As a kid, no stories meant more to me than The Adventures of Tintin by Hergé. They were instrumental in introducing me to the world beyond my own. And now thanks to UK artist Murray Groat, Tintin gets to be introduced to a world of unspeakable horror. For the last couple of years, I have been on a bit of a H.P. Lovecraft bender.
The idea of Tintin and his annoying dog sniffing around ancient crypts, fallen cities, and living death fills me with childish glee.
Tintin Meets The Thing That Should Not Be