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Caesar agrees, sending Preposterus to one of the village's outlying Roman camps. Upon meeting Obelix carrying a menhir through the forest, Preposterus claims to be a menhir buyer and offers to make Obelix a rich man, on the pretext it will give him power, by buying every menhir he can make.

Obelix agrees and begins making and delivering a single menhir a day to his new customer.

Demand for his goods increases in time, forcing Obelix to hire villagers - while some aid him, the others hunt boar for himself and his new workers. The resulting workload causes him to neglect his faithful companion Dogmatix , while Asterix refuses to help him, concerned on what this is doing to him. As Obelix grows wealthy and begins wearing ostentatious clothes, many of the village's men are criticised by their wives for not matching his success.

In response, many turn to making their own menhirs to sell to the Romans, despite not knowing what they are for, with Getafix supplying them with magic potion for their work. As most of the village grows wealthy, only Asterix, Getafix, Cacofonix and Vitalstatistix are not engaged in the new economic system, with Asterix estimating that this new change will not last. Caesar soon becomes angered when he learns that Preposterus' plan is placing him in financial debt.

To counter this, Preposterus decides to sell the abundance of menhirs to patricians on the pretext they are a symbol of great wealth and high rank. However, this causes problems as other provinces begin making their own menhirs to sell to the Romans, creating a growing Menhir crisis that is crippling the Roman economy and threatening a civil conflict from the Empire's workforce.

To put a stop to this, Caesar orders Preposterus to cease further trading with Gauls or face being thrown to the lions. Unknown to him, Obelix becomes miserable from the wealth and power he made, having never understood it all, and how much it has changed other villagers, making him wish to go back to enjoying the fun he had with Asterix and Dogmatix. Asterix soon hears of this and agrees to go hunting boar with him if he reverts to his old clothes, knowing that the villagers' lives are about to return to normal.

When Preposterus arrives to announce he will not be buying another menhir, the villagers claim Obelix knew of this in advance when he called a halt in his work but did not tell them, causing him to fight with them. Asterix soon breaks up the fight, directing the villagers to attack the Romans for causing the whole mess they are in. As they head off to wreck the camp Preposterus is residing in, Obelix decides to take no part in the fight.

While the villagers' wealth is gone, after events in Rome caused the sestertius they received to be devalued, they hold a traditional banquet to celebrate the return to normality.

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Julius Caesar has conquered nearly all of Gaul for the Roman Republic. The little Armorican village, however, has held out because the villagers can gain temporary superhuman strength by drinking a magic potion brewed by the local village druid, Getafix.

His chief is Vitalstatistix. The main protagonist and hero of the village is Asterix , who, because of his shrewdness, is usually entrusted with the most important affairs of the village. He is aided in his adventures by his rather corpulent and slower thinking friend, Obelix, who, because he fell into the druid's cauldron of the potion as a baby, has permanent superhuman strength because of this, Getafix steadily refuses to allow Obelix to drink the potion, as doing so would have a dangerous and unpredictable result.

Obelix is usually accompanied by Dogmatix , his little dog. Except for Asterix and Obelix, the names of the characters change with the language. Asterix and Obelix and sometimes other members of the village go on various adventures both within the village and in far away lands.

Places visited in the series include parts of Gaul Lutetia , Corsica etc.

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Humour[ edit ] The humour encountered in the Asterix comics often centers around puns , caricatures , and tongue-in-cheek stereotypes of contemporary European nations and French regions. Much of the humour in the initial Asterix books was French-specific, which delayed the translation of the books into other languages for fear of losing the jokes and the spirit of the story.

Some translations have actually added local humour: In the Italian translation, the Roman legionaries are made to speak in 20th-century Roman dialect, and Obelix's famous Ils sont fous ces romains "These Romans are crazy" is translated as Sono pazzi questi romani, humourously alluding to the Roman abbreviation SPQR.

