30th Oct 2017
Revealing mistake: When the driver covers the windows in the taxicab, in the shot where he says "Too bad you won't get to appreciate the view", the cover shown between the back seat and the front seat has visibly not been fully drawn in yet, and an unfilled gap can be seen in the cover.
25th Oct 2017
25th Oct 2017
Continuity mistake: When Tintin follows the mob member from the diner to the building, the scene cuts to an exterior shot. A hot dog stand is shown outside the building, with a vendor standing beside it, but in the next shot, the vendor is suddenly standing behind it.
11th Oct 2017
Deliberate mistake: The shot of the plane landing in Syldavia at the start of the episode, after the recap of part one, is merely the exact same shot of the plane landing in Syldavia at the start of the previous episode. Note the vehicles on the ground are completely identical and the plane, as well as its movements are also identical.
Revealing mistake: When Calculus is showing Tintin and Haddock around the rocket, they are in the deck below. Tintin and Calculus have already climbed down the ladder and Haddock is still climbing. Whilst Haddock is climbing down, the button on the back of his space suit vanishes for one frame.
Continuity mistake: Wolff is explaining that if the motor is shut off again, the magnetic sole boots they are wearing will stop them from floating. Whilst he is explaining this, he is placing the boot straps over the Velcro. The first strap he places is only partially on, but a few frames after, a blip occurs in the animation, and the strap is suddenly entirely over the Velcro. The same happens with the second strap as well.
Plot hole: Where did Thomson and Thompson get the pyjamas from? Tintin, Haddock, Calculus and Wolff did not bring any pyjamas aboard the shuttle with them because they were planning on sleeping in their clothes and Thomson and Thompson were only on the rocket because they were inspecting it before take-off, so they wouldn't have brought anything with them.
Continuity mistake: To launch the model rocket into outer space, Tintin pushes a lever with a green handle. Once the control tower is told to engage the nuclear motor, the first lever that Tintin had pushed is now a blue lever and the second lever that Tintin is now holding onto is a grey lever. Two shots after that, both the levers are now green.
Revealing mistake: When the countdown to engage the nuclear reactor on the model rocket has reached zero, Tintin pushes the second lever. It is apparent that Tintin is not actually holding onto a lever, but merely the animation is just drawn in a way to make it appear that he is. The green ball shown on top of the lever is not in the shape of a ball, but is really just the colour green that has been filled in through the gap between Tintin's thumb and finger. The lever doesn't even resemble a ball shape as it should.
Revealing mistake: When Tintin is swimming back to the boat after escaping the ship, Haddock is quickly rowing back and forth to reach him in time. As Haddock rows, the bars used to place the oars through can be seen moving back and forth, along with the movements of the oars, even though the bars are supposed to remain still during the oar movements. There are also frames from this shot where the bars vanish from the frame entirely as Haddock rows.
Other mistake: After the man on the ship tells Tintin that Calculus' punishment is death, he yells for Alonzo, and Tintin then punches him. When the man is punched, it is apparent that Tintin's fist never even enters the frame. There appears to be a flash effect indicating that he had been punched, but Tintin's fist is never shown hitting him.
Revealing mistake: When Castafiore is showing everyone the Castafiore emerald, after she says "He named it in my honour", the shot cuts to a close-up of her hand, saying "The Castafiore Emerald." At the start of the shot, she has two rings on two fingers, then she turns her hand and the two rings vanish from her fingers entirely.
Revealing mistake: When they are watching the news broadcast on Calculus' high definition television set, after the news broadcaster mentions Castafiore's stolen jewel, Castafiore says "He's talking about me." The mole on her cheek appears and vanishes from her face whilst she is saying the line, revealing a slip-up in the animation.
14th Sep 2017
Continuity mistake: When Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob are standing in front of the bomb after it lands but doesn't go off, the clock inside Mr. Krabs' office can be seen from the kitchen. The time on the clock is 5:00, but in the next shot, the time on the clock is suddenly 3:00. The bomb is then revealed to be a mechanical hand, and the time on the clock is now 5:00 again.
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11th Sep 2017