Asterix and Obelix All at Sea

Asterix and Obelix All at Sea

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The slaves are revolting... they've stolen Julius Casar's own galley. Seeking shelter in the little Gaulish village, they find it in crisis. Obelix has suffered dire effects from drinking the druid's magic potions on the sly. Can his friends get him cured by Absolutlifabulos, high priest of Atlantis? Enjoy all the thrills and spills of sea battles against the Roman navy!

Title:Asterix and Obelix All at Sea
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780752847177
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    Asterix and Obelix All at Sea Reviews

  • Gary

    Considering that Uderzo did write two excellent ones by himself-Asterix and the Black Gold, and Asterix and the Magic Carpet- this is not the best Asterix book.No doubt, Uderzo has explored some new t...

  • Deborah

    Cleopatra reminds Julius Caesar that he still has not conquered the Gauls in Armorica. Intent on recovering Caesar’s galley overtaken by slaves heading to the village, once again the Romans and Gaul...

  • Robert

    Heehee!Uderzo's more whimsical and fantastical turn of mind shows through as Asterix and co. meet Spartakis the escaped slave who's stolen Caesar's Galley, deal with the consequences of Obelix stealin...

  • Derelict Space Sheep

    Harmless fun, though there’s an overabundance of punning and without Goscinny the story lacks any real direction. That said, Uderzo’s illustrations remain exemplary. Along with the familiar Asteri...

  • Biondatina

    The most funny of this issue the young Ovelix! The second funniest is the Greek revolted slave Spartakis that looks like Kirk Douglas! Have you ever seen a galley in a Roman Army camp?...

  • Oliver

    Revolting slaves led by Kirk Douglas lookalike Spartakis steal a Roman flagship and seek asylum with the Gauls, hotly pursued my Caesar's men. Obelix ODs on magic potion with dramatic consequences. Na...

  • Thomas

    oh naughty little Obelix sneaking in a cauldron of magic potion which he has always wanted, only to discover the effects were disastrous and he turned into solid granite and was taken back to his chil...

  • Nick

    This book, set well into the series [in fact, after the passing of one of the creators] is bizarre humor at its best. Don't mind the inconsistencies that will pop up, just run with it and laugh. As us...

  • Gillian

    Not one of the best, in my opinion. Perhaps I just prefer to read these in French or German now: for some reason, the jokes seem funnier. Caesar's galley has been stolen by some slaves who now need to...

  • Malcolm Cox

    We finally find out just why Getafix has not allowed Obelix to partake of the magic potion when Obelix goes ahead and does just that, with disastrous results. I loved it.These books are full of bright...