Series: Tintin. Black & White

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Works (14)

Tintin in the Land of the Soviets by Hergé1
Tintin in the Congo (Facsimile Edition) by Hergé2
Tintin in America (Facsimile Edition) by Hergé3
Cigars of the Pharaoh (Facsimile Edition) by Hergé4
The Blue Lotus (Facsimile Edition) by Hergé5
The Broken Ear (Facsimile Edition) by Hergé6
The Black Island (Facsimile Edition) by Hergé7
King Ottokar's Sceptre (Facsimile Edition) by Hergé8
The Crab With the Golden Claws by Hergé9
The Adventures of Tintin : Tintin: 8 mini albums noir et blanc ( couvertures originales ) by HergéMini albums
The Adventures of Tintin 01-03 (Tintin in the Land of the Soviets/Tintin in the Congo/Tintin in America) by HergéOmnibus 1-3
The Adventures of Tintin 04-06 (Cigars of the Pharoah/The Blue Lotus/The Broken Ear) by HergéOmnibus 4-6
The Adventures of Tintin 07-09 (The Black Island/King Ottokar's Sceptre/The Crab with the Golden Claws) by HergéOmnibus 7-9
Tintin : Noir sur blanc by Marcel WilmetCompanion

Related tags


  1. Tintin: The Complete Companion by Michael Farr (2001)
  2. The Stratoship H.22 (Destination New York) by Hergé (1972)
  3. Tintin and the World of Herge: An Illustrated History by Benoit Peeters (1983)
  4. The Adventures of Hergé by José-Louis Bocquet (1999)
  5. Asterix the Gladiator by René Goscinny (1964)
  6. Blake et Mortimer, tome 6 : La marque jaune by Edgar P. Jacobs (1979)
  7. The Art of Herge, Inventor of Tintin: Volume 1: 1907-1937 by Philippe Goddin (2008)
  8. Tintin and the Secret of Literature by Tom McCarthy (2006)
  9. Tintin (Pocket Essentials) by Jean-Marc Lofficier (2002)
  10. Notes from a Defeatist by Joe Sacco (2000)
  11. Hergé écrivain by Jan Baetens (1989)
  12. Lucky Luke, tome 11 : Lucky Luke contre Joss Jamon by Morris (1966)
  13. Le bébé Schtroumpf, tome 12 by Peyo (1984)
  14. Usagi Yojimbo, Book 10: The Brink of Life and Death by Stan Sakai (1998)
  15. Corto Maltese: Fable of Venice by Hugo Pratt (1981)

Series description


Les huit premières aventures de Tintin - outre les Soviets - ont d'abord vu le jour en noir et blanc.

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