This month’s Guest Star Aditi Sen is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Queen’s University, Canada. When she isn’t working or watching horror films, she likes to collect Bollywood cakes. ~~~ In 1830, Colonel William Sleeman reported that a fakir and his young son were […]
Le Crabe aux Pinces d’Or is a 1947 Tintin film directed by Claude Misson. It is in French. (via @beatonna)
In adapting Tintin, Noah Berlatsky writes, “Spielberg provides spectacular ship-to-ship battles, requisite car chases, and improbable fights between construction cranes. But he left out the thing that made the Indiana Jones films most like the Hergé books. That is, racism.”
Blastr has a new trailer up for The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn and in it, Tintin, Capt. Haddock and Milou take a trip into the Uncanny Valley.
We posted some of these before, but here’s an expanded gallery of Lovecraftian Tin-Tin book covers by Murray Groat. (via Forbidden Planet International).
Tintin in R’lyeh. Really. And Innsmouth. And The Strange Case of Charles Dexter Ward.