Asterix and the Secret Weapon

Asterix and the Secret Weapon A woman bard That s unheard of in Ancient Gaul So when the mothers in Asterix s town want to replace Cacofonix with Bravura the men are horrified But Bravura hits the right notes musically and she

  • Title: Asterix and the Secret Weapon
  • Author: Albert Uderzo
  • ISBN: 9780752847771
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • A woman bard That s unheard of in Ancient Gaul So, when the mothers in Asterix s town want to replace Cacofonix with Bravura, the men are horrified But, Bravura hits the right notes musically, and she proves very valuable when Julius Caesar sends in his secret weapon a group of female legionnaries Caesar thinks the Gauls will be too noble to fight the womenbut BravA woman bard That s unheard of in Ancient Gaul So, when the mothers in Asterix s town want to replace Cacofonix with Bravura, the men are horrified But, Bravura hits the right notes musically, and she proves very valuable when Julius Caesar sends in his secret weapon a group of female legionnaries Caesar thinks the Gauls will be too noble to fight the womenbut Bravura has no such scruples And, even Cacofonix succeeds in coming into his own.

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    1. This has all the Classical (geddit?!) elements of an Asterix story; violence, boar, pirates, Caesar's latest plan to conquer the last outpost of Gaul that still resists the Empire and so forth. It also shows the more whimsical tone and more meandering plotting evident in the other volumes written by Uderzo. Feminism comes to ancient Gaul in the form of a female bard who wears breeches and teaches the women of the village to question accepted gender roles. Unsurprisingly, chaos ensues, and that's [...]

    2. Honestly, this issue is among my least favourite ones. Does it include that dry, simple humour Asterix is often enjoyed for? To an extent. What gnawed on my enjoyment the most was how much of the story's humour revolved around sexist stereotypes regarding women. Not to mention the trite idea of feminism being about female dominance, and thus a menace to men and the normal societal order. However, even when the tiring play with stereotyping is deducted from the equation, the punchlines remain rat [...]

    3. Unterhaltsam, aber die Uderzo-Alleinwerke kommen trotz unzweifelhafter zeichnerischer Qualitäten einfach nicht an den Charme der Goscinny-Uderzo-Kollaborationen heran. Bei weitem nicht.

    4. Kalo Asterix bacanya entah beberapa kali. Sampe bukunya lecek dan akhirnya di bundel supaya gak ