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Tintin Goes to Paris (Part 1)
'Valentine's Day…' Yan thought as she looked through the glass display case at the front of the shop. After a moment she found and bought a box of chocolates, having the owner specially tie a blue bow on it and paying the extra 50 eurocents for it.
"I hope he likes these Snowy," Yan said to the little white dog as they stepped out of the chocolate shop down the street. She placed the boxed cherry centered Belgian chocolate truffle on top of the bag of ink and paper that Tintin had asked her to get for his typewriter while he tried to repair it. She smiled to herself and her cheeks went pink when she imagined what Tintin would say when she gave the chocolates to him.
She took a deep breath and sighed, she liked how quiet and sleepy early mornings in Brussels were during the summer. The air was crisp and cool, unlike the blazing afternoon. Yan stopped near a small park not far from Tintin's apartment and looked at the light of the sun breaking through the shade the tree leaves pro
Tintin: The Sinner of Satchsweet IVChapter Four: Scheduled for Demolition, No Trespassing!
Tintin's childhood house surely was visible from Marlinspike, but it took them almost half an hour to get there. When Tintin, Snowy, and Haddock were on their way to the reporter's childhood house, the two men were excited. About the terrier, he was actually a bit lazy for an adventure today. He preferred to sleep in his room, relaxing himself along with the day's cloudy weather.
Tintin really wanted to show his childhood house to his best friend, although there was nothing to be proud of the battered house. Meanwhile, Haddock was really curious of where the boy was raised in his childhood.
"According to your instructions, we're here," Haddock announced. Tintin smiled broadly and looked up to the house. And then, words died in his mouth. Without a word, he suddenly rushed out the car, followed by a shocked Snowy.
"Blue blistering barnacles!" Haddock shouted, hurriedly rushed out the car. "What on earth...?" His words stoppe
Tintin: Past, Present, and Future IPAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
People said that teenage girls were the most unstable people in the world. They were emotional and uncontrollable; they even could turn from a girl next door into a rebellious punk. Well, at least it was her boyfriend who said that.
Her? Who were we talking about?
Well, we were talking about Dorothy.
Dorothy? Dorothy who?
No surnames. Only Dorothy, a girl who lived in a 'port city' of Britain, named Liverpool. She was a girl whose friends mostly were boys. A girl who liked to sneak into the port to see her late father working since she was a little kid.
But her closest friend was a boy named Archibald Haddock. He was a stubborn and rude young man, but Dorothy liked him nonetheless. She lived together with her father, until he died when she was ten. Archie had asked her to live with him and his family, but she refused and lived with her neighbour instead. Her neighbour was a kind woman who couldn't have children, so her appearanc
House of Terror (help)So it's almost Halloween and it reminds me of an old Tintin halloween special fiction of a friend which was never been finished. Here I was wondering is there anyone could finished this Tintin fiction for me? Of cause you won't do it for free, I'm willing to do some serious drawing for you as paid. Well maybe the paid will depend on how many words, like 1000 for one full-colored, with simple background drawing, and 2000 for two I guess.
Here's the unfinished fiction I wish to be done-
so if you can finish this fiction for me, please comment below or note me
Btw happy moon festival to you guys!!!
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