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Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (The Adventures of Tintin: Original Classic) (1930 original; edició 2007)

de Hergé (Autor)

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Accompanied by his dog Snowy, Tintin leaves Brussels to go undercover in Soviet Russia. His attempts to research his story are put to the test by the Bolsheviks and Moscow's secret police...
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Títol:Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (The Adventures of Tintin: Original Classic)
Autors:Hergé (Autor)
Informació:Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (2007), 144 pages
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Les Aventures de Tintín, repòrter del "Petit Vingtième" al país dels soviets de Hergé (Author) (1930)

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    Siberiak: My Cold War Adventure on the River Ob de Jenny Jaeckel (Artymedon)
    Artymedon: Both are graphic novels, both take place in the East, both are narrations of westerners confronted with a different culture as the storyline of Tintin was inspired by a book written on a travel to Russia by a journalist. Only difference the time period.
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Die Darstellung der Sowjetunion zur damaligen Zeit mag klischeehaft überzeichnet und plakativ sein, aber derartige Darstellungen sind bei Comics allgemein keine Seltenheit, wie auch Disney schon oft bewiesen hat. Sie ist allerdings auch nicht völlig aus der Luft gegriffen. Heute könnte man womöglich einen ähnlichen Band über das chinesische oder nordkoreanische System zeichnen. Wenn Hergé hier einige faktische Fehler begangen hat, dann lag das vielleicht an seiner anfänglich rudimentären Recherche, die sich wohl primär auf die Lektüre des Buchs "Moscou sans voiles" von Joseph Douillet beschränkte. Bei einem fiktiven Werk sollte das mangelnde Fachwissen allerdings nicht so sehr ins Gewicht fallen wie die inhärenten Logiklöcher oder Unglaubwürdigkeiten, welche es manchmal gibt: Wie kommt die praktische Taucherausrüstung in die Gefängniszelle? Wie hat Tim es auf der Fahrt mit den Soldaten unbemerkt geschafft, die Munition durch Pappmaché zu ersetzen? Wieso hat er eigentlich bei seiner Zeitung das Feuermachen ohne Streichholz gelernt? Wie konnte sich Struppi so schnell in einen unterirdischen Bunker buddeln? Und warum trägt ein Rotarmist bei der Artillerieübung eigentlich einen Wehrmachtshelm? Man merkt, dass es sich noch um eine Fortsetzungsgeschichte handelte, die sich selbst nicht zu ernst nahm, gelegentlich Logik und Realismus dem Humor opferte, aber im weiteren Verlauf immer ausgefeilter wurde. ( )
  Alsweider | May 4, 2024 |
My review, as posted in Tintin Books

The perils of this album are well-documented: written before Herge awoke to a wider worldview, and when he was still a pencil for hire, this is a propaganda piece and nothing more. Tintin as a reporter is an Everyman thrust into a land of corrupt politicians, and evil overlords.

To me, there's something messily beautiful about Herge's boyish scrawl. It's not polished, true, but that pudgy little potato boy and his scruffy dog make for delightful heroes, even if they barely do anything individual here at all. It's certainly a trademark of Tintin that henchmen concoct elaborate schemes to bring him down, but most of the time here he seems to slip out of these by chance in this book.

It makes sense though, since this book was published as a serial not one album, of course. Still a fascinating insight into how much Tintin himself doesn't really change: he becomes no less ambiguous in his nature and personality (a blank slate, I fear) but his investigative skills certainly do get better.

Even here, Herge is managing to capture atmosphere in his panels very well; it's just a pity that the atmosphere is so rigidly stereotyped. ( )
  therebelprince | Apr 21, 2024 |
I came across Tintin adventures in several comic magazines over the years but this was first time I managed to get my hands on the collected works of Herge.

And so I started with the first volume and I gotta say it is a huge disappointment. I was not aware this was the weakest one in offering both in the visual presentation and story.

First the story - if you want to read something that has almost every stereotype about the pre-WW2 Russia then you need not to look any further. Stereotypes are portrayed in such a way that entire comics strip reads like a political pamphlet. It is shallow as it can be but considering the West's sentiment towards the revolution in Russia at the time and considering it was commissioned by conservative Belgium newspaper this is understandable. Also since this was serialized in the newspapers over a year period story seems disjointed and looks more like a collection of independent gags/sketches instead of comic strips linked by a cohesive story. So for this one star down.

Unfortunately additional two stars go down for the presentation. I understand that at some point comic plates got damaged and details were lost but art here is Crude (note the capital C). At some parts everything looks like a doodle, first draft of comic - take for example couple of panels portraying Tintin - his head is so lost in the doodle that if it weren't for the arms and torso I would not know it was human being in the panel at all. Some parts are well drawn (i.e. boat chase) but other is so crude it borders with almost sloppy. If you compared this to later works (even with the immediate follow up - adventure in Congo) it is like two completely different artists worked on the comic.

If you have not read Tintin before then trust me that later works get much better in both story and visuals so treat this one as curiosity. Thankfully Herge moved on to write much better stories after this one.

Recommended to completionists and collectors. For all others skip it and move on to later Tintin adventures. ( )
  Zare | Jan 23, 2024 |
Interesting only as a peek into the beginnings of a character. The flow of the story was a bit too 'jumpy' for my taste. But I liked seeing that part where Tintin gets his trademark cow-lick hair (I heard about this from a Tintin tour in a local bookstore). ( )
  ulan25 | Feb 14, 2023 |
This reads like a collection of 2-page magazine comics that Hergé never meant to be stitched together, yet was into this book. They do follow a story arc, but lack any and all cohesion past that. Tintin's having tiny sub-adventures on a back-to-back basis, and I come out with a light headache, feeling like I've been just been beaten and badgered around like poor Tintin every 2 pages. ( )
  AvANvN | Apr 19, 2022 |
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Janzon, Allan B.Traductorautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat
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Lonsdale-Cooper, LeslieTraductorautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat
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