Sunday, September 09, 2007

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15 comments:

Axel said...

Why is Tin-Tin always suprised?

Anonymous said...

With a character like Tintin, it's hard to pull off the likeness without totally copying Hergé, but this works. It registers as Tintin, but you also make it your own, Cory. Nice!

-Fred S.

Screw Jeff Owens said...

I'm going to have to double-up on what Fred said.

Wait...did someone just say Right Said Fred?

JVC said...

LOVE +1

j_ay said...

Nice Tintin.

Also dug the Black Ghost pinup in Invincible 45. So what’s up with this character, something you’re doing on your own or someone slated for the upcoming bits you’re doing on Invincible? Or, or, or, etc.

lee-ann dunton said...

awesome!

Neil Hill said...

Man, I'm saddened to say that I've never even so much as cracked the cover on a Tin-Tin book, but your sketch has me wondering what I may have been missing all these years!

Chris said...

That's a great portrait of Rick Remender.

DAN-VAN-COOL said...

Tin tin is always suprised cause he get kncked out damn near very episode of the cartoon :P Im suprised he still has mobile skills.

Casey has a medium-sized knob said...

Sweet baby jesus in a whore house of virgins that's nice.

Nate Bellegarde said...

How do you pronounce Tintin? Is it Tan-tan? Benito?

Benito said...

In Europe, at least, they pronounce it with the French accent, as you would Lupin III, so it should rhyme vaguely with "bon-bon."

I think the American version of the cartoon pronounced it as we perceive it to be spelled in English, though.

Ed said...

pinky up indeed Mr.Cereno...

Axel said...

Wait, Benito....Its Ton Ton?!?! does tha mean we could cut him open and sleep inside his warm guts if we were freezing to death on Hoth?

Anonymous said...

The french pronounciation is actually a little closer to "Tan Tan" (as in getting a sun tan), but Hergé was Belgian. How they pronounce it in Belgium, I don't know.

-Fred S.