Hergé, editions Moulinsart Tintin et les avions 24396 FR (2018)
The book presents 50 models of aircraft, from the Polikarpov (1929), Soviet fighter aircraft, to the American Boeing 747 (1976). A fascinating range of aircraft that appear at the end of The Adventures of Tintin
With the stroke of Hergé's pen, the plane is not a simple means of rapid transport, but a protagonist in the action of each album.
The author, José Miguel de la Viuda Sainz, is an aeronautical engineer and offers a detailed examination of each of Hergé's choices at the moment of being inspired by reality to create an imaginary work.
- Dimensions 220x293 mm.
- 64 printed pages
- Paper Condat matt Prigord 135g.
- French language
- Type of products
- Books and albums
- © Hergé
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