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Man, Asterix is awesome. I should track down some collections–it’s been ages since I read the ones my stepdad brought from England when he moved to the ‘states.

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Is there some kind of omnibus coming out? Like that Tintin one that didn’t come out?

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The Beatles are forever. The Beatles are blessed by God with eternity. The Beatles shall dance upon our bones in the dead sunsets of a desolate tomorrow.

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I am in awe. Asterix is DA MAN!

Great post :)

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At last, the triumphant return!

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Brad Reed said on July 28th, 2008 at 11:23 am

My daughter learned #29 the hard way. If only she were old enough to read Asterix and could have prepared herself first.

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So was Ringo called the Starr-Master?

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THANK YOU! This was the thing I missed most from your LJ. It’s a real joy to see it back.

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Asterix is awesome. I did not have a misspent childhood because I can recognize most of those frames on sight.

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#11 is rugby played in the spirit of the game.

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What NeilB said. Although technically there should be three or four gentlemen jumping up and down on Hipphurraux.

20 is actually from the lesson that taught you not to use demi-sec or doux to fend off pilum-wielding Romans.

Oh, and Asterix in Corsica is probably the greatest use of national stereotypes in the history of human culture.

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$16 looks very Tintinesque, is it the same artist? I remember reading some Tintin when I was rather young, really brings back memories…

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$16 looks very Tintinesque, is it the same artist? I remember reading some Tintin when I was rather young, really brings back memories…

Read the caption about making fun of a friendly rival again.

Man this post is awesome.

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Epic win.

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[...] Everything Chris Sims needed to know he learned from Asterix comics. No really, [...]

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Karl Ruben said on July 30th, 2008 at 6:13 am

Dude, Chris Sims writes this blog too? That guy is everywhere. Also, thanks for this – sent me right back to the Asterix section of my parents’ comics shelf.

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[...] Everything I Ever Really Needed To Know I Learned From Asterix Comics, Part One Asterix is one of the most fun comics I’ve ever read, highly recommended [...]

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What comic is picture 27 from?
The one with Asterix as a giant?

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