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  • Title: L'Affaire Tournesol
  • Author: Hergé
  • ISBN: 9782203001176
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Un soir d orage, il se passe des v nements tranges au ch teau de Moulinsart Des verres, des fen tres et des vases se brisent sans raison apparente Le ph nom ne trange va jusqu briser les vitres d une voiture passant devant la grille Quelques jours plus tard, Tournesol doit partir pour Gen ve afin d assister un congr s de physique nucl aire D s lors le ph nom ne sUn soir d orage, il se passe des v nements tranges au ch teau de Moulinsart Des verres, des fen tres et des vases se brisent sans raison apparente Le ph nom ne trange va jusqu briser les vitres d une voiture passant devant la grille Quelques jours plus tard, Tournesol doit partir pour Gen ve afin d assister un congr s de physique nucl aire D s lors le ph nom ne s arr te et plus aucun verre ne se brise Tr s vite Tintin et Haddock font la relation entre les verres cass s et Tournesol Tintin et Haddock d cident donc d aller voir dans le laboratoire de Tournesol Ils y trouvent une dr le de machine, ainsi que de nombreux d bris de verre confirmant leur hypoth se Mais ce moment ils sont bouscul s par un homme trange, qui s chappe mais qui laisse derri re lui un paquet de cigarettes sur lequel est inscrit le nom de l h tel o doit descendre Tournesol.
    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


    Ahmad Sharabiani
    L'Affaire Tournesol (Tintin #18), Hergéتاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1975 میلادیعنوان: ماجراهای تن تن و میلو : ماجرای تورنسل؛ هرژه؛ مترجم: خسرو سمیعی؛ تهران، یونیورسال، 1354، در 64 ص؛ عنوان دیگر : ماجراهای کلکولوس؛ موضوع: داستانهای کمیک قرن 20 مماجراهای تورنسل هیجدهمین کتاب از این سری مصور رنگی ست. نسخه اص [...]

    I've read ALL the Tintin comics (as well as watched the movie) and I'm a huge fan. :) The characters are awesome, each plot unique, and the villains: unforgettable. A great read for all ages, and the best written comics I have ever seen. For history nerds, mystery solvers, and adventurers alike. A must-read for EVERYONE!!! :D

    Strange things are happening at Captain Haddock's estate at Marlinspike.Thugs are up to something, and all the glass is mysteriously exploding.Soon Tintin and the Captain discover that Professor Calculus had been kidnapped.Their investigation leads them to Switzerland and then to Borduria, ruled by the iron grip of the Stalinist Kurvi Tasch regime.The Bordurians, it turns, out have kidnapped the Professor, to develop nuclear weapons and thus enable them to attain world domination.This is quite e [...]

    پرهیجان شروغ می‌شود و در ادامه با دزدیدن پروفسور کلکولس ماجرای جالبی شکل می‌گیرد. به نظرم تکنیک بالایی دارد و ایرادش این است که هرژه شتاب‌زده تمامش می‌کند. این هم البته احتمالا به علت محدودیت چاپ یا چیزی شبیه آن بوده.

    Sam Quixote
    Professor Calculus invents a sonic machine that shatters china and glass but, if developed and fall into the wrong hands, could topple cities and devastate Earth! When Calculus visits Geneva he is kidnapped by Bordurians (a made up country that is Soviet-like) and its up to Tintin and Captain Haddock to save the day! I read this when I was a kid and recently came across this at the library and decided to have a look at it again, nostalgia being what it is. What surprised me the most from this bo [...]

    Harish Kumar Challapalli
    Another adventure!! Thoroughly enjoyed the entire episode!! A perfect blend of adventure and comic relief with a new character!!Titin is as usual at his best!! Nothing holmes style!! Snowy is as adorable as always!! Captain Haddock's comedy when he is irritated always evoke laughter!! The detective twins has got a lesser role!! Calculus role is minor though the plot revolves around him!! The adventure is more scientific!! After the exploration of moon, this involves a bit of science!!On the whol [...]

    Maria Carmo
    Incredible adventure in which Tournesol is kidnapped and Tintin and Captain Haddock travel to Borduer and Syldavia to try and rescue him! Maria Carmo,Lisbon, 18 January 2015.

    David Sarkies
    The absurdity of the spy thriller22 February 2012 Tintin is one of those series of books that you read one and wonder how Herge is going to be able to top it, and sure enough he comes along with a comic that pretty much tops all of the previous ones that he has written. Unfortunately, as the bar gets raised, it becomes more and more difficult to exceed expectations. This, I believe, is the case with The Calculus Affair. Some have suggested that the Calculus Affair is the beginning of the final s [...]

    Padahal temanya serieus, secara soal perebutan senjata ultrasonik yang bisa jadi bakal dipake untuk pembunuhan massal, tapi isinya koplak nian. Hahaha(view spoiler)[Haha pertama. Adegan salah telepon Moulinsart dengan Fillets sampai berkali-kali itu emang ngeselin, sih. Aku bisa ngerti perasaan Nestor (tabahkan hatimu, Pak Nestor *urut-urut dada*). Tapi kemudian, ngga disangka-sangka ternyata Fillets malah jadi penyelamat Lakmus pada percobaan penculikan pertama ketika keluar dari Moulinsart. Pa [...]

    BY THE WHISKERS OF KURVI-TASCH! The Calculus Affair is upto its neck in action. It is set mostly in Captain Haddock's mansion Marlinspike, Geneva and two imaginary Balkan countries - Borduria and Syldavia. Professor Calculus discovers a weapon which can destroy cities with sound waves. Two competing Balkan nations try to kidnap him with the hope of extracting the secrets of the weapon. Tintin and Captain Haddock are hot in pursuit to save their friend from the spooks and the sadistic Generals. A [...]

