History ComicBook / Asterix

13th Oct '17 11:44:23 AM Jhonny
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*** When going to join the legion, Asterix tells Obelix to stand back while he speaks to the the guard, as they need to be nice to the Romans. Asterix subsequently loses his temper with the (extremely overbearing) guard and punches him, and through the rest of the story, "being nice to" someone means to thump them.

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*** When going to join the legion, Asterix tells Obelix to stand back while he speaks to the the guard, as they need to be nice to the Romans. Asterix subsequently loses his temper with the (extremely overbearing) guard and punches him, and through the rest of the story, "being nice to" someone means to thump them.
3rd Oct '17 6:14:09 PM sabremeister
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** Gauls (including Belgians and Corsicans) -ix; Britons -ax;[[note]]plus -os and -ix for some[[/note]] Romans -us; Normans -af; Danes -sen; Greeks -os and -as; Goths -rik...

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** Gauls (including Belgians and Corsicans) -ix; Britons -ax;[[note]]plus -os and -ix for some[[/note]] Hibernians and Caledonians[[/note]] Romans -us; Normans -af; Danes -sen; Greeks -os and -as; Goths -rik...
26th Sep '17 7:04:09 AM Shadowgazer
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** The overall least comedic book in the series has to be ''Asterix and Obelix All at Sea''. Obelix [[TakenForGranite turns to stone]] after another overdose of magic potion and there are genuine concerns raised that he may be dead. We get a very depressing scene where Asterix sits by the lifeless Obelix's bed while Getafix unsucessfully tries to find a cure. The book also includes possibly the ''only'' time in the series where Asterix's life is actually put in genuine danger by Roman legionaries (they knock him unconscious and prepare to throw him overboard while Obelix watches helplessly... at first). It's also a rare instance in any Asterix book where [[spoiler:''the antagonist unambiguously dies'']].

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** The overall least comedic book in the series has to be ''Asterix and Obelix All at Sea''. Obelix [[TakenForGranite turns to stone]] after another overdose of magic potion and there are genuine concerns raised that he may be dead. We get a very depressing scene where Asterix sits by the lifeless Obelix's bed while Getafix unsucessfully tries to find a cure. The book also includes possibly one of the ''only'' time only times in the series where Asterix's life is actually put in genuine danger by Roman legionaries (they knock him unconscious and prepare to throw him overboard while Obelix watches helplessly... at first). It's also a rare instance in any Asterix book where [[spoiler:''the antagonist unambiguously dies'']].
15th Sep '17 6:41:39 PM chasemaddigan
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* AscendedExtra: Brutus [[TookALevelInJerkass suddenly]] becomes the BigBad of ''Asterix and Son'' after spending the entire series as a joke character. [[spoiler:He goes further than any villain previous and burns the village down. [[StatusQuoIsGod Fortunately Caesar rebuilds it out of honor and gratitude.]] Not to mention, it's heavily implied he was trying to ''[[CompleteMonster murder his baby brother]]'' in order to remain Caesar's only heir.]]

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* AscendedExtra: Brutus [[TookALevelInJerkass suddenly]] becomes the BigBad of ''Asterix and Son'' after spending the entire series as a joke character. [[spoiler:He goes further than any villain previous and burns the village down. [[StatusQuoIsGod Fortunately Caesar rebuilds it out of honor and gratitude.]] Not to mention, it's heavily implied he was trying to ''[[CompleteMonster murder ''murder his baby brother]]'' brother'' in order to remain Caesar's only heir.]]
15th Sep '17 4:26:39 PM Truehare
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!!''Asterix'' provides examples of:

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!!''Asterix'' provides examples of:
!!These tropes are crazy:
15th Sep '17 11:00:13 AM Truehare
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* AscendedExtra: Brutus [[TookALevelInJerkass suddenly]] becomes the BigBad of ''Asterix and Son'' after spending the entire series as a joke character. [[spoiler:He goes further than any villain previous and burns the village down. [[StatusQuoIsGod Fortunately Caesar rebuilds it out of honor and gratitude.]] Not to mention, he it's heavily implied he was trying to murder his baby brother to remain Caesar's only heir.]]

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* AscendedExtra: Brutus [[TookALevelInJerkass suddenly]] becomes the BigBad of ''Asterix and Son'' after spending the entire series as a joke character. [[spoiler:He goes further than any villain previous and burns the village down. [[StatusQuoIsGod Fortunately Caesar rebuilds it out of honor and gratitude.]] Not to mention, he it's heavily implied he was trying to ''[[CompleteMonster murder his baby brother brother]]'' in order to remain Caesar's only heir.]]
15th Sep '17 10:41:33 AM Truehare
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* AscendedExtra: Brutus [[TookALevelInJerkass suddenly]] becomes the BigBad of ''Asterix and Son'' after spending the entire series as a joke character. [[spoiler:He goes further than any villain previous and burns the village down. [[StatusQuoIsGod Fortunately Caesar rebuilds it out of honor and gratitude.]]]]

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* AscendedExtra: Brutus [[TookALevelInJerkass suddenly]] becomes the BigBad of ''Asterix and Son'' after spending the entire series as a joke character. [[spoiler:He goes further than any villain previous and burns the village down. [[StatusQuoIsGod Fortunately Caesar rebuilds it out of honor and gratitude.]]]]]] Not to mention, he it's heavily implied he was trying to murder his baby brother to remain Caesar's only heir.]]
13th Sep '17 8:00:45 AM hullflyer
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*** When going to join the legion, Asterix tells Obelix to stand back while he speaks to the the guard, as they need to be nice to the Romans. Asterix subsequently loses his temper with the (extremely overbearing) gaurd and punches him, and through the rest of the story, "being nice to" someone means to thump them.

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*** When going to join the legion, Asterix tells Obelix to stand back while he speaks to the the guard, as they need to be nice to the Romans. Asterix subsequently loses his temper with the (extremely overbearing) gaurd guard and punches him, and through the rest of the story, "being nice to" someone means to thump them.
13th Sep '17 7:50:05 AM hullflyer
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** Not to mention based on Obelix's experience, he doesn't appear [[AndIMustScream conscious or aware of his surroundings]] either.

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** Not to mention based on Obelix's experience, he doesn't appear [[AndIMustScream conscious or aware of his surroundings]] surroundings either.
28th Jul '17 7:37:07 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ArabianNightsDays: ''Recap/AsterixAndTheMagicCarpet''
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