- French Obélix, from obélisque, obelisk (Wiktionary)
“Â And while I doubt Obelix is a simple as he is draw, it seems weird that he would need to be reminded he fell into a vat of the stuff as a child that gave him permanent super strength.”
“Â For the heroes of the story, time has not treated them well, and poor Obelix is pretty down that he has nothing to do.”
“Fifty years of Asterix and Obelix is certainly something to celebrate, and in the tiny Gaul town, the celebration is just getting started.”
“Obelix is typically seen carrying a large menhir stone (thus his name = Obelisk), which he manufactures and sells from his quarry near the village of invincible Gauls.”
“So he sets out to buy Obelix's Menhirs and introduce the self-sufficient, independant and free Gauls to the concept of money in the book entitled Obelix and Co my favorite of all the Asterix books.”
“I must have become somekind of Obelix in this matter: -) (Reply) (Thread) (Link) nachtvisser on June 4th, 2010 07: 59 pm (UTC)”
“Â As a big fan of the art in the books, I wish I had some original art, or even a giant Fathead wall art poster of Asterix and Obelix for my Nerd Room of Doom.”
“DVD Review: AstÃ©rix et ObÃ©lix contre CÃ©sar (Asterix & Obelix vs. Caesar) (6)”
“Fellow actor Edouard Baer, who was traveling with the 62-year-old film star on the flight to Dublin to film the latest "Asterix and Obelix" movie, said Depardieu had tried to urinate in a water bottle when denied access to the toilet by a hostess.”
“Moscato, too, opted for the screen after rugby, presenting a weekly show and appearing in more than a dozen films, the next being the latest in the Asterix and Obelix series, this one in 3D with Gérard Depardieu and Catherine Deneuve.”
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