Tim Und Struppi: Die Krabbe Mit Den Goldenen Scheren - Tintin German edition (CARLSEN COPRO)

by Hergé

Other authorsCarlsen (Editor)
Paperback, 1998

Status

Available

Call number

741.59493

Publication

French and European Publications Inc (1998), 64 pages

Description

The classic graphic novel. A can of crab meat turns out to be a small clue to a big mystery! Tintin meets Captain Haddock in his escape and his plan to track down the crooks takes him to an exotic desert city.

User reviews

LibraryThing member Michael.Rimmer
Hurray for Haddock!!

The Captain finally makes his drunken appearance in a liver-bursting whirlwind of whisky-quaffing, profanity, loutishness, maudlin self-pity and violent assault! The perfect foil for Tintin's often beige-bland earnestness.

While certainly played for laughs, Captain Haddock's
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alcoholism is also clearly shown as being a bad thing - he frequently endangers Tintin's life and several times almost scuppers the investigation - and so we can take a moral lesson from that.

Other reviewers have said what happens, so I won't bother. Suffice to say it's really rather good. To be precise, very good.
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LibraryThing member Frenzie
The introduction of Captain Haddock, which has some quite amusing consequences.
LibraryThing member leslie.98
This was my first excursion into the world of Tintin and Snowy but it won't be my last! Hergé's artwork was excellent and the colors vivid; the Open Library's digital edition was essentially created by combining digital photographs of the 1974 Little, Brown edition (translated by Leslie
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Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner). The story was the perfect blend of adventure and humor for both children and adults.
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LibraryThing member leslie.98
This was my first excursion into the world of Tintin and Snowy but it won't be my last! Hergé's artwork was excellent and the colors vivid; the Open Library's digital edition was essentially created by combining digital photographs of the 1974 Little, Brown edition (translated by Leslie
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Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner). The story was the perfect blend of adventure and humor for both children and adults.
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