Asterix and Obelix’s Birthday: The Golden Book is the thirty-fourth episode of the Asterix comic book series, designed and written by Albert Uderzo. The usage of. Written by: Goscinny and Uderzo – Drawings by: Uderzo Original title: L’ Anniversaire d’Astérix et Obélix – Le Livre d’or. Published by: Les Éditions Albert René. : Asterix: Asterix and Obelix s Birthday: The Golden Book, Album 34 (Paperback): Language: English. Brand New Book. A collection of 12 new.
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Each one of them offers his gift to the hero Ekonomikrisis offers a guide CoquelusCacofonix his sheet musicValueaddedtax new magic potions The album begins with a preface where Uderzo replies to the critics of his solo work, especially for the previous album, Asterix and the Falling Sky. Feb 13, Biondatina rated it liked it Shelves: Definitely for Asterix fans as there are many in jokes and references to their earlier adventures which may leave newbies scratc An album released to mark the 50th anniversary of Asterix’s debut in the French Pilote magazine.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. However, he is still unable to understand what the letter says. As a reminiscence of Asterix and Obelix, it is fine but for me it is not an essential addition to this series. He died in The album, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the creation of the series, was released on 22 October This title is firm sale.
Asterix & Obelix’s Birthday: The Golden Book
A tbe muddled and jumbled but still has some great funny pieces that make you understand why you loved these books all those years ago. But I hope Rene knows over there that his legacy lives on.
True to the love of caricature and the mocking spirit of the Pilote years, Albert Uderzo has birthdaj an album of Asterix short stories focusing on the birthday theme and filled with 56 pages of hitherto unpublished drawings! And while I did not read all of the other novels I read enough to understand most of these beautiful references to them. It’s a hte nightmare that soon ends as a dream sequence.
A loving and humous look at 50 years me Asterix and Obelix.
Asterix & Obelix’s Birthday: The Golden Book by Albert Uderzo
I was a bit disappointed in the beginning cause i thought i would read another Asterix – Obelix adventure but the Golden Book is dedicated to the celebration of their birthdays.
Good comic book with a lot of fun to read. Asterix and the Picts.
Let the festivities begin! Refresh and try again. Tutto il villaggio e alcuni tra gli amici e i nemici del nostro duo Cesare compreso si riuniscono per cercare di fare un dono ad Asterix e Obelix.
A charming, if at times odd and idiosyncratic, celebration of fifty years of Asterix and Obelix. Wifix Asterix at the Olympic Games. But the centurionsto whom he had entrusted the mission, drank the wine as a toast to Caesar’s health, and then won a anr trip to the latrine.
Asterix and the Falling Sky. Not a story like the old Asterix books.
Asterix: Asterix and Obelix’s Birthday: The Golden Book, Album 34
They also made some proposals for the future clothes changing, marriage, amusement park, theater, art visual, etc. However, he yielded to the wishes of his lady, who reminded him of the protection Asterix and Obelix gave to Caesarion Asterix and Son. Cute to see how many characters and jokes I recognize, but kind of sad to see these heroes in old age, and without a true overarching story, it isn’t a book for anyone but a collector or long time fan of the series.
If you are looking for a traditional Asterix’s adventure or you don’t know which story pick up to start your voyage in the beautiful world of the little Gaul, stay away from this book. It has some good bits, but the sense of being a compendium of extracts is quite strong. What would our heroes be like in the year 1 AD? Twelve short stories, various villagers, friends and characters from the previous issues reveal, tell and share stories and anecdotes from the lives of our heroes.
Definitely for Asterix fans as there are many in jokes and references to their earlier adventures which may leave newbies scratching their heads. If you are a comic book fan, it is definitely basis for you. These extraordinary visuals will be exhibited on the gates of the Cluny Museum in Paris, at the corner of the boulevards Saint-Germain and Saint-Michel, from 22 October through 3 January