Tim und Struppi, Carlsen Comics, Neuausgabe, Bd.23, Tim und der Haifischsee (CARLSEN COPRO)

by Hergé

Paperback, 1999

Status

Checked out
Due 19 Nov 2022

Call number

848

Publication

Carlsen (1999), Edition: CASTERMAN, 64 pages

Description

Tintin and his friends are holidaying in Syldavia with Professor Calculus, who has invented an amazing new duplicating machine. But a series of strange occurrences makes Tintin suspicious. Who is the mysterious King Shark, and what does he want with Calculus' machine?

User reviews

LibraryThing member andersocheva
Professor Calculus has developed a 3D photocopier, but fears that unidentified crooks, related to a series of art forgeries, are planning to steal it. To prevent this, he has hired the detectives Thomson and Thompson as bodyguards, and also invited his friends Tintin and Captain Haddock to his
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rented villa in Syldavia, on the shores of the artificial Lake Flechizaff. Soon enough, mysterious things start to happen...

It is hardly surprising that this album, with competent but uninspired art by Bob de Moor, was one of the reasons why Hergé decided not to let anyone continue Tintin after his death. The story in all its silliness just about works as a film; as a comic strip, it's flat, much too clearly adapted from another medium, and slightly wooden.
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LibraryThing member -Eva-
Professor Calculus has invented a machine that can duplicate anything and Rastapopoulous tries to lure Calculus and Tintin away by kidnapping two children. I saw this movie many times as a child and read the book just as many times (the book is an adaptation of the film) and it's one of my favorite
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books, but I can't tell whether it's because it's high quality or if it's because I'm nostalgic about it. Highly enjoyable regardless.
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LibraryThing member -Eva-
Professor Calculus has invented a machine that can duplicate anything and Rastapopoulous tries to lure Calculus and Tintin away by kidnapping two children. I saw this movie many times as a child and read the book just as many times (the book is an adaptation of the film) and it's one of my favorite
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books, but I can't tell whether it's because it's high quality or if it's because I'm nostalgic about it. Highly enjoyable regardless.
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