The Adventures of Tintin

A 1988 polychrome resin sculpture is displayed of the comic character Tintin and his dog snowy

A radio personality drew popular cartoon Tintin into Bangladesh scenes while quarantining — to the delight of fans

Global Cartoons

Several months ago, Bangladeshi radio personality R. J. Apu, who grew up reading the comics throughout the 1990s — and whose actual name is Zahidul Haque Apu — created cover art that shows Tintin in various cities across the country.

Major movies out on Christmas Day 2011

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The World

Spielberg Movie ‘The Adventures of Tintin’ Hits Theaters

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