Asterix im Morgenland , Band XXVIII

by R. Goscinny & A. Uderzo

Paperback, 1987



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Ehapa Verlag (1987)


Cacofonix's tuneless singing always makes it rain - which is just what they want in Rajah Watzit's distant Eastern kingdom. The guru Hoodunnit has threatened to end a terrible drought by sacrificing lovely Princess Orinjade. Can the Gauls, flown in on the fakir Watziznehm's magic carpet, rescue her? The bard's finest hour has come.

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LibraryThing member Nodosaurus
Asterix and the Magic Carpet, by Goscinny and Uderzo

[skipping preliminaries as most people know the characters]
In this adventure, the great Fakir Watziznehm has come to Gaul seeking Cacofonix. India is in a serious drought. Hoodunnit wants control of the kingdom, and has arranged for Orinjade to be
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executed if it doesn't rain within 1001 hours. So Asterix and Obelix escort Cacofonix to India...
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LibraryThing member theboylatham
Five out of ten. CBR format.
Cacofonix is a terrible bard but he does seem to influence the weather. Rain is needed in a far Eastern Kingdom, can Cacofonix help?
LibraryThing member Zare
Art is great as usual but story seems rather rushed, not like in case of other tales. I would give it 3.5 stars.
Nevertheless for a fan of Asterix it was a great treat indeed.


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