Franchise Tintin Discussion

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Rackam
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08:07:17 AM Jul 14th 2016
The Coke referred to in Red Sea Sharks (before being discovered as a code name for slaves) referres to the fuel source. Not drugs. Hence it being a cover for slaves. Black and black.
lu127
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09:35:21 AM Oct 21st 2012
  • Badass Spaniard: General Alcazar
    • Debatable, as he's never actually seen doing anything badass. In fact, in the only occasion he gets some time under the spotlight, he's portrayed in a very different light.

Badass Spaniard has been renamed to Dashing Hispanic. The trope requires some necessary characteristics, like being a rogue Anti-Hero of wit and charm, kind of like Zorro. There is not enough context to tell if it fits here.
KorKhan
03:19:14 PM Oct 21st 2012
No, not really. He's a military man who constantly alternates between being dictator of a Banana Republic, a deposed exile and the leader of a rebel group. He never really fits the bill for Dashing Hispanic.
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