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The  Adventures of Tintin is a series of comic books by Hergé . Hergé began developing his ideas in 1929 and the series soon grew to become very popular throughout the world.

The comic books tell the story of a young Belgian reporter named Tintin , and all the dangerous, exciting and humorous adventures he has all over the world. He is nearly always accompanied by his pet fox-terrier, Snowy , as well as the grumpy sailor, Captain Haddock , the absent-minded inventor, Professor Calculus , and the two foolish detectives, Thompson and Thomson .

The series is set all over the world in both real countries as well as many fictitious ones. Tintin lives in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. The actual nations featured include Belgium, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Soviet Union, the Belgian Congo, Peru, India, Egypt, Indonesia, Nepal, Tibet, and China. Other actual locations featured are the Sahara Desert, the Atlantic Ocean and the Moon. The fictional lands include San Theodoros , São Rico , and Nuevo-Rico in South America, the kingdom or administrative region of Gaipajama in India, and Khemed on the Arabian Peninsula.

The band later moved to London where they signed to Chrysalis Records and released their first single in 1984. Following their debut album released a year later the group moved to Elektra Records and scored their biggest hit, " Broken Land ". The song was written by guitarist Pat Gribben and reached number 20 in the UK Singles Chart , [1] and was also the most played song on BBC Radio 1 in 1988. [ citation needed ]

The band were actively recording and touring from 1984 up until 1993, but despite the backing of Simon Fuller , the Adventures never achieved a significant commercial breakthrough. In recent years, the band have reformed to play low key live gigs and festivals in Belfast, although no further studio recordings have been made.

The band combined pop/rock with a folk music sound for their third studio album, Trading Secrets with the Moon . Released in early 1990 along with a couple of singles, the album failed to capitalise on their earlier success and only appeared briefly on the UK Albums Chart , stalling at No. 64. [5] This ended their contract with Elektra.

The  Adventures of Tintin is a series of comic books by Hergé . Hergé began developing his ideas in 1929 and the series soon grew to become very popular throughout the world.

The comic books tell the story of a young Belgian reporter named Tintin , and all the dangerous, exciting and humorous adventures he has all over the world. He is nearly always accompanied by his pet fox-terrier, Snowy , as well as the grumpy sailor, Captain Haddock , the absent-minded inventor, Professor Calculus , and the two foolish detectives, Thompson and Thomson .

The series is set all over the world in both real countries as well as many fictitious ones. Tintin lives in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. The actual nations featured include Belgium, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Soviet Union, the Belgian Congo, Peru, India, Egypt, Indonesia, Nepal, Tibet, and China. Other actual locations featured are the Sahara Desert, the Atlantic Ocean and the Moon. The fictional lands include San Theodoros , São Rico , and Nuevo-Rico in South America, the kingdom or administrative region of Gaipajama in India, and Khemed on the Arabian Peninsula.

The band later moved to London where they signed to Chrysalis Records and released their first single in 1984. Following their debut album released a year later the group moved to Elektra Records and scored their biggest hit, " Broken Land ". The song was written by guitarist Pat Gribben and reached number 20 in the UK Singles Chart , [1] and was also the most played song on BBC Radio 1 in 1988. [ citation needed ]

The band were actively recording and touring from 1984 up until 1993, but despite the backing of Simon Fuller , the Adventures never achieved a significant commercial breakthrough. In recent years, the band have reformed to play low key live gigs and festivals in Belfast, although no further studio recordings have been made.

The band combined pop/rock with a folk music sound for their third studio album, Trading Secrets with the Moon . Released in early 1990 along with a couple of singles, the album failed to capitalise on their earlier success and only appeared briefly on the UK Albums Chart , stalling at No. 64. [5] This ended their contract with Elektra.

Based on the series of books, The Adventures of Tintin, directed by Steven Spielberg stars Jamie Bell as Tintin, the intrepid young reporter whose relentless pursuit of a good story thrusts him into a world of high adventure. This animated spectacle also stars Daniel Craig as the nefarious Red Rackham.

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The  Adventures of Tintin is a series of comic books by Hergé . Hergé began developing his ideas in 1929 and the series soon grew to become very popular throughout the world.

The comic books tell the story of a young Belgian reporter named Tintin , and all the dangerous, exciting and humorous adventures he has all over the world. He is nearly always accompanied by his pet fox-terrier, Snowy , as well as the grumpy sailor, Captain Haddock , the absent-minded inventor, Professor Calculus , and the two foolish detectives, Thompson and Thomson .

The series is set all over the world in both real countries as well as many fictitious ones. Tintin lives in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. The actual nations featured include Belgium, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Soviet Union, the Belgian Congo, Peru, India, Egypt, Indonesia, Nepal, Tibet, and China. Other actual locations featured are the Sahara Desert, the Atlantic Ocean and the Moon. The fictional lands include San Theodoros , São Rico , and Nuevo-Rico in South America, the kingdom or administrative region of Gaipajama in India, and Khemed on the Arabian Peninsula.


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