Comics The Seven Crystal Balls Hergé (1948)

Tintin and the 7 crystal balls by Hergé

13th album of the adventures of Tintin, The Seven Crystal Balls owes its birth to another famous author besides Hergé, Edgar P. Jacobs, hired by the father of the reporter to put in colors the album and created the decorations.

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    Tintin Volume 13 - The Seven Crystal Balls

    Resume: The world’s most famous travelling reporter is faced with an ancient Inca curse, which is causing its victims to fall into a life-threatening coma. The tomb of Rascar Capac has been unearthed! Would the mummy of Rascar Capac be at the origin of a curse?

    Go with Tintin and Captain Haddock in search of Professor Calculus in this volume 13 of the adventures of the famous reporter.

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