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Petualangan Tintin : Tintin dan Picaros By Hergé,

  • Title: Petualangan Tintin : Tintin dan Picaros
  • Author: Hergé
  • ISBN: 9789792242843
  • Page: 377
  • Format: None
  • Tintin hears in the news that Bianca Castafiore, her maid, pianist and Thomson and Thompson, have been imprisoned in San Theodoros for allegedly attempting to overthrow the military dictatorship of General Tapioca, who has yet again deposed Tintin s old friend, General Alcazar Tintin, Calculus and Haddock soon become embroiled in the accusations, and, travelling to San ThTintin hears in the news that Bianca Castafiore, her maid, pianist and Thomson and Thompson, have been imprisoned in San Theodoros for allegedly attempting to overthrow the military dictatorship of General Tapioca, who has yet again deposed Tintin s old friend, General Alcazar Tintin, Calculus and Haddock soon become embroiled in the accusations, and, travelling to San Theodoros to clear their names, find themselves caught in a trap laid by their old enemy, Colonel Sponsz, who has been sent by the East Bloc nation of Borduria to assist Tapioca Sponsz has concocted the conspiracy of which Tintin and his friends are accused in a plot to wreak revenge upon them for humiliating him in The Calculus Affair Escaping, Tintin, Haddock, and Calculus join Alcazar and his small band of guerrillas, the Picaros, in the jungle near an Arumbaya Indian village.Meanwhile, in a show trial orchestrated by Sponsz, Castafiore is sentenced to life imprisonment and the Thompsons are ordered to be executed by firing squad Tintin enlists Alcazar s help in freeing his friends, but upon arrival at his jungle headquarters, finds that Alcazar s men have become demoralised drunkards since Tapioca started dropping copious quantities of alcohol near their camp Additionally, Alcazar is continually henpecked by his shrewish wife Peggy, who nags him constantly about his failure to achieve a successful revolution Fortunately, Calculus has invented a pill which will make alcohol unpalatable to anyone who ingests it which he proves to have tested on Haddock, much to the latter s ire Tintin offers to use the pill to cure the Picaros of their alcoholism if Alcazar agrees to make the overthrow of Tapioca bloodless Alcazar reluctantly agrees, and as his men are cured, Jolyon Wagg arrives with his musical troupe the Jolly Follies, who intend to perform at the upcoming carnival in San Theodoros Alcazar with a little advice from Tintin launches an assault on Tapioca s palace during the carnival by borrowing the troupe s costumes and sneaking his men into the capital He topples Tapioca, but on Tintin s urging, does not execute him, as is tradition Tapioca is instead forced to publicly surrender his powers to Alcazar and is exiled, while Sponsz is sent back to Borduria.Meanwhile, Thomson and Thompson are due to be shot on the same day as the carnival although as naive as ever in their observations, the detectives show courage by refusing to be blindfolded Tintin and Haddock reach the state prison in time to prevent the executions from taking place Castafiore, her maid and her pianist are also released, and Alcazar can finally give his wife the palace he has promised With everything back in order or not , Tintin and his friends leave As they fly home, Tintin and Haddock express gratitude about being able to go home, showing a weary attitude towards travel than in earlier books.The second to last panel shows a final, skeptical political message as under Tapioca, the city slums are filled with wretched, starving people and patrolled by indifferent police Nothing is different, except that a Viva Tapioca sign has been changed to read Viva Alcazar, demonstrating Herg s view that even if regimes change, conditions do not improve.
    Petualangan Tintin Tintin dan Picaros Tintin hears in the news that Bianca Castafiore her maid pianist and Thomson and Thompson have been imprisoned in San Theodoros for allegedly attempting to overthrow the military dictatorship of Ge

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    1. My review from Tintin Books As Napoleon said, Think of it, soldiers Forty centuries look down upon you Captain Haddock to CalculusI hadn t read Tintin and the Picaros since I was a kid, so it s arguably the completed album I know least Returning to it, I found much to love After the creative misstep that was Flight 714, Herge was very much back on track.Of all the albums in the Tintin ouevre, Picaros is less clearly aimed at children Even the formula defying The Castafiore Emerald features a gre [...]

    2. South American Revolutions27 February 2012 This is the last of the completed Tintin books and in a way does finally tie everything up Granted, nobody ever lives happily ever after, but I do feel that it does round off and complete what I consider to be a ground breaking series of books that are incredibly funny and very entertaining This album seems to follow on after the Castafiore Emerald as there are a few connections with the events in the previous album, however it appears that Flight 714 o [...]

    3. The Tintin stories for anyone who has read them and understands their history can t be viewed as anything other than groundbreaking The beginnings of these stories have been around as long as the Lord of the Rings, the illustration and environments in the Tintin books are accurate and extremely detailed Anyone who has spent even a little time exploring Herge Georges Remi can see the painstaking research and adversity he worked through to compose the world around Tintin His ideas were ahead of hi [...]

    4. Part of the interest in reading Tintin is thinking about how Herg s attitudes changed over time His rejection of some of his earlier portrayals he is on record as categorizing Tintin in America as an error of his youth allow a reader to see this series as a product of a specific time and place a product created by a writer who became politically sophisticated as he gained in years and wisdom re Reading this episode directly after revisiting The Broken Ear is a case in point Herg did not stop sk [...]

    5. Pretty fun, though dismissive of serious topics as Tintin is wont to do The plot wraps up so cleanly it s borderline insulting, but hidden in the flippancy is some cynical and incisive commentary In the world of Herg it s as if Tintin s goodness is so contagious that he makes the world better by his presence He grabs a warlord by the ear and tells them to behave themselves and despite protest, they do Thus Tintin can blamelessly aid a rebellious faction in an armed coup No discussion of the diff [...]

