Welcome at Asterix around the World

A site which is dedicated to the 35 comic albums in the Asterix series created by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo, now continued by Jean-Yves Ferri and Didier Conrad, and especially the 100+ languages and dialects these albums are translated into. Furthermore you can find caricatures, album summaries and other interesting information. Check our menu to find out more...
Asterix, Obelix and villagers
Latest news: 07 August - Commentarii de Bello Gallico
Bit by bit we are served little treats from the new book. In their recent web-série French LeFigaro show us new pictures of the coming book (and we like them). It is clear from the text that the story evolves around the book "Commentarii de Bello Gallico" written by Julius Caesar. We see Asterix complain that Caesar called the Belgae the most brave people of all Gauls. Elsewhere we can read that Caesar was funded for his various conquests because he wrote that all of Gaul was conquered. We know that is not completely true. (5 August 15)
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Asterix around the World - since 1995 Who is Asterix?

Asterix has become an institution in Europe, and a worldwide best seller. This heroic comic book character lives around 50 BC in a fictional Gaulish village in northwest Armorica. Together with his oversized, clumsy but good-hearted friend Obelix, he outwits Julius Caesar and his Roman Legions while preventing them from conquering their village. A recurring plot in most albums concerns the attempts by the Romans to steal the secret recipe of a potion that gives the drinker superhuman strength.

Asterix and Latraviata
the manylanguages of Asterix

Asterix, Obelix and Romans