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The Crab with the Golden Claws

The Crab with the Golden Claws

The Crab with the Golden Claws (French:Le Crabe aux pinces d'or) is the ninth of The Adventures...

Les Cigares du Pharaon, c.1934 Posters by Hergé (Georges Rémi) at AllPosters.com

Tintin au Tibet, c.1960

Les Cigares du Pharaon, c.1934 Posters by Hergé (Georges Rémi) at AllPosters.com

Rrrroh Tintin !! Quand même ! C'est Tournesol qui va prendre cher !

Rrrroh Tintin !! Quand même ! C'est Tournesol qui va prendre cher !

Tintin and Snowy (The Adventures of Tintin)

Tintin and Snowy (The Adventures of Tintin)

Art inspired by Tintin and Professor Calculus • Herge, Tintin et moi

Art inspired by Tintin and Professor Calculus • Herge, Tintin et moi

The Crab with the Golden Claws is best known for introducing Tintin's best friend and one of the series' most memorable characters: Captain "Blistering Barnacles" Haddock. As Tintin is investigating a mysterious can of crab and a drowned sailor, he meets Haddock, a "miserable wretch" who's being kept in ample alcohol so his insidious first mate, Allan, can run a drug operation.

The Crab with the Golden Claws is best known for introducing Tintin's best friend and one of the series' most memorable characters: Captain "Blistering Barnacles" Haddock. As Tintin is investigating a mysterious can of crab and a drowned sailor, he meets Haddock, a "miserable wretch" who's being kept in ample alcohol so his insidious first mate, Allan, can run a drug operation.

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