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Asterix and the Secret Weapon (Anglais) Broché – 4 août 1993

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Book by Goscinny Rene Uderzo Albert

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the Indominitable Gauls fight the oldest battle of all.. 11 avril 1999
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Format: Broché
The battle of the sexes comes to the village of our hero Asterix. When a new female bard shows up in the village, the chaos begins...Soon the men and women of the village are divided, Asterix is banished, and to top things off, Rome has cooked up a new plot to bring the village to heel(but that would be telling...). This is a classical romp of how stupid both genders can be, but can pull together when the need arises. Watch the Roman who cooks up the "Secret Weapon" get the pasting he so richly deserves in true slapstick style...
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Uderzo was no Goscinny 15 février 2005
Par Ryan - Publié sur
Format: Broché
No Asterix book is worth ONE star (sorry Elizabeth). However, this isn't anywhere near the classic Asterix standard (6 stars, at least!) , possibly some of the finest and most subtle (yes, there's loads of subtle stuff along with the obvious jokes) humour around.

Unfortunately, this book shares the problems of all the books after Rene died...Goscinny is a great illustrator...hence the two stars (and Anthea Bell and Derek Hockridge are superb translators), but the jokes and the plot...ah Rene, how we all wish you were alive.
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Asterix deals with a new problem 5 août 2002
Par Gary Selikow - Publié sur
Format: Broché
First published in French in 1991 as La Rose et Le Glaive and in English the same year.
The cohesion of the village we know so well is thrown into disarray, when a radical feminist Bard moves into the village to replace Cacofonix. This results in the men of the village moving out!
Meanwhile Julius Caesar. Has come up with his latest plan to defeat the village, a garrison of beautiful female legionnaires arrives in the local Roman camp. The Gauls cannot hit them, covered as they are by the code of Gaullish gallantry. Bravura, luckily, together with Asterix, with whom she has been at loggerheads come up with a plan to save the day.
This one deals head on with the gender debate, in a charming and fun way. Even if a lot of the humour has been recycled from previous Asterix books.
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The magic is gone. 17 août 2000
Par Elizabeth - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Let me begin by clarifying, I love Asterix books. I read them as a child, and then as an adult who could finally understand all the brilliant puns. I played with Asterix toys. The words "Ferpectly Right!" have been known to escape my lips during a night of debauchery. And I never thought I would be compelled to give one star to an Asterix book.
But this is not a good book. The premise of it excited me...feminism strikes the male-dominated world of Asterix! Certainly, as a young female reader of Asterix, the limitations with which female characters were depicted grew tiresome. A woman was either a nagging wife, or a tempting sex-pot. Enter the female bard in hot pants! I had such high expectations for this book.
But this is not a good book. Perhaps too much time has passed between this Asterix installment and its brilliant predecessors. Perhaps I can love the slapstick, cartoonish violence that charm all Asterix books, but I cannot forgive Asterix for striking a female merely because she angers him.
Beyond my feminist ideals, the jokes fell flat, the story felt contrived. It's so below par from the rest of the wonderful books. Skip this one, and remember, there comes a time when all series really should have been cancelled.
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