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Asterix Omnibus 11: Includes Asterix and the Actress #31, Asterix and the Class Act #32, Asterix and the Falling Sky #33 (v. 2) epub

by Rene Goscinny,Albert Uderzo


Asterix Omnibus 11: Includes Asterix and the Actress #31, Asterix and the Class Act #32, Asterix and the Falling Sky #33 (v. 2) epub

ISBN: 0752891588

ISBN13: 978-0752891583

Author: Rene Goscinny,Albert Uderzo

Category: Comics and Graphics

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: Orion (March 4, 2008)

Pages: 144 pages

ePUB book: 1949 kb

FB2 book: 1379 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 122

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I love Asterix books since my childhood. Uderzo got future technology and space travel into this story. I just did not feel that it fit into the Asterix world too well. Still a good story though

I love Asterix books since my childhood. Now I have bought all the omnibus volumes (1-11) for my 11 year old son. These are great value for money as you get three comics in each volume. He loves them too and have read them multiple times. The 11th volume is a little different from the previous volumes. Only one of the three comics out of the three in this volume is a regular (about 44 pages long) Asterix comic book. Still a good story though.

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Bibliographic Details Publisher: Orion 2008-03-04. Publication Date: 2008. He met Rene Goscinny in 1951 and on 29 October 1959 their most famous creation, Asterix, made his first appearance on page 20 of Pilote. Asterix the Gaul, their first album, was published in 1961 and there have now been 34 Asterix albums.

Albert Uderzo was born in 1927 in a small village in Marne, France. ASTERIX THE GAUL, their first album, was published in 1961 and there have now been 35 Asterix albums. Country of Publication.

Obelix celebrate their joint birthday party in "Asterix and the Actress" with some surprising guests. Asterix and the Class Act" goes back to the day of Asterix's birth, and follows him through school and the bid for the very first Gaulish Olympics. In "Asterix and the Falling Sky ""it looks as if "the Gauls' one big fear that the sky will fall on their heads just might come true. But it turns out to be something very different: a space race.

In Asterix and The Actress we see Asterix and Obelix celebrate their joint birthday party back in the Gaulish village .

In Asterix and The Actress we see Asterix and Obelix celebrate their joint birthday party back in the Gaulish village - and some surprise guests have been invited! In Asterix and the Class Act we learn about the day Asterix and Obelix were born (in the middle of a village fish fight), how Obelix goes back to school, and the bid for the very first Gaulish Olympics.

Asterix and the Class Act (French: Astérix et la rentrée gauloise, "Asterix and the Gaulish return; la rentrée is the French return to school after the summer break).

Asterix and the Class Act (French: Astérix et la rentrée gauloise, "Asterix and the Gaulish return; la rentrée is the French return to school after the summer break) is officially the thirty-second album of the Asterix comic book series, by René Goscinny (stories) and Albert Uderzo (illustrations and some stories), published in 2003. Unlike the other Asterix books, it is a compilation of short stories, rather than one long story. Each story has an introductory page giving some of its original history.

Manufacturer: Asterix Release date: 15 November 2007 ISBN-10 : 0752891588 ISBN-13: 9780752891583.

Asterix and the Big Fight. Book 31. Asterix and the Actress.

Asterix and the Class Act (French: Astérix et la rentrée gauloise) is officially the thirty-second album of the Asterix comic book series, by René Goscinny (stories) and Albert Uderzo (illustrations and some stories), published in 2003

Asterix and the Class Act (French: Astérix et la rentrée gauloise) is officially the thirty-second album of the Asterix comic book series, by René Goscinny (stories) and Albert Uderzo (illustrations and some stories), published in 2003. Unlike the other Asterix books it is a compilation of short stories, rather than one long story.

The Asterix series is one of the most popular Franco-Belgian comics in the world, with the . Asterix and the Falling Sky (2005).

The success of the series has led to the adaptation of several books into 13 films: nine animated, and four live action (one of which, Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra, was a major box office success in France) File:Uderzo dibujando a Asterix. Albert Uderzo drawing Astérix, in 1971.

Collects three comics on the story of Asterix the Gaul, a strong, inteligent warrior, and the adventures he has while protecting his village from the invading Romans.
I love Asterix books since my childhood. Now I have bought all the omnibus volumes (1-11) for my 11 year old son. These are great value for money as you get three comics in each volume. He loves them too and have read them multiple times.
The 11th volume is a little different from the previous volumes. Only one of the three comics out of the three in this volume is a regular (about 44 pages long) Asterix comic book. Others are reprint of very short stories and comic strips which were published in newspapers and magazines. My son didn't find these very engaging. The best Asterix books are ithe jointly created by Goscinny and Uderzo. All stories in this book were written after Goscinny died. The first full comic book in this volume are good , but neither me nor my son found the rest of the short stories that great.I will highly recommend all other Omnibus volumes (1-10).
Asterix and his adventures are always awesome but after Goscinny's passing, Uderzo has not maintained the same amazing tongue and cheek humor as the pair did together.

The stories are still entertaining and definitely worth a read. But "Asterix and the Class Act" is basically a compilation of all their short stories over the years with some write-ups. Very interesting but not something I look for in an Asterix story.

Asterix and the Falling Sky is just too bizarre for my tastes. Uderzo got future technology and space travel into this story. I just did not feel that it fit into the Asterix world too well. Still a good story though.

The binding and format of the compilation is great and if you collect Asterix then this is the book for you.
The writer, Rene Goscinny, had unfortunately passed away by this edition and his absence is noticeable. Earlier editions are better.
My grandchildren love Asterix, this is the latest of the books I gave them as a present, and they still love all of them
Great series
I love the Asterix series so I bought them all. The earlier versions are better, of course.
I wish I could get this in hardback. Warning to long-time fans: this is very different from a typical Astérix adventure, it's more like a grab-bag. Still, my children found it very entertaining.
Interesting Comics!