The Red Sea Sharks

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The Red Sea Sharks is the nineteenth of The Adventures of Tintin, a series of classic comic-strip albums written and illustrated by Hergé, featuring young reporter Tintin as a hero. Its original French title is Coke en stock ("coke in stock") a codename used by the villainous antagonists of the story for African slaves.

The Red Sea Sharks is notable for bringing together a large number of characters from previous Tintin adventures, going all the way back to Cigars of the Pharaoh:

Additionally, Patrash Pasha (Cigars of the Pharaoh), Sheikh Bab El Ehr (Land of Black Gold) and General Tapioca (referred to in The Broken Ear and appearing later in Tintin and the Picaros) are all referred to but don't appear.

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The Red Sea Sharks is an adventure in which Tintin investigates the supporters of Sheikh Bab El Ehr's overthrow of Mohammed Ben Kalish Ezab, the Emir of Khemed.

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