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The Crab with the Golden Claws (1941)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0316358339, Paperback)The Crab with the Golden Claws is best known for introducing Tintin's best friend and one of the series' most memorable characters: Captain "Blistering Barnacles" Haddock. As Tintin is investigating a mysterious can of crab and a drowned sailor, he meets Haddock, a "miserable wretch" who's being kept in ample alcohol so his insidious first mate, Allan, can run a drug operation. Crab had to be lengthened to fit the standard 62-page format; fortunately, Herge achieved this by, among other additions, creating four marvelous full-page spreads. --David Horiuchi
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Following a series of mysterious clues, Tintin and Snowy trail a dangerous gang of opium-smugglers through the scorching Sahara desert and the alleys of a Moroccan port.
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