Folks who were fans of Steven Spielberg's motion-capture epic The Adventures of Tintin — or, given the animosity displayed in some quarters, folks who were not fans of Steven Spielberg's motion-capture epic The Adventures of Tintin — should be pleased with the new DVD release of the second season of the popular animated series that aired in the early 1990s.
The Adventures of Tintin — a joint production of Canada and France — originally aired for three seasons in 1991-1992; in the U.S., it ran on HBO (and later Nickelodeon) before making its way to video and DVD.
Shout! Factory released the first of the three seasons this past November. While the second season hits stores this week, there's no word yet as to when the final collection might be released.
Brilliant show as usual. Can't wait till they return to Charlotte.
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