The Tintin Collection for £36 @ Amazon
The Tintin Collection for £36 @ Amazon

The Tintin Collection for £36 @ Amazon

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- Black Friday deal
- Dropped from £120 on Amazon but could have been found for much cheaper in other stores. Great price now at £36.
- Hardcover

Hergé’s classic comic book creation Tintin is one of the most iconic characters in children’s books. These highly collectible editions of the original 23 adventures will delight Tintin fans old and new. Perfect for lovers of graphic novels, mysteries and historical adventures.


so tempted... though its not quite "complete"

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so tempted... though its not quite "complete"

Indeed, Tintin in the Congo is missing

i already have most Tin Tin books from "back in the day" packed away in a box somewhere.... though some were ex library ones, and some were similar "compact multiversions with 4 in" but i know i didnt have a complete collection... back when their rrp was £1.75 and £1.99 .. lol!

Edited by: "neosalad" 22nd Nov 2016

full size?

I prefer the Teesside TinTin myself
check it out on YouTube

I have this collection. after a complete collection for Asterix and Obelix but haven't found a good deal on that.

Small version hard to read

We bought the blue version of this a couple of years ago on Black Friday for our then 8 year old. It was a great way to get him reading more (and more challenging stuff) and he still revisits them quite often, as do I. Great pack and it is really not that difficult to read the smaller print, the loss is actually more in the visuals. Still great quality though.

I bought this last year and sold it almost straight away - the small size doesn't suit the books at all. The books are drawn to fit a certain size. Still, a good price for the whole set if you don't mind the cramped format.

I'm disappointed this isn't called "The Tintin tin" and comes in a tin.
Missed a beat there, lads.

£48.99 now.

Is there actually a full-sized Tintin box set/collection out there?
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