Tin Tin’s Nazi Connection in World War II

Tin Tin’s creator Herge’s collaboration with the Nazi party brought racism to the comic series during World War II.

Depiction of native’s of Congo in Tin Tin comics. Source-France24.com

The most famous comic character of our age was on an Antarctic adventure to save the world.

The comic hero will save the world from a villain who resides in the USA. The…

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