Jaman saya mahasiswa tahun komik Tintin karangan Herge yang diterbitkan oleh Penerbit Indira. Ternyata Daftar buku terbitan bahasa Inggris. Flight is where Tintin was heading to Australia, but after landing at Sebuah buku komik yang saya baca ulang dalam bahasa Inggris. Film ini akan diedarkan di seluruh dataran Inggris dan negara-negara lainnya pada Spielberg pertama kali mendapatkan hak untuk memfilmkan komik ini.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Tintin by Michael Farr. Complete Companion by Michael Farr. An overview of the world famous comic character and of his adventures through the 23 titles of the complete oeuvre, the Complete Companion contextualizes Herge’s work replaces it in its historical period by showing side by side by side the drawings and the references used by the artist to est Tintin The Complete Companion starts where Tintin and the World of Herge stooped.
An overview of the world famous comic character and of his adventures through the 23 titles of the complete oeuvre, the Complete Companion contextualizes Herge’s work replaces it in its historical period by showing side by side by side the drawings and the references used by the artist to establish believable backgrounds and realistic details.
Also included are sketches, large number of sketches that Herge would rework and polish until he would fine the clearest, most easily readable line giving birth to a style that would later be called the Clear Line. While this book is clearly aimed at an older reading audience, its iconography and attractive layouts will also appeal to teen agers and young and old comic connoisseurs who are familiar with Tintin adventures Hardcoverpages.
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What is the Name of tinting canine companion? It’s a nickname of Herge’s first girlfriend. See 2 questions about Tintin…. Lists with This Book.
Tintin: Complete Companion
Jan 31, Maz rated it really liked it. This is obviously a top read for Tintin enthusiasts!
ingggris No one who likes Tintin is going to tell you otherwise! Michael Farr provides a detailed account of how each Tintin book titnin into being, and each chapter is dedicated to a particular title. Readers will love the numerous photos from Herge’s extensive archive, which served as the real-life inspiration for many of his drawings. Ever wanted to know what the Thompson Twins might’ve looked like in real life? Well look no further!
The only real This is obviously a top read for Tintin enthusiasts! The only real bahxsa are that Farr occasionally writes in the first person seemingly out of the blue and sometimes refers to various artefacts that do not appear in this particular book All in all, I came away with a renewed appreciation for Herge’s artistry, attention to detail and extreme dedication.
Tintin: Complete Companion by Michael Farr
I was amazed by how his own sense of personal wellbeing was so closely tied to his craft – to the point where what was going on with Tintin seemed to mirror his own inner struggles e. If anything, we realise how Herge was just as intriguing if not more so than his most famous creation. Mar 04, Helmut rated inggris it was amazing Shelves: Leider findet sich aber auch hier eine Fliege in der Suppe: Aug 04, Joakim Roos rated it it was amazing.
Underbar bok om en underbar serie. Bukan, bukan tentang cagub Bahaea mana yang akan kupilih, karena meski ikutan libur aku tidak berhak ikutan nyoblos, tapi tentang membeli buku ini atau tidak. Hari libur dadakan tidak membuatku libur belanja buku rutin hari Rabu ke Gramedia. Setelah mengambil manga yang baru terbit tumben banget sudah didisplay, biasanya masih numpuk di lantaiaku beranjak ke wilayah komik eropa untuk mencari Tanguy dan Laverdure terbaru.
Selain itu, sudah barang tentu aku juga mengoleksi 12 jilid seri Bahasq Character Book-nya Michael Farr. Jadi, kupikir wajar gintin kalau aku melengkapi koleksi dengan mengambil buku ini Melebihi batas psikologis harga yang kutolerir saat ini! Bukannya aku tidak pernah mengeluarkan uang lebih dari k untuk satu jilid buku sih seperti buku-buku hardcover impor macam Harry Potter dan The Lost Symbol, atau paket komik The Raid misalnyatapi tetap saja Pangeran Diponegoro dan Akhir Tatanan Lama bbahasa Jawa masuk daftar wish-list saja dulu dan siapa tahu ada yang mau ngasih kado buku-buku ini ;P Dengan penuh penyesalan, aku mengembalikan buku ini ke raknya tinin berlalu Tapi sepuluh menit kemudian aku kembali dan memasukkannya ke kantong belanjaan, dengan alasan mumpung komik yang terbit hari itu cuma sedikit.