    6. The final Tintin story not counting the incomplete Alph Art goes out on something of a anti climax It s not a bad story in the Tintin canon though not one of the best, either , but somehow I wanted something from it That said, I suppose the lack of a crescendo means that Tintin still lives in the mind, unchanging and ready for new adventures that I ll never see Hmmm that thought is actually quite comforting.The most striking and thought provoking panel in the book I think this might be a spoile [...]

    7. plot details for this review are borrowed from in the interest of full disclosure I read this as a child but possess a lucid, while not photographic, recollection of the story.Fitting end to the Tintin saga as the gang delves into a thorny political struggle in Latin America, emerging unscathed but finding no easy resolution Here, the young reader is challenged to consider whether Tintin really embodies the hero saving his friends while massive corruption ensues Herge superbly interweaves diffic [...]

    8. Tintin and Captain Haddock, as well as Milu and Professor Tournesol, meet their old friend General Alcazar and help him make a revolution against the dictator General Tapioca In the mean time, they also free Bianca Casta Fiore, who has been jailed by the Dictator as a way to attract out friends back to his country His plan to get our heroes killed falls asunder, and they take the opportunity of Carnival to render service to Alcazar, who thus regains power Maria Carmo,Lisbon, 20 January 2015.

    9. The whole series of Tintin is very entertaining, thrilling and full of adventures with engaging stories and funny characters My favorite is Captain Hadock

    10. Tintin and Captain Haddock read in the news that Bianca Castafiore, and the detectives Thomson and Thompson have been accused for treason and imprisoned in San Theodoros by Dictator Tapioca Our friends travel to the island to save their friends but Tapioca has plans A trap to get them killed

    11. Tintin adventures have been in print approximately 40 years The stories are fast moving in many different countries with a great cast of eccentric characters from the gruff sea captain to the hard of hearing genius and various friends along the way.Find Tintin and the Picaros at the Westminster Public Library.

    12. As the baby of the family I torn this one into pieces, as a result, when I grew up and learned to read by my own the remaining pieces left me wonder about the ending of the story Now I got to read it after 25 years and I have to say it s the best of the series It shows the circle of revolution in the militarist countries in a smart fun way and make you smile when it keeps reminding you how it can really be.

    13. I used to read Tintin when I was in grade school I saw the new movie and liked it a lot and decided to re read the Tintin series I still like like it.

    14. In Herg s last completed adventure featuring Belgium s favourite reporter, we are privy to witness the convoluted and ridiculously contrived mess as General Alcazar attempts to tie off some loose ends in his home country All I can say is that I m glad we at least have a fractured version of Alpha Art because I really didn t enjoy Tintin and the Picaros too much, especially as a finale The scope of this story was far too grand, and the content too mature that Herg is literally forced to censor hi [...]

    15. The second but last part of my big re read of the whole Tintin canon after decades I had not read this one before,.This is fittingly for the swansong the usual type of Tintin adventure involving a journey, villains, a jailbreak and it also has at least cameos of most supporting characters from the previous books.Odd to see Tintin with brown bell bottom jeans and a CND sticker on his crash helmet Also, the appearance of Tintin colleagues Asterix and Mickey Mouse.Verdict Not the best one, but quit [...]

    16. i completely forgot to update my reading status lmao i finished the comic ages ago and i forgot i was supposed to review it why am i lazy bum anyways leaving the self berating aside, i had a lot of fun reading this latest adventure and I ve discovered that the tintin experience for me is incomplete without the duo of tintin and haddock highly reccomended

    17. Full of excitement, action and adventure, this episode is just a masterpiece With General Alcazar starring in this part, the book is a complete creation

    18. Hadn t read a Tintin book in ages Not sure how why i fell in love with this series maybe need to read a few

    19. Dalam petualangan Tintin kali ini dikisahkan bahwa sahabatnya, Bianca Castafiore dan detektif kembar Dupont dan Dupon ditawan oleh Jenderal Tapioka saat mereka melakukan tur pertunjukan di San Theodoros Amerika Selatan Mereka dimasukkan dalam penjara atas tuduhan ingin melakukan makar terhadap pemerintahan yang sah.Mendengar hal tersebut, Kapten Handdock berencana menyelamatkan Castariofe, awalnya Tintin menolak ikut berangkat karena curiga bahwa ini adalah sebuah jebakan dari pemerintahan Jende [...]

    20. Strangely bloodless, and the pants What is with the brown jeans This last Tintin book is very much the work of atelier Herge I feel a bit cheated by how slick and professional the art is Now I am going to read it in French.

    21. TinTin et les Picaros by Herge.The story takes place in South America.The main character is Tintin and he lives with his family in the USA.The story began In the USA, Tintin and the Captain are going to South America to find the object robbed by the thief.A problem arose when Castafiore, a singer, was robbed of her jewels Next, Tintin and the Captain went to South America to help Castafiore find her jewels Then the Picaros trapped them in their village and put them in a box, to send them back ho [...]

    22. Tintin and the PicarosHerg 3 stars This book fills out the Book Blog Bingo Board category of A graphic novel not a comic This is quite a good book that has a good story line to it It is about the event of Bianca Castafiore being arrested in South America Tintin, Captain Haddock and Cuthbert Calculus then go to South America to save her While there they meet up with their friend, General Alcazar, who plans to use his men to take over the government and become president But all of General Alcazar [...]

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