Portrait Gallery 1 Answers

  1. Arturo Benedetto Giovanni Guiseppe Pietro Archangelo Alfredo Cartoffoli da Milano, in The Calculus Affair
  2. Man in airplane in The Red Sea Sharks He angrily demands a parachute and Tintin knocks him out with one punch.
  3. Kavitch, Secretary to Sponsz, in The Calculus Affair
  4. Tintin, in Tintin in America
  5. Professor Decimus Phostle, in The Shooting Star
  6. Phostle’s assistant, in The Shooting Star
  7. Snowy
  8. Omar Ben Salaad, in The Crab with the Golden Claws
  9. Doctor Ridgewell, in The Broken Ear and Tintin and the Picaros
  10. Professor Topolino, in The Calculus Affair
  11. Cuthbert Calculus
  12. Al Capone, in Tintin in America
  13. Snowy
  14. The Maharaja of Gaipajama and the Crown Prince of Gaipajama, in Cigars of the Pharaoh
  15. Dr. Patella, Osteologist, in Destination Moon
  16. Captain Haddock
  17. Tintin in disguise, in The Crab with the Golden Claws
  18. Thompson
  19. Thomson
  20. Proprietor of the curio shop, in Red Rackham’s Treasure
  21. Bill, the Ship’s Cook on the Sirius, in Red Rackham’s Treasure
  22. Phillipilus the Prophet, in The Shooting Star
  23. Psychiatrist, in Cigars of the Pharaoh
  24. Captain Haddock
  25. Mastermind of Kidnap, Inc., in Tintin in America
  26. General Haranochi, in The Blue Lotus
  27. Tintin after diving, in Red Rackham’s Treasure
  28. Sheik Bab El Ehr, in Land of Black Gold
  29. Yussuf Ben Mulfrid, military advisor to Mohammed Ben Kalish Ezab, in Land of Black Gold
  30. Captain Chester, in The Shooting Star
  31. Ivan Ivanovich Sakharine, Collector, 21 Eucalyptus Road, in The Secret of the Unicorn
  32. Coco, Tintin’s African guide in Tintin in the Congo. He’s introduced on page 11 and mysteriously disappears from the story after page 26. Thanks to Paul McClelland for this answer.
  33. Aristides Silk, the kleptomaniac in The Secret of the Unicorn
  34. Prince of the Sun, AKA The Inca, in Prisoners of the Sun