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by Albert Uderzo

  • Author: Albert Uderzo
  • ISBN: 0752846574
  • ISBN13: 978-0752846576
  • ePub: 1543 kb | FB2: 1538 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: Orion (August 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 48
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 157
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Asterix and the Actress: Album #31 (The Adventures of Asterix) ePub download

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The Twelve Tasks of Asterix. Asterix conquers America. Asterix and the Vikings. Asterix: The Mansions of the Gods. Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion. The live action films. Asterix and Obelix all at Sea. 31. 2001.

Asterix or The Adventures of Asterix is a series of French comics about Gaulish warriors, who have adventures and fight the Roman Empire during the era of Julius Caesar

Asterix or The Adventures of Asterix is a series of French comics about Gaulish warriors, who have adventures and fight the Roman Empire during the era of Julius Caesar. The series first appeared in the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Pilote on 29 October 1959. It was written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo until the death of Goscinny in 1977. Uderzo then took over the writing until 2009, when he sold the rights to publishing company Hachette.

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ASTERIX THE GAUL, their first album, was published in 1961 and there have now been 35 Asterix albums. Asterix in Britain: Album (The Adventures of Asterix). Asterix the Gladiator: Album (The Adventures of Asterix) (Bk. 4). Rene Goscinny.

Asterix and the Actress (French: Astérix et Latraviata, "Asterix and Latraviata") is the 31st volume of the Asterix comic book series, written and illustrated by Albert Uderzo. Asterix and Obelix receive a surprise birthday visit from their mothers, who have come from Condatum and give them a Roman sword and helmet as presents. The mothers soon fuss about why their sons are still unmarried. Their efforts to find matrimonial matches for them go unappreciated.

This book gives us the Asterix version of that: Riding the dolphin. Writer: Albert Uderzo Artist: Albert Uderzo Inker: Frederic Mebarki Colorist: Thierry Mebarki Translator: Anthea Bell and Derek Hockridge Published by: Orion/Hachette Number of Pages: 48 Original Publication: 2001.

Asterix and the Actress, Paperback by Goscinny, Rene; Uderzo, Albert; Bell, Anthea (TRN); Hockridge, Derek (TRN), ISBN 0752846582, ISBN-13 9780752846583, Brand New, Free P&P in the UK In Gaul to raise an army.

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Asterix or The Adventures of Asterix (French: Astérix or Astérix le Gaulois), is a series of fictional comic books created by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo. The series focuses around the adventures of the Gaulish warrior Asterix and his friend Obelix.

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Set in 50 B.C., these hysterical historical tales follow the adventures of Asterix and his pals in the days of the Roman Empire. Normally, he's concerned about protecting his town from the legionnaires (with the help of a magic potion), but here something else is on his mind: his surprise birthday party! Meanwhile, two old friends are about to turn up again...and they're up to something interesting. "...great for leading high-school students into discussion of history and literary devices."--Booklist.
Runehammer
Big fan of Asterix and Obelix.
ALAN
Exactly as I remembered. LOL!!!
Olwado
We love these books!
Ariurin
Fun though the ages.
Morad
With Pompey a rebel to Julius Caesar's rule and empire a Roman actress is sent in disguise to the Gaulish village that could to retrieve a sword and a helmet. The idea is that there is no way for the Romans to retrieve the items from the indomitable Gauls other than through Panacea the beautiful coquette who first appeared in Asterix The Legionary. Obelix has a definite crush on her. Asterix too may have the hots for her. What is more, the mothers of our two heroes have arrived at the village and are nagging their sons to find brides.

Panacea obviously would not be cooperating with the Romans, but an actress passing herself off as her might just do the trick.
Will it work? Read the first Asterix volume of the new century to find out. You may find two skinny blond bombshells, the appearance of our heroes’ mothers and fathers, what has almost become gratuitous violence against the Roman legionnaires and shockingly - it is true! - and ironically the Caesar bestowing his enemies of Gaul and a female actress a trophy.

Oh one more thing, Gaulish helmets are quite impressive given the way they stay on one's head. One would not believe it if it were not clearly depicted in Asterix And The Actress.
Frlas
Missed "Asterix and the Actress" when it came out. Pretty surprised reading it. Enjoyed it for the humour, the introduction of new characters & the exploration of Goscinny-era ones.

Asterix #31 (2001)

Asterix and Obelix are after the village folk, they've gone missing. Pompey is after Obelix, he's got Pompey's helmet. Julius Caesar is after Pompey, he can't stand rebellion in his empire. No girls are after Asterix and Obelix, though their Mums preferred if there were.

Midst of this comes Panacea. She's got memory loss & only can remember Obelix...

Gotten a low ranking so far. Sort of see why. Seems to work best as a stand alone story, set aside from the series, but knowledge of the past of the series is needed for gags & such. That's the trouble, I think. Fans who love Goscinny's humour from the 1960-70s seem to be the one's it's aimed at, seems so from the references, yet the humour is sparser & not quite the sort Goscinny fans enjoy. Reminds me more of Beano & of the movie "Asterix & Obelix Versus Caesar" (1999)
ME
To be fair to Uderzo, his illustrations are great and still offer an amusing representation of ancient times, and he is doing his best in the circumstances.
However the influence of Goscinny is sadly lacking. There is no real hook to the storyline and the humor lacks its former potency.

Its a shame that Uderzo clearly puts so much work into his delightful illustrations, only to have his books diluted by weak storylines. Surely it would have been better to allow professional scriptwriters- approved by the Goscinny family- to have taken the reins?
Albert Uderzo, Asterix and the Actress (Dargaud, 2001)

Caesar's newest plan to conquer the indomitable Gaulish village: get an actress to impersonate Panacea, with whom Obelix is in love. It doesn't help matters that the boys' mothers are in town and trying to convince the two of them to get married (to women, not to each other). The fact that Panacea is already married doesn't seem to cross anyone's mind (except that of Tragicomix, her husband). This one was definitely a breath of fresh air after Asterix and the Secret Weapon and Asterix and the Falling Sky (yes, I'm reading them out of order). ***
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