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5 Tintin Books You Must Read In Your Lifetime

On this day 83 years ago, animated boy detective Tintin first appeared in Le Petit Vingtieme magazine. Written by Belgian cartoonist Herge, Tintin went on to become the Peter Pan of detectives along with his fluffy dog Snowy. To celebrate the occasion here are five of the best Tintin comics you must read in your lifetime.

The Secret Of The Unicorn
The Secret of the Unicorn is the underlying theme of Steven Spielberg's masterful 3D motion-capture animated feature film The Adventures of Tintin in which Tintin stumbles upon a model of a ship in a market that turns out to be a great ship called the Unicorn that was carved by Captain Haddock's ancestors. Naturally, bad guys get involved and before long, Tintin and Snowy are smack in the middle of an adventure that ends up with pirate treasure at stake.

Prisoners Of The Sun
Continuing from an earlier graphic novel The Seven Crystal Balls where 'Professor Calculus has been kidnapped, Tintin and his friends continue their quest in Peru. Tintin rescues orange seller Zorrino who guides them to an ancient place called the Temple of the Sun where the team lands in trouble. From insights into the ancient Incas culture to hilarious interludes provided by Captain Haddock and the Thompsons, this is one of the best plotted Tintin stories.

Tintin In Tibet
This novel sees Tintin travel to Tibet with Captain Haddock in search of the former's friend whose plane crashed in the mountains. When they find the plane's wreckage, Tintin is warned about the yeti who lives in these mountains but he must ultimately solve the mystery of the yeti if he has to find his friend Chang. This book is low of action but has a lot of emotion to keep fans of the series going.

Red Rackham's Treasure
Red Rackham's Treasure is sort of a continuation of The Secret of the Unicorn and was once again a prominent feature of Spielberg's movie as well. It feels difficult to leave out a book that has genuine action, adventures in the sea and a pirate treasure at the end of it all. To find the treasure hidden in cryptic clues by Sir Francis Haddock, Tintin and Captain Haddock must trust a new character Calculus' invention of the underwater machine to get the treasure before the bad guys.

The Calculus Affair
The Calculus Affair is a book dedicated to Calculus that many consider to be the best in the series. In this series, Professor Calculus invents a sonic machine that could topple entire cities if it fell into the wrong hands. He gets kidnapped by some bad guys belonging to a fictional Soviet-state called Bordurians from where Tintin must save him. This book has, in particular, been praised for Herge's high quality of artwork.

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