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Tintin and Alph-Art by Herge (Hardcover)

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“Tintin and Alph-Art” is the twenty-fourth and final unfinished comic book in the series “The Adventures of Tintin,” created by the Belgian cartoonist Hergé (the pen name of Georges Remi). The album was left incomplete due to Hergé’s passing in 1983. It was posthumously published in 1986, and it remains the last installment of the beloved Tintin series.

“Alph-Art” was intended to be the concluding adventure for Tintin and his companions, but Hergé passed away before he could complete the story. As a result, the album exists in an unfinished state, with rough sketches, notes, and ideas providing insight into the direction the story was headed.

The plot of “Tintin and Alph-Art” revolves around Tintin investigating the art world and encountering a mysterious and enigmatic artist named Endaddine Akass. Tintin discovers a counterfeit art operation and becomes involved in a larger plot involving a secret society called the “Alph-Art.” The story delves into themes of modern art, commercialism, and intrigue, while also featuring familiar characters like Captain Haddock, Professor Calculus, and the Thompson Twins.

While “Tintin and Alph-Art” remains unfinished, fans of the series can still appreciate the insights into Hergé’s creative process and the potential direction the story might have taken. Various editions of the album include annotations, sketches, and commentary that shed light on Hergé’s intentions and the development of the story.

Although “Tintin and Alph-Art” lacks the polished and completed quality of the other Tintin adventures, it remains a poignant testament to Hergé’s legacy and the enduring popularity of the series. If you’re a fan of Tintin and curious about the final installment of his adventures, “Tintin and Alph-Art” offers a unique glimpse into the mind of the creator and the world of Tintin.


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