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Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - Samuel Gompers - Goodreads

Not bad. Tongue and cheek French humor is always welcome. A bit dated at times, but still it's Tintin. Read full review

Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - Jack - Goodreads

Another solid, excellent story. Read full review

Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - Matthew Brady - Goodreads

I'd been curious about this volume ever since reading Flight 714, in which the bad guy said that Tintin thought that he had been eaten by the Red Sea sharks. This ended up being kind of underwhelming ... Read full review

Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - Dan Wilson - Goodreads

This is one of my least favorite Tintin stories. Its tone is very earnest and "political," but the politics are basically that chattel slavery is wrong. I don't think this was a controversial position ... Read full review

Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - Kathleen - Goodreads

Pretttty racist again, alas. This one gets ranked higher because the plot is actually pretty interesting, there's a moment with a cheetah that I really like, and the Americans say "ballyhooing" in total seriousness, which made me laugh hard enough that I bumped it up a star. Read full review

Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - Abbey G. Werff - Goodreads

This is one of the finest Tintin adventures. Not only is there a great plot, as always, but ten characters (both hero and villain) from other adventures show up: General Alcazar, Abdullah and his ... Read full review

Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - Jonathan - Goodreads

Tintin books like this make me question their suitability for young children, but in fact they present a good opportunity for parents to talk about prejudice with their children. The author's colonial ... Read full review

Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - Tracy - Goodreads

I recently reread this at La Petite Abeille down on Hudson Street in SoHo while waiting for my passport to be made on miraculously short notice at the US State Department offices down there. It was ... Read full review

Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - David Sarkies - Goodreads

Once again I simply underestimated Herge's ability to be able to exceed the benchmark that he has set with his previous comic, and while the Red Sea Sharks, in the way of comedy, is probably nowhere ... Read full review

Review: The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin #19)

User Review  - Inggita - Goodreads

this is where i learned about Estonia, where Piotr Skut the eyepatched accidental ally of the Captain is from), and 25 years later met someone from this country (it wasn't a country then).. in (where else) New York City... kewl! Read full review


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