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With the crazy 'italic', Asterix returns 37 adventure

With the crazy 'italic', Asterix returns 37 adventure

Paris (Reuters) – Asterix, the indomitable pint-sized Gaul forever outfoxing novels, returns no 37 comic book adventure on Thursday, this time fighting his way across Italy chariot race.

The moustachioed hero, who has been entertaining the reader with the magic used by obelix, since 1959, has become a mainstay in the publishing industry, with more than 370 million albums sold all over the world.

as well as being translated into over 100 languages, the book inspired by the Twelve films and cartoon series, making it a global phenomenon.

the latest version, ‘Asterix and Transitalique’ (Asterix and the chariot race), located in ancient Italy.

instead of confrontation with Julius Caesar, it involves a resolute Gauls the meeting of a Tribe Called slash who are also fighting to remain independent of Rome.

the original books written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo built a mass following in the 1960s, 70s and 80s, with many childhood readers of those days of pictures, to capture the elements of the contract.

writer Jean-Yves Ferri (L) and Didier Conrad (R) Holding a cardboard cut out of him during the interview, the new album and cartoon “Astérix and Transitalique” (Asterix and the chariot race) in Vanves near Paris, France, October 17, 2017, the latest in a series created by British photographer Uderzo and writer Rene Goscinny in 1959. This photo was taken on October 17, 2017. Reuters/Philippe Wojazer

after Goscinny’s death in 1977, Uderzo comic book series until his retirement in 2009. The last three editions have been written Jean-Yves railing developed by Didier Conrad, sticking closely to the original format.

“we had Italy in mind, and then I had the idea of a chariot race, which is a type of trade from the ancient times, a journey through the Arabian Peninsula leading from one to another,” said iron as Conrad offered the new edition this week.

slide show (4 photos)

according to tradition, the latest Asterix feature a new villain, the Coronel, the mysterious, masked cart racer who will stop at nothing to win.

while Uderzo plays a role in the supervision of the chain ferry said he didn’t request any changes.

“the team wanted to be able to sustain the tradition that he put his trust in the United States,” he said. “He is showing his support, a goal that is not critical.

“the only changes we have to put a dot on the ‘I’ of ‘Italic’,” he joked. “We agreed against our will.”

with the Asterix films prove the box office success of the book attracted a new, younger generation of followers. That is reflected in the print run of Asterix and cart race with five million copies of the scheme.

writing by Luke Baker; editing by Gareth Jones.

with crazy 'italic', Asterix returns 37 adventure

Paris (Reuters) – Asterix, the indomitable pint-sized Gaul forever outfoxing the novel, Return no 37 comic book adventure on Thursday, this time fighting his way across Italy chariot race.

The moustachioed hero, who has been entertaining the reader with the magic used by obelix, since 1959, has become a mainstay in the publishing industry, with more than 370 million albums sold all over the world.

as well as being translated into over 100 languages, the book inspired by the Twelve films and cartoon series, making it a global phenomenon.

the latest version, ‘Asterix and Transitalique’ (Asterix and the chariot race), located in ancient Italy.

instead of confrontation with Julius Caesar, it involves a resolute Gauls the meeting of a Tribe Called slash who are also fighting to remain independent of Rome.

the original books written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo built a mass following in the 1960s, 70s and 80s, with many childhood readers of those days of pictures, to capture the elements of the contract.

writer Jean-Yves Ferri (L) and Didier Conrad (R) Holding a cardboard cut out of him during the interview, the new album and cartoon “Astérix and Transitalique” (Asterix and the chariot race) in Vanves near Paris, France, October 17, 2017, the latest in a series created by British photographer Uderzo and writer Rene Goscinny in 1959. This photo was taken on October 17, 2017. Reuters/Philippe Wojazer

after Goscinny’s death in 1977, Uderzo comic book series until his retirement in 2009. The last three editions have been written Jean-Yves railing developed by Didier Conrad, sticking closely to the original format.

“we had Italy in mind, and then I had the idea of a chariot race, which is a type of trade from the ancient times, a journey through the Arabian Peninsula leading from one to another,” said iron as Conrad offered the new edition this week.

slide show (4 photos)

according to tradition, the latest Asterix feature a new villain, the Coronel, the mysterious, masked cart racer who will stop at nothing to win.

while Uderzo plays a role in the supervision of the chain ferry said he didn’t request any changes.

“the team wanted to be able to sustain the tradition that he put his trust in the United States,” he said. “He is showing his support, a goal that is not critical.

“the only changes we have to put a dot on the ‘I’ of ‘Italic’,” he joked. “We agreed against our will.”

with the Asterix films prove the box office success of the book attracted a new, younger generation of followers. That is reflected in the print run of Asterix and cart race with five million copies of the scheme.

writing by Luke Baker; editing by Gareth Jones.

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