More on Tintin in the Congo.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A Congolese student has launched legal action in Belgium to have the comic book "Tintin in the Congo" declared racist and removed from bookstores.
The book portrays Africans as stereotypical black characters and shows whites as their colonial masters.
"I want to put an end to sales of this cartoon book in shops, both for children and for adults. It's racist and it is filled with colonial-era propaganda," said Mbutu Mondondo Bienvenu, who lives in Brussels.
It's like most other challenges. Take out Tintin in the Congo, you have to be prepared to take out everything else that could possibly fall into that category—like Gone with the Wind and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.