The Crab with the Golden Claws #2020

The Crab with the Golden Claws Hergé The Crab with the Golden Claws The classic graphic novel A can of crab meat turns out to be a small clue to a big mystery Tintin meets Captain Haddock in his escape and his plan to track down the crooks takes him to an exotic deser

  • Title: The Crab with the Golden Claws
  • Author: Hergé
  • ISBN: 9781405206204
  • Page: 270
  • Format: None
  • The Crab with the Golden Claws Hergé The classic graphic novel A can of crab meat turns out to be a small clue to a big mystery Tintin meets Captain Haddock in his escape and his plan to track down the crooks takes him to an exotic desert city.
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    1. Many years ago, every day at the same time, televisions up and down the country would boom out Herg s Adventures of TIN TIN English children everywhere would drop whatever they were doing, and for the next five minutes would be glued to the family television set Because five minutes was all there would be each day, of this action packed continuing animated film.The first story to be adapted was The Crab with the Golden Claws in 1956, although a favourite of mine, much repeated all through the 19 [...]

    2. My first Comic book that I ve read Of course I didn t understand a word of it, I was 4 5 years old and could not read yet.Oh, don t ask logic to my little self If I read it as and adult, I think Tintin is one lucky bastard lives in a nice universe where the criminals are mostly polite except when they lost temper , and ordinary people are kind hearted Except Captain Haddock, he is a prodigy in Tintin universe And this comic is the first appearance of Haddock.

    3. This is really becoming a Tintin countdown to Christmas for me Usually I ve been reading these outside in a banana lounge at twilight That s the perks of the Southern Hemisphere all of you jerks up there The Crab With the Golden Claws is, I think, one of the most famous Tintin adventures It introduces Captain Haddock, the salty sailor with unique swearing abilities that is rather fond of alcohol This time Tintin stables, as he always does, never to find a lead in the conventional manner, upon a [...]

    4. A series of clues, including a mysterious tin of crab, and the possessions of a drowned sailor leads Tintin to a Ship called Karaboudjan.He has stumbled on gang led by the villainous First Mate of the ship, Allan, and soon makes first acquaintance with Captain Haddock, presented here a pathetic and wretched drunk, very different from the robust and redoubtable Captain Haddock we come to know in the subsequent volumes.Escaping from the clutches of Allan and his gang, Tintin and the Captain take a [...]

    5. Another great Tintin adventure Very timely as far as the different ways drugs are transported around the world.

    6. Viinasieppo kapteeni Haddockin ensiesiintyminen Pohjois Afrikkaan sijoittuvassa rikosseikkailussa Mukana my s slapstic henkiset Dupond ja Dupont Hauskaa h slinki ja sujuvaa toimintaseikkailua.

    7. Another of my favs probably because it s here that we first meet Haddock AND get treated to some of his fantastic strings of curses People familiar with the recent CGI film will see a lot of plot elements and scenes taken from the Crab, like the way Tintin meets Haddock and the use of the Karaboudjan, the sea plane escape and shootout, the crash and hallucinations in the desert etcThere s also a fantastic little sequence where Haddock is screaming for revenge and the snap zooms and rage on his f [...]

    8. So, finally in this adventure, Tin tin meets for the first time Le Capitaine Haddock And what a state he is in, during this first adventure together As Captain of a cargo ship, he has been tricked by his immediate to drink too much and stay away from managing what is going on in his ship while the Lieutenant is trafficking Opium Of course Tin tin and Milu come to the rescueFunny and adventurous, as all of Herg s books.Maria Carmo,Lisbon 9 January 2015.

    9. This is one of the books on which the latest Tintin film is based Again, Tintin is up against the problem of drug trafficking This book is also memorable for it is where Captain Haddock makes his first appearance, as the ship captain with an alcohol addiction who is saved and eventually helped reformed by Tintin.

    10. Captain Haddock makes his first appearance6 February 2012 Okay, not only is this one of my favourite albums, it is also the album in which we have one of the major characters, Captain Haddock, first appears At this stage we now have the two police officers the Thompson twins , the opera singer Bianca Castafiore , some reoccurring villains Rastapopolous and Mr Alan Mate , and now Tintin s travelling companion, the drunk ship captain Captain Haddock It is funny that some have noted that none of th [...]

    11. The Tintin stories for anyone who has read them and understands their history can t be viewed as anything other than groundbreaking The beginnings of these stories have been around as long as the Lord of the Rings, the illustration and environments in the Tintin books are accurate and extremely detailed Anyone who has spent even a little time exploring Herge Georges Remi can see the painstaking research and adversity he worked through to compose the world around Tintin His ideas were ahead of hi [...]

