René Goscinny

Four great adventures in one volume! This edition includes Asterix albums 36-39: Album 36. Asterix and the Missing Scroll (2015) Album 37. Asterix and the Chariot Race (2017) Album 38. Asterix and the Chieftain's Daughter (2019) Album 39. Asterix and the Griffin Asterix and the Missing Scroll: Julius Caesar has written a history of his campaigns in Gaul. His publisher, Libellus Blockbustus, advises him to edit out a chapter detailing his defeats by the indomitable Gauls. A stolen copy of the censored chapter ends up with the Gauls, who want to ensure it will be remembered for future generations Asterix and the Chariot Race: Obelix decides to join a chariot race across Italy, accompanied by Asterix and Dogmatix. The race takes them to Venexia, Florencia, Neapolis, Sena Julia and other locations. Asterix and the Chieftain's Daughter: Escorted by two Arvernes chiefs, a mysterious teenager has just arrived at the village. Caesar and his legionaries seek her, and for good reason. In the village, it is rumored that the father of the teen is the great Vercingétorix himself. Asterix and the Griffin: When Julius Caesar launches an expedition to capture a griffin, Sarmatian shaman Fanciacuppov, to whom griffins are holy, asks Getafix for help. The Gaulish druid brings Asterix and Obelix, who team up with a band of female warriors to fight the Romans, as Dogmatix meets a pack of wolves.

  • Classification : Graphic Novels & Comics
  • Pub Date : FEB 10, 2023
  • Imprint : SPHERE
  • Page Extent : 192
  • Binding : HB
  • ISBN : 9781408728772
  • Price : INR 1,499

René Goscinny

Albert Uderzo has been illustrating Asterix for 37 years, and has written the most recent titles since Goscinny's death. He enjoys racing sports cars and owns a large number of Ferraris. He was the recipient of the Legion d'Honneur, France's highest honour, for services to the arts. Asterix is a best seller in 70 languages

Rene Goscinny was born in Paris in 1926, and spent most of his childhood in Argentina, before eventually moving to Paris in 1951. He died in 1977.

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