Prisoners of the Sun

Prisoners of the Sun

Hergé / Feb 19, 2020

Prisoners of the Sun After The Seven Crystal Balls set the eerie stage Tintin and his friends continue their adventures in Peru There Tintin rescues an orange seller named Zorrino from being bullied and the young man be

  • Title: Prisoners of the Sun
  • Author: Hergé
  • ISBN: 9781405206259
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • After The Seven Crystal Balls set the eerie stage, Tintin and his friends continue their adventures in Peru There Tintin rescues an orange seller named Zorrino from being bullied, and the young man becomes their guide in their quest to find the Temple of the Sun But they find than they bargained for and end up in a hot spot The perils of this engaging two part adveAfter The Seven Crystal Balls set the eerie stage, Tintin and his friends continue their adventures in Peru There Tintin rescues an orange seller named Zorrino from being bullied, and the young man becomes their guide in their quest to find the Temple of the Sun But they find than they bargained for and end up in a hot spot The perils of this engaging two part adventure are especially harrowing in their combination of the supernatural and the real, although the resolution is a little too deus ex machina Calculus and the Thompsons provide their usual comic relief.

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      • Hergé

        Georges Prosper Remi 22 May 1907 3 March 1983 , better known by the pen name Herg , was a Belgian comics writer and artist.His best known and most substantial work is The Adventures of Tintin comic book series, which he wrote and illustrated from 1929 until his death in 1983, leaving the twenty fourth Tintin adventure Tintin and Alph Art unfinished His work remains a strong influence on comics, particularly in Europe He was inducted into the Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2003.Series on The Adventures of Tintin Quick Flupke The adventures of Jo, Zette and Jocko


    1. Le temple du soleil=Prisoners of the Sun (Tintin #14), Hergéتاریخ نخستین خوانش: ماه مارس سال 1994 میلادیعنوان: معبد خورشید؛ نویسنده: هرژه؛ مترجم: خسرو سمیعی؛ تهران، یونیورسال، 1354، در 62 ص؛ موضوع: داستانهای فکاهی از نویسندگان بلژیکی در قرن 20 مچهاردهمین کتاب از سری کتابهای تن تن و میلو؛ که دنباله ی کتاب هفت [...]

    2. The Inca curse takes Tintin and Haddock to Peru17 February 2012 It took me a while to get around to reading this one (okay, it was a week, but then again I am re-reading all of my Tintin comics, and getting my hands on the ones that I don't have, though I have found that getting a copy of Tintin in the Congo is going to be an expensive endeavour) but I finally read it this morning and I must say that I absolutely loved it. This is an adventure story in the truest sense of the word. It pretty muc [...]

    3. The second part to The Seven Crystal Balls (which I have unfortunately never managed to fully read) and generally considerably less ethnically stereotyping than some of Hergé's earlier Tintin graphic novels (for example his Tintin au Congo which is simply terrible and patently unacceptable with regard to ethnic stereotyping and overt racism), and often even rather majorly hilarious especially with regard to Captain Haddock's antics and general attitudes (like the repeated times he gets spit in [...]

    4. A grand Peruvian adventure in which the Captain proves himself to be almost as annoying as Willie in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. He gets bit by mosquitos, laughed at by howler monkeys, licked by an anteater, bowled over by a tapir, sits on an alligator and is spat upon by multitudes of llamas. Through it all, he does manage to hang onto his cap, so there's that

    5. Today after coming from The secret of the unicorn movie, I was inspired to read the comics!!During my childhood I used to watch the adventures of tintin cartoon!! Instantly I fell in love with the story!! After a long time I got an opportunity to read the series!!The prisoners of the sun is one of my favorites among the comic series!! Tin-tin as usual with his spontaneous nature dealt with the problem!! It was awesome when he chose the date of sacrifice!!Do read the comic, if u get an opportunit [...]

