The Adventures of Tintin Hindi Dubbed: An Animated Adventure Film Based on Hergé's Classic Comics
yes, alcohol is a terrible thing, but if you have to go to a country where you can't buy a nice bacardi and coke, it really is rather convenient to be able to get sozzled if you find yourself chased by a band of invisible apes from a distant land called lemuria! when you're dizzy, you don't need to worry if you have a mild hangover too!
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apart from the occasional canary in the coalmine (did you know that there's a doggie in there?!) and the zillion or so unceremoniously murdered denizens of marlinspike hall, tintin's world is mostly populated with other animals - those of the sea and bush - that one could imagine as friendly, responsive, adaptable and noble. can you imagine putting the entire labour force of a congolese gold mine to death simply to save a few species? sadly not. the brown bear tintin adopted from the kowalski family killed off most of the bison in his estimation, so it doesn't really matter.
tintin is one of the few truly anti-elitist characters around - what else do you expect from a kid who has a dog for a sidekick? - his flat, forthright attitudes are the stuff of classroom jokes and eye-rolling. he's not above kicking a crook in the groin, he's fine with thugs beating up his friends, he just has one thing to say: c'mon, let's roll. sadly, this just doesn't endear him to the reader.
while a comic-book, science-fiction comics may lack the literary and philosophical sophistication of novels, they do have an ability to motivate the reader to constantly be wondering what happens next. action and romance, so they say, are what really sell, and films like the third man and the usual suspects have shown that maybe they're right. each of tintin's adventures provides some kind of platform - a ship, a plane or train - that the reader can hop on to chase a mystery that will last them right through to the beginning of the next adventure. it's hard not to be riveted by the thought of it all. it does go on a bit, but that's the point. you need to keep on keeping on.