First Tintin album to appear in color
Tintin in the land of the Soviets, the first adventure of Hergé’s famous reporter, will appear on January 11 in color. It is more than 88 years after the first publication of the album.
The comic book from 1929, is never by Hergé himself to be painted, or later by his studio edited.
The coloring is done by Michel Bareau and Nadge Rombaux, both of which are part of Studios Hergé. The publishers Moulinsart and Casterman to expect that the readability by the colouring improves and the drawings become clearer.
Hergé, pen name of Georges Prosper Remi (1907-1983), had the album followed by another 23 adventures of Tintin. The 24th was part of the unfinished Tintin and Alpha-art, which in 1986 was published.