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Alors u'il est en croisière sur un pauebot toujours accompagné de son fidèle chien Milou Tintin fait la connaissance du lunatiue Philémon Cyclone Egyptologue celui ci propose à Tintin de l'aider à rechercher le. This is by far the well constructed adventure in the series There is a proper plot here The pace of the story is good and there is enough of Tintin s adventures to entertain In this installment Tintin helps to unravel an international drug trafficking organization The leader of the organization however escapes the authorities and his identity is not known It isn t difficult to guess who he is and we will be meeting him again in future Tintin adventures The best part of this installment is that we meet Thompson and Thomson the detective duo Dr Sophocles Sarcophagus and the villain Rastapopoulos I also enjoyed the uick paced adventure and the touch of humor Overall it was uite an enjoyable read And I would like to consider this installment as the proper beginning of the Tintin series

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N fois le tombeau ouvert Tintin perd la trace du professeur Cyclone avant d'être lui même victime d'un gaz soporiphiue Avant de tomber dans un profond sommeil il découvre une étrange boîte de cigare dans le tombe. Interesting i think i know who is the gangster but waiting for the plot to reveal the personvery interesting when compared to the earlier parts I enjoed reading and its a page turnertintin is one of the best comics i have ever rad or probably the best it has interesting twists and the adventures are wonderful and fundefuli wish i too have a dog like snowy Tintin is the sherlock holmes of the comic world his ways of solving may not be too typical lke holmes but is uite interesting toowaiting for the further episodes

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Tombeau du pharaon Khi OskhUne fois à terre Tintin est arrêté par deux détectives Dupond et Dupont ui découvrent sur lui un pauet rempli de cocaine Contre toute attente Tintin s'échappe et rejoint l'EgyptologueU. The first of Tintin s full length adventures4 February 2012 This is the story where Tintin comes on his own While it was still written in a serialised form when it first appeared back in 1934 this story has a proper story arc where Tintin stumbles on a sophisticated drug smuggling ring that stretches across the entire Eurasian continent It is here that Tintin s companions begin to be developed namely the Thompson twins and we also begin to see Tintin going on real adventures and chasing after a singular bad guy Where Tintin in America seemed to be a hodge podge of different stories thrown together here we begin to see a well constructed adventure Tintin is on a Mediterranean cruise much to Snowy s annoyance and here we begin to see the character of Snowy the loyal and faithful companion developed as well when he runs into the first of Herge s many absent minded professors Dr Sophocles Sarcophagus He is travelling to Egypt to uncover a lost tomb Tintin also meets one of the recurring villains of the piece the film mogul Rastapopolous Herge developed this character very well in this book because we do not at this stage realise that he is the bad guy and in fact when the master of the drug ring falls off a cliff at the end we are left wondering who it was and whether we will ever find out While this story can be read on its own it does carry over to the Blue Lotus however I never got to read the Blue Lotus until a long time afterwards As for this story it is by far my favourite of the Tintin adventures Some have suggested that Herge had not got the culture element right here but we will note that after the Blue Lotus Herge begins to create his own countries where the adventures are placed and maybe it is a move away from raising clearly raising his concerns to being much subtle in his criticism Yet we do have criticism within this story as we do with the next one as well It is not until Tintin reaches India that we are confronted with the destruction that a lot of these drug smuggler s are causing While as a kid we read this book and considered that drugs smuggling was bad because Tintin is out to get them it is when he meets the Raj of Gaipajama that the major concern is raised The Raj is out to stop the smugglers because of the suffering they cause his people and Herge is obviously trying to raise awareness of the practice which still occurs today namely that the smugglers force the peasants to grow opium poppies and purchase the poppies off of them at a significant discount However because the peasants are growing poppies they are unable to grow their own food and as such are forced to purchase food off of the smuggler s at a significant premium The comedy is ramped up a lot here as well Tintin in America was simply silly in a lot of cases but now we have the Thompson twins two Interpol Agents I believe though the English versions suggest that they are Scotland Yard who bumble their way through the investigation and but end up being the assistance that Tintin needs to crack the case The most amusing part was where they think they see Tintin sitting behind a dune and whack him on the head with a cane only to discover it is a sheik In the next panel Tintin arrives at a city that is being mobilised for war because one of their sheiks was attacked Then there are the three huge Indians let into Tintin s cell to teach him a lesson and then we hear the sounds of fighting and an ambulance rushing off to pick up the wounded only to discover that it was the three Indian dudes golden

  • Hardcover
  • 62
  • Les Cigares du Pharaon
  • Hergé
  • French
  • 22 August 2019
  • 9782203001039

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10 thoughts on “Les Cigares du Pharaon

  1. says:

    Les Cigares du pharaon Cigars of the pharaoh Tintin #4 Hergé Cigars of the Pharaoh is the fourth volume of The

  2. says:

    This is by far the well constructed adventure in the series There is a proper plot here The pace of the story is good and there is enough of Tintin's adventures to entertain In this installment Tintin helps to unravel an i

  3. says:

    My MOST fave of the lotThis one never gets old no matter the innumerable times I'v read it All the stars to my first ever and one of the most favorite book sleuths and his best sidekick ever

  4. says:

    The first of Tintin's full length adventures4 February 2012 This is the story where Tintin comes on his own While it was still written in a serialised form when it first appeared back in 1934 this story has a proper story arc where Tintin stumbles on a sophisticated drug smuggling ring that stretches across the entire Eurasian conti

  5. says:

    You know you want to It's Tintin The guy every kid wants to be The guy you grow up to be I even had the same dogThe guy in my corner shop was the absent minded professor and my dad's mate was Captain HaddockThe artwork is awesome and the stories are intriguing and full of mystery I confess I've read the whole series and l

  6. says:

    Written in 1936 The Blue Lotus is the seuel to the colourful Cigars of the Pharaoh In the Cigars of the Pharaoh Tintin has almost succeeded in smashing an international gang of drug traffickers managing to capture all of them except the leade

  7. says:

    Well This is course not the first time I read Tintin But when I was looking at the obscure school of experimental comic book artists called Oubapo recently Tintin appeared again on my radar screen and I decided to re read this early story published first in the early 30sAnd I ended up disappointed And surprised that I was disappointed Because I think Tintin is one of the best BD bandes dessinnees ever written Usually the plot is

  8. says:

    I just loved this new adventure I did not remember any since I read these books so LOOOONG ago that this was the adventure in which Dupont et Dupond appear for the first time as well as the well known Portuguese character Oliveira da Figueira the salesman who can make business even in the middle of the desert There is al

  9. says:

    Interesting i think i know who is the gangster but waiting for the plot to reveal the personvery interesting when compared to the earlier parts I enjoed reading and its a page turnertintin is one of the best comics i have ever rad or probably the best it has interesting twists and the adventures are wonderful and fundefuli wish i too have a dog like snowy Tintin is the sherlock holmes of the comic world his ways of solvi

  10. says:

    Thankfully this was a vast improvement upon the previous book Tintin In America The plotting was tighter and the character of Tintin starting to be developedThe funny bits were actually funny which helped and the introduction of Thompson and Thomson gave the story an added dimension missing from the previous bookSo a better offering and a ni

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