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ΒΟΟΚ 2. GOSCINNY AND UDERZO. ΤΟ ΘΙ. IN SPAIN. μDEP2ο. HODDER CHILDREN'S BOOKS . ASTERIX? OH WELL, THEYVE. BEEN BEATEN UP so. Asterix in Spain is the fourteenth volume of the Asterix comic book series, by René Goscinny (stories) and Albert Uderzo (illustrations). It was originally serialized. Free download Pdf files: Asterix in Spain Pdf. Discover ideas about Comics Pdf . Read Asterix Comics Online - Asterix Comics - Chapter 14 - Page 1.

When the frightened Roman Brontosaurus tries to act Spanish, his knees shake against each other, and Pepe says "his knees make a nice sound, as if they accompany him"; this is a reference to castanets which make a similar sound when used while singing. The travelers witness nocturnal processions of druids , a very clear reference to the religious processions associated with later Spanish people; one such procession places the druids in conical masks recalling those of a Spanish priesthood.

The final scenes are a fictional depiction of the origin of bull fighting , a tradition in Spain. The line "A fish, a fish, my kingdom for a fish" on the last page, is a reference to William Shakespeare 's play Richard III , wherein Richard demands a horse in the same words.

The line is also referenced with Asterix in Britain 's Chief Mykingdomforanos a dialect form of "My kingdom for a horse". Although the Iberian peninsula had long been controlled by Rome, this album mentions the Battle of Munda , which took place in 45 BC also mentioned , and thus about a year prior to Caesar's assassination ; but appears in nearly 20 following albums over a much greater time period.

This was the first book in the series to feature Unhygienix the fishmonger and his wife Bacteria. It is also the first to feature a fight between the villagers, started by Unhygenix's fish. Pepe's skill with the sling may be a historical nod to the ancient slingers of the Balearic Islands , famous for their skill with this weapon.

Gaul Banquet Normans Fulliautomatix is the village bully. Constantly picking on Unhygenix, Cacofonix or Geriatrix, although with Geriatrix he can't bash him - it wouldn't be right to bash a senior citizen, which really annoys Geriatrix, who demands equal treatment. The rivalry he shares with Unhygenix is a strange thing. They are abusing each other at every term, and Fulliautomatix is always making nasty remarks - usually dealing with the subject of Unhygenix's fish.

However, they are always seen together, and despite appearances they are in fact friends although friends that maintain their relationship by abusing each other. Fulliautomatix's relationship with Cacofonix is even stranger. Fulliautomatix is the village blacksmith, and can forge iron with his bare hands but only after taking the magic potion.

He likes to emulate the tough "macho" image. The only thing that can break his image is wife, the seemingly only person that can get him down see Asterix and the Secret Weapon. Unhygenix first appeared in Asterix in Spain when Asterix needed to download some fish, and along with him came the village fishfight.

Fulliautomatix swears that Unhygenix's fish isn't fresh. Whether it is or not is debatable - he always has the village woman lining up outside his shop prepared to download his produce.

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However, the fish probably does go off quite a lot, for as we learn in Asterix and the Great Crossing, instead of going fishing in the sea next to the village, Unhygenix gets his fish bought in by ox-cart from Lutetia, as you never know where fish caught from the sea have been! The rivalry he shares with Fulliautomatix is a strange thing. They are abusing each other at every term. Short, grey whiskers and hair.

White breeches and Dark Blue top. Married to Mrs Geriatrix. Geriatrix is the only character in the Asterix books of whom we know their age. He is 93 years young, I say "young" because although he looks very old, he doesn't act very old at all! He is always ready to fight, even without the magic potion, like the time he fought at the battle of Alesia which the Gauls incedentally lost. So popular in fact that he is married to the most beautiful of them all - Mrs Geriatrix.

Don't ask me why Mrs Geriatrix would marry Geriatrix. Maybe she likes older men, maybe she had been brainwashed, or maybe dare I say it looks don't matter! You see Geriatrix, although he tries to emulate a "tough battler" image, is a nice guy. Who else would be prepared to do the dishes while the wife is out at parties? Who else would be prepared to give up a good punch up because he might catch a cold?

