Definitely worth reading for fans of Tintin.
They were adventure stories with exciting action, mysterious puzzles, hilarious characters, and real world concepts I could understand.
The curious reporter visits the city's observatory only to learn that the planet will meet its doom the very next morning.
The book was Awesome! Can't go wrong if you are a true fan!Published 2 months ago by Irene Bockowski
Before I read the final book in Charles Burns’ X’Ed Out Trilogy, I wanted to re-read Herge’s Tintin book, The Shooting Star, besides Burns’ first two books, to see if it would add... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sam Quixote
Tintin's books and comics, ALL EN MASSE, rock! They're a great series of adventure books for kids 3rd-6th grade kids.Published 14 months ago by Arash Kamangir
The best! How can you complain with art by Herge, and rogues, villains and blistering blue barnacles being vanquished by Tintin, Snowy, and Capt. Haddock???Published 14 months ago by Evelyn F. Chapin
TinTin is the best comic book ever. I read it when I was a kid and still love the storyline and all the charactors.Published 20 months ago by Kindle Customer
Great illustrations. Good Storyline. Packed with action, intrigue and adventure! One character drinks alcohol a lot in this story which could be inappropriate for young readers. Read morePublished 21 months ago by David D
This was another of the Tintin books that I most enjoyed when I was younger, and for the same reasons I enjoy it now. Read morePublished 21 months ago by K. Ostrowski
Reading the Tintin adventures when I was a kid changed my life. It was my first exposure to the graphic novel experience. Read morePublished 21 months ago by xsurfer