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René Goscinny
Birth date: August 14, 1926
Died: November 05, 1977
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Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
I was worried about the future of the Village of Indomitable Gauls we know so well, after finding the first Ferri & Conrad outing good but the subsequent two volumes to be following a deteriorating trend. My persistence paid off, however, with this return to form. It's the story most like one Goscin...
Calyre rated it 5 years ago
Rufus c'est un copain, et son papa, il est agent de police. Rufus a dit qu'il ne connaissait pas la fable par cœur, mais qu'il savait à peu près de quoi il s'agissait et il a commencé à expliquer que c'était l'histoire d'un corbeau qui tenait dans son bec un roquefort. "Un roquefort?" a demandé l'in...
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
It's the 50th Anniversary of Asterix and Obelix, so they get their own Birthday Book! What would our heroes be like in the year 1 AD? It's amusing to find out, but let's face it, the perpetual 50 BC they are stuck in is more fun, so let's return there after out glimpse of the future... How old are...
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
The collected Asterix short stories! These are as varied as they are fabulous! We see: a story about how the animals of the village also hold out against Roman Imperialism; a story about Gaulish fashion; the birth of our heroes; Asterix in the styles of several other comix; the Obelix family tree; ...
Garden-of-Stars rated it 8 years ago
I never was a big lover of comic books, although I think I would've enjoyed the humour and play on words more as a child. I've heard a lot about Asterix and it's nice to finally get some sense of what it's about.
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