King Ottokar's Sceptre

The classic graphic novel Tintin meets Professor Alembick, an expert with a very rare royal seal in his collection the seal of King Ottokar the IV of Syldavia Tintin joins the professor on his trip to this foreign land, but can the Professor be trusted
King Ottokar s Sceptre The classic graphic novel Tintin meets Professor Alembick an expert with a very rare royal seal in his collection the seal of King Ottokar the IV of Syldavia Tintin joins the professor on his trip to

  • Title: King Ottokar's Sceptre
  • Author: Hergé
  • ISBN: 9780316358316
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
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    Hergé

    Georges Prosper Remi 22 May 1907 3 March 1983 , better known by the pen name Herg , was a Belgian comics writer and artist.His best known and most substantial work is The Adventures of Tintin comic book series, which he wrote and illustrated from 1929 until his death in 1983, leaving the twenty fourth Tintin adventure Tintin and Alph Art unfinished His work remains a strong influence on comics, particularly in Europe He was inducted into the Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2003.Series on The Adventures of Tintin Quick Flupke The adventures of Jo, Zette and Jocko

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    • Sam Quixote said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      King Ottokar’s Sceptre is one of only two Tintin books I surprisingly never read as a kid (the other being In the Land of the Soviets) and, having read it now, I can say I didn’t miss out on anything back then! Set in the fictional country of Syldavia (I think it’s based on Albania), if the King doesn’t brandish his sceptre on St Vladimir’s Day, he must step down - and some nefarious neighbouring country is sending agents to steal the sceptre for just that to happen! Tintin stumbles ac [...]

    • Brendon Schrodinger said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      In usual Tintin style everything is set up by mere coincidence. Tintin finds a briefcase in his local park that belongs to a Professor of sigillograpy, the study of seals - the stampy kind, not the animals. The Professor os travelling to the Eastern European country of Sylvia to study royal seals and Tintin accompanies him on the trip. But what happens when there is a theft of the royal sceptre? Only Tintin, Thomson and Thompson can save the day, albeit with a lot of screw ups and a lot of narro [...]

    • Ahmad Sharabiani said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Le sceptre d'Ottokar=King Ottokar’s Sceptre (Tintin #8), Hergéعنوان: عصای اسرارآميز مجموعه شش جلدی از ماجراهای تن تن خبرنگار جوان 2؛ شامل: جزیره سیاه؛ عصای سحرآمیز؛ خرچنگ چنگال طلایی؛ ستاره اسرارآمیز؛ راز کشتی اسب شاخدار؛ گنج راکهام سرخپوش؛ شش جلد در یک مجلد؛ در سریال ناشر ایرانی از جلدهای هفت تا دواز [...]

    • Maria Carmo said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      These adventure get more and more funny King Ottokar's Scepter recovery had a main role for Milu! But in order to find out which exactly, you will have to read the book! Tin-tin goes on in his globe trotter activities, where he is also forced to face danger and malevolence And our already customary friends, the Dupond and Dupont, continue to be completely absent minded, falling over and tripping all over the place and never understanding things at first sightMaria Carmo,Lisbon, 7 January 2015.

    • Alireza said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      از خوب های تن تن است. هم معقول شروع می شود، هم معماهای جذاب زیاد دارد واشارات سیاسی مناسبی هم در آن گنجانده شده.

    • David Sarkies said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Our first journey into Syldavia5 February 2012 There have been some who have suggested that this album is where Tintin is finally developed, though as I have suggested, I consider that album to be the Cigars of the Pharaoh. This album though develops a number of elements that are going in reappear in later albums, the most important being the country of Syldavia, as well as introducing the Milanese Nightingale, Bianca Castafiore. Syldavia is a fictional country that Herge developed, and I suspec [...]

    • itchy said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      thompson and thomson steal the ending

    • Gary said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      irst published in French in 1939, and written at the time that Europe was under the thumb of totalitarianism: Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin.Tintin is taken through a sequence of strange vents to the mythical Kingdom of Syldavia, which we learn much about in this book. The drawings and information which bring this country to life : a combination between Zenda and Albania , are amazing .A plot by Fascists based in neighboring Borduria is hatched to unseat King Muskar, involving the seizure of the [...]

    • Harish Kumar Challapalli said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Interesting book!! Very nicely narrated!! The book has some stuff which is not needed!! It gives some boredom feeling to the reader! The plot begins to unfold slowly but it can be guessed quite well by a regular reader!!Certainly not the best of the franchise but a good read is definitely assured!!

    • Ashley Capes said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      I felt Ottokar’s Sceptre was ‘only’ good rather than great.It’s not that there are any clear faults – and we’re treated to another absent-minded professor, as Herge continued to warm up for Calculus’ eventual appearance – but the adventure was missing some tension for me. It might have been a case of expectations not quite being met, as I wanted a little more depth to the mystery of how the sceptre is stolen I think, more detail to that plot.The premise I really enjoyed – the t [...]

    • Desiree Koh said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      When I was a little kid, I owned every Tintin comic book adventure and I read all of them, then re-read them all over again, laughing at the same jokes and used "Billions of bilious blue blistering barnacles" as my curse-phrase.I am exploring the world of Tintin again after my Belgian jaunt, in the homeland of the artist Herge and where comics are highly regarded as literature. Beneath each vividly drawn and colored panel is a moral about the way the world lived in 1950.In this chapter, Herge cr [...]

