|Behind the scenes|
|First Appearance:||Tintin and Alph-Art|
|Last Appearance:||Tintin and Alph-Art|
Endaddine Akass is a spiritual guru who works as a stage act in Tintin and Alph-Art.
He has very able skills in mental persuasion. Akass is in fact an underhanded con artist with a very shady past. His verbal identity is very familiar to Tintin, but as the book was left unfinished by Hergé, A rumor started that Akass is one of Tintins old enemies, but it is unknown if his true identity is one of Tintin's old foes such as Roberto Rastapopoulos or J.W. Müller.