Quebec authors have contributed a lot to the post-Herge Tintin universe. Because of their North American influence, they generally believe that Tintin's looks (and sometimes his boy-scout morals!) need to be updated to be brought into the 21st century. Among the most famous of this group is Yves Rodier, who became famous in the Tintinophil circles after his version of 'Tintin and Alph-Art' was published a few years ago.
Tintin by Gilles Gagné
This excerpt from 'Tin and the Teen Titans: Brotherhood of Evil' shows 'Tin' (a modern Tintin) fighting against 'Minos', who is an updated version of Rastapopoulos (Click on the image to enlarge).