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Who else would give foriegners a go because his wife tells him to? Or maybe he just really likes his wife Geriatrix first properly appeared in Asterix at the Olympic Games. Before then there were some old villagers but they had never been given a name. We immdeiently see him warming up to the Greek Girls see what he gets up to without his wife around? Since then, Geriatrix has been a welcome addition to the Asterix universe. Aims to finally conquer the Gaulish village that still holds out against him.

Gets upset if trees are felled. First appears in: Asterix and the Banquet Name: The Pirates About: Asterix and Obelix always seem to meet the Pirates when they are travelling by Pirate, which is always a good excuse for a punch-up. Their boat always ends up sinking.

Sometimes thinks she has wasted her life in the village and wants to return to Lutetia. Despite their arguments, she loves her husband dearly. Entrusts her son Ptomely to the village to ensure his safety.

Comes to the village often to visit her parents. Obelix has a large crush on her.

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Asterix, Obelix and Getafix meet another druid Valueaddedtax , who uses his magical powers to convince the Romans that they are actually druids he makes a legionary bray like a donkey. At the edge of the Forest of the Carnutes, Getafix and his friend leave Asterix and Obelix for the druid's conference.

Unaware that the Goth band is hiding nearby, the druids begin their conference. Getafix easily wins the "Golden Menhir " prize with his potion, which gives superhuman strength.

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Realizing Getafix is just the druid they need, the Goths ambush him while he is leaving the woods. Asterix and Obelix, fearing for their friend's safety, enter the woods and find a Visigoth helmet actually a pickelhaube like those worn by Germans during the first years of World War I.

They instantly set out towards the east thoroughly confusing Obelix to rescue Getafix.

Unfortunately, they run into another Roman patrol, which spots the helmet Asterix is carrying and mistakes them for Goths who are wanted for assaulting Roman border guards. Obelix and Asterix easily defeat the Romans, but the Roman general is informed of the incident and sends out pictures of Asterix and Obelix with a reward for their capture.

Asterix has the bright idea of disguising himself and Obelix as Romans and ambush two legionaries, stealing their armor and weapons and leaving them tied up and gagged. Two other legionaries, searching for the Goths, come across our heroes, in which Obelix's laughter almost blows his and Asterix's cover, although the legionaries think their fellow comrades' hair and whiskers are suspicious. Later, the two legionaries spot the two tied-up Romans and mistake them for Asterix and Obelix, taking them to the general's tent.

When the captives are ungagged, however, the full story comes out, and the Romans promptly begin capturing each other left and right, believing each other to be Goths, much to the disappoinment of the General.

Asterix and Obelix, back in Gaulish clothing, are completely untouched. The Goths cross the Roman Empire's border back into Germania, stunning a young legionary whose eagerness to report an invasion becomes a running gag.

They present the druid first to a customs officer, who at first refuses to let them through on charges of importing foreign goods. Meanwhile, Asterix and Obelix also stun the young legionary and enter the Gothic lands.

While running into a Gothic border patrol, Obelix stupidly uses the cover up names he and Asterix used for their Roman disguises, making the patrol think our heroes are Romans.

After Asterix and Obelix beat up the patrol, they disguise themselves as Goths, infiltrating their barracks as members of the army.Although the Iberian peninsula had long been controlled by Rome, this album mentions the Battle of Munda , which took place in 45 BC also mentioned , and thus about a year prior to Caesar's assassination ; but appears in nearly 20 following albums over a much greater time period.

In the circus of Hispalis they are both pitched against an aurochs. First appears in: Asterix and the Banquet Name: The Pirates About: Asterix and Obelix always seem to meet the Pirates when they are travelling by Pirate, which is always a good excuse for a punch-up.

When Brontosaurus sees Asterix and Obelix overcome some bandits, he plans to steal the magic potion that increases Asterix's strength; but is caught red-handed by Asterix and in the subsequent chase both are arrested by Roman legionaries. It would seem that Getafix is the most famous of the Druids.