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The Red Sea Sharks by Hergé1
Flight 714 (The Adventures of Tintin) by Hergé2
Les 7 boules de cristal by Hergé3
Prisoners of the Sun by Hergé4
Tintin in Tibet by Hergé5
The Black Island by Hergé6
The Crab with the Golden Claws by Hergé7
The Calculus Affair by Hergé8
Cigars of the Pharaoh by Hergé9
The Blue Lotus by Hergé10
Land of Black Gold by Hergé11
The Broken Ear by Hergé12
The Castafiore Emerald by Hergé13
Destination Moon by Hergé14
Explorers on the Moon by Hergé15
The Secret of the Unicorn by Hergé16
Red Rackham's Treasure by Hergé17
Tintin and the Picaros by Hergé18
King Ottokar's Sceptre by Hergé19
The Shooting Star by Hergé20
Tintin in the Congo by Hergé21
Tintin in America by Hergé22
Tintin and the Lake of Sharks by Hergé23
Tintin in the Land of the Soviets by Hergé24

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Recommendations

  1. The Secret Ray (The ‘Manitoba’ No Reply) by Hergé (1966)
  2. The Stratoship H.22 (Destination New York) by Hergé (1972)
  3. Tintin: The Complete Companion by Michael Farr (2001)
  4. Asterix and Cleopatra by René Goscinny (1965)
  5. Tintin and the World of Herge: An Illustrated History by Benoit Peeters (1983)
  6. Billy The Kid by René Goscinny (1972)
  7. Blake et Mortimer, tome 6 : La marque jaune by Edgar P. Jacobs (1979)
  8. Die reuze flater by André Franquin (1972)
  9. Gaston Lagaffe: Lagaffe mérite des baffes by André Franquin (1979)
  10. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 45 : Luna fatale by Tome (1995)
  11. Le bébé Schtroumpf, tome 12 by Peyo (1984)
  12. Yoko Tsuno, tome 2 : L'orgue du diable by Roger Leloup (1979)
  13. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 39 : A New York by Tome (1987)
  14. XIII, Volume 1: The Day of the Black Sun by William Vance (1984)

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