Time Out says
Created by Belgian artist Georges Remi (better known as Hergé), The Adventures of Tintin is one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century. Gabriel Tan, the co-owner of the shop, grew up collecting Batman and Superman comics, but when it came to the beloved reporter-cum-adventurer, he always had difficulty. ‘Tintin was one I could never get my hands on and when I could, it was always so expensive.’
The character is seen in various forms throughout the shop: hardcover books ($29), limited edition resin figurines and box scenes (from $40) and even large standing statues (from $7,000) should you want Captain Haddock to greet guests entering your home. There are plenty of touristy trinkets, too: book cover postcards go for $2.50 and t-shirts start from $38. A glass cabinet at the back of the shop holds one of the shop owners’ personal collections that are, unfortunately, not for sale.
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