Tintin in Congo
Original edition: Page 1, frame 1: Quick and Flupke from Hergé's Quick and Flupke series.
Colour edition: Page 1, frame 1: Quick and Flupke. Page 1, frame 1: Hergé and his collaborators: Hergé (in brown jacket), E. P Jacobs (dark hair, in grey suit) and Jacques Van Melkebeke (fair hair, with glasses). Page 1, frame 1: Thomson and Thompson.
Cigars of the Pharaoh
Album cover: The Mummy marked E. P. Jacobini is E. P. Jacobs.
Album cover: The Mummy marked Grosgrab is Professor Grossgrabenstein from one of Jacob's books.
Page 8, frame 1: The Mummy marked E. P. Jacobini is E.P. Jacobs. '55 version:
Cover: One of the mummies is E.P. Jacobs named E.P. Jacobini.
Page 9: One of the mummies is E.P. Jacobs named E.P. Jacobini.
King Ottokar's Sceptre
Page 38, last frame: Hergé (in green uniform) is seen on the left hand side with E. P. Jacobs (in red top).
Page 59, last frame: Hergé (right hand side of frame, in green), his wife Germaine (in purple), Jacobs (in front of Germaine, with monocle) and Melkebeke (left hand side near window, white bow tie).
The Shooting Star
Page 20, frame 8: Quick and Flupke leading the way. In 1954 Hergé changed the original flag of the competing expedition from the American flag to the flag of San Rico. [Page 71]
The Secret of the Unicorn
Page 2, frame 14: Jacques van Melkebeke.
The Seven Crystal Balls
Page 61, frames 7-14: Quick and Flupke.
Page 57, frame 2: Jacques van Melkebeke can be spotted standing behind General Alcazar.
The Calculus Affair
Page 13, last frame: Hergé standing by the tent smoking and equipped with a sketch pad and pen in his hands.
E. P. Jacobs, dressed like Tintin, stands near the gate with a bicycle.