One of the most perfect, accurate and beautifully adventurous intellectual properties ever created, Tintin is a journalist who goes around the world a hundred times in search of solutions to crimes and adventures without equal.
Created by Hergé in 1929, its influence in the world of culture in Europe is vast, as well as in other parts of the world. At the comic strip level, we can say, as it will have been said many times already, that each vignette is a painting, full of life and action, where the diverse and wide cast of characters that belong to its universe are framed; with those simple colors, the ligne claire (the style with which he drew) and the profusion in details of both the protagonists and the scenarios. So much so that every minute that passes the trail of Tintin gets bigger and bigger, his fans admire the character even more and their minds fly with their adventures, especially if they are still children.
Many comic volumes have been made about this character, and many adaptations to film and television. After some fruitless exchanges of information with Walt Disney, to whom Hergé presented the character but the idea of ??making a film was declined by him, at the end of the days of his life Hergé was finally able to reach an agreement with Steven Spielberg, who kept during years his rights to take to the cinema said work.
In the 2000s Spielberg found a way to take Tintin to the movies, and got down to work. Together with Peter Jackson's special effects company, they created a movie called "real animation" in 3D; that is, animation with hyper realistic motion capture. The result is a spin-off as far as the artistic field is concerned, since the solutions that have been applied to the original comics movie are very different. They compete with each other, as Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg will compete since the second film is being directed by the first. For us, we have a winner from the beginning.
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Latest news about Tintin
On the unwanted historical cultural revisionism - October, 16; 2020
Links about Tintin
Tintin Official Internet Site