|Occupation:||Businessman and Briber|
|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed By:||Demetrios Myrat|
|First Appearance:||Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece|
|Last Appearance:||Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece|
Anton Karabine is a Greek businessman and briber who appears in Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece in The Adventures of Tintin series. He was first seen when he appeared in Istanbul for offering Haddock 400,000 Turkish pounds or 20 million French francs. He claims to be an old friend of Paparanic and offers to buy the boat for "sentimental" reasons, but the huge amounts that he offers makes Tintin suspicious and on his advice Haddock turns the offer down. Tintin later spots Angorapoulos in a barber's shop and follows him to the local offices of Karexport, which Tintin knows is run by Karabine.
It later reveals that he wanted Paparnic's gold. No sooner have the members of the Golden Fleece got the chest out of the water that they are held at gunpoint by Karabine, Angorapoulos and their men who got discreetly aboard.
Karabine and his men take the chest back to their helicopter only to come under attack by the police, including Thomson and Thompson. Karabine gets aboard the helicopter which suddenly takes off. It turns out that Tintin has replaced the pilot. Karabine tries to force him to land, but Tintin disarms him. Beaten, the crook announces that no-one will get the gold, opens a hatch and lets the chest fall into the ocean and was later arrested.