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Art by Hergé. Tintin graphic novel: "Destination Moon" (1953). This was followed by "Explorers on the Moon" (1954).

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The Old Ones were, the Old Ones are, and the Old Ones shall be. Not in the spaces we know, but between them, They walk serene and primal, undimensioned and to us unseen. H.P. Lovecraft Quoting from the Necronomicon in "The Dunwich Horror"

Tintin en Amérique (initialement Les aventures de Tintin, reporter du « Petit Vingtième », en Amérique) est le troisième album de bande dessinée des aventures de Tintin

Carte postale - Tintin - Le trésor de Rackham le Rouge // Postal card The Treasures of Rackam the Red - what will Tintin and Milou encounter on board their curious submarine?

tintin, captain haddock and snowy in an artist's imaginary scene at Marlinspike Hall • Tintin, Herge j'aime

A graphic designer that goes by the name of Muzski has created an incredibly fun series of art that takes Hergé’s classic comic character Tintin and throws him into the terrifyingly awesome universe of H.P. Lovecraft

Tintin took a sip of his coffee. It was Monday. “Why the fuck am I hungover who drinks on a Sunday and who talks to their dog in public,” he said, taking a drag from his imported cigarette.“Raworrrrrr,” said Snowy, a dog, born without the ability to converse with Tintin.“Do you think I should call Dora back?” said Tintin, to his dog, who had never, not once, talked back to him. “I mean she’s an explorer, too, but fuck me is she clingy. What’s

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The Adventures of Tintin. Hergé mingles real and fictional lands into his stories. Real nations include Belgium, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Soviet Union, Congo, Peru, India, Egypt, Indonesia, Nepal, Tibet, and China. Other actual locales used were the Sahara Desert, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Moon.

Hergé 1958