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I think Asterisk Chez les belges would be different *there*; as would Asterisk chez les Helvetes.... What say ye? BoArthur

Asterix chez les bretons could take place in cambria, the belge one could take place in batavia. Les helvetes could still be it but with a diferrent storyline (no cheese foundu but lots of salmonela and raging mercenaries)--Marc Pasquin 17:57, 22 Jun 2005 (PDT)

ROFLMAO, MARC! I vote that we QSSify THOSE! BoArthur 22:25, 22 Jun 2005 (PDT)

Agreed on all fronts. Well, Les Helvètes could be a different storyline, ór a similar storyline with a different title (Les Jervains or something).
Question to Deiniol: is there any particular reason why you didn't include the albums made by Uderzo alone, after Les Belges/Les Bataves?
Remark: Goscinny is a Polish name and cannot exist *there*. I suggest a Wenedyk calque: Ośpietał, which in French would undoubtedly become Ospiétal. How 'bout that? --IJzeren Jan 00:41, 23 Jun 2005 (PDT)
Well, les Jervains won't exist for another few centuries, from Asterix' point of view (Caesar's era). They came to be around the same time as there's Helvetes, so it's no more of a historical crime than other already established storylines.
I wonder what the comic would be about, though. You can't fill a storyline with picturesque villages, delicious food and divine wine... Maybe it's a veiled anachronism like the Tour de France album, mocking the modern business culture? A side stab at the human rights maybe? Or what if an exceedingly gifted Roman diplomat were sent to talk the Gauls out of their land, who, being utterly unprepared for such an attack, send Asterix and Obelix to Germania Superior for the Chief's cousin who happens to be a renowned negotiator? The Jervan 08:32, 23 Jun 2005 (PDT)
or you could use the french "Gosselin"--Marc Pasquin
That's another good old IB tradition! Why not? --IJzeren Jan 06:23, 23 Jun 2005 (PDT)
Because I thought hat if people are going to translate them into their languages, 19 titles would be enough to be going on with for the moment! Deiniol 03:20, 23 Jun 2005 (PDT)
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