Tintin at Sea

The National Maritime Museum (Greenwich, LONDON) in association with Moulinsart have put up a very interesting exhibition of items related to Tintin's adventures at Sea. They have a nice website showing Herge's working steps and nice Tintin games. My favorite part of the exhibit was a map of the kingdom of Khemed, drawn by Herge to help him think the moves of the several different ships and aircraft in "The Red Sea Sharks". Have a look:


September 5, 2005 07:54 PM | « Previous | Main | Next »


Wow..that website is nice..I like the pop up information on Herge's drawing table

Posted by: Theowne at September 5, 2005 10:31 PM

yes, it's nice. I think the exhibition was last year though, not sure if it's still on display.

I got the "Advntures of Tintin at Sea" book that I think was published for the exhibition as well. I believe it's by Michael Farr ... it's sort of interesting.

Posted by: pendar at September 13, 2005 02:40 PM
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