    • Anuradha Alwis said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      If my memory is correct this is the first TinTin book I read. I still can remember being lost within the pages of this book as a small child (I think I couldn't even read then). I loved the part when TinTin's plane was shot down and snowy walking down the red carpet majestically with the sceptre held in its mouth.

    • Biondatina said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Tintin get again in trouble after finding a briefcase on a bench in the gardens. Tintin thinks that the main character Professor to whom the briefcase belonged, was kidnapping and the one Tintin accompanied to the mythical Balkan country is a clone. After a rough landing, getting in prison, falling in a trap, getting in trouble multiple times he investigates the robbery of King's sceptre. My favorite scenes the one's with Snowy, especially when it walks on red carpet with the sceptre held in its [...]

    • Tom Loock said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Part 8 of my (intended) big re-read of the whole Tintin-canon after decades I had read this one before - and enjoyed it maybe even more than the first time around because of the info found in Michael Farr's excellent 'Tintin - The Complete Companion' which I am reading parallel to the Tintin-books.In this case Farr makes a good case to show how Hergé uses fictitious countries (in 1938) to comment on the volatile political situation and pretty much predicts the German attack on Poland by means o [...]

    • Mike Jensen said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Another enjoyable but ultimately disappointing adventure with Tintin. There are essentially three problems with this tale. The story is a cliché, the bumbling comic figures are not amusing and are a distraction since they barely figure in the plot, and an adventure this big needs more telling. More time was needed away from Tintin to show what was happening in other places with other characters for this tale to reach its potential. On the plus side are a likeable style and some really lovely ar [...]

    • Santhosh said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Oh for the good ol' times of visa-less travel!! Especially to made-up East European countries.The plot is more mystery solving. Bianca Castafiore is a riot. Snowy starts playing a more prominent role as Tintin's sidekick. The rest is predictably, coincidentally, stumbly, Tintin!

    • Pinko Palest said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Δίνει εντυπωσιακά την ατμόσφαιρα του μεσοπολέμου και της επέκτασης της Γερμανίας σε βάρος των γειτόνων της. Δεν έχει όμως το σουρεαλιστικά παιχνιδιάρικο ύφος άλλων έργων της πρώτης εποχής (Πούρα του Φαραώ, το Σπασμένο Αυτί) και στέκεται με υπερβολικά πολύ σεβασμό στον βασ [...]

    • Michael Gerald said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      In this book, Tintin is swept into an intriguing case in a mythical Balkan-like country. The adventure is also a satire on fascism, as Herge takes a swipe on Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union for their aggression and bellicose behavior in those days.

    • Ana said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Primeiro livro de Tintin lido na sua versão original, uma experiência que irei certamente repetir. Sempre gostei destas aventuras, e depois desta experiência, fiquei ainda com mais vontade de ler (e reler) os restantes livros desta coleção.

    • Pilar Erika said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      A good translation into Swedish from the original French edition.

    • Nabila Tabassum Chowdhury said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      এই বইয়ে এক ফোঁটাও এমন কিছু নাই যেটা আমি অপছন্দ করেছি। :)

    • Jess Newman said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      The first half of this book could be called "The many captures and escapes of TinTin"- it's basically a sequence of the young protagonist falling into one trap after another and getting out of it through a lucky stroke more than anything to do with his brains. The story picks up eventually once he finally gets to Syldavia, a fictional pastiche of Poland and Turkey which is rather interesting, and examined in detail for historic parallels in the version of the story that I have. The conspiratoria [...]

    • Pilar Benito Gonzales said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Regresé! xDMe faltó postear este review el mismo día que lo terminé y fue el mismo día que lo inicie ><Como es usual, nuestro intrépido periodista Tintin y su fiel compañero Milu, se encuentran con un extraño profesor que estudia sellos, de los cuales tiene uno que tiene una historia particular sobre un cetro de Ottokar. En el que se cuenta que todos los descendientes que tienen el cetro, van a reinar y quien lo pierda, abdica. En ese momento, en la ciudad, un grupo esta intentando [...]

    • Prasidh Ramson said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      When Tintin returns a briefcase, belonging to a sigilographer (an expert on historical seals), little did he know that he'd find himself in a thrilling adventure that leads him to Syldavia, where the Royal Sceptre is in the centre of espionage, political intrigue, and a potential coup d'état. Action packed and engaging, I enjoyed the detailed world building and storytelling, especially the fictitious (and fractious) history of the Kingdom Of Syldavia and the monarchy. The drawings of the mounta [...]

    • Analese said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      I know I read all of these at some point; I remember checking them out from the SB Bookmobile when I was young. The Bookmobile used to park on our street and I was allowed to walk down the street to check out books. Not one of Tintin's greatest adventures, but always a good read. Missed the Captain in this one.

    • Eniko Rozsa said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Fun Tinin book, where he is going after the mystery of happening in the fictional country of Syldavia (immediately Albania comes to mind) The adventure is also a satire on fascism, as Herge takes a swipe on Nazi Germany grappling Europe.

    • Engel Dreizehn said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      It may be old but still has it's charm. Impressed by the extensive country-culture building behind Syldavia itself including it's history + cultural feel, and how it all plays into the narrative. Plus the comedy antics of Thomson and Thompson is just hilarious to watch.

    • Markku Kesti said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Onhan nämä, mutta ei se uusiksi piirtäminen ja tarinan iskevöittäminen näille mitenkään pahaa tehnyt imo.

    • Brian Richards said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Tintin in Slovakia

    • Kapil said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:03 AM

      Excellent plot! No one suspects much that that "Professor Alembick" is just a stunt double. Awesome story!!!!!!!!!

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