    12. Hurray for Haddock The Captain finally makes his drunken appearance in a liver bursting whirlwind of whisky quaffing, profanity, loutishness, maudlin self pity and violent assault The perfect foil for Tintin s often beige bland earnestness.While certainly played for laughs, Captain Haddock s alcoholism is also clearly shown as being a bad thing he frequently endangers Tintin s life and several times almost scuppers the investigation and so we can take a moral lesson from that.Other reviewers hav [...]

    13. Admito que as 4 estrelas s o, principalmente, pela interven o do Capit o e dos seus ataques quando estava sob o efeito de lcool, mas foi sobretudo a sua rea o a beber um copo de gua que teve mais piada.A hist ria interessante segue a linha habitual das aventuras de Tintin, valendo sempre a pena dar mais uma vista de olhos por uma das suas aventuras.

    14. Ich habe nur diesen Tim und Struppi Fall gelesen, weil mir noch ein Adventure Buch f r die 52biay challenge fehlte und ich gerade im Urlaub in Marrakesch verbringe und der Fall handelt zum Teil im Lande Marokko.Schon viel Zuf lle verhelfen Tim beim Krabben Fall und auch wenn nat rlich das erste Treffen mit Handdock schon Klassikermaterial ist, hat mir sonst der Comic nicht so gefallen.

    15. Herzlich willkommen, Capitaine In diesem Band passiert etwas, was Auswirkungen auf alle nachfolgenden Tintin Geschichten hat Kapit n Haddock betritt die B hne Eine wertvolle Erg nzung f r die Tintin Comics Milou tritt immer mehr in den Hintergrund als Ansprechpartner f r Tintin und wird mehr zum echten Hund auch wenn er noch ab und an denkt , und die Dialoge entstehen mehr zwischen Haddock und Tintin.Auch hier, wie in den meisten Tintin B nden, wird spa ige, intelligente und spannende Unterhaltu [...]

    16. This time Tintin gets in trouble while walking with Snowy on the street Snowy stuck his head in a can and Tintin helps him out Some minutes after Tintin runs in the street with the duet Thomson and Thompson following him, in the search of the garbage for the particular can We meet first time the captain Haddock and his bad hobbit of drinking a little to much Tintin go around half the world seeking cans of crab meat that turn out to be a cover for drug sales, opium In this novel Captain, Tintin a [...]

    17. A true Tintin classic and an important volume of the series for this is the first volume where Captain Haddock appears and becomes Tintin s sidekick besides Snowy as a side note I would like to add that I ve noticed that Snowy has much less dialogue and virtually no exchanges of dialogue with Tintin which was just comical in the earlier editions Captain Haddock was the new character the series I think was needing He gives a balance to Tintin s personality with his contrasting brutish way of han [...]

    18. My review, as posted in Tintin BooksUnfortunately, due to the circumstances of Nazi occupied Belgium, constraints forced The Crab with the Golden Claws to fall back a bit, after the heights reached by King Ottokar s Sceptre As someone who stayed in Belgium after the start of World War II at the call of the Belgian King Leopold s call for people to return , Herge was setting himself up for controversy He never sympathised with Nazis, but Le Soir itself was staffed by collaborators and it would be [...]

    19. One of my favorites, like many this was the first one I read as a boy The artwork is superb especially in terms of bringing Captain Haddock to life Would highly recommend this as the first Tintin to give to your child They will love the pictures and it s got all the staple characters in place.

    20. C est une des moins int ressantes aventures de Tintin Je l ai trouv e un peu ennuyante et l histoire d opium cach est redondante car on l a d j vue dans deux autres aventures J ai bien aim par exemple l apparition pour la premi re fois du Capitaine Haddock qui n est dans cette BD qu un ivrogne C est le d but d une grande amiti entre lui et Tintin Le gros probl me est que l histoire est un peu trop vide mon go t.

    21. How come no one ever talks about the large number of coincidences that are always saving Tintin He finds help when lost in middle of sea, in middle of deserts, bullets just miss him, he just happens to be looking in the right direction to be able to dodge heavy weights supposed to crush him and so on I mean just want to see him dead once

    22. In this book It has suspense about like what is innards happen next what are we gonna do and they even be in a desert where other people help them and give them camels to travel and the weird thing about this book is the tins of the crab because some f them have normal crab but some don t

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