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Adventures of Tintin in Tehran, Iran
The Comic Book

 

Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book
Compiled: Ahreeman X
Publisher: Bozi Cartoon
Cover: Zartosht Soltani
Author: Bozorgmehr Hosseinpour
December 21, 2018


Adventures of Tintin in Tehran, Iran Logo


Adventures of Tintin Episode Cover: Tintin in Tehran
Bearded Tintin with shalwar pajamas and na’leyn clogs, Captain Haddock with band-neck collar (Yakhe Akhundi) shirt and Tasbih rosary beads, Bianca Castafiore the Italian Nightingale in chador with a baby in her arms! Bianca had finally hitched Captain Haddock! The crew are crossing the crazy zoo-like traffic of Tehran while a car had hit Snowy (knocked out cold with blood all over the street). Another 2 cars are crashed in front of Shahyad (Azadi) monument and circle. What a riot!

Tintin in Tehran Story

In 2008, I published a 2 parts series on “Tintin in Tehran”. It was a general information about Tintin including Tintin book covers, DVDs, comic strips and posters.

Adventures of Tintin in Tehran! – Part One
Adventures of Tintin Comics and DVDs

Adventures of Tintin in Tehran! – Part Two
Adventures of Tintin Covers and Posters

Adventures of Tintin Site


Adventures of Tintin Poster 1
Tintin in the Original 24 Episodes by Herge


Adventures of Tintin Poster 2
Tintin in the Original 24 Episodes by Herge

I even teased you about the publication of “Tintin in Tehran” comic book. I pulled your leg and you thought that I am actually going to show you a comic book, a knockoff of the “Herge” comic series made in Iran!

Then I told you that:

And in 2008, finally a lost episode of Tintin has been published: “Tintin in Tehran”!

Next, I burned out your fire and stated:

Relax, no such episode was published! It is only a prank. I am only pulling your leg!


Adventures of Tintin Comic Strip in Persian 1
Adventures of Tintin Comic Book Published in Iran
Captain Haddock to Professor Calculus:
You nincompoop, you maybe deaf but you’re not blind, right?!


Adventures of Tintin Comic Strip in Persian 2
Adventures of Tintin Comic Book Published in Iran
Captain Haddock’s Writing on the Wall:
Your invention is useless to us!

But this time, I am not joking. You have been waiting a long time for this one and now, you will get it:

Tintin in Tehran Comic Book

Do you recall our childhood favorite, the Adventures of Tintin? If you were born between 1920 and 1990 and were raised anywhere in the world but outside United States of America, most likely you were raised reading Tintin Comic Books and Graphic Novels and/or watching Tintin Animated TV Series, Movies and DVDs. Tintin is a global phenomenon.

Adventures of Tintin are one of the best, well-made and artistic series of Graphic Novels and Animations ever made.


Adventures of Tintin Logo for the Animation Series

Adventures of Tintin has been translated to so many languages in so many countries. Some published legally and some illegally.  Many knockoffs not written by Herge, has also been written and published in so many places. This adventure is indeed a knockoff and a parody of the original adventures by Herge; however, for the reason that it occurs in Tehran, it makes it much more humorous. The art is nowhere near Herge but the realistic humor makes it special.


Adventures of Tintin
Thomson and Thompson clumsy Twin Detectives’ famous Citroen (Zhian) Automobile!

Tintin in Tehran Timeline

Tintin in Tehran Timeline chart
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2002 Tintin in Tehran cover was created as a parody by Zartosht Soltani
2008 Tintin in Tehran 2 part info promo was written and published by Ahreeman X
2009 Tintin in Tehran comic book was written by Bozorgmehr Hosseinpour
2009 Tintin in Tehran comic book was published by Bozi Cartoon
2018 Tintin in Tehran comic book is finally published online in IPC and distributed globally

Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book

Before you read the actual comic book, here are some teasers for you to enjoy:


Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book Clip Translation
One day Tintin decided to go to Iran to investigate about all of these Chain Beatings of the Journalists reported by the media! Tintin wanted to see firsthand on why is it that the journalists get roughed up and arrested in Iran?!


Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book Clip Translation
Tintin: Look Snowy, this the tower that we always see its picture (Shahyad Tower Tehran)!
Snowy: Forget the tower, dig the Persian Cats!


Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book Clip Translation
Bum: I’m crippled and doomed, I came from a village, got no dough, give me some money?
Tintin: Poor man! Here, get this money and go to your own village …


Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book Clip Translation
Tehran Bum Attack!
Bum: Give me a job?
Crippled Bum: I’m sick, crippled, poor, bald and hungry!
Street Kid (pulling Tintin’s pants): This faggot (crossed) is so pretty!


Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book Clip Translation
Tehran Public Disturbance
Harasser Pervert Gay Punk: This boy is unique, first hand virgin, cool and fresh meat!
Peddler Punk: We got Sexy Photos, Music CDs, Porn Videos, Private Cloud, Public Cloud, …
Jahel Persian Thug (shadow): Oy, Solid Boy, Candy Cake Boy, Mellow Boy?


Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book Clip Translation
Tehran Sexual Harassment
Harasser Pervert Gay Punk: Ohoy, Rapster, Hipster, Sissy Boy, Baldy?
Tintin: Snowy, don’t pay any attention!

Now you are ready to dig in and enjoy the comic book. Here’s Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book:

Adventures of Tintin in Tehran Comic Book

See you in the funny pages!

Dr. X

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