The Adventures of Tintin: Reporter for "le Petit Vingtième" : in the Land of the Soviets
In his debut adventure, Tintin is pursued by Bolshevik agents trying to prevent him from exposing the new Soviet regime. Punctuated by slapstick and political revelations, this story is based on the writings of an anticommunist Belgian ex-consul to the Ukraine. Herge's early style revealed strong graphics, influenced by photo-reporting from the period, marking the historic debut of a major artist.
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Review: Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (Tintin #1)User Review - Isabel - Goodreads
I really really enjoyed this book! Even though it is black and white illustrations/writing it is still amazing, so don't judge the book by that! I recommend this book/series to anyone who enjoys ... Read full review
Review: Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (Tintin #1)User Review - Neville Ridley-smith - Goodreads
This is mostly just about historical interest - which is quite fascinating all by itself! We see the beginnings of Tintin and some of the early germs of ideas that were used later. Even within this ... Read full review