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Asterix ja Caesarin papyrus (2015)

– tekijä: Jean-Yves Ferri, Didier Conrad (Kuvittaja)

Sarjat: Asterix seikkailee (36)

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Asterix, the Gaul is back for more funny, fast-paced adventure in this cheeky and energetic comic, the New York Times bestselling thirty-sixth Asterix album. Julius Caesar has finished writing the history of his campaigns in Gaul. His publisher, Libellus Blockbustus, foresees a huge success ... but there's a snag. The chapter about Caesar's defeats by the indomitable Gauls of Armorica. Cut it, Blockbustus advises, and everyone will believe that Caesar conquered all Gaul! Or will they? Newsmonger and activist Confoundtheirpolitix takes the chapter to Asterix's village. Can the Gauls make sure the truth is revealed? Multi-million selling Asterix is much loved across the world, perfect for children age 7-11 and hilarious for kids and parents alike. Following in the footsteps of Goscinny and Uderzo, the thirty-sixth Asterix album by Ferri and Conrad is a number 3 New York Times bestselling title.… (lisätietoja)
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The second outing for the Ferri/Conrad partnership sees Julius Caeser write his famous book about the Gallic Wars! However, he's told to edit out the part about the Village of Indomitable Gauls and instead claim he conquered all of Gaul...certain parties are keen to preserve the real story. Typical shennanigans ensue, complete with long-suffering legionaries, arguments between villagers, pirates, violence, puns, irony and irreverence. The whimsy is dialled down compared even to its immediate predecessor, let alone the extravagances of Uderzo's authorial efforts but for me the best Asterix books take our heroes to a foreign country and take the mick out of the cultural stereo-types. Here the Gauls never leave, well, Gaul. Still, it's an at least averagely good entry in the series and that average is pretty high quality! ( )
  Arbieroo | Jul 17, 2020 |
I actually found this book a bit slow and tedious. It appears to be a more recent one with a copyright date of 2015. There weren't many really funny jokes in it.
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  DeborahJade | Dec 25, 2017 |
A charming Asterix adventure, this new album is a worthy addition to the long-running French comic series. It addresses a question which is crucial for the authenticity of the series: why did Julius Caesar never mention in his histories his failure to defeat the Gauls of Asterix's village? Asterix and the Missing Scroll answers that he chose to cover it up in a whitewash of history – not so much history being written by the victors as a case of history being written by those who can write. The authors, writer Jean-Yves Ferri and illustrator Didier Conrad, spruce up this compelling theme with clear contemporary references to Julian Assange and the Wikileaks scandal that might go over the heads of young readers, but will be recognisable to older children (and nostalgic adults picking up the new Asterix out of curiosity – guilty as charged).

I wasn't quite sure where Ferri and Conrad wanted to take this theme – the plot loses its way in the shouting match at the end, with the message rather muddled – but the attempt to provide more than just a nuts-and-bolts story like their previous offering, the limited Asterix and the Picts, is very welcome. This is a bona fide, intelligent Asterix adventure that does the legacy of Goscinny and Uderzo proud (the two creators are even referenced in a nice little homage at the very end of the book). Whilst the odd joke does fall flat (there's a running joke about grass that I don't get, though it's probably staring me in the face), I was very impressed by Asterix and the Missing Scroll. Contrary to how I felt after reading Picts, I'm now looking forward to the next Ferri/Conrad addition to this eternal series. ( )
  MikeFutcher | Mar 19, 2017 |
A comic which satirizes the successful Julius Caesar against Gaul.
  gmicksmith | Nov 20, 2016 |
This is the first new Asterix book I've bought in decades, and marks a return in form to the golden age of the 1970's adventures. I've been pretty much out of the loop of Asterix since childhood, although have an awareness of a decline as the original writer passed away, and it was only by chance browsing in my local independent bookshop that I picked this up -- but isn't that how all the best discoveries are made?

As an adult, I'm a little uncomfortable with the Asterix In Country X adventures which enforce, though affectionately, outdated stereotypes of nations. This adventure is different, satirising government leaks, cover-ups, journalism, and new technologies. In this respect it is much more in the territory of "and the Roman Agent" or "and Caesar's gifts". As well as this, favourite characters and running jokes are present, up-to-date on references.

What sets Asterix aside for me, other than nostalgia, is the layering of the story, from slapstick violence up to subtle satire in the naming of the characters which may completely pass you by on first reading, but doesn't detract from the flow of the story. And I'm delighted to see that the English translator is still the Goddess Anthea Bell, whose touch in reversion-ing or adding humour is undiminished. There is a nice post-modern touch in the post-script which pays tribute to the original authors -- in Ferri and Conrad Goscinny and Oderzo have found the successors they needed and deserve. I'll be following the publication of new books much more closely in the future! ( )
  rrmmff2000 | May 2, 2016 |
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Asterix, the Gaul is back for more funny, fast-paced adventure in this cheeky and energetic comic, the New York Times bestselling thirty-sixth Asterix album. Julius Caesar has finished writing the history of his campaigns in Gaul. His publisher, Libellus Blockbustus, foresees a huge success ... but there's a snag. The chapter about Caesar's defeats by the indomitable Gauls of Armorica. Cut it, Blockbustus advises, and everyone will believe that Caesar conquered all Gaul! Or will they? Newsmonger and activist Confoundtheirpolitix takes the chapter to Asterix's village. Can the Gauls make sure the truth is revealed? Multi-million selling Asterix is much loved across the world, perfect for children age 7-11 and hilarious for kids and parents alike. Following in the footsteps of Goscinny and Uderzo, the thirty-sixth Asterix album by Ferri and Conrad is a number 3 New York Times bestselling title.

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