Tintin may refer to:

  • The Adventures of Tintin, a series of classic comic books by Hergé
    • Tintin (character)
    • The Adventures of Tintin (film), a 2011 film by Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson
    • The Adventures of Tintin (TV series), a 1991–1992 TV series
    • The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (video game)
    • Tintin (magazine), a 1946–1993 magazine
    • Hergé's Adventures of Tintin, a 1959–1963 TV series
  • TinTin++, a MUD client
  • Tin Tin (band), a 1960s–1970s pop group
  • Tin-Tin Kyrano, a Thunderbirds character
  • Tin Tin, a musical group featuring Stephen Duffy
  • Tin-Tin, a The Crow character

Other articles related to "tintin":

Tin Tin++
... TinTin++ is a MUD client primarily written for Unix-like systems ... clients in existence and a successor of the TINTIN client ... TINTIN stands for "The kIckiN Tickin dIkumud clieNt" ...
List Of Books About Tintin - Books in English
... Tintin and the World of Hergé by Benoit Peeters (1983) Herge and Tintin, Reporters by Philippe Goddin (1986) Tintin, 60 Years of Adventure by Michael Farr (1989) Tintin, Herge and his Creation by Harry ... A novel that transplants Tintin from his comic book confines into a fleshed out, realistic world with all its wicked, grave and abstruse trappings ... Lichtenstein who used his hallmark Benday-dot technique to depict Tintin and Snowy in a near-miss with a would-be assassin's knife ...
Studios Hergé - Works of The Studios - Albums - The Adventures of Tintin
... on the Moon (1954) The Calculus Affair (1956) The Red Sea Sharks (1958) Tintin in Tibet (1960) The Castafiore Emerald (1963) Flight 714 (1968) Tintin and the Picaros (1976 ...
Settings In The Adventures Of Tintin - Asia
... British mandate of Raj Bombay Cigars of the Pharaoh New Delhi Tintin in Tibet Singapore Singapore The Blue Lotus (The SS Ranchi passed through it) Nepal Katmandu Tintin in Tibet China Shangai The ...
Studios Hergé - History - The Story of The "gag Page"
... in December 1965, the two main collaborators Bob de Moor and Jacques Martin created a fake page of Tintin, completely in the style of the master, which they sent to the Swiss weekly magazine L'Illustré ... It was published there as an extract from the next Tintin adventure ... to be more involved in the creation of the adventures of Tintin ...