In another example: Hiccups are written onomatopoeically in French as hips, but in English as "hic", allowing Roman legionaries in more than one of the English translations to decline their hiccups absurdly in Latin hic, haec, hoc.

The newer albums share a more universal humour, both written and visual. Certain rules are followed most of the time such as Gauls and their neighbours having an "-ix" suffix for the men and ending in "-a" for the women; for example, Chief Vitalstatistix so called due to his portly stature and his wife Impedimenta often at odds with the chief.

The male Roman names end in "-us", echoing Latin nominitive male singular form, as in Gluteus Maximus , a muscle-bound athlete whose name is literally the butt of the joke.

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Gothic names present-day Germany end in "-ic", after Gothic chiefs such as Alaric and Theoderic ; for example Rhetoric the interpreter. Greek names end in "-os" or "-es"; for example, Thermos the restaurateur.

British names end in "-ax" and are often puns on the taxation associated with the later United Kingdom ; examples include Valuaddedtax the druid, and Selectivemploymentax the mercenary.

Other nationalities are treated to Pidgin translations from their language, like Huevos y Bacon, a Spanish chieftain whose name, meaning eggs and bacon , is often guidebook Spanish for tourists , or literary and other popular media references, like Dubbelosix a sly reference to James Bond 's codename "".

Most of these jokes, and hence the names of the characters, are specific to the translation; for example, the druid named Getafix in English translation is Panoramix in the original French and Miraculix in German.

His name is usually left unchanged in translations, aside from accents and the use of local alphabets.

For explanations of some of the other names, see List of Asterix characters. Ethnic stereotypes[ edit ] Many of the Asterix adventures take place in other countries away from their homeland in Gaul.

In every album that takes place abroad, the characters meet usually modern-day stereotypes for each country, as seen by the French. Italics Italians are the inhabitants of Italy. In the adventures of Asterix, the term "Romans" is used by non-Italics to refer to all inhabitants of Italy, who at that time had extended their dominion over a large part of the Mediterranean basin.

But as can be seen in Asterix and the Chariot Race , in the Italic peninsula this term is used only to the people from the capital, with many Italics preferring to identify themselves as Umbrians, Etruscans, Venetians, etc. Various topics from this country are explored, as in this example, Italian gastronomy pasta, pizza, wine , art, famous people Pavarotti, Berlusconi, Mona Lisa , and even the controversial issue of political corruption.

Goths Germans are disciplined and militaristic, they are composed of many factions that fight amongst each other which is a reference to Germany before Otto von Bismarck , and to East and West Germany after the Second World War , and they wear the Pickelhaube helmet common during the German Empire. Helvetians Swiss are neutral, eat fondue , and are obsessed with cleaning, accurate time-keeping, and banks.

The Britons English are phlegmatic , and speak with early 20th-century aristocratic slang similar to Bertie Wooster. They stop for Tea every day making it with hot water and a drop of milk until Asterix brings them actual tea leaves , drink lukewarm beer Bitter , eat tasteless foods with mint sauce Rosbif , and live in streets containing rows of identical houses. Hibernians Irish are the inhabitants of Hibernia, the Latin name of Ireland. They fight against the Romans alongside the Britons to defend the British Isles.

Hispania Spain is overrun with tourists , the country where people of northern Europe go on vacation, ask to eat the same food they eat at their homelands, and cause tremendous traffic jams on the Roman roads.

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Other recurring topics are flamenco , bullfighting , and olive oil. Reference is also made to the famous literary character Don Quixote. The warrior first hallucinates American-style emblematic eagles ; the second time, he sees stars in the formation of the Stars and Stripes ; the third time, he sees stars shaped like the United States Air Force roundel.Numbers 25—31 and 33 are by Uderzo alone. The only English translation ever to be published were in the Asterix Annual and. Thank you so much , I have been looking for these for more than a year thank you so much.

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All in many languages and, like all great literature, they are best in English. Getafix 's comment on page 30 "And the funny thing is, we still don't know what menhirs are for!

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