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Tintin Speaks Ukrainian and Faces-Off with Soviets in Newly Translated Comic

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In 2016, after years of studying French and numerous trips to Belgium, translator and journalist Ivan Ryabchiy founded a publishing house for one reason only – to bring Tintin to Ukraine. The iconic comics by Belgian cartoonist Georges Prosper Remi – known by the pen name Hergé – have been published in more than 70 …

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