As a lover of Tintin, and having also enjoyed numerous books about Hergé himself, I thought I might like some of the other 'bandes dessinées' he created. What this slim volume brought home to me was how much the excellence of the Tintin series was due to them being the combined efforts of Studio Hergé. This is, like the earliest Tintin adventures, rather 'thin' and unsophisticated. Most of the Tintin catalogue can be enjoyed by adults as much as children. Not so here. I was definitely disappointed.
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