    Kevin J.J. Carpenter
    There’s something to be said about Hergé’s particular style of storytelling. It’s not just contrived, it’s so mind-numbingly convenient that you find your cynicism somewhat nullified that inevitably allows your suspension of disbelief to take over. These stories are crafted in such a simplistic and rather pedestrian fashion that you stop thinking about the chain of events and the tangential way they link together, and just enjoy the fascinating vignettes themselves. Is this intentional? [...]

    After the storm and the thunders strange phenomena are happening at Captain Haddock's house, as mirrors, vases, glasses are exploding without reason. Someone shots in the garden, an insurance seller comes to the house and suddenly Professor Calculus is kidnapped. Of course Captain, Tintin and Snowy tries to find him but are getting in trouble as usual!In this issue Snowy is obsessive with the Professor's Calculus umbrella. Snowy picks up, and run with it, climb down the stairs, carries it around [...]

    My review as published in Tintin Books.There's a vague consensus amongst fans and critics that "The Calculus Affair" is Herge's greatest creation. Well, in some ways that's true, but things aren't perhaps quite as clear cut.The plot is really quite simple: Calculus invents a new technology with possible weapons applications; he is kidnapped by agents from Syldavia and/or Borduria; his friends must save him. It's the plot of Prisoners of the Sun set in the richer locale of King Ottokar’s Sceptr [...]

    The Tintin stories for anyone who has read them and understands their history can't be viewed as anything other than groundbreaking. The beginnings of these stories have been around as long as the Lord of the Rings, the illustration and environments in the Tintin books are accurate and extremely detailed. Anyone who has spent even a little time exploring Herge (Georges Remi) can see the painstaking research and adversity he worked through to compose the world around Tintin. His ideas were ahead [...]

    Michael Gerald
    One of the best Tintin adventures, Tintin is again swept into a case of mystery and intrigue in another fictional, Balkan-like country, which is a satire on the Soviet Union. Herge draws again on historical events, as Tintin tackles a Stalinist country's theft of a secret technology that can be made into a devastating weapon of mass destruction.

    Hey! Guess what ? Another Tintin book and yes I have read this five times already. I always like to re read it because there is more military activity than in the other books. The adventure is as always full of twist and turns and chases. Calculus is sought by many countries and in popular demand!

    the art is so lovely, the lettering perfect. the plot is pretty silly, but the cold war/Balkan details are clever and wry. I enjoy the story and characters much less as an adult than as a kid, but my wonder and appreciation of the beauty of the art and design is greater.

    David W.
    A Tintin adventure in the Cold War era. Despite set in fictional countries, Hergé did brilliantly in capturing the zeitgeist of arms races and espionage.

    من واقعا عاشق و دلباخته‌ي کاپیتان‌م!دلم هم خیلی براش می‌سوزه:دی

    Hannah Walsh
    So much fun! My younger brother has been telling me for ages that I need to read a Tintin book - I can see why he loves them so much. Very funny and clever.

    Wesam Karam
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    From BBC Radio 4 Extra:Professor Calculus has a narrow escape at home - then disappears on a visit to Switzerland.Are you bored? Then just read a Tintin book, you won't regret.

    Love the made up Eastern European countries . . . by the whiskers of Kurvi Taasch.

    Nikhil Dutta
    This is the first Tintin book I ever read and I really enjoyed it. It moves at a breakneck pace and keeps you engrossed. Perfect Saturday afternoon read.

    Augusto Bernardi
    I was genuinely baffled with the mystery in this comic. It seems Herge stuck to the basics of a good story and it worked nicely. It had mystery, action, car chases, some comedy(without offering it with the 2 police brothers or Dr calculus) and the same classic characters we know and like. I thought that the drawing design and panel composition also got better in this volume for example when the crowd of reporters wait outside the captain's mansion and I thought all the vehicles looked more detai [...]

    Mike Jensen
    OK, I get it. Hergé's books are quirky as Hell. If you love the quirks, you love the books. If you hate the quirks, you hate the books. I hate the quirks. I do not fault Hergé for using a storytelling style that I do not like and others love. I fault him for the many, many, many coincidences that substitute for a plot in this book. Remove every coincidence and you have a premise instead of a plot. That is pretty sad.

    The Calculus Affair begins as a pure bore; the first 15-20 pages are an absolute chore to finish, populated by annoying characters, and events that barely have a connection to the remainder of the yarn. Thankfully, the rest of the adventure is a pure delight, with car chases, tanks, evil Europeans and an on-running gag with sticky-tape, that gets me to this day. I implore you to get past the first 15 pages, because when the story revs its engines and takes off, it never slows. 4/5

    Tom Loock
    Part 18 of my big re-read of the whole Tintin-canon after decades I had not read this one before (or can't remember if I did), and I quite like it. The story takes place mostly in Switzerland and Borduria (a fictitious place holder for a country behind the Iron Curtain) and has a cinematic feel to it - even the slapstick scenes like the wandering plaster. Verdict: Among the better Tintins.

    Bob Schmitz
    In my post Trump funk and looking for humorous books to read at bed time I pulled this off my son's shelf where it sits after being given to him by a friend in HS. Never read a Tin Tin book. Apparently this is one of Hergé's best. I found it amusing. Drawings are great and the characters absurd and the plot interesting. Lots of metaphors, plays on names and slapstick comedy. No great literature here for me however. Maybe if I read it again I would get more.

    Slow Man
    Oh, Signor Castafiore has made a brief appearance once again in this episode. The ancient mariner and the young reporter are trying to save Professor Calculus with his invention that could be used for war purposes.

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