Lovecraftian Tintin adventures

cc5203223fe766c426332abee9c40d02.jpg I'd love to read the H.P. Lovecraft-Tintin crossovers behind the covers expertly painted by Murray Groat. UPDATE: Murray adds that these aren't for sale as Hergé/Moulinsart S.A.'s rights apply. "I am getting alot of print requests by email, which is nice, but I have to sadly tell each and everyone of them that I cannot."


    1. Yes. Yes you should.

      However, it doesn’t make the South Park nor Tintin versions less hilarious, so it’s all good. :)

  1. “Blistering Barnacles Tintin! If I am mad, it is mercy! May the gods pity the man who in his callousness can remain sane to the hideous end”

  2. A real book you can read (though out of print and costly) is P.H Cannon’s “Scream for Jeeves”, a delightful mashup of Howard Phillips and Pelham Grenville.

    My favorite story therein is the delicately titled “Something Foetid”.

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