"Vite, Capitaine!" is Tintin’s most said quote ever
in both movies
this either means Tintin is too fast or the Captain is too slow
I suspect it might be both
I like Martine and I think it’d be cool if she were part of Tintin’s group of friends, as he definitely needs more female friends.
So here are some headcanons about how she’d interact with some of the characters. But first, how she is in my headcanon: a talented and sensitive artist, who however tends to be a little over dramatic and has insecurities not just about her art but about life itself. Nonetheless, she’s still a very caring and friendly person.
Anyway! How she would interact with:
- Haddock: in Alph-Art Haddock would begin to be interested in art. And that interest came to be after visiting the gallery Martine works at. So! I don’t think he ended up as artsy as Hergé previously wanted him to be because that’d take part of his personality, but he still enjoys art nonetheless, and since it was thanks to Martine’s gallery, the two of them became good friends. They’ll discuss art (although Haddock asks her not to tell anyone about this interest of his because he’s a tsundere) and he asks her about tendencies and also buy her paintings. Kind of a father-daughter relationship I guess.
- Tintin: he’s the kind of friend who tells Martine not to give up and tries to get her to keep motivated when she’s having insecurities.
- Chang: because my favorite headcanon is that Chang moved to Brussels to study/work with art (also to be closer to Tintin), it’d be cool if he were to work at Martine’s gallery too. They’re artsy friends and get dramatic together and discuss art and animation
and fandoms and fuss over it. Kawaii buddies.
Think Tintin is the only one with sass and swag?
no really what’s the cat of Marlinspike’s name
It’s been hinted that it does belongs to the Captain (in one of the Moon books, the second one I think, Haddock refers to it as “my cat”) and it’s most likely a male (again in the same book, Haddock uses the masculine pronoun for it in French, but I believe that can also be used to both genders when talking about something in general? That’s how it is in Portuguese at least).
Didn’t Hergé had a Siamese cat just like that too? At least I assume he did because when he drew himself he used to draw the cat too. What was its name? I’m all for naming Haddock’s cat after Hergé’s cat.
So I was browsing this lovely website http://www.tintin.co.jp/index2.html and there’s a few things in English and French and it says, in Bianca Castafiore’s page, that, according to Hergé, she’s 45 years old.
I haven’t seen this information anywhere else though?
But if that’s true, then that gives us an idea of the Captain’s age, since he looks as old as her or a little older.
The Dogeventures of Corgingin
Corgitain Haddockorg, Corgingin, Chorgi and Skorgi
(man those names were lame lol)
I was drawing this with no reference so they look more like foxes fdafsd also the Captain’s cap looks stupid and those little wings on Skorgi’s chest are some sort of pilot badge or sumthin
Royal Canterlot Voice
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