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|“||I wanna introduce you to two buddies of mine. They never miss.||„|
|~ Tintin as he tries to kill Eric with his knives|
Tintin is a supporting antagonist in James O'Barr's 1989 graphic novel The Crow, and the 1994 film based on it. He is a member of a gang of criminals who murder protagonist Eric Draven and his fiancée Shelley Webster.
In the film, he is portrayed by Laurence Mason.
When Top Dollar orders T-Bird and the other gang members to attack and intimidate Shelly Webster to stop protesting the vacancies, Eric comes home only for Tin Tin to throw a knife at his abdomen, mortally wounding him. After the other gang members finish him off and throw him out the window, they escape.
A year later, Tin Tin sits with T-Bird, Funboy, and Skank at a bar swallowing bullets and burning lit cigarettes on their tounges for fun. When Skank gets angry at Tin Tin for showing off, pointing his gun at him, Tin Tin draws his knives on Skank, remarking that his gun wasn't loaded. Though Funboy drew his revolver on Tin Tin replying that his gun was loaded, T-Bird immediately drew his gun on all three. Though after chanting "Fire it Up!", they put their weapons away and went back to drinking.
After visiting Gideon's pawn shop, Tin Tin hung around a dumpster fire. He was then confronted by a resurrected Eric Draven, though didn't recognize him. After they fought, Tin Tin was cornered up against a wall by Eric who jogged his memory of Shelly, Though Tin Tin taunted him which gave him the opportunity to headbutt him and strike him with a nearby metal pipe. Tin-Tin drew his knives, continuing to taunt Eric as he gets up. Tin-Tin tries to throw his knives at him but Eric dodges and deflects them, eventually catching one and throw it into Tin Tin's shoulder. Eric then uses Tin Tin's knives to stab his vital organs in alphabetical order, killing him.