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7 Amazing Things You Have Never Heard About Tintin Cartoon

7 Amazing Things You Have Never Heard About Tintin Cartoon

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Tintin cartoon is one of the greatest cartoon we have ever loved. The idea this beautiful came from a Belgian cartoonist named Hergen. He created this in French in 1929. His 29 parts work was first published in Le Petit Vintieme magazine. The magazine published the cartoon series until 1940. Le Soir magazine contributed to the publication of Tintin episodes from 1940 to 1944. Herge later contributed this masterpiece to his readers as a magazine called Tintin from 1946 to 1977.

This great cartoon has been airing as a TV series since 1991. There is no one in the world who has not watched it. This creation is still being broadcast in different languages around the world. None of this, including Tintin, Snowy, Captain Haddock, Thomson and Thompson was created by Herge at random. Each of theses characters had a unique story. So storuwa bloggers today are going to inform you about 6 informations that you have never heard about Tintin cartoon creation which is considered to be the greatest cartoon creation in the world.

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01).Tintin has sold over 230 million copies worldwide.

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It is said that Tintin has now been translated into 70 languages. This cartoon is one of the most translated cartoons in the world. TINTIN IN THE LAND OF THE SOVIETS is the first part of this cartoon series. Herge introduces Tintin as a young Frenchman. It also started as a magazine cartoon series and became a television and radio cartoon series, as well as a  stage play and eventually it was made into a movie. The last part of Tintin’s heroic series is the story of Tintin and Alph-Art.

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02.When the last part of Tintin was released, its author was not alive.

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The last part of the Tintin series was the story of Tintin and Alph-Art. This episode was released in 1986. But Tintin author Herge died in March 1983. Some documents state that he suffered from leukemia. By then, the final part of theTintin series had already been sketched out. He wrote the series in pencil over 150 pages. But he had not decided the end of it.Herge’s colleague Bob de moor wrote the end of the story. But  Herge’s wife did not want to continue Tintin after this series.

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03).Each character in Tintin has a background story. 

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Herge is not the real name of the author of the Tintin series.His real name is Georges Prosper Remi. Herge is the name he used for his creations. Herge’ father, Alexis Remi had a twin brother. His name is Leon Remi. They both dressed the same way. Their difference was in the mustache. If you remember the Thomson Thompson from the Tintin series, you may remember the only difference they had was the mustache.

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 And also do you remember Professor Calculus? He was also a real standout. His real name is Augusty Picard. He was a famous scientist who invented a submarine that could travel under the sea. It is said that he dressed and behaved like the Professor Calculus in the cartoon story.

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04).Where did  Tintin’s face come from?

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As we talk about this now, Tintin’s image will definitely come to your mind. Indeed, this image is very special. Tintin’s raised hair and small nose are very unique to this character. But did you know how Herge came up with this image? Herge had a brother named Paul Remy. As you can see now there is a resemblance between the image below and Tintin’s face. Because of this many people mention that Herge used his brother’s image to create Tintin.

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05.Tintin went to the moon before Neil Armstrong.

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Have you ever noticed this event after reading or watching the Tintin series? Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin was the first Russian astronaut to fly in space in 1961. In response, the United States began landing on the moon the same  year.  Neil Armstrong, Edwin  Aldrin and Michael Collins  landed on the moon on July 20,1969. But Tintin came to the moon 15 years ago, in 1954. Even though this is literature, Herge socializes through it the hope that people can go to the moon. 

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06).Where Tintin’s address really is?

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According to Tintin’s heroic series, his address was no. 26,Labrador Street in Brussels. He lived in an apartment. But it has found that there is no such place in that place.But the Herge Museum is located at that address. Here are the originals of the Tintin cartoon series drawn by Herge. This museum can be introduced as a place where a large number of tourists visit today. 

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07).Tintin has gone to a lot of countries but Herge has not gone to any of those countries.

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You may remember that Tintin cartoon went to different countries and carried out investigations. But did you know that Herge never went to any of these places. He created this story based on the information Herge had read about each of those places. At that time there were no internet facilities like today. So, Herge had worked very hard to find these details. Many of the buildings and forts mentioned in his creations are actually located in that places.

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So at the end of it all, We hope you know a lot about the Tintin cartoon series you really liked from our article today. So we will  meet again in another wonderful article like this.

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