Tintin and Alph-Art


Tintin and Alph-Art is the unfinished twenty-fourth and final volume of The Adventures of Tintin. Left incomplete on Hergé's death, the manuscript was posthumously published in 1986. The story revolves around Brussels' modern art scene, where the young reporter Tintin discovers that a local art dealer has been murdered. Investigating further, he encounters a conspiracy of art forgery, masterminded by a religious guru named Endaddine Akass.