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 Tintin in America (FrenchTintin en Amérique) is the third in The Adventures of Tintin, a series of classic comic-strip albums written and illustrated by Belgian writer and illustrator Hergé, featuring young reporter Tintin as the hero. Tintin in America first appeared as a black and white comic strip in "Le Petit Vingtième" on September 31931. It was then published in a black and white album in 1932. In 1945, the album was reworked and shortened to a standard 62-page format, and published in colour.

Its first English translation was the 1962 UK edition. The first American edition was issued in 1973, for which some panels were redrawn in order to remove some stereotyped portrayals of African Americans. These include the doorman at the bank being built on Indian land and the woman holding the screaming baby.[1].

Tintin in America is the earliest Tintin album that is readily available in English translation; the two previous ones have been published in English, but in limited editions. (source wiki)

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