    6. نکته شگفت انگیزی که بهش برخوردم این که در سال های کودکی من قیمت این کتاب ها یک جهش عجیب غریب داشت به طوری که باید صبر میکردم تا شماره های بعدی رو کسی به عنوان هدیه در مناسبت خاصی برام تهیه کنه. این مسئله به وضوح در خاطر من هست؛ یک بار مادربزرگم ده تا از کتاب های تن تن رو باهم برام [...]

    7. Another superb adventure - great finish too. I remember being surprised by the ending when I first read it as a kid and this time around it's fun to see Haddock stressing and Tintin kicking back :DLoved the 'through the waterfall section' and the various animals tormenting Haddock in the jungles too. Probably the best 'two-part' adventure in the series for me.

    8. ادامه «هفت گوی بلوری» که تن تن و کاپیتان هادوک برای پیدا کردن پروفسور کلکولس به پرو می روند. و باز هم با اقبال و زیرکی استثنایی تن تن از مخمصه بزرگی فرار می کنند. از بهترین های تن تن.

    9. এটাও একটুর জন্য পারফেক্ট হতে গিয়ে রয়ে গেল। হিউমার, এডভেঞ্চার, ড্রয়িং সবই পারফেক্ট। কিন্তু একটা বই একই সাথে যখন সায়েন্স এবং যাদুটোনা দুটোর কার্যকারিতা দেখায়, তখন কিছুটা বিশ্বাসযোগ্যতা হারি [...]

    10. Another book I had to read for the Pragmatic course assignment. I enjoyed this assignment very much! I remember watching the cartoon version of this story, even though it might be the previous part of it.I like Tintin. I always love his kind and friendly attitude; it feels like he is always capable of making new friends wherever he goes. I always love his adventure. Reading the comic (and watching the cartoons) are like going around the world, exploring various cultures, and meeting many kinds o [...]

    11. Arguably this is better than the first part but I can't bring myself to elevate it to 3 stars. Being tired and grumpy has something to do with it but the plot seems rushed and reads more like a travelogue through the Peruvian landscape than a taut action thriller. The art work is exception here though.The train sequence, climbing in the mountains and the waterfall all work nicely but the jungle sequence with a sudden parade of native animals just feels like a trip to zoo. A lot of 'days pass' an [...]

    12. I definitely agree with other readers that this two-parter is one of Herge's best, but IMHO it is mostly due to the impressive boost provided by "Seven Crystal Balls", and its terrifying main plot. Although I have enjoyed very much this second part (especially the quest for the Temple) I find the ending ridiculous and unworthy of such a great storyline. This secluded, modern day Incas (whose existence all the world ignores) travel to Europe following the Sanders-Hardiman expedition, put its memb [...]

    13. This is the concluding part of Tintin's adventure in Peru and the Inca.I would have liked this book more if there were an elaboration on how the Inca made the expedition members sick (see The Seven Crystal Balls). The plot seems rushed, and the foolishness of the Thompson twins does not amuse and serves only as an annoying irrelevance. In essence, "The Seven Crystal Balls" and "The Prisoners of The Sun" can be seen as prototypes of arguably the best Tintin book, "Tintin in Tibet". Tintin and Had [...]

    14. 3.5 starsGreat to read and see PRISONERS OF THE SUN as it was originally published in serial form to inaugurate Hergé's new postwar magazine Le Journal de Tintin (though this volume does not represent the first time that the story was reprinted in this form). The presentation of the supplementary information by Goddin face-à-face with the original pages carries over from its preceding companion volume, though this time around the context is dominated by Hergé's research on National Geographic [...]

    15. This is the direct sequel to The Seven Crystal Balls, although perhaps it's more fair to say that it's a single story split into two books. Originally published in 1949, it's a more sensitive story than some of the earlier ones. Tintin and Haddock have arrived in Peru, hot on the trail of Calculus who has been abducted by South American Indians. After saving a young Indian orange seller from bullying, the boy agrees to guide Tintin and Haddock into the mountains, which is where Calculus' trail l [...]

