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History Recap / TintinTintinAndAlphArt

8th May '16 10:24:40 AM moloch
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* {{Continuation}}: Has a few, but the best-known one is [[Fanfic/TintinAndAlphArtYvesRodier Yves Rodier's version]], which has the feel of a GrandFinale, ending with Rastapopulos's on-screen death and Martine getting PromotedToLoveInterest.



** Yves Rodier made a finished version, which ends with Rastapopulos's on-screen death and Martine getting PromotedToLoveInterest.
18th May '15 9:29:46 AM harryhenry
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Endaddine Akkas was based on the French art forger Fernand Legros and Ramo Nash on Elmyr de Hory.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: RealLifeWritesThePlot:
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Endaddine Akkas was based on the French art forger Fernand Legros and Legros.
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Ramo Nash was modelled on Elmyr de Hory.
29th Dec '14 12:32:46 PM harryhenry
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Endaddine Akkas was based on the French art forger Fernand Legros and Ramo Nash on Elmyr de Hory.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Endaddine Akkas was based on the French art forger Fernand Legros and Ramo Nash on Elmyr de Hory.Hory.
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29th Dec '14 12:32:24 PM harryhenry
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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: Subverted. The story is in black-and-white, because it is presented in unpublished form.

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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: Subverted. Averted. The story is in black-and-white, because it is it's presented in unpublished form.
29th Dec '14 12:31:24 PM harryhenry
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* LeftHanging: The story ends with Tintin captured by a mysterious enemy. He is scheduled to be killed ... and there is no resolution.

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* LeftHanging: LeftHanging:
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The story ends with Tintin captured by a mysterious enemy. He is He's scheduled to be killed ... and there is killed by getting poured on with liquid polyester... with no resolution.
4th Oct '14 7:50:59 AM Patachou
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* ArtShift: Unintentional, seeing that most of the story are loose drawings and sketches, intended to be redrawn later.
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: Subverted. The story is in black-and-white, because it is presented in unpublished form.



* NightmareSequence: Haddock has a nightmare involving Bianca Castafiore. At first it simply involves Bianca forcing him to drink 'his medicine". Said medicine is whisky, which Haddock can no longer drink without ill effects. He tries to resist and Bianca turns into a giant bird-like creature. She attacks him and the dream sequence ends.

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* NightmareSequence: Haddock has a nightmare involving Bianca Castafiore. At first it simply involves Bianca forcing him to drink 'his medicine". Said medicine is whisky, which Haddock can no longer drink without ill effects. He tries to resist and Bianca turns into a giant bird-like creature. She attacks him and the dream sequence ends.ends.
* PunnyName: Endaddine Akkas's name is a pun of the Marol dialect expression ''En dat in àà kas!'' (''And that in your chest!'', said when telling someone off). Marol is a dialect spoken by Flemish people in Brussels.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Endaddine Akkas was based on the French art forger Fernand Legros and Ramo Nash on Elmyr de Hory.
16th Aug '14 11:55:01 PM Patachou
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An art craze sweeps over Europe - everyone is suddenly obsessed with Alph-Art, or statues of letters. Even the Captain buys an '''H''', but Tintin remains skeptical of the movement. He looks into Alph-Art's origins, and finds his usual mess of crooks and swindlers (including [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn Sakharine]], [[Recap/TintinTheBlueLotus Mr. Gibbons]], [[Recap/TintinTheBrokenEar Mr. Trickler]], and [[Recap/TintinLandOfBlackGold Emir Ben Kalish Ezab]]) using Alph-Art as a cover for forgeries. However, he is eventually caught, and Herge's last panel shows Tintin being marched away, to be covered with plastacine and sold off as a statue.

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An art craze sweeps over Europe - everyone is suddenly obsessed with Alph-Art, or statues of letters. Even the Captain buys an '''H''', but Tintin remains skeptical of the movement. He looks into Alph-Art's origins, and finds his usual mess of crooks and swindlers (including [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn Sakharine]], [[Recap/TintinTheBlueLotus Mr. Gibbons]], [[Recap/TintinTheBrokenEar Mr. Trickler]], and [[Recap/TintinLandOfBlackGold Emir Ben Kalish Ezab]]) using Alph-Art as a cover for forgeries. However, he is eventually caught, and Herge's last panel shows Tintin being marched away, to be covered with plastacine plasticine and sold off as a statue.



* HijackedByGanon: Tintin notes a few times that Endaddine Akass' voice sounds familiar. Following some draft of the author, it was about to be revealed that Akass is none other that Rastapopoulos who performed MagicPlasticSurgery. However what happenned to him after ''Flight 714'' is a mystery.

