By Hergé

In The Blue Lotus (1936), as he chases drug traffickers all the way to China, Tintin meets a young Chinese boy who will help him get rid of all his prejudices. Rastapopoulos will reveal himself as a ferocious enemy and Tintin will in fact meet him again later…
Hergé, constantly improving his story telling and drawing techniques, will give primary importance to scenario and documentation. His quest for authenticity shows throughout, and he judges without any complacency the expansionist politics of Japan in its devastating conflict with China.
Tintin’s ongoing battle against the traffickers takes him to China where he meets Chang. Chang is Hergé’s friend in real life. This is he who helped Hergé to prepare this adventure where Tintin will need determination, audacity and intelligence to evade all the traps set on his road.

EGMONT BOOKS | 64 pgs | Colour | 222mm x 280mm | A4 | Softcover | ISBN / UPC/ EAN/ PRODUCT CODE: 9781405206167

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