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Asterix Omnibus, vol. 10 (Asterix #28-30)

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In this special collectors' edition, books 28 to 20 are brought together in one fabulous volume for the first time ever.
In ASTERIX AND THE MAGIC CARPET,Cacofonix's awful singing vioce comes to the rescue of the lovely Princess Orinjade, who is going to be sacrificed.
In ASTERIX AND THE SECRET WEAPON, Caesar has unleashed a troop of female legionaries, relying on the chivalr
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Paperback, 156 pages
Published December 20th 2011 by Asterix (first published October 6th 2008)
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J.
The Magic Carpet: I did not get what I expected here. I've heard a lot of good things about this being a "classic" work, but it was extremely disappointing on that end. The art style is solid, though not really fantastic, but the writing is totally uninteresting. There are some gags, but nothing very funny, and a plethora of puns ranging from the mildly-amusing to the just-obnoxious to the lost-in-translation. (Question: "Is anyone coming?" Answer: "The answer is a lemon.") The plotline is vague ...more
Regina Hunter
I was disappointed in this one, was soo not like Asterix to hit a girl even the one that kissed him, and few other things that were changed, probably will just re-watch the movies.
Khairul H.
Towards the end, the stories weren't as fun as the earlier ones. Still good on their own though (except for All at Sea which is a "meh" at best).
Lanea
I remember reading Asterix back in the day and loving it . . . but what is with the depiction of the African characters? Come on!
Aby Mathews
its a very hilarious book..
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René Goscinny was a French author, editor and humorist, who is best known for the comic book Astérix, which he created with illustrator Albert Uderzo, and for his work on the comic series Lucky Luke with Morris (considered the series' golden age).

Series:
* Asterix
More about René Goscinny...

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