Les Aventures de Tintin #7 [1965 edition] - L'Ile Noire
(1965)

Casterman, 1934 Series
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Indicia / Colophon Publisher
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Editing
Norbert Wallez

Issue Notes

Revised edition of the 1943 edition, re-drawn by Bob de Moor and re-colored by Studio Herge.

L'Ile Noire (Table of Contents)

Tintin / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Georges Rémi [as Hergé]
Inks
Georges Rémi [as Hergé]
Colors
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Letters
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Genre
humour (humor); aventure (adventure)
Characters
Tintin; Snowy
Reprints

L'Ile Noire (Table of Contents: 1)

Tintin / comic story / 62 pages (report information)

Script
Georges Rémi [as Hergé]
Pencils
Georges Rémi [as Hergé]; Bob de Moor
Inks
Georges Rémi [as Hergé]; Bob de Moor
Colors
Studio Herge
Letters
Georges Rémi [as Hergé]

Genre
humour (humor); aventure (adventure)
Characters
Tintin; Snowy; the two detectives
Synopsis
Tintin and Snowy fight a gang of forgers based on a Scottish island.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

The story was revised to more up-to-date with the 1960s and with more Scottish sounding names. Also the whiskey brand Loch Lomond is used.

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Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. L'Ile Noire
    Tintin
  2. 1. L'Ile Noire
    Tintin
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  • Gregory Fischer
  • Per Sandell
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