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Tintin in the Congo begins with Tintin and Snowy departing from Antwerp on a ship bound for the Belgian Congo. Snowy has several accidents on board the ship, including an encounter with a stowaway, but eventually they arrive safe and well at Matadi. Here, they rent a Ford Model T and hire a guide named Coco. They set out into the depths of the Congo, where Tintin hunts numerous animals. Upon returning to Coco, Tintin finds that his car has been stolen by a man whom Snowy recognises as the stowaway. They recover the car but the man escapes. Later on, Tintin, Snowy, and Coco find their way to a village. However, the man who stole the car joins forces with the village doctor, and unsuccessfully tries to dispose of Tintin several times. In his last attempt, the criminal (named as Tom) tries to hang Tintin above a river full of crocodiles so that they can eat him, but Tintin is rescued by a Belgian missionary.

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Bongo, Bongo, Bongo (I Don't Want to Go to the Congo) 0

Tintin in the Congo isn't particularly notable. After all, it's only the second worst Tintin story.  I know you're probably wondering why Tintin chose to travel to the Congo, after his last adventure in the Soviet Union. Well, that's because Congo made up 98% of Belgium's entire colonial holdings at the time. In fact, when Tintin teaches a geography class to some Congolese children in the book, he says he's going to tell them about "your country: Belgium!"One obvious problem with the book is the...

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