Dear Mr Spielberg,
many thanks for offering your 3D, motion captured, animatronic, and everything else take on the Tintin stories, but I'm afraid I've decided to stick with the original:
This edition of "Le secret de la licorne" (the secret of the Unicorn) is even older than me, not dated, but from the list of other Tintin adventures on the back, it must have been printed between 1960 and 1963.
For some deeper insights into the Tintin oeuvre, see the brilliant book Tintin and the secret of literature by Tom McCarthy, which I reviewed here.
PS: Further reasons not to watch the film:
why the CGI doesn't work and only produces zombie impressions (interesting in that it tells us how our brains process people images differently from everything else!)
Tom McCarthy on how Spielberg missed all the interesting bits in Tintin
Peter Bradshaw's review of the film
Nicholas Lezard trying to cope with the trauma the film inflicted on him
PPS Art critic Jonathan Jones tries to mediate between Tintin fans and those who appear to like the movie.