Tintin coloring books

"Tintin" is a comic book series created by Belgian cartoonist Hergé, whose real name is Georges Remi. The series tells the story of a young Belgian reporter named Tintin and his dog, Snowy. Together with friends such as Captain Haddock and Professor Calculus, Tintin travels around the world, solving mysteries, fighting criminals and uncovering secrets. "The Adventures of Tintin" are among the most popular comic books in the world and have been translated into more than 70 languages.

Tintin with a lion

Printable coloring page of Tintin with a lion
The picture shows a surprised Tintin and a menacing lion. Even Milus was so surprised and frightened that he jumped away. Tintin's hat, too, from surprise, until...

Characters from the cartoon The Adventures of Tintin

coloring page cartoon characters from the adventures of tintin printable
The picture shows the heroes of the cartoon The Adventures of Tintin. Milus is hiding behind a large stone, while Tintin stands back puzzled. In the foreground we can see how the camel...

Dog with cartoon character The Adventures of Tintin

A coloring book of a dog with a character from the cartoon The Adventures of Tintin
The bond between them is very strong, as they have saved each other's lives many times throughout the cartoon. From the very beginning, Miluś is Tintin's inseparable companion and follows...

Tintin running with a dog in his arms

Coloring page of Tintin running with a dog in his arms
Tintin is a young Belgian journalist and traveler, who is always accompanied and helped by his dog Miluś. As you can see in the picture, Tintin is just running away by someone along with...

A character from the cartoon The Adventures of Tintin

Coloring book character from the cartoon The Adventures of Tintin
Tintin is depicted as a young man with short red hair. His most iconic outfit consists of a white shirt with a collar under a blue sweater....

Character with a shotgun

coloring page character with a shotgun
The picture shows Tintin running and holding a shotgun in his hands. Next to him runs his dog Miluś and both seem surprised or frightened. Probably during...


coloring book poster of the cartoon The Adventures of Tintin

Poster of the cartoon The Adventures of Tintin

Tintin is shown as a well-rounded but open-minded character, noting that his rather neutral personality, strange considering...
Coloring book Tintin with bears

Tintin with the bears

Tintin is a reporter, adventurer, traveler and hero of the popular comic book series The Adventures of Tintin. He is honest, decent, compassionate and kind. He is also humble....
Printable coloring book of one of the characters of The Adventures of Tintin

One of the characters in The Adventures of Tintin

Captain Archibald Haddock is a retired merchant seaman who likes Loch Lomond whisky and hates mineral water. He is also one of Tintin's closest friends....
A coloring page of a group of characters from the cartoon The Adventures of Tintin

A group of characters from the fairy tale The Adventures of Tintin

The series describes the adventures of a young reporter and traveler - Tintin, who is accompanied on his travels around the world by his dog Milus, Captain Barrel...


Tintin is the main character in the comic book series "The Adventures of Tintin," created by Belgian cartoonist Hergé (real name Georges Remi). The series consists of 24 albums, the first of which, "Tintin in the Land of the Soviets," was published in 1929, and the last, "Alphabart," was published posthumously in 1986. Hergé died in 1983 without completing this last album.

Tintin is a young Belgian reporter who travels all over the world, solving various mysteries, uncovering conspiracies and fighting criminals. He is always accompanied by his faithful dog, Miluś (French: Milou), who often helps him in difficult situations.

Other important characters in the series include Captain Haddock, a charismatic but somewhat clumsy sailor, Professor Lakmus, a brilliant inventor, and detectives Dupond and Dupont (French: Dupond et Dupond), who are clumsy but well-meaning.

The Adventures of Tintin comic books are known and loved around the world, having been translated into many languages and adapted into various media, including films, animated series and video games.


  1. Hergé's real name: The creator of Tintin is Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi, who used the pseudonym Hergé, a reversal of his initials, G.R., pronounced "Hergé" in French.
  2. Unfinished album: The last album in the series, "Alphabart," was not completed by Hergé. The artist died in 1983, and the album was published posthumously in 1986 in unfinished form.
  3. Milus and his name: Tintin's dog, Milus (French: Milou), was named after Hergé's first girlfriend, Marie-Louise Van Cutsem. In French, her name sounds similar to the dog's name.
  4. Tintin on the Moon: Tintin was one of the first fictional characters to go to the moon. This took place in the albums "The Golden Sickle" and "Expedition to the Moon" - decades before the actual moon landing in 1969.
  5. Changing the content of the album: The first album of the series, "Tintin in the Land of the Soviets," was highly critical of the Soviet Union. For this reason, the album was difficult to access for many years and was not republished until the fall of the Soviet Union.
  6. Controversy over "Tintin in the Congo." The album "Tintin in the Congo" was criticized for its racist content and colonialist message. Hergé later regretted that the album was created under the influence of stereotypes prevalent at the time.
  7. Inspiration for the character of Captain Haddock: The character of Captain Haddock, who first appeared in the album Soft Shell Crabs, was inspired by one of Hergé's friends, Norbert Wallez, who was also the editor of the newspaper where Hergé worked.
  8. Breaking the fourth wall: In the "Tintin and Alphabart" album, Hergé broke the fourth wall for the first and only time, showing himself in comics, talking to Tintin and Captain Haddock.
  9. Steven Spielberg's film: In 2011, Steven Spielberg directed the film "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn," which is an adaptation of three albums: "The Secret of the 'Unicorn,'" "The Golden Sickle" and "The Treasure of the Red Cancer."
  10. Pop culture impact: Tintin has had a huge impact on pop culture and inspired many other artists, including Peyo, creator of the Smurfs, and Steven Moffat, screenwriter of the Doctor Who and Sherlock series.
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