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Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - Dan Wilson - Goodreads

For a book released in 1942, The Shooting Star prefigures much of the anxiety of the atomic age that was yet to come. Tintin is faced with doomsday predictions from religious and scientific lunatics ... Read full review

Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - Kris - Goodreads

So far easily the strangest of the Tintin albums I've read, in both plot and mood. This is a disjointed, meandering story involving the search for a meteorite containing an undiscovered new element ... Read full review

Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - Pnm - Goodreads

Funny. Read full review

Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - Chris Andersen - Goodreads

This was my first encounter with Tintin. I think what stood out for me was how well paced it was. Things moved along just right with a great balance of action set pieces and comic vignettes. The art ... Read full review

Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - Andrea - Goodreads

While this is not as good as the other stories about Tintin and his pal Snowy, it is still a fun read. This one has some strange things going on. I know most of these are strange stories, yet this one ... Read full review

Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - Utsav - Goodreads

Absolute fun :) Read full review

Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - Rosette Adel - Goodreads

Nice to see the drunkard Captain Haddock as part of their expedition again. Read full review

Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - David Sarkies - Goodreads

I'm not sure whether we could really call these group of albums the 'War Albums' because while they were written during World War II (and while Herge was living in occupied Belgium) there is ... Read full review

Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - Dennis - Goodreads

fun book to read Read full review

Review: The Shooting Star (Tintin #10)

User Review  - Travis - Goodreads

Herge adds a bit of sci-fi to Tintin's adventures with the arrival of a meteor that has dangerous consequences for our hero and planet earth. As always, a fun read. Read full review


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