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"My Name is Doctor Sophocles Sarcophagus."
After reaching India, Drug Smuggler Fakir hits him with a dart containing Rajaijah Juice. Even while he was sane, Sarcophagus seemed to be naive and clumsy. Tintin would later find Sophocles in the Indian Jungle painting the Symbol of Kih-Oskh on Palm Trees. When he was completely mad, he imagines himself to beb Pharaoh Rameses II. He and Zloty eventually remained friends with Tintin and Snowy.
In The Blue Lotus, the still mad Sophocles decides to join Tintin, Snowy and Zloty to go to China to find the antidote for the Madness Poison founded by Fang Hsi-ying. He was the first to be cured and regains his sanity and shares it with Zioty. He is now one of Tintin's closest and bestest Friends in the on-going Books.
After he ended up becoming Mad, he claimed to be Rameses II, acting with Egyptian Features and singing nonsensical Songs. He also attacked Mr.s Snowball and attempted to kill Tintin. Fortunately in The Blue Lotus, he recovers his Sanity with an Antidote founded by Fanh Hsi-ying.
In the same Book, Sarcophagus showed Tintin his new Script for a Slapstick Musical Comedy for Children called "The Pharaoh's Emblam" based on his Experiences. He told them that he would not just be an Archaeologist, but also a Songwriter, Cartoonist, Composer and Playwright.
- "Cigars of the Pharaoh"
- "The Blue Lotus"
- "The Broken Ear"
- "The Black Island"
- "King Ottokar's Sceptre"
- "The Crab with the Golden Claws"
- "The Shooting Star"
- "The Secret of the Unicorn"
- "Red Rackham's Treasure"
- "The Seven Crystal Balls"
- "Prisoners of the Sun"
- "Land of Black Gold"
- "Destination: Moon"
- "Explorers of the Moon"
- "The Calculus Affair"
- "The Red Sea Sharks"
- "Tintin in Tibet"
- "The Castafiore Emerald"
- "Flight 714"
- "Tintin and the Picaros"
- "Tintin and Alph-Art"
- "Tintin in Paris"
- "Terror at the Haunted Mansion"
- "The Mystery of the Golden Lion"
- "The Ten Blistering Barnacles"