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Do you mean "asterisk" (the star-shaped character), or Asterix the Gaul, the popular French cartoon by Goscinny and Uderzo?
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The report said that the latest Asterix comic, the 35th installment in the series, has been published in Gaelic and, for the first time, in Scots.
In his blog, Rehn recalled an Asterix comic book, Obelix and Co', when he argued that economic stimulus should result from the implementation of a series of tough reforms rather than from artificial stimuli.
They have to finish, all the potion must be used up, like in that Asterix comic they borrowed from the library in the middle school, that bored them.
Children's author and illustrator Lauren Child, creator of the Charlie and Lola series, is awarded an MBE and Anthea Bell, co-translator of the Asterix comic books, gets an OBE.
BROOKMYRE, whose latest novel is Snowball In Hell, said: "My first memory of getting excited by reading was when I discovered an Asterix comic book in my school.
In the Asterix comic books, what is the name of the village druid?
Authors asked to recommend favourite childhood books, to inspire readers in celebration of World Book Day, have selected a wide range of titles, from Roy Hattersley's choice of Swallows and Amazons to author Robert Muchamore's preference for the Asterix comic books series.
The Mobilix trademark has been used by Orange's former Danish operations, sold last year to TeliaSonera AB, but the company was challenged in 2003 by Les Editions Albert Rene, the publisher of the Asterix comic strip.
A SECOND helping of Asterix comic book fun features gorgeous Monica Bellucci as a very fetching Queen Of The Nile in some gravity-defying outfits.
Le Journal du Dimanche devoted six pages to the Franco-Belgian friendship and rivalry - this time with an excerpt from an Asterix comic book on its front page, while sports daily L'Equipe twisted Tintin's "Destination Moon" to feature French and Belgian players.
The most recent hard-backed Asterix comic was the bestselling book of 2005 in lit-hungry Gaul, selling 250,000 more copies than closest runner-up "Harry Potter." Family-friendly ode to self-reliance and bad puns should fare nicely in France and self-selecting territories beyond.
London, June 16 (ANI): A new study by German researchers has concluded that characters in the Asterix comic books suffered traumatic brain injuries.