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Asterix and The Magic Carpet (#28) by René Goscinny
The wonderful village where Asterix and Obelix live has only one drawback: its bard is the worst musician in the ancient world. Whenever Cacofonix strikes up a tune, the sun hides behind the clouds and the rain begins to fall. But, then a fakir flies in on a magic carpet asking for help in ending a terr ...Show more
Asterix in Spain (#14) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
When the Romans take Huevos y Bacon's son hostage, they discover that Little Pepe is a terrible handful. So maybe the legionaries won't mind so much when Asterix and Obelix save him. But along the way there's lots of adventure, with Asterix inventing the art of bullfighting.
Asterix the Gladiator (#4) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
Oh no! The Romans have captured Cacofonix as a gift for Caesar-and the Emperor plans to throw him to the lions. There's only one way for Asterix and Obelix to rescue their bard: they have to become gladiators themselves.
Asterix and Caesar's Gift (#21) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
When Caesar offers a gift, be suspicious...very suspicious. Upon his release from the Roman Army, Tremensdelirius gets the deed to Asterix's little Gaulish village. But he swaps it for a drink in the tavern--and soon the owner and his family are off to claim their prize. What's going to happen? Surprisi ...Show more
Where's Dogmatix? (Asterix) by Goscinny
This fabulous sequel to "Where's Asterix?" features the loveable Dogmatix and his friends in a variety of fun, action-packed scenes, from "A Banquet Dance" to "A Boarding Party" to "A Wild Boar Hunt" and more. Younger readers will be absorbed for hours as they search for Dogmatix amid the hustle and bus ...Show more
Asterix and the Normans (#9) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
Normans never feel fear—but they do believe that terror literally gives one wings, enabling a person to fly. Now they’re planning to test their theory on Vitalstatistix’s cowardly nephew Jusforkix by pushing him right off the edge of a cliff.
Asterix and the Chariot Race (#37) by Jean-Yves Ferri
The next action-packed adventure from Asterix and Obelix The roads across Italy are in disrepair. Defending his name, and to prove Rome's greatness, Senator Lactus Bifidus announces a special one-off chariot race. Julius Caesar insists a Roman must win, or Bifidus will pay. Open to anyone from the know ...Show more
Asterix and the Chieftain's Shield (#11) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
When the hero Vercingetorix was defeated he threw his arms at Julius Caesar's feet. Years later, Caesar plans to hold a triumph with his enemy's shield - but where is it? Romans and Gauls race to track it down, and Chief Vitalstatistix, dieting on a health farm, has a surprise to spring. Will Caesar def ...Show more
Asterix and the Laurel Wreath (#18) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
Chief Vitalstatistix rashly invites his brother-in-law to dine of a stew seasoned with Caesar's laurel wreath, so Asterix and Obelix must go to Rome to fetch those laurels. Hoping to get access to Caesar, they sell themselves as slaves - but can they do a deal with the corrupt Goldendelicius to swap the ...Show more
Asterix and Obelix All at Sea (#30) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
In ancient Rome, the slaves are rebelling—and they’ve even stolen Julius Caesar’s own warship, the finest in the Roman navy. Under the heroic leadership of Spartakis, the former galley slaves make for the small town where Caesar’s old enemies Asterix and Obelix live. Now everyone must sail to the wonder ...Show more
Asterix and Cleopatra (#6) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
To impress Julius Caesar, Queen Cleopatra promises to build the Roman Emperor a magnificent palace in just three months. Of course, Asterix has to get involved. By the time his feisty group from Gaul have finished, they’ve outwitted the Roman army, too.
Asterix and the Great Crossing (#22) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
Land ho! Asterix and Obelix had been lost at sea, but they've finally reached what theythink is a Roman colony. Then the Vikings turn up on a voyage of discovery, and the two Gauls realize that they've done something greater and more important: they've discovered a strange New World.