin and the Lake of Sharks'' (1972), by Belvision with an original storyline.

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* ''Tintin and the Lake of Sharks'' (1972), by Belvision with an original storyline.storyline by Creator/{{Greg}}, with Hergé merely supervising.
25th Apr '16 9:04:42 AM Arxane
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** A bizarre instance occurs in ''Cigars of the Pharaoh'', when Tintin meets Sheikh Patrash Pasha. The Sheikh knew of Tintin by reading of his adventures, and he actually shows Tintin ''one of the real-world Tintin albums'', complete with cover art. In earlier versions of the comic, the Sheikh showed the cover art of ''Tintin in America'', then ''Tintin in the Congo''; modern versions of the comic now show ''Destination Moon'', which came out ''after'' the release of ''Cigars''.
20th Apr '16 12:11:46 AM erforce
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The third ''[[Film/TheLastCrusade Indiana Jones]]'' film's story was adapted from a ''Tintin'' script Creator/StevenSpielberg was writing.

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The third ''[[Film/TheLastCrusade ''[[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade Indiana Jones]]'' film's story was adapted from a ''Tintin'' script Creator/StevenSpielberg was writing.
28th Mar '16 8:55:06 PM Furienna
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* TheKlan: The secret society in ''Cigars Of The Pharaoh'' look suspisciously like the Ku Klux Klan: all dressed in large hoods.

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* TheKlan: TheKlan:
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The secret society in ''Cigars Of The Pharaoh'' look suspisciously like the Ku Klux Klan: all dressed in large hoods.hoods.
** Peggy Alcazar was also based on a Klan member, whom Hergé saw on television.


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* RedOniBlueOni: Tintin is calm and smart (blue) in contrast to the hot-tempered Captain Haddock (red).
10th Mar '16 9:19:41 AM marcoasalazarm
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* AllForNothing: ZigZaggedTrope on ''The Calculus Affair'': while rescuing the Professor prevented the bad guys from using him to develop weapons, the microfilm with the plans for the ''specific'' piece of technology [[MacGuffin that was central to the plot]] never even left Marlinspike (the spies barged in looking for it but couldn't find it before Tintin and Haddock fought them off, and Calculus forgot that he didn't put it in the secret pocket of his umbrella).
14th Feb '16 2:33:17 AM DrDougsh
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You can vote for your favourite episode [[BestEpisode/{{tintin}} here]].

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You can vote for your favourite episode [[BestEpisode/{{tintin}} [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/tintin here]].
14th Feb '16 2:32:31 AM DrDougsh
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You can vote for your favourite episode [[BestEpisode/{{tintin}} here]].



* IconicSequelCharacter: Captain Haddock doesn't appear until the ninth book.

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* IconicSequelCharacter: ''All'' of the series' recurring cast except for Tintin and Snowy themselves qualify -- the series started with a very MinimalistCast and only gradually picked up a cast of recurring characters:
** Thomson and Thompson first appear in [[Recap/TintinCigarsOfThePharaoh the fourth book]].
** Bianca Castafiore first appears in the [[Recap/TintinKingOttokarsSceptre eighth book]], though she doesn't really become a major recurring character until close to the end of the series.
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Captain Haddock first appears in [[Recap/TintinTheCrabWithTheGoldenClaws the ninth book]].
** Professor Calculus
doesn't appear until [[Recap/TintinRedRackhamsTreasure the ninth book.twelfth book]].
11th Feb '16 3:12:55 PM Ulkomaalainen
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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: At the end of ''Red Rackham's Treasure'', Capt. Haddock and Tintin buy Haddock's ancestral home, the luxurious Marlinspike Hall, with Prof. Calculus' help and find Sir Francis' treasure. From this point on Haddock and Calculus live there as wealthy gentleman, with Tintin visiting them so often that Marlinspike starts to operate as home base during adventures.

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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: At the end of ''Red Rackham's Treasure'', Capt. Haddock and Tintin buy Haddock's ancestral home, the luxurious Marlinspike Hall, with Prof. Calculus' help and find Sir Francis' treasure. From this point on Haddock and Calculus live there as wealthy gentleman, gentlemen, with Tintin visiting them so often that Marlinspike starts to operate as home base during adventures.
11th Feb '16 2:26:44 PM Ulkomaalainen
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** Rastapopulous is this of the Tintin villains, he is constantly humiliated and injured, especially in his final appearance in ''Flight 714 To Sidney''.

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** Rastapopulous is this of the Tintin villains, he is constantly humiliated and injured, especially in his final appearance in ''Flight 714 To Sidney''.714''.
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