EDITORIAL JUVENTUD

    Las aventuras de Tintín 09 - EL CANGREJO DE LAS PINZAS DE ORO (hardcover) - Castellano

    €13.37

    Following the trail of a mysterious can of crab, Tintin ends up prisoner on a ship owned by a gang of opium traffickers. There he meets the evil Allan and for the first time Captain Haddock, then a pathetic slave of his addiction to alcohol, a vice that causes innumerable problems for him and for Tintin who tries to help him. The captain's rehabilitation will come after his forced detoxification during his desert crossing. On May 10, German troops enter Belgium, interrupting the publication of Tintin in land of black gold. Disaster looms over the whole country. Hergé, with his daughter and his sister-in-law, left for Paris on May 15, and from there they went to a friend's house in the Aubergne region, to await events. On June 30 they returned to Brussels and there Hergé found that Le Vingtième Siècle had died, and with it Le Petit Vingtième had also disappeared.

     

    Translated by Concepción Zendrera

     

    23 x 30 cm

     

    Cardboard

     

    64 pages

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    Following the trail of a mysterious can of crab, Tintin ends up prisoner on a ship owned by a gang of opium traffickers. There he meets the evil Allan and for the first time Captain Haddock, then a pathetic slave of his addiction to alcohol, a vice that causes innumerable problems for him and for Tintin who tries to help him. The captain's rehabilitation will come after his forced detoxification during his desert crossing. On May 10, German troops enter Belgium, interrupting the publication of Tintin in land of black gold. Disaster looms over the whole country. Hergé, with his daughter and his sister-in-law, left for Paris on May 15, and from there they went to a friend's house in the Aubergne region, to await events. On June 30 they returned to Brussels and there Hergé found that Le Vingtième Siècle had died, and with it Le Petit Vingtième had also disappeared.

     

    Translated by Concepción Zendrera

     

    23 x 30 cm

     

    Cardboard

     

    64 pages

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