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Hiu-Hiu Laut Merah (Tintin #19)

3.97  ·  Rating Details ·  6,224 Ratings  ·  102 Reviews
Após um encontro casual e surpreendente com o general Alcazar, e uma despedida apressada, o general perde a carteira dos documentos junto de Tintim e do capitão Haddock. Se Alcazar parecia pouco desejoso de conversar, tudo se precipita quando Tintim, ao tentar devolver a carteira, descobre que o seu velho conhecido se encontra envolvido em transacções pouco claras.
Paperback, 21 x 29 cm, 62 pages
Published 1978 by PT Indira (first published 1958)
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Maria Carmo
In this adventure, Captain Haddock reveals his great human nature by liberating with Tintin poor people that were being smuggled to work as slaves... In the book it is said "how can this happen at this time and age?" Yet, only weeks ago, how many ships were abandoned in the Mediterranean, filled with families and people that were merely trying to find a better life? We pretend there are no slaves today, when in fact their name is often "immigrants"!

Maria Carmo,

Lisbon 20 January 2015.
Nabila Tabassum Chowdhury
হেসে খেলে চারখানা তারা বসিয়ে দেয়া যেত যদি না আরজে লোকটা কৃষণাঙগদের বুদধিমান মানুষ মনে করতেন। তবু এই বইটাতে আগের গুলোর চেয়ে উননতি হয়েছে, আগে কৃষণাঙগদের অনয কোনো পরজাতি ভাবতেন এবং এই বইয়ে এসে মানুষ মনে করছেন তবে বুদধিহীন। আবার খানিকটা দোষ আবার কাটা গেছে যখন পুরো কাহিনীটাই অবৈধ দাস বযবসার (ততদিনে জাতিসংঘ দাসপরসাকে অবৈধ ঘোষনা করবার পর বছর দশেক পেরিয়ে গেছে) বিরুদধে দাঁড় করানো হয়েছে। তবুও কৃষণাঙগদের ছবিগুলোতে আরজের রেসিজম পরকাশ পায় এবং সেই ছবি দেখে একজন রেসিসটের জনয খারাপ অনুভুতি হয়। ...more
Ahmad Sharabiani
The Red Sea Sharks (Tintin, #19), Hergé
عنوان: کوسه های دریای سرخ؛ نویسنده: هرژه، مترجم: اسمردیس؛ تهران، ونوس، 1357؛ در 62 ص
Sana Heshmati
May 19, 2016 Sana Heshmati rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: تن-تن
کتابی که در پنج سال اخیر به طور دقیق صد و نه بار توسط من خوانده شده :)
با این حال هنوز هم جذابیت خاصی داره وقتی میخونمش :)
Jul 31, 2007 Sancaka rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It was the first time for me to read a comic book in English... with a BIG help from my english-indonesian dictionary. I borrowed the book from my brother.
David Sarkies
Feb 25, 2012 David Sarkies rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: adventure
Tintin returns to the Middle East
25 February 2012

Once again I simply underestimated Herge's ability to be able to exceed the benchmark that he set with his previous comic, and while the Red Sea Sharks, in the way of comedy, is probably nowhere near as farsical as the Calculus Affair, this comic still manages to raise the bar. An interesting note is that at this stage it appears that Herge is beginning to slow down on the production of comics that had pretty much been a mainstay for the previous
Apr 26, 2015 Lindsay rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What can I say about Tintin? I've been a fan since I first discovered him in serialized versions of the books back in the 1960s. At the time they were published in black and white (and somewhat butchered) form in the Children's Digest magazine. I found a treasure trove of the latter in the bazaar in Karachi, and I simply drooled over the Tintin segments. A couple of years later, in Isfahan, I found a bookstore that stocked the (Methuen) English versions of Herge's masterpieces. I was in heaven.

