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10 Cute Tintin Coloring Pages For Your Toddler

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Are you thinking of hosting a Tintin themed birthday party for your little one? Are you searching for some Tintin coloring pages free to print to keep the little guests occupied during the party? Well, then this article is just the one for you.

“The Adventures of Tintin” is a series of comic books by a Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi. It is one of the most popular comic books of all time. The story is about Tintin, an adventurer, traveler and a reporter. He first appeared as a journalist reporting on the Bolsheviks in Soviet Russia with his loyal dog Snowy. Soon he evolved into a crime buster and an investigative reporter, catching hold of mercenaries and drug – traffickers.

Here is an excellent collection of Tintin coloring sheets and his friends. The article includes scenes and posters of popular Tintin comic and feature films.

1. Tintin:

Tintin is the protagonist and the titular character of this popular comic book series. He is a well education and intelligent boy who never compromises with his morals. Tintin is a responsible man and does not drink and smokes. He may look thin, but he is a physically strong young man who defeats criminals without much difficulty.

2. Snowy:

Snowy is Tintin’s Wire Fox Terrier. He is one of the protagonists of the series. Snowy is a boastful, superstitious and sensitive dog, but he loves his master with all his might. Snowy seldom speaks. He is only shown thinking throughout the series. As the name implies, Snowy is a white dog, but your child can use any color, or can combine several colors to create a colorful picture.

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3. Cuthbert Calculus:

This is one of the interesting Tintin coloring picture featuring Professor Cuthbert Calculus, one of the main characters of the series. He is a great friend of Tintin. Professor Calculus invented many things including a shark proof submarine and a rocket. He always carries a pendulum with himself to navigate through the problems. Professor Calculus is nearly deaf but claims that he is only hard of hearing in his left ear. His hearing problem is a source of humor in the comic series.

4. Captain Archibald Haddock:

Captain Archibald is one of Tintin’s allies. He is also one of the closest friends of Tintin. Archibald first appeared in the series “The Crab with the Golden Claws”. Captain Haddock and Tintin share a very close relationship. He is just like a father figure to Tintin and tries to protect him from all the dangers.

5. Tintin And The Secret Of Unicorn:

Here is a poster of the series “Tintin and The Secret of the Unicorn”. It is the 11th comic strip of the series. While shopping at a market in Brussels, Tintin, accompanied with Snowy, buys a model of an old ship for his friend. A shady and mysterious character tries to purchase the ship model from Tintin, but he refuses. Tintin later discovers a clue to a hidden treasure in the vessel.

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6. Thomson And Thompson:

Thomson and Thomson, popular as ‘The Thompson Twins’, are Scotland Yard detectives. These Scotland Yard members lead a discrete investigation. They dress up in folkloric costumes to catch the culprits. The Thompson Twins may look alike in appearance, but they are in no way related to each other. You can distinguish them by their mustaches. Thomson has a curved mustache while Thompson’s mustache is straight.

7. Tintin And Snowy:

This is one of the cute Tintin colouring pages. The bond between Tintin and Snowy is very strong. They have saved each other lives countless times in the series. Snowy also rarely leaves his master size. He follows his master everywhere, against all odds and through all the vicissitudes faced by him.

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8. Tintin In Tibet:

This scene is from the comic strip “Tintin in Tibet”. The story centers on Tintin rescuing his Chinese friend Chang from Yeti after he met a plane crash in the Himalayas. It is later relieved that the Yeti saved Chang’s life after the accident. Give your child this comic strip to make him understand the story better.

9. Tintin In Congo:

Here is a scene from the book “Tintin in Congo”. It is a sequel to the “Tintin in the Land of the Soviets “. In the book, Snowy and Tintin travel to Congo. But, unfortunately, Snowy falls in danger. Tintin does everything to save Snowy from the crocodiles. He also battles a lion, as seen in the coloring sheet.

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10. Snowy Hit By Chimney:

If you are a follower of Tintin, you must have noticed that Snowy injures himself quite frequently throughout the series. The traumatic events serve as comic relief. But they have become less numerous now, due to the introduction of other accident prone characters like Captain Haddock, Professor Calculus and Thompson and Thomson.

Your tots are sure to have a gala time with these coloring free printable Tintin coloring pages. Who is their most favorite Tintin character? Is it the lead character Tintin or the funny man Professor Calculus?

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