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In 2009 the store was transformed and relocated to the address tintinboutique.com. Although this website has given our customers a lot of joy and satisfaction since that time, today we aim to provide an even better customer experience. This is the best way we can show our customers that we are listening to them and that we are dedicated to providing the very best quality service possible.




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It was with great pleasure that we opened a brand new online boutique in 2015 (located at boutique.tintin.com), with better navigation, high-definition images and animations, a customer account with more features, more payment options and a greater choice of delivery methods.


Do you think that your problem relates to a technical issue? If so then please contact our customer service either by email (customerservice@boutique.tintin.com) or by telephone +32 (0)2 255 01 23 from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 4 pm.


All refund requests must be made by e-mail to customerservice@boutique.tintin.com and must include the order number, reference to the product, a clear explanation of the problem and a photograph of the product to illustrate the problem.


It is rare for an order not to be fulfilled and delivered within the delivery times specified, but if you have not received your order within a month following order confirmation, please inform us by e-mail: customerservice@boutique.tintin.com.


We do not sell certain very fragile products that you may find in shops. It is too risky to deliver these products as they break easily. If you are looking for a certain fragile product that we do not sell online then please check our list of resellers [link] and make contact with one of them if it is convenient.


In the unlikely event that a Customer does not receive the goods within one month following the order, the Customer is required to inform Boutique Tintin by e-mail (customerservice@boutique.tintin.com).


In accordance with the law, the Customer has the right to consult, delete, amend or correct data they have provided. Data may be consulted, deleted, amended or corrected via the Boutique Tintin website, by sending an e-mail to the following address: customerservice@boutique.tintin.com, or by sending a letter to: Budasteenweg 7, 1830 Machelen, Belgium.


If you accept the use of cookies but then change your mind, please delete the cookies associated with boutique.tintin.com as indicated in the following section. Then you should simply not accept them when you next visit the website and the cookie message appears.


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Bianca Castafiore is an opera singer of whom Haddock is terrified. She was first introduced in King Ottokar's Sceptre and seems to appear wherever the protagonists travel, along with her maid Irma and pianist Igor Wagner. Although amiable and strong-willed, she is also comically foolish, whimsical, absent-minded, talkative, and seemingly unaware that her voice is shrill and appallingly loud. Her speciality is the Jewel Song (Ah! Je ris de me voir si belle en ce miroir / Ah! My beauty past compare, these jewels bright I wear) from Gounod's opera, Faust, which she sings at the least provocation, much to Haddock's dismay. She is often maternal toward Haddock, of whose dislike she remains ignorant. She often confuses words, especially names, with other words that rhyme with them or of which they remind her; "Haddock" is frequently replaced by malapropisms such as "Paddock", "Stopcock", or "Hopscotch", while Nestor, Haddock's butler, is confused with "Chestor" and "Hector". Her own name means "white and chaste flower": a meaning to which Professor Calculus once refers when he breeds a white rose and names it for the singer. She was based upon opera divas in general (according to Hergé's perception), Hergé's Aunt Ninie (who was known for her "shrill" singing of opera), and, in the post-war comics, on Maria Callas.[43]


The Crab with the Golden Claws (Le crabe aux pinces d'or) (1947) was the first successful attempt to adapt one of the comics into a feature film. Written and directed by Claude Misonne and João B Michiels, the film was a stop-motion puppet production created by a small Belgian studio.[108]


The centenary of Hergé's birth in 2007[1] was commemorated at the largest museum for modern art in Europe, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, with Hergé, an art exhibition honouring his work. The exhibition, which ran from 20 December 2006 until 19 February 2007, featured some 300 of Hergé's boards and original drawings, including all 124 original plates of The Blue Lotus.[150]Laurent le Bon, organiser of the exhibit said: "It was important for the Centre to show the work of Hergé next to that of Matisse or Picasso".[158] Michael Farr claimed: "Hergé has long been seen as a father figure in the comics world. If he's now recognised as a modern artist, that's very important".[159]


Hergé is recognised as one of the leading cartoonists of the twentieth century.[164] Most notably, Hergé's ligne claire style has been influential to creators of other Franco-Belgian comics. Contributors to Tintin magazine have employed ligne claire, and later artists Jacques Tardi, Yves Chaland, Jason Little, Phil Elliott, Martin Handford, Geof Darrow, Eric Heuvel, Garen Ewing, Joost Swarte, and others have produced works using it.[165]


In the wider art world, both Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein have claimed Hergé as one of their most important influences.[166] Lichtenstein made paintings based on fragments from Tintin comics, whilst Warhol used ligne claire and even made a series of paintings with Hergé as the subject. Warhol, who admired Tintin's "great political and satirical dimensions",[166] said, "Hergé has influenced my work in the same way as Walt Disney. For me, Hergé was more than a comic strip artist".[167]


Born Georges Remi in 1907, the Belgian illustrator adopted Hergé as a pen name in 1924, five years before he started publishing Tintin stories, according to Encyclopedia Britannica. The French-language comics, which featured Tintin embarking on voyages and swashbuckling adventures around the world, eventually became one of the the most popular European cartoon series of the 20th century.


Keep an eye on the Free Comics section that is updated weekly. There is a Sales page too with hefty discounts (nearly 50%). The Comixology Pull List is the place for a collector. Browse, rate, and discuss your favorite comics, trade paperbacks, toys and merchandise. The sub-site and the iOS app help to track arrivals at local comic book store on any iOS device. You can locate the nearest ones and get the printed copies from there.


What started as a comic book store in Oregon three decades back is now a full-fledged online portal for some of the best comic book genres out there. TFAW is the third largest comic book retailer in the United States. The comic book site has a huge selection of titles from Marvel and DC Comics, as well as titles from independent publishers like Fantagraphics, Top Shelf, Zenescope, Bluewater Productions, Boom! Studios, and many others. TFAW also stocks comic book merchandise.


We cross the Atlantic and come to Forbidden Planet which is the largest UK retailer of the latest comics and graphic novels. Stocks include science fiction, fantasy, cult entertainment, manga from Japan, and also core rulebooks, supplements and fiction from the worlds of Dungeons and Dragons, H P Lovecraft and White Wolf. The store also stocks U.S. books. Full range of merchandise from the best of movie, game, and comic book titles are also available. International orders are accepted and you can use mail order subscriptions to have the comic books delivered to your doorstep. Pre-orders also work.


For the love of comics, these eight websites should help you endure. There are so many more places where you can go to meet like-minded comic book lovers. Nine action packed comic book sub-Reddits for instance, or humble comic book blogs started by fans.


For SDSU book holdings check the Library Catalog on OneSearch. The Catalog is the online tool used for finding books, e-books and multimedia in the SDSU Library. Books can be searched by keyword, author, title, or subject.


Today on the site, Sloane Leong is back with a second round of Comics Dragnet, gathering up webcomics and genre adventures and critiquing them with an artist's eye. One of the comics this time is The Firelight Isle:


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