This one takes us to familiar places and brings back familiar faces. The story isn't as interesting as some of the earlier ones, also because, if you've read the others, you find this a little repetitive. Tintin, Snowy and the Captain are back in Khemed and you have the usual betrayal, smuggling, rat-tat-tat etc. But it's nice to see Haddock back as Captain he even gives us the original “I am captain now”)! There are also new elements introduced which save the story to a great extent. The best p ...more
Sep 12, 2007 Rizka rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: captain haddock's fans
Shelves: comic
Ini niy seri Tintin yang paling gw suka!! Lucu bangeettt dan hampir semua tokohnya (Selain Tintin dan Snowy) ada. Ada Kapten Haddock, Bianca Castafiore, trus mafia yang idungnya gede (kalo ga salah namanya Rastapopoulus). Cuma yang gw lupa, Detektif Thomson & Thompson ama Prof. Calculus ada juga tao ga...

Trus...umpatan2 khas Kapten Haddock juga bertebaran di sini. kaya "Sejuta topan badai!Babon bulukan!Kutu busuk!,dll."

Tintin books like this make me question their suitability for young children, but in fact they present a good opportunity for parents to talk about prejudice with their children. The author's colonial Belgian stereotypes are evident in the drawings, but the adventure is good and there is a lot to laugh at in this volume.
Oct 30, 2015 Thomas rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: tintin
Wow look what TintIn has gotten himself into now...In the middle of the Red Sea on a tiny little raft salvaged from their boat that was blown to pieces by aircraft and then torpedoed and now he has landed himself right in the middle of a war.
this is where i learned about Estonia, where Piotr Skut the eyepatched accidental ally of the Captain is from), and 25 years later met someone from this country (it wasn't a country then).. in (where else) New York City... kewl!
Feb 06, 2009 Jose rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
5 estrellas a todos los de Tintin, en homenaje a mi infancia.

(Me gustaba el nombre de este título en español: "Stock de Coque". Y el original francés: "Coke en Stock". En inglés es malísimo).
Michael Gerald
Tintin is up against previous villains as Herge confronts the problem of modern-day slavery and arms trafficking. The artwork is again at par with other Tintin books and the comedy remains biting.
Jun 17, 2016 fraulein rated it it was amazing
Shelves: e-league
Yang paling epik dari petualangan ini selain pembebasan calon budak, yaah..... Umpatan - (umpatan) legendaris Haddock ( apalagi klo bukan itu? >.
Jul 24, 2007 Kate rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: graphic-comic
Not the greatest Tintin, but I always had a thing for Skut.
Mar 02, 2017 Kamalika rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Tintin is undoubtedly, a gem of a classic.Children and adults alike can read it and enjoy all the thrills,chills and a never ending roller-coaster of fun.Its exceptionally hard to choose a favourite from the comics because,every single one of them is marvelous in its own right.I must point out a strange thing i have though: i can't enjoy any comic without Haddock in it!
(PS:I'll try to keep this review spoiler free)

'Tintin:The Red Sea sharks' boasts of a fast,action-packed story.And rightly so! I
Filemon Tursas
Joidenkin mielestä tää on suunnitelleen joku paras Tintti mutta omasta mielestäni ei edes parhaimmistoa. Afrikkalaiset ihmiset kuvataan tässä varsin kiusaannuttavalla tavalla joka herätti rasismisyytöksiä ilmeisesti jo 50-luvulla, aikana jolloin Suomessa tehtiin leffoja Pekasta ja Pätkästä neekereinä. Tämä oli jo vähintään toinen kerta kun luin tämän albumin, mutta en edelleenkään ole aivan varma mitä tässä tapahtuu noin niinkuin juonellisesti. Nyt tosin luin tämän ruotsiksi jolloin massiiviset ...more
Mar 05, 2017 Lauri rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Kronoloogiliselt viimane eesti keeli ilmunud Tintinnidest. Reporterpoiss koos oma lahutamatu kaaslase, erakordsest lollpeast ja alkohoolikust eks-kapteniga seikleb Punasel merel miskite naftašeikide valdustes, paljastab modernset orjakaubandust ja kohtub eestlasest hävituslenduri Peeter Pähkiga. Käras kah. Ilgelt palju oli miskeid tegelasi kes ilmselgelt olid varasematest Tintinni seiklustest läbi käinud aga kuna eesti keeli rohkem pole kui 6 osa (koos käesolevaga) ja miskis muus keeles ei viits ...more
Tout d’abord, je vous prie d’excuser mon français – je l’apprenais à l’école il y a six ans et depuis ce temps-là, il ne s’est pas amélioré. Pardon à tous!

