The Adventures of Tintin: Volume 6

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The Adventures of Tintin: Volume 6

Small hardback collected volume containing the Tintin books fifteen to seventeen, from The Adventures of Tintin series written by Hergé. A great gift for any Tintin collector (or Tintinologist, as they like to be known!) why not start your collection today?

Destination Moon: Professor Calculus is working on a top secret project for the Syldavian government to send a rocket to the moon. Tintin, Haddock and Snowy become the crew for the rocket, despite the multiple attampts of spies from other countries to steal information, and a prototype of the rocket itself.

Explorers on the Moon: Professor Calculus and his crew make it to the Moon and Tintin becomes the first human to set foot on the lunar surface. Unbeknownst to Tintin and his companions though, a malicious stow-away is using up their oxygen and has plans to steal the rocket and strand our heroes on the moon. Will they make it home?!

The Calculus Affair: Professor Calculus invents a sonic machine capable of shattering glass. He and his invention become the objective of two rival countries' secret services who wish to weaponize his invention. Once again he is kidnapped and Tintin, Snowy and Haddock must rescue him. Set in Switzerland and France, this exciting adventure features one of the most daring rescues yet!

Hardback. Measures 22cm x 15.5cm. Full colour comic illustrations.

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