TINTIN ALPH ART YVES RODIER PDF

Rodier always loved comics, but first set out to become a musician or cinematographer. He soon returned to comics. These copies were illegal and did not earn him much money, though this allowed him to meet many other cartoonists, like Bob de Moor , Jacques Martin and Michel "Greg" Regnier. In , he met Daniel and Richard Houde, and in their magazine Pignouf he started his comic series Pignouf et Hamlet , about a boy and his pig. The magazine only lasted for five issues, though the series continued. The unfinished Tintin book Tintin and Alph-Art was unofficially completed by Rodier in black-and-white.

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One such attempt, and perhaps the best-known, is that by Canadian artist Yves Rodier. Akass laughs and makes a cryptic remark about how he's "finally beaten" Tintin, but quickly finds himself being bitten on the backside by Snowy, who has brought Haddock just in the nick of time. Haddock manages to free Tintin, and they briefly escape in a car, though are soon caught and brought back to the villa. However, a thoughtless remark by one of Akass's henchmen lets his guests know that Tintin and Haddock are the people they're chasing, and the guests, all good friends of Tintin and the captain, refuse to believe that they'd be up to no good and notify the police.

Akass, annoyed that he now can't just kill Tintin without arousing suspicion, has a couple of corrupt police officers show up and take Tintin to a safehouse, where he can plan his next move, while Nash begins to have serious doubts about his being a party to all this. The officers call the police and falsely claim that Tintin and Haddock tried to escape and were killed in an ensuing gunfight, though unbeknownst to Akass this quickly backfires, as Thomson and Thompson are present when the call is taken and insist on going to identify the bodies.

In the meantime, Tintin questions Akass on his motives, but Akass stuns him and Haddock by removing his glasses and false beard; his appearance may have altered slightly due to some Magic Plastic Surgery , but "Akass" is in fact recurring Big Bad Roberto Rastapopoulos. After taking time to fill Tintin in on the events of Flight , Rastapopoulos prepares to have the two executed, but before he can do so, Thomson and Thompson arrive with several cops in tow.

While the officers under his employ try to delay the others, Rastapopoulos ties up Tintin and Haddock, and takes them as hostages. Rastapopoulos's planned escape soon goes wrong when he realises that the only way away from the approaching police leads to a sheer drop which he could never climb down safely, least of all with a couple of hostages in tow. With next to no chance of escape, he knocks out his two hostages and fashions their ropes into nooses, so that he can at least have the satisfaction of hanging the two over the edge of the cliff before being captured.

Unbeknownst to Rastapopoulos, however, Snowy has been leading Nash up another path up the cliff, and Nash tries to tackle his boss away from the ledge. This knocks Rastapopoulos away from the rock he was bracing himself on, causing the rope to act like a catapult and hurl Rastapopoulos over the edge of the cliff, while Tintin and Haddock and safely lowered onto a convenient ledge a few feet below where they were hanging.

Tintin and Haddock are rescued by the detectives, and they all climb down to the bottom of the cliff. After finding Rastapopoulos, the detectives confirm that Tintin's oldest enemy is finally, unquestionably dead. Tintin and Haddock return to Marlinspike, with the Italian government giving Rastapopoulos's villa to Haddock as compensation for the recent events though Haddock himself isn't overly keen on the idea of actually using it, doubtless due to the danger of Bianca Castafiore deciding to pay a visit , and Martine asking Tintin out on a date whether or not he accepts it isn't shown.

On hearing Wagg's complimentary comments about the statue and what it says about Haddock's personality, the Captain agrees to rent his new villa out to Wagg Immediately regretting his decision, Haddock gives the statue away to a local farmer as a scarecrow, as the story ends. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account.

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I hope you enjoy the ride. Fourcart was killed. Instead, he falls back on the old plot device of reading about a murder in a newspaper. Gibbons and Mr. Trickler again. Indeed, the final fate of Rastapopolous calls to mind both Tintin in America where our hero is lynched and Cigars of the Pharaoh where the villain suffers a similar fate. At the same time, all this nostalgia seems strange when combined with a story that seems boldly progressive and forward-moving.

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It is a striking departure from the earlier books in tone and subject, as well as in some parts of the style; rather than being set in a usual exotic and action-packed environment, this story is largely played out in the world of modern art. The story opens with Captain Haddock having a nightmare of being visited by Bianca Castafiore , who demands that he take his medicine actually a bottle of Loch Lomond. When he refuses, as he still cannot stand the beverage after the events of the previous book, Castafiore turns into a huge bird-like creature and begins to attack Haddock. Fortunately, Tintin manages to wake him up, whereupon Tintin receives a telephone call from the real Castafiore, who tells him that she has arrived in Belgium for a few days.

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One such attempt, and perhaps the best-known, is that by Canadian artist Yves Rodier. Akass laughs and makes a cryptic remark about how he's "finally beaten" Tintin, but quickly finds himself being bitten on the backside by Snowy, who has brought Haddock just in the nick of time. Haddock manages to free Tintin, and they briefly escape in a car, though are soon caught and brought back to the villa. However, a thoughtless remark by one of Akass's henchmen lets his guests know that Tintin and Haddock are the people they're chasing, and the guests, all good friends of Tintin and the captain, refuse to believe that they'd be up to no good and notify the police. Akass, annoyed that he now can't just kill Tintin without arousing suspicion, has a couple of corrupt police officers show up and take Tintin to a safehouse, where he can plan his next move, while Nash begins to have serious doubts about his being a party to all this. The officers call the police and falsely claim that Tintin and Haddock tried to escape and were killed in an ensuing gunfight, though unbeknownst to Akass this quickly backfires, as Thomson and Thompson are present when the call is taken and insist on going to identify the bodies. In the meantime, Tintin questions Akass on his motives, but Akass stuns him and Haddock by removing his glasses and false beard; his appearance may have altered slightly due to some Magic Plastic Surgery , but "Akass" is in fact recurring Big Bad Roberto Rastapopoulos.

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