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El mal trago de Obelix

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  • "Galère D' Obelix"@pl
  • "Asterix a galera de Obelix"@pt
  • "Obelix"
  • "Tumultus de Asterige"
  • "Galère d'Obélix"@pl
  • "All at sea"
  • "Asterix"
  • "Goscinny et Uderzo présentent une aventure d'Astérix"
  • "Goscinny and Uderzo present an Asterix adventure"
  • "Asterix and Obelix"
  • "Goscinny i Uderzo przedstawiajÄ… przygody Asteriksa"@pl
  • "La galère d'Obelix"
  • "Goscinny und Uderzo präsentieren den grossen Asterix"
  • "Goscinny y Uderzo presentan Una aventura de Astérix"

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  • "In ancient Rome the slaves are revolting ... and not only that, they've stolen Julius Caesar's own galley, the finest warship in the Roman navy. Under their heroic leader Spartakis, the former galley slaves make for the little Gaulish village where Julius Caesar's old enemies Asterix and Obelix live only to find the place in crisis, for Obelix, after drinking the druid Getafix's magic potions on the sly, is first turned to stone and then reverts to childhood. In search of a cure for him Asterix, Getafix and their new friends the galley slaves sail to the wonderful continent of Atlantis, ruled by its high priest Absolutlifabulos and the ensuing sea battles against the Roman navy are fast and furious ..."
  • "According to reliable sources this is the last Asterix book that Uderzo will illustrate and may be the last Asterix book ever! Caesar's galley is stolen, Obelix drinks the magic potion (with terrible results) and the Gauls find themselves all at sea. In ancient Rome, the slaves are rebelling--and they've even stolen Julius Caesar's own warship, the finest in the Roman navy. Under the heroic leadership of Spartakis, the former galley slaves make for the small town where Caesar's old enemies Asterix and Obelix live. Now everyone must sail to the wonderful continent of Atlantis to find a cure. But, the Romans are on the ocean blue, too ... and the battles are about to come fast and furiously."
  • "Left alone in Getafix's hut, Obelix drinks a whole cauldron of magic potion. He first turns to stone, then into a small boy. Meanwhile, a group of men have escaped from Roman slavery on board a ship. Together, they travel to Atlantis to make Obelix a grown man again. The lexicon explains many of the allusions and references used by the author."
  • "Caesar's galley is stolen, Obelix drinks the magic potion (with terrible results) and the Gauls find themselves all at sea. In ancient Rome, the slaves are rebelling--and they've even stolen Julius Caesar's own warship, the finest in the Roman navy. Under the heroic leadership of Spartakis, the former galley slaves make for the small town where Caesar's old enemies Asterix and Obelix live. Now everyone must sail to the wonderful continent of Atlantis to find a cure. But, the Romans are on the ocean blue, too, and the battles are about to come fast and furiously."
  • "In ancient Rome, the slaves are rebelling--and they've even stolen Julius Caesar's own warship, the finest in the Roman navy. Under the heroic leadership of Spartakis, the former galley slaves make for the small town where Caesar's old enemies Asterix and Obelix live. Now everyone must sail to the wonderful continent of Atlantis to find a cure. But, the Romans are on the ocean blue, too...and the battles are about to come fast and furiously."
  • "The slaves are revolting... they've stolen Julius Caesar'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 potion 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!"
  • "While trying to cure Obelix, who has reverted to childhood after drinking a potion, Asterix and the druid Getafix join a band of escaped Roman slaves led by Spartakis, and soon make their way to Atlantis."

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  • "Children's stories"@en
  • "Children's stories"
  • "Còmics"@ca
  • "Còmics"
  • "Comic"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Komiksy"@pl
  • "Romans graphiques"
  • "Graphic novels"
  • "Graphic novels"@es
  • "History"
  • "History"@en
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Comic books, strips, etc"@en
  • "Comic books, strips, etc"
  • "Comic books, strips, etc"@es
  • "Pictorial works"

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  • "Galera Obeliksa"
  • "Galera Obeliksa"@pl
  • "Navis actuaria obeligis"
  • "La galère d'Obélix"
  • "La galère d'Obélix"@es
  • "El maltrago de Obelix : Erzählung"
  • "Obelixen galera"
  • "Opeliksin orjalaeva"@fi
  • "Asterix. Navis actuaria Obeligis"
  • "A galera de obelix"
  • "El mal trago de Obélix"
  • "El mal trago de Obélix"@es
  • "Obelix auf kreuzfahrt"
  • "Obelixin kaleeri"@fi
  • "Asterix navis actuaria Obeligis"
  • "Obelix auf Kreuzfahrt : Goscinny und Uderzo präsentieren ein neues Abenteuer von Asterix"
  • "La galère d'obélix"
  • "La galere d'Obelix"
  • "El Mal trago de Obélix"
  • "A galera de Obelix"@pt
  • "El mal trago de Obelix"@es
  • "El mal trago de Obelix"@en
  • "Asterix and Obelix all at sea"@en
  • "Asterix and Obelix all at sea"
  • "Asterix and Obelix All at Sea"
  • "De beproeving van Obélix"
  • "Så til søs, Obelix!"@da
  • "El Tràngol d'Obelix"@ca
  • "Navis actuaria Obeligis"
  • "De beproeving van Obelix"
  • "Obelix auf Kreuzfahrt"
  • "El tràngol de l'Obèlix"
  • "La galere d'obelix = Asterix and Obelix all at sea"
  • "Obelix auf Kreuzfahrt Goscinny und Uderzo präsentieren ein neues Abenteuer von Asterix"
  • "Goscinny and Uderzo present an Asterix adventure : Asterix and Obelix all at sea"@en
  • "La Galère d'Obélix"
  • "El tràngol d'Obèlix"

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