List of Tintin media

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This is a list of books, films, and media associated with The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé.

Books[edit]

The books can either be listed in the order in which the stories first appeared in newspapers or magazines (the "production order"), or in the order they were first published in album form ("publication order"). As many early stories were altered in the redrawings, and therefore chronologically fit in more with the later albums, both orders can be considered valid. Sometimes the redrawings introduced problems with the chronological order, one example is when Sheik Patrash Pasha presents a copy of Destination Moon in Cigars of the PharaohDestination Moon was published almost 20 years after Cigars of the Pharaoh.

Production order[edit]

  1. Tintin in the Land of the Soviets - (Tintin au pays des Soviets) (1929–1930)
  2. Tintin in the Congo - (Tintin au Congo) (1930–1931)
  3. Tintin in America - (Tintin en Amérique) (1931–1932)
  4. Cigars of the Pharaoh - (Les Cigares du Pharaon) (1932–1934)
  5. The Blue Lotus - (Le Lotus bleu) (1934–1935)
  6. The Broken Ear - (L'Oreille cassée) (1935–1937)
  7. The Black Island - (L'Ile noire) (1937–1938)
  8. King Ottokar's Sceptre - (Le Sceptre d'Ottokar) (1938–1939)
  9. The Crab with the Golden Claws - (Le Crabe aux pinces d'or) (1940–1941)
  10. The Shooting Star - (L'Etoile mystérieuse) (1941–1942)
  11. The Secret of the Unicorn - (Le Secret de la Licorne) (1942–1943)
  12. Red Rackham's Treasure - (Le Trésor de Rackam le Rouge) (1943)
  13. The Seven Crystal Balls - (Les Sept boules de cristal) (1943–1946)
  14. Prisoners of the Sun - (Le Temple du soleil) (1946–1948)
  15. Land of Black Gold - (Tintin au pays de l'or noir) (1948–1950) 1
  16. Destination Moon - (Objectif Lune) (1950–1953)
  17. Explorers on the Moon - (On a marché sur la Lune) (1950–1953)
  18. The Calculus Affair - (L'Affaire Tournesol) (1954–1956)
  19. The Red Sea Sharks - (Coke en stock) (1956–1958)
  20. Tintin in Tibet - (Tintin au Tibet) (1958–1959)
  21. The Castafiore Emerald - (Les Bijoux de la Castafiore) (1961–1962)
  22. Flight 714 - (Vol 714 pour Sydney) (1966–1967)
  23. Tintin and the Picaros - (Tintin et les Picaros) (1975–1976)
  24. Tintin and Alph-Art - (Tintin et l'Alph-Art): Unfinished work, published posthumously in 1986, and republished with more material in 2004.

Publication order[edit]

Title French language editions in Belgium English language editions in the U.K.
Le Petit Vingtième Le Soir Tintin
magazine
B/W book Colour book Colour book B/W book
Tintin in the Land of the Soviets 1929-30 - - 1930 - - 1989 (Sundancer)

1999 (Methuen)

Tintin in the Congo 1930-31 - - 1931 1946 2005 (Egmont) 1991 (Sundancer)

2004 (Casterman)

Tintin in America 1931-32 - - 1932 1945 1973 2004 (Casterman)
Cigars of the Pharaoh 1932-34 - - 1934 1955 1971 2006 (Casterman)
The Blue Lotus 1934-35 - - 1936 1946 1983 2006 (Casterman)
The Broken Ear 1935-37 - - 1937 1943 1975 -
The Black Island 1937-38 - 1965 (2nd colour version) 1938 1943 (1st)

1966 (2nd)

1966 -
King Ottokar's Sceptre 1938-39 - - 1939 1947 1951-52 (The Eagle)

1958 (Methuen)

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The Crab with the Golden Claws - 1940-41 - 1941 1943 1958 -
The Shooting Star - 1941-42 - - 1942 1961 -
The Secret of the Unicorn - 1942-43 - - 1943 1952 (Casterman)

1959 (Methuen)

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Red Rackham's Treasure - 1943 - - 1944 1952 (Casterman)

1959 (Methuen)

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The Seven Crystal Balls - 1943-44 1946 - 1948 1962 -
Prisoners of the Sun - - 1946-48 - 1949 1962 -
Land of Black Gold 1939-40 - 1948-50 - 1950 (1st)

1971 (2nd)

1972 -
Destination Moon - - 1950-53 - 1953 1959 -
Explorers on the Moon - - - 1954 1959 -
The Calculus Affair - - 1954-56 - 1956 1960 -
The Red Sea Sharks - - 1956-58 - 1958 1960 -
Tintin in Tibet - - 1958-59 - 1960 1962 -
The Castafiore Emerald - - 1961-62 - 1963 1963 -
Flight 714 - - 1966-67 - 1968 1968 -
Tintin and the Picaros - - 1975-76 - 1976 1976 -
Tintin and Alph-Art - - - 1986 (1st)

2004 (2nd)

- - 1990 (Sundancer)

2004 (Egmont)

Radio[edit]

The BBC produced two series of Tintin radio dramatisations by Simon Eastwood. They were first broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1992 and 1993. The cast featured Richard Pearce as Tintin, Andrew Sachs as Snowy, Leo McKern as Captain Haddock (Lionel Jeffries in series 2), Stephen Moore as Professor Calculus and Charles Kay as Thomson and Thompson. The music was composed by Roger Limb. Both series were released on BBC Audio Cassette (ISBN 0-8072-8103-4).

Series 1[edit]

  1. The Black Island
  2. The Secret of the Unicorn
  3. Red Rackham's Treasure
  4. Destination Moon
  5. Explorers on the Moon
  6. Tintin in Tibet

Series 2[edit]

  1. The Seven Crystal Balls
  2. Prisoners of the Sun
  3. The Calculus Affair (Part One)
  4. The Calculus Affair (Part Two)
  5. The Red Sea Sharks (Part One)
  6. The Red Sea Sharks (Part Two)

Special[edit]

  1. The Castafiore Emerald (45 minute Christmas Special). It guest-starred Miriam Margolyes as Bianca Castafiore. It has not yet received a commercial release nor a repeat broadcast.

Television[edit]

There have been two animated television series, based on the comic books.

Cinema and documentaries[edit]

There have been a number of films featuring the characters, but not always based on original works by Hergé. There have been two live action films with actors cast for their resemblance to the characters.

Theatre[edit]

Video games[edit]

So far five Tintin video games have been released:

  1. Tintin on the Moon (1989).
  2. Tintin in Tibet (1996).
  3. Prisoners of the Sun (1997).
  4. Destination Adventure (2001).
  5. The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (2011).

Reprints and republications[edit]

  • In 1951 British weekly comic The Eagle ran "King Ottokar's Sceptre"
  • In the 1960s and 1970s, various Tintin comics were reprinted in the American children's magazine Children's Digest.
  • In 2000–2001, the short-lived magazine "Explore!" ran "The Black Island" and "King Ottokar's Sceptre"

Other books[edit]

For a detailed list of unofficial works, see List of Tintin parodies and pastiches.
For a list of books that discuss the series and its author, see List of books about Tintin.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]