As much as people around the globe dig Hergé's classic Tintin comics, not even the pedigree of director Steven Spielberg, producer Peter Jackson and writers Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish can fully sell Tintin fans on historically creepy-looking motion capture CG animation. MSN's
Fans have had a lot to think about since the initial trailer for Steven Spielberg's 3D, CG animated, motion capture adaptation of Hergé's beloved Tintin, The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, arrived online. It's not just that folks are having a hard time shaking the creepy realism/totally not realism dichotomy of the film's visual style, i
Theme sketchbooks? Are great. Rather than going to conventions and getting random drawings of any old thing from your favorite creators, some comics fans make theme sketchbooks, where they ask all the artists to sketch something from the same specific category
If you think the racist caricatures in "Tin Tin in the Congo" are the only time the classic Belgian comic has strayed into the darker realms, you're forgetting about the time Tin Tin shot a monkey, put on its skin, and then walked around trying to speak to other monkeys while still dressed in its bloody pelt -- hoping that this disguise would prevent him from "arousing his suspicions."You'