Franchise: Tintin
Most Reprisals:Takeshi Kusao Japanese (voiced in 2 titles)

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The adventurous investigating reporter was created by Belgian cartoonist Georges "Hergé" Remi and appeared in 24 comic book albums (the last of which unfinished) and a number of TV and movie adaptations. Tintin is smart, friendly and always ready for action. He has faced many enemies and lived many adventures in exotic places; and was one of the first men to step on the moon according to the comic's universe. He is always accompanied by his loyal pet dog Snowy (Milou in French) and by his friend Captain Haddock in most adventures

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said at 8:39 PM on Sat May 3 2014
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Why is there the show Non English voice for the first two films when the main person is Japanese?
said at 10:18 AM on Fri Aug 24 2012
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There needs to be a VC for Tintin, he's awesome!
His best voice has to be Colin O' Meara from the series: he made sound smart, inquisitive and funny at the same time! Jamie Bell sounded ok, but he didn't have those qualities that Colin had as Tintin in the original series. :)
said at 3:27 AM on Wed Nov 21 2012
The problem with O'Meara is that to me he got annoying very fast.
said at 10:23 AM on Thu Feb 9 2012
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The best people who've played Tintin so far are Jamie Bell and Thierry Wermuth, who both sound inquisitive yet mature as Tintin. Colin O'Meara gives a voice to Tintin that indicates the former, but he comes off as overbearing.
said at 7:40 PM on Mon Jan 19 2015
@BlankSlate I perfectly agree with you. Honestly, I would invert Jamie and Colin because the new (3D) Tintin looks younger than the one in the cartoon, and Colin sounded younger than Jamie.
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