We've seen many a bizarre Tintin homage in our day, but this comic strip by the illustrator Yop! over at French comics site Mooloozone is especially neat. It's in French, but the plot should be pretty familiar to any X-fan. The only major difference is Wolverine mentions Loch Lomond. I always assumed he was a Canadian… »
As one of io9's Hergéophiles, I've been absolutely digging Dan Hipp's apocryphal adventures of Tintin. Now he's teamed up the boy reporter with a familiar playboy industrialist. Will Tony Stark put Captain Haddock on the path to sobriety? Tintin's armor really should have a built-in tungsten cowlick, though.
The webcomic Tozo: The Public Servant takes Hergé's visual style and transports it to a retrofuturistic universe where a murdered bureaucrat draws an earnest public servant-and his robot companion-into a web of political and religious conspiracies. »
The first screenshots from The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn have hit the web. Check out Jamie Bell and Andy Serkis as the motion capture incarnations of boy reporter Tintin and boozy sea dog Captain Haddock, respectively. »
Comic books can be a difficult to get into, what with their years of serial storytelling and convoluted continuity. Luckily, there are plenty of one-and-done graphic novels out there. Here are some of the best four-color gateway drugs. »