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After several years of a certain lack of ideas, all data indicate that this new album of Tintin have been one of the best: the positivism of stroke and his enthusiasm, indicates that Hergé had achieved a consistent theme for the story.

Tintin and Alph-Art ends with a vignette in which the wicked take Tintin pointing it in the back with a gun. It might seem obvious that any saved Tintin, having finished the story. However, several data suggest that really could not have been this: the testimony of those close to Hergé and the fact that Hergé consult a friend if I could do that Tintin died on the terrace of his house, point to a unusual end ...

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