Asterix the Legionary

Asterix the Legionary

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When Tragicomix is conscripted into the Roman army Asterix and Obelix enlist as legionnaires to come to his rescue.
Publisher: London : Orion House, c2004
Edition: Rev ed. --
ISBN: 9780752866215
Branch Call Number: J GN FIC Gosci 3558jv 1
Characteristics: 48 p. :,col. ill., col. map. --
Additional Contributors: Uderzo


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Mar 31, 2017

So author sugar coated fictional Roman Civil war.
Otherwise decent portrayal of volunteer multinational professional army.

red_chicken_231 Jan 03, 2016

SO funny! Asterix joining the legion! Obelix wants food (as always) and an Egyptian says funny hieroglyphics! Asterix is always fun!

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red_chicken_231 Jan 03, 2016

"My dear Obelix, you're in love!"

Jan 08, 2014

these Egyptians are crazy


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red_chicken_231 Jan 03, 2016

In Asterix the Legionary, Obelix falls in love with Panacea, but she is already engaged to Tragicomix, a young man who has been taken away by Romans. Asterix and Obelix try to save him, joining the Roman army and making their instructors cry by their silly shenanigans. They end up going to a Roman camp in North Africa where Julius Caesar is planning an attack on Scipio, the Roman's enemy. They get help from a spy (with seafood souffle involved) and learn that Tragicomix has been taken hostage by Scipio. They are scared he is dead, but learn some hostages are taken in for questioning. They find him and return to that "little Gaulish village we know so well." Panacea is happy, she and Tragicomix get married, and (as always) they have a banquet.


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