Tintin in the Congo

by Hergé, Michael Turner (Translator), Leslie Lonsdale Cooper(Translator)

The Adventures of Tintin in the Congo is the second entry in the beloved Tintin series, first published in 1930. This time the irrepressible Belgian heads for the Congo and gets involved in all manner of intrigue. He learns of a conspiracy by a group of American gangsters to take over diamond production with the help of a local witch doctor. Controversial racial content is balanced within its historical context.

This book was amazing but I only read it in the Old Version. It was really funny in due to the Natives of Congo celebrating the Arrival of Tintin.

 

 

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