    16. The Tintin stories for anyone who has read them and understands their history can't be viewed as anything other than groundbreaking. The beginnings of these stories have been around as long as the Lord of the Rings, the illustration and environments in the Tintin books are accurate and extremely detailed. Anyone who has spent even a little time exploring Herge (Georges Remi) can see the painstaking research and adversity he worked through to compose the world around Tintin. His ideas were ahead [...]

    17. Wow I loved the art in this one! Best art work so far! The story was good but not great although I have to recognize that Hergé had to study a lot in order to write this comic book. The surroundings are well portraited, names are correct and most Peruvian concepts are almost correct. (At the beginning there is a South American map 0/10 in geography). I don't give this issue a 5 stars just because of the unnecessary animal killing, also there is a part where Captain Haddock killed the "bad peopl [...]

    18. First Tintin comic I read. No super powers here. No extravagant action scenes. No ground breaking art. Just plain good story telling. Highly sanitary even for younger readers. Hergé was able to make an unlikely team up of a reporter, his dog, and a retired ship captain very entertaining. In this particular story, I like it how they travelled across Peru to look for the contradiction (genius and fool at the same time) named Professor Calculus.One of the best examples of how something simple can [...]

    19. Just reminded me of some good memories when i were 7 years old the 1st time i read that one & other stories of Tintin's collection actually they were some old books dad gave me to read & told me they were his when he was the same age as me during that time !!!! they were published in 60s !!!!! that one (Prisoners of the sun) was the best 1 for me during childhood nice to see it here after those years :) !!

    20. إعادة قراءة جزء من ذكريات الطفولةمغامرات تان تان كانت إحدى ملامح طفولتي التي لم تكن يوما بعيدةسماتها: 0الترقب لما سيحدث الضحك على تصرفات الشخصيات المرافقة الخرقاءوالذكاء الخارق الذي يجعله ينجو في كل مرةوأخيرا الغيرة من قدرته على السفر والتنقل وتربية كلب :P طبعا لو أردت تقيي [...]

    21. Hergé steals a plot device from H. Rider Haggard in this one, or perhaps, to be more generous, pays homage to the master of the adventure story.Despite my slight annoyance on that point, this concluding "episode" is the better of the two-part story begun in The Seven Crystal Balls.Runaway trains, secret societies, mountain madness and high jinks in the jungle are just a few of the dangers facing Tintin, Captain Haddock and Snowy, crammed into just 64 pages. The action rarely lets up!

    22. Finally another one of the excellent Tintin volumes I consider one of the best so far. Prisoners of the sun is the second part of the story which follows The Seven Crystal Balls which I didn't like so this was an amazing step up. It again had all the features of a good Tintin Volume.Starting with that mysterious and unique title. Herge can always get the interest of the readers simply by wicked titles and covers. Step one is done.The story follows Tintin as he travels with Captain Haddock to Per [...]

    23. I have read & re-read the Tintin adventures SO many times. As a VERY young child, I was already reading well above my grade level & while most of my classmates were getting "Weekly Reader" or "Humpty Dumpty", I was hooked on "Children's Digest" & especially the serialized versions of the adventures. I pulled this one out of the files in preparation for tomorrow's U.S. solar eclipse, since the plot line involves just such an event. The large panel in which Tintin & CAPT Haddock bu [...]

    24. More of a 4 and a half - I really wish would introduce half star ratings. Anyhow, this is a slightly lesser effort than the first half of this story. For starters, it's a lot more serious, and the typical comic antics of the series aren't quite here. Hergé showed with later instalments that he could combine the deadly serious with the uproariously comic but that skill wasn't around for this story.

    25. Jännittävä seikkailu, jossa ei ollut lentokoneita ammuskelemassa eikä hurjia takaa-ajokohtauksia, mitä Tinteissä tuntuu usein olevan. Inkojen auringon temppeli löytyi ja sen myötä kidnapattu Tuhatkauno. Parasta tässä oli kapteeni Haddock, jolla haasteita Perun vaihtelevien luonnonolosuhteiden kanssa ja laamojen.

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