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The 24th and final Tintin adventure, {{unfinished|Episode}} due to an unfortunate case of DiedDuringProduction. A selection of Creator/{{Herge}}'s unfinished sketches, accompanied by a transcript, was published in 1986.

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The 24th and final Tintin adventure, left {{unfinished|Episode}} due to an unfortunate case of when Hergé DiedDuringProduction. A selection of Creator/{{Herge}}'s unfinished sketches, accompanied by a transcript, was published in 1986.


* LeftHanging: The story ends with Tintin captured by a mysterious enemy. He's scheduled to be killed by getting liquid polyester poured on him... with no resolution. The final panel Herge sketched before his death is Tintin being taken at gunpoint to be turned into a statue.

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* LeftHanging: The story ends with Tintin captured by a mysterious enemy. He's scheduled to be killed by getting liquid polyester poured on him... with no resolution. The final panel Herge Hergé sketched before his death is Tintin being taken at gunpoint to be turned into a statue.


The 24th and final Tintin adventure, {{unfinished|Episode}} due to an unfortunate case of DiedDuringProduction. A selection of Herge's unfinished sketches, accompanied by a transcript, was published in 1986.

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 liquid polyester and sold off as a statue.

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The 24th and final Tintin adventure, {{unfinished|Episode}} due to an unfortunate case of DiedDuringProduction. A selection of Herge's Creator/{{Herge}}'s unfinished sketches, accompanied by a transcript, was published in 1986.

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 Hergé's last panel shows Tintin being marched away, to be covered with liquid polyester and sold off as a statue.


The 24th and final Tintin adventure, unfinished due to an unfortunate case of DiedDuringProduction. A selection of Herge's unfinished sketches, accompanied by a transcript, was published in 1986.

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The 24th and final Tintin adventure, unfinished {{unfinished|Episode}} due to an unfortunate case of DiedDuringProduction. A selection of Herge's unfinished sketches, accompanied by a transcript, was published in 1986.


The 24th and final Tintin adventure, unfinished due to an unfortunate case of AuthorExistenceFailure. A selection of Herge's unfinished sketches, accompanied by a transcript, was published in 1986.

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The 24th and final Tintin adventure, unfinished due to an unfortunate case of AuthorExistenceFailure.DiedDuringProduction. A selection of Herge's unfinished sketches, accompanied by a transcript, was published in 1986.


See [[Fanfic/TintinAndAlphArtYvesRodier here]] for Yves Rodier's "finished" version.

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See [[Fanfic/TintinAndAlphArtYvesRodier [[ComicBook/TintinAndAlphArtYvesRodier here]] for Yves Rodier's "finished" version.



* {{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 Rastapopoulos's on-screen death and Martine getting PromotedToLoveInterest.

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* {{Continuation}}: Has a few, but the best-known one is [[Fanfic/TintinAndAlphArtYvesRodier [[ComicBook/TintinAndAlphArtYvesRodier Yves Rodier's version]], which has the feel of a GrandFinale, ending with Rastapopoulos's on-screen death and Martine getting PromotedToLoveInterest.


* DrinkOrder: Captain Haddock usually goes for Loch Lomond whiskey. In this story, Haddock can no longer drink due to the lingering effects of a pill used on him by Calculus. The withdrawal is causing him various problems and a change in lifestyle.

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* DrinkOrder: DrinkBasedCharacterization: Captain Haddock usually goes for Loch Lomond whiskey. In this story, Haddock can no longer drink due to the lingering effects of a pill used on him by Calculus. The withdrawal is causing him various problems and a change in lifestyle.


* ArabOilSheikh: Emir Ben Kalish Ezab uses his oil profits to negotiate the purchase of Windsor Castle and Centre Georges Pompidou, respectively landmarks of the United Kingdom and France.

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* ArabOilSheikh: Emir Ben Kalish Ezab uses tries to use his oil profits to negotiate the purchase of Windsor Castle and Centre Georges Pompidou, respectively landmarks of the United Kingdom and France.France. He is extremely confused when they refuse to sell, for obvious reasons.


* 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 happened to him after ''Flight 714'' is a mystery.
* LeftHanging:
** The story ends with Tintin captured by a mysterious enemy. He's scheduled to be killed by getting liquid polyester poured on him... with no resolution.

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* HijackedByGanon: Tintin notes a few times that Endaddine Akass' voice sounds familiar. Following According to some of Herge's draft of the author, notes, it was about to be revealed that Akass is none other that Rastapopoulos who performed MagicPlasticSurgery.MagicPlasticSurgery (although it is not certain that this would have been the case had Herge been able to complete the story). However what happened to him after ''Flight 714'' is a mystery.
* LeftHanging:
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LeftHanging: The story ends with Tintin captured by a mysterious enemy. He's scheduled to be killed by getting liquid polyester poured on him... with no resolution. The final panel Herge sketched before his death is Tintin being taken at gunpoint to be turned into a statue.


The 24th and final Tintin adventure, unfinished due to an unfortunate case of AuthorExistenceFailure.

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 plasticine and sold off as a statue.

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The 24th and final Tintin adventure, unfinished due to an unfortunate case of AuthorExistenceFailure.

AuthorExistenceFailure. A selection of Herge's unfinished sketches, accompanied by a transcript, was published in 1986.

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 plasticine liquid polyester and sold off as a statue.


* {{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.

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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 Rastapopoulos's on-screen death and Martine getting PromotedToLoveInterest.

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See [[Fanfic/TintinAndAlphArtYvesRodier here]] for Yves Rodier's "finished" version.

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** The story ends with Tintin captured by a mysterious enemy. He's scheduled to be killed by getting poured on with liquid polyester... with no resolution.

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** The story ends with Tintin captured by a mysterious enemy. He's scheduled to be killed by getting liquid polyester poured on with liquid polyester...him... with no resolution.


* {{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.

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