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ISBN 978-1-906587-55-0

Le René Goscinny agus Albert Uderzo     Leagan Gaeilge le hAntain Mac Lochlainn

Le foilsú 2014     48 leathanach, clúdach bog, 218mm x 287mm     © Éditions Albert-René     asterix.com

Asterix agus an Corrán Óir

 

Tá sráidbhaile Asterix go mór trína a chéile. Tá Ogamaix, draoi, i ndiaidh a chorrán óir a bhriseadh agus ní thig leis éilicsir an nirt a dhéanamh gan é! Imíonn Asterix agus Obelix ar mhisean contúirteach go Lúitéis, le corrán nua a cheannach ó Amerigix, a bhfuil gaol i bhfad amach aige le hObelix agus atá ar an fhear déanta corrán is fearr dá bhfuil sa Ghaill. Ach tá Amerigix imithe gan tásc gan tuairisc agus caithfidh ár mbeirt laoch dul á lorg i measc choirpigh agus bhithiúnaigh na cathrach. An dtiocfaidh siad ar Amerigix nó an mbeidh corrán óir nua chun an bhaile leo i gcomhair Ogamaix?

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Asterix agus an Corrán Óir

 

Disaster strikes Asterix’s village – the druid Ogamaix has broken his golden sickle, and without it he can’t brew the magic potion! Asterix and Obelix head off on a dangerous journey to far away Lutetia to buy a new sickle from Obelix’s distant cousin, Amerigix, who is the best sickle-smith in the whole of Gaul. But Amerigix has gone missing, and soon our heroes find themselves tangled up with the city’s criminal underworld. Will they manage to find Amerigix and return home with a new golden sickle for Ogamaix?

ISBN 978-1-906587-55-0

By René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo    Translated by Antain Mac Lochlainn

Published in 2014    48 pages, paperback, 218mm x 287mm     © Éditions Albert-René    asterix.com

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