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Paper comics. "Asterix. Papyrus Caesar" by Jean-Yves Ferri and Didier Conrad The article 07.03.2018 at 10:03

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If you read the "notes on the Gallic war" Julius Caesar, then you should know at the time they came out in a slightly sanitized version. The most interesting about the confrontation with the indomitable Gauls of the published work were seized...

it should be noted that despite the fact that the names of Rene Goscinny and albert Uderzo are on the cover of the new comic book Asterix – other authors: Jean-Yves Ferri (text) and Didier Conrad (figures). And unlike other books in this series - "Papyrus Caesar", the word "new" is really applicable: it is the 36th (second to last at the moment) that the legendary Gallic adventure, released in France in the fall of 2015. Almost "svezhak" - considering how late we reach the other graphic novels.

However, you will need an expert to find at least a dozen fundamental differences from the modern reincarnation of the most popular books of the original Duo. And the plot as good, and the picture is great: once a given height is retained. Perhaps, only the name of Vividlyrics suggests that the volume is not from the sixties.

the reversal of the comic Jean-Yves Ferri and Didier Conrad "Asterix. Papyrus Caesar"

this time the action is twisted around the "Notes about Gallic war" - book of Julius Caesar, which "created a furor" and instantly was sold in the amount of fifty copies. "Storm in the world of literature!" - wrote about it Newspapers. "This thing is stronger than Virgil!" - spoke of senior readers.

the Caveat, however, that classic came out, it turns out that the "sanitized version". On the advice of the publisher, "grandiloquent Plyussa Prozente" Caesar agreed to withdraw from his work the 24th Chapter: "the Vicissitudes that took place in the confrontation with the indomitable Gauls of Armorica". Initially, honest Governor was not going to hide the historical ("make sad") is true, but Plus was able to convince him otherwise:

So your book once and for all will testify that you conquered ALL of Gaul, so the Senate will approve the financing of the new victorious campaigns...

turn the comic Jean-Yves Ferri and Didier Conrad "Asterix. Papyrus Caesar"

But it turns out that the papyrus removed from the books of Caesar, falls into the hands of Peresadka – "reporter without borders", the Roman correspondent of "the Morning lutétia". That, in turn, delivers "a document that will make shudder Empire", to the village of the indomitable, and those are the papyrus in Karnetsky forest: a druid lives there Archaeopteryx, "a living repository of our knowledge, the greatest Keeper of oral traditions." "Downloading" tatarevskiy text in his memory, to future true story: from mouth to mouth it will pass to the next generations.

This papyrus just Vesuvius! Jerk so jerk! He argues that Caesar is lying! Not ALL Gaul was conquered!

the reversal of the comic Jean-Yves Ferri and Didier Conrad "Asterix. Papyrus Caesar"

to add to this should be "keen interest" of the Gauls to the horoscopes: Asterix with Obelix, as it turns out, the "chestnuts" (and then there are the "oaks", "hornbeams", "Linden", etc.) and prescribed a druid with Sousaphonist forecast ("to avoid conflicts. Think about the main thing. Reduce menu boars") is significantly the most upsetting fat friend ("This horoscope is all messed up...").

here is the description of the pigeon post ("the latest means of communication"), the chief of the village wrote his own version of past events ("the Gallic war as presented by Autoricarica"), and unbearable bard is also a part of the "emergency Protocol" ("why do you think we have so many years suffer?").

the reversal of the comic Jean-Yves Ferri and Didier Conrad "Asterix. Papyrus Caesar"

will Not spoiler the ending of this story:

But what was with the head, telling of the failures of Julius Caesar Armorica? {...} I say that, as demanded tradition of its contents were passed on from druid to druid, so far, despite minor glitches, it has not reached the ears of two contemporary scribes, who enthusiastically recorded every last detail to create based on what he heard a series of funny stories.

On the same picture at the same old druid heed to the two men: "did You hear that, albert?" - "Why, Renee!" And the next adorn the cover created by Goscinny and Uderzo of comics about Asterix and Obelix. So legendary creators have themselves become part of his creation.

the Cover of the comic Jean-Yves Ferri and Didier Conrad "Asterix. Papyrus Caesar"