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* HijackedByGanon: Tintin notes a few times that Endaddine Akass' voice sounds familiar. Following some draft of the author, it was about to be revealed that Akass is none other that Rastapopoulos who performed MagicPlasticSurgery. However what happenned happened to him after ''Flight 714'' is a mystery.



* NightmareSequence: Haddock has a nightmare involving Bianca Castafiore. At first it simply involves Bianca forcing him to drink 'his medicine". Said medicine is whisky, which Haddock can no longer drink without ill effects. He tries to resist and Bianca turns into a giant bird-like creature. She attacks him and the dreaming sequence ends.

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* NightmareSequence: Haddock has a nightmare involving Bianca Castafiore. At first it simply involves Bianca forcing him to drink 'his medicine". Said medicine is whisky, which Haddock can no longer drink without ill effects. He tries to resist and Bianca turns into a giant bird-like creature. She attacks him and the dreaming dream sequence ends.
8th Mar '14 1:55:59 PM alchixinren
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* HijackedByGanon: Tintin notes a few times that Endaddine Akass' voice sounds familiar. Following some draft of the author, it was about to be revealed that Akass is none other that Rastapopoulos who performed MagicPlasticSurgery. However what happenned to him after Fly 714 is a mystery.

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* HijackedByGanon: Tintin notes a few times that Endaddine Akass' voice sounds familiar. Following some draft of the author, it was about to be revealed that Akass is none other that Rastapopoulos who performed MagicPlasticSurgery. However what happenned to him after Fly 714 ''Flight 714'' is a mystery.


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** Yves Rodier made a finished version, which ends with Rastapopulos's on-screen death and Martine getting PromotedToLoveInterest.
27th Apr '13 7:21:39 PM MaltorDrey
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An art craze sweeps over Europe - everyone is suddenly obsessed with Alph-Art, or statues of letters. Even the Captain buys an '''H''', but Tintin remains skeptical of the movement. He looks into Alph-Art's origins, and finds his usual mess of crooks and swindlers (including [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn Sakharine]], [[Recap/TintinTheBlueLotus Mr. Gibbons]], [[Recap/TintinTheBrokenEar Mr. Trickler]], and [[Recap/TintinLandOfBlackGold Emir Ben Kalish Ezab]]) using Alph-Art as a cover for forgeries. However, he is eventually caught, and Herge's last panel shows Tintin being marched away, to be [[AndIMustScream covered with plastacine and sold off as a statue.]]

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An art craze sweeps over Europe - everyone is suddenly obsessed with Alph-Art, or statues of letters. Even the Captain buys an '''H''', but Tintin remains skeptical of the movement. He looks into Alph-Art's origins, and finds his usual mess of crooks and swindlers (including [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn Sakharine]], [[Recap/TintinTheBlueLotus Mr. Gibbons]], [[Recap/TintinTheBrokenEar Mr. Trickler]], and [[Recap/TintinLandOfBlackGold Emir Ben Kalish Ezab]]) using Alph-Art as a cover for forgeries. However, he is eventually caught, and Herge's last panel shows Tintin being marched away, to be [[AndIMustScream covered with plastacine and sold off as a statue.]]
27th Apr '13 7:20:46 PM MaltorDrey
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An art craze sweeps over Europe - everyone is suddenly obsessed with Alph-Art, or statues of letters. Even the Captain buys an '''H''', but Tintin remains skeptical of the movement. He looks into Alph-Art's origins, and finds his usual mess of crooks and swindlers (including [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn Sakharine]], [[Recap/TintinTheBlueLotus Mr. Gibbons]], [[Recap/TintinTheBrokenEar Mr. Trickler]], and [[Recap/TintinLandOfBlackGold Emir Ben Kalish Ezab]]) using Alph-Art as a cover for forgeries. However, he is eventually caught, and Herge's last panel shows Tintin being marched away, to be covered with plastacine and sold off as a statue.

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An art craze sweeps over Europe - everyone is suddenly obsessed with Alph-Art, or statues of letters. Even the Captain buys an '''H''', but Tintin remains skeptical of the movement. He looks into Alph-Art's origins, and finds his usual mess of crooks and swindlers (including [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn Sakharine]], [[Recap/TintinTheBlueLotus Mr. Gibbons]], [[Recap/TintinTheBrokenEar Mr. Trickler]], and [[Recap/TintinLandOfBlackGold Emir Ben Kalish Ezab]]) using Alph-Art as a cover for forgeries. However, he is eventually caught, and Herge's last panel shows Tintin being marched away, to be [[AndIMustScream covered with plastacine and sold off as a statue.]]
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