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Asterix and the Roman Agent (#15) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
Julius Caesar resorts to psychological warfare to defeat the little Gaulish village: he’s sent expert troublemaker Tortuous Convolulus to set friend against friend. Jealousy soon spreads as the Gauls become suspicious of each other. Somehow, Asterix must outwit the wily Convolulus.
The Calculus Affair (Tintin #18) by Hergé
Windows, mirrors and chandeliers are spontaneously shattering and Tintin is left flummoxed. After a shooting and a break in, Tintin knows Calculus is in danger, but he has only one clue - an unusual packet of cigarettes. He has a mystery to solve. But can he do it before a terrible weapon falls into the ...Show more
Asterix in Britain (#8) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
The Romans have invaded Britain, but one village still holds out. Asterix and Obelix come to help, with a barrel of magic potion in hand. But to deliver the precious brew, the Gaulish heroes must face fog, rain, bad food, warm beer, and the Roman, too.
Tintin and the Lake of Sharks by Hergé
The world's most famous travelling reporter searches for the truth behind the theft of some priceless works of art. But what does the King Shark have to do with it all? Tintin and his friends are holidaying in Syldavia with Professor Calculus, who has invented an amazing new duplicating machine. But a s ...Show more
Asterix in Switzerland (#16) by René Goscinny
The governor of Gaul has always been a creative#148; accountant. Now he#146;s under investigation by Vexatius Sinusititisor he was, until someone poisons the investigator. In order to heal Vexatius, Asterix and Obelix set off to locate a special flower that grows only in Helvetia.
Asterix the Gladiator (#4) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
Oh no! The Romans have captured Cacofonix as a gift for Caesar-and the Emperor plans to throw him to the lions. There's only one way for Asterix and Obelix to rescue their bard: they have to become gladiators themselves.
Asterix and Cleopatra (#6) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
To impress Julius Caesar, Queen Cleopatra promises to build the Roman Emperor a magnificent palace in just three months. Of course, Asterix has to get involved. By the time his feisty group from Gaul have finished, they’ve outwitted the Roman army, too.
Red Rackham's Treasure (#12 Tintin) by Hergé
The world's most famous travelling reporter sets out in search of Red Rackham's treasure. Determined to find the treasure of the notorious pirate Red Rackham, Tintin and Captain Haddock set sail aboard the Sirius to find the shipwreck of the Unicorn. With the help of an ingenious shark-shaped submarine, ...Show more
The world’s most famous travelling reporter learns the secret of the Unicorn. When Tintin stumbles across a model ship at the Old Street Market, he buys it as a gift for his friend Captain Haddock. But this isn’t just any old model ship . . . it’s the Unicorn. Built by one of Haddock’s ancestors it hold ...Show more
The Seven Crystal Balls (Tintin #13) by Hergé
The tomb of Rascar Capac has been unearthed But one by one, the finders fall into a terrifying coma. Can this be the curse of the Inca gods? Tintin must somehow fathom out the meaning behind his only clue: the shattered crystal ball lying beside each of the victims...
Asterix and the Goths (#3) by René Goscinny; Albert Uderzo
Whoops, it’s happened again: Getaflix has been kidnapped, this time by a raiding band of Goths. So it’s onward and into Germania for Asterix and Getaflix. But in the process of saving their druid, the two Gauls set off a whole series of tribal wars.