Alors, pour commencer avec cette critique : j’adore la série de « Tintin ». Je l’adorais depuis mon enfance, parce qu’il y a des aventures, un protagoniste très aimable, un chien super mignon, et beaucoup de pays inconnus. Ce que j’adorais le plus, cependant, c’est l’amitié du capitaine Haddock et Tintin. Dans cet album, ils sont meilleurs am
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Sep 21, 2010 Sammy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: comic
My review, as published in Tintin Books:

"The Red Sea Sharks" often gets a bit forgotten, coming on the heels of two masterpieces - Explorers on the Moon and The Calculus Affair - and preceding as it does Herge's experimental works. Which is a shame, since this is a solid adventure story, expertly rendered. (He'd been writing 'Tintin' solidly for 30 years, after all)

In terms of story, things are intriguing from page one, and very little is predictable. General Alcazar and the Emir pop up early on
Aug 02, 2011 Dan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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 ...more
May 19, 2013 Clodjee rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bd
Traduire Tintin en plusieurs langues ça fait du sens pour accroitre la diffusion de ce qui est un icône de la BD. Le traduire en dialecte m'apparait toutefois comme une entreprise futile puisque les gens du Québec peuvent très bien lire et comprendre la version française traditionnelle. A la rigueur j'aurais vu une version localisée qui s'en tient à adapter les choses qui sont typiquement européennes et que les québécois peuvent difficilement comprendre (dans le genre changer “loterie du San The ...more
Dan Wilson
Apr 25, 2014 Dan Wilson rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: comix
This is one of my least favorite Tintin stories. Its tone is very earnest and "political," but the politics are basically that chattel slavery is wrong. I don't think this was a controversial position in 1958, but it's written as if it was the burning question of the day. Meanwhile the Africans who the bad guys intend to enslave are awkwardly portrayed as friendly simpletons whose naiveté very nearly makes them complicit in their own victimization until the "good white man" intervenes. The overa ...more
Matthew Hodge
It feels almost as if, as Hergé got more elaborate in his illustration (or his studio's illustration, to be more correct - it took a whole team of illustrators to produce a Tintin book) that some of the speed and action of earlier books became a bit lost.
Thus, Red Sea Sharks, while it is interesting because it draws on many of the previous Tintin villains and puts them in one book, feels a bit anti-climactic at the end.

Still, what does stand out is Hergé's multiculturalism. In a plot involving a
Jul 31, 2015 LeDompteur rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Il m'étonne, toujours, comment les aventures de Tintin sont si bourrées d'action, souvent plus que les meilleures "action-films" de James Bond. Ici, par example, Tintin traverse la mer rouge en radeau, rencontre un ex-dictateur d'un pays fictif de Sud du Amérique, survit un avion avec un bombe a retardement, expose un vilain qui est un marchand d'esclaves et aide conclure une dispute entre deux Sheiks crée par un marchand d'armes japonais...
Et peut-etre c'est la moitié de cette histoire que j'ai
Matthew Brady
I'd been curious about this volume ever since reading Flight 714, in which the bad guy said that Tintin thought that he had been eaten by the Red Sea sharks. This ended up being kind of underwhelming though, with a pretty thin premise getting Tintin to some Arabian country to help out a friend and stumbling through various escapades without much in the way of resolution. Still enjoyable, but as a later volume, this one might be a victim of series continuity, with characters from previous books p ...more
Jul 24, 2011 Yves rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
C'est une aventure de Tintin plutôt ordinaire. C'est comme si Hergé ne s'était pas forcé pour faire cet épisode. Il devait être sur le pilote automatique. Le début est très intéressant mais après un quart de la BD, l'histoire commence à s’essouffler. Il y avait un bon filon avec l'esclavage mais cette partie a mal été développée. Pour ce qui est de la fin, j'ai eu une impression de précipitation. C'est comme si tout s'arrêtait trop brusquement. Hergé a peut être dit : Bon, j'arrête ce mauvais ép ...more
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Georges Prosper Remi (22 May 1907 – 3 March 1983), better known by the pen name Hergé, 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
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