Seperti halnya fitur behind the scenes memberikan gambaran tentang proses pembuatan film, buku ini mengungkap proses penyusunan dan latar belakang di balik 54 tahun petualangan Tintin, dari Tintin di Soviet sampai Tintin dan Alpha-Art yang tak terselesaikan itu. Pembahasan semua petualangan Tintin secara kronologis dan detail membuat kita mengikuti perkembangan Herge tiintin seorang kreator, dari seseorang yang masih terpengaruh prasangka umum seperti yang tampak pada karya-karya awal sampai pada seseorang yang sangat menitikberatkan pada riset dan akurasi.
Kita jadi memahami kmoik komik Tintin awal masih berbau rasis dan tidak berperikebinatangan, yang diakui oleh Herge sendiri sebagai “dosa masa muda”. Kita juga mengikuti perkembangan Herge sebagai storytellersehingga petualangan Tintin yang semula berupa kumpulan aksi sekenanya yang diciptakan secara mingguan menjadi lebih terstruktur dari waktu ke waktu.
Dan buatku yang selama ini hanya membaca Tintin tanpa pretensi apa-apa selain sebagai komik anak-anak, mengetahui latar belakang politis dan sejarah dari setiap jilidnya merupakan sebuah pencerahan knggris. Lotus Biru merupakan titik balik bagi Herge untuk memulai karya dengan riset yang mendalam tanpa terpengaruh prasangka umum yang berlaku di Eropa seperti karya-karya awalnya. Terbit pada awal tahun an, ceritanya paralel dengan kondisi Asia Timur saat itu: Kisah Tongkat Raja Ottokar sendiri memotret kondisi politik Eropa saat pembuatannya: Cerita Patung Kuping Belah dilatari kondisi yang masih relevan sampai saat ini: Membaca setiap inggria buku ini membuatku jadi ingin membaca ulang koleksi petualangan Tintin, berurutan secara kronologis, dan membacanya dengan kacamata yang berbeda.
Selain itu, mungkin ada keasyikan sendiri dengan mencoba mencari hal-hal kecil yang selama ini terlewatkan karena ketidaktahuan dan kurangnya perhatian pada detail: Jacobs, atau kojik Quick dan Flupke. Mungkin asyik juga mencoba membandingkan edisi hitam putih dan edisi berwarna Tintin di Kongo, untuk melihat bagaimana hasil revisi dari versi kolonialis menjadi versi yang kpmik halus, meskipun kadar rasisnya berkurang tapi masih tetap mampu membuat para pecinta lingkungan marah.
Titnin me, this book is worth the gahasa. Jul 28, Kerry rated it it was amazing. This is indeed an exhaustive companion volume to the body of work by Herge, and I thoroughly recommend it to anyone who has read, or intends to read, all of the Tintin series.
The discussions of how Herge built politics and accurate history into his stories, without being censored or jailed in occupied Belgium, are worth reading it for, as well as the excellent reproductions of various versions of some of the illustrations.
Of particular interest to English speakers will be the explanations of wh This is indeed an komij companion volume to the body of work by Herge, and I thoroughly recommend it to anyone who has read, or intends to read, all of the Tintin series.
Of particular interest to English speakers will be the explanations of bahasaa certain topics were elided or changed entirely, to bahasw the American publishing market in the koomik.
I also recommend reading the books in the french original texts, if you have the capacity. If for no other purpose in your life, this is a good reason to learn to speak and read french! Um livro interessante para os apaixonados do Tintin. Jan 18, Dominick rated it liked it Shelves: Interesting, loving, generally well-written, and copiously illustrated book covering mainly the Tintin series, though also including a lot of biographical detail about Herge. Farr manages to deal with each book without being too spoilery, though he has a tendency to be inggtis bit more worshipful than I might like, and perhaps at times to try to make loftier claims for the work than it can really support.
The most fastinating thing about the book is the wealth of illustrations, not only from the books Interesting, loving, generally well-written, and copiously illustrated book covering mainly the Tintin series, bwhasa also including a lot of biographical detail about Herge. The most fastinating thing about tibtin book is the wealth of illustrations, not only from the books but from Herge’s copious files–photos, sketches, and so on that tinfin as models, or rough drafts.
Jul 14, Marc Haegeman rated it it was amazing. A highly informative and well researched guide bahasw the world of Tintin. Beautifully illustrated and boasting the same format as the albums. Jan 04, David Dixon added it Shelves: Working the arts desk, I had no real pull with the front-of-the-book guys, but I was doing my best to make this one squirm.
The writer, a princely bullshitter who had stiffed me five weeks running, at last blurted, “Whatever happened to just listening to the music, man? Why do we always have to write about it? After witnessing a single Herculean effort in his first adventure, we never again see “the world’s best known boy reporter” attempt anything that could be misconstrued as newspaper work.
He is content to “just listen to the music,” which in his case means tramping around the world turning up conspiracies, getting into scrapes, and setting all aright. And his employer, Brussels children’s weekly Le Petit Vingtieme, is fine with it, having decided early on that it could afford to assign Tintin his nahasa Boswell, cartoonist Georges Remi.
Reversing his initials, Remi became Herge, sending his eternally youthful hero to such far-flung locales as Tibet, the Red Sea, and the Belgian Congo in 23 complete adventures, and launching a foray into the world of contemporary art in a story that remained unfinished inggriss his death in at the age of Even after Herge Studios, which produced the comic from on, was converted into the Herge Foundation, Tintin remained an industry unto himself.
Known in all corners of the globe, his exploits have been translated into more than 30 languages, from Afrikaans to Welsh, even Esperanto. Ideally, any journalist, and particularly the foreign correspondent, is a melding of two types, the adventurer and the drudge; the former goes out and finds the story, and the latter makes sure he’s gotten all the facts straight.
As a newspaperman’s fantasy, Tintin was all adventurer, and as perhaps the most accuracy-obsessed cartoonist ever, Herge was all drudge.
Resentments were bound to mount up, and Herge once produced a drawing depicting Tintin as stern taskmaster, scowling and brandishing a cat-o’-nine-tails as the cartoonist struggled to meet a deadline.
Much is made of this scenario by British journalist Michael Farr, who has produced what promises to be “the first book to explore the sources in real life of all the Tintin adventures. Farr goes through the series one at a time, comparing serialized black-and-white versions with later color retellings, dutifully logging secondary characters’ appearances and ransacking Herge’s voluminous files for the sources of his drawings.
The Complete Companion” is beautifully produced and lavishly illustrated, and it answers a lot of questions, including some you’d never think to ask. But the book is thwarted in its quest to be both Herge bio and Tintin atlas by Farr’s mammoth appetite for minutiae and pedestrian grasp of structure, which drain virtually all of the life out of the enterprise. As soon as I track down a couple of the harder-to-find volumes and complete my set, I plan on re-reading Tintin from the beginning, and Farr’s book will be on my bedside table, ready with the introductions.
But I no more recommend reading it straight through than I would the encyclopedia. Tintin fans are so hungry for literary companionship, however, that we’ll willingly share the company of a bore. Although the bibliography on Herge and his most famous creation is extensive, almost all of it remains in the original French.
With the field so thin, Farr’s knowledgeable, albeit tedious, effort is welcome. An Illustrated History,” was translated by Farr–a fact he apparently does not wish to advertise, perhaps because its book-by-book intertwining of biography and textual examination constitutes a virtual blueprint for his own work.