- French Astérix, from astérisque ("asterisk"). (Wiktionary)
“Â While Asterix is revered in Europe, the iconic nature of the characters translates through the art so even those vaguely familiar with the characters can tell they are important.”
“Apropo of nothing, have you noticed that the UK names in Asterix are much better than the American versions?”
“Pursued by the Roman Navy, they take refuge in Asterix's village.”
“The company said gas had been discovered in a prospecting zone called Asterix, 1,360 metres deep 345 kilometres off the coast in the Norwegian Sea.”
“* Researching to see whether the history is accurate and where the story line diverges from reality my husband only half-jokingly calls Asterix "the definitive history of all peoples”
“If you're a fan of the movies based on the French comic book Gaul warrior called Asterix then you may be interested to know that a fourth film in the series is in the works, according to today's”
“I recall the Asterix books from my childhood being quite good at this, having Egyptians speaking in hieroglyphics and so on.”
“… aka Asterix and the Vikings (International: English title) … aka Asterix og vikingerne (Denmark)”
“There are superb shorter articles on the persistence of classical themes in comic books ( " Asterix, " " Wonder Woman " ) and cinema (think only of " Last Days of Pompeii " and " Ben-Hur, " among dozens of other films).”
“I imagine the 'Asterix' DVDs will depend on where it's released?”
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