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I am proceeding from the assumption that you're referring to panel 1 of page 35. Truth be told, the answer is probably that they aren't intended to represent any particular nationality. As per the answer to Why were these animals used to represent the different countries in Maus?, Spiegelman is on the record that he only made specific choices for animals ...


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The "normal" size of Tintin albums I grew up with in Belgium is around 22.5 x 1 x 30.3 cm, both for the French and the Dutch editions. However, there have been compact editions that were printed on a smaller size paper. This includes the series "The Adventures of Tintin" published by Egmont in English with a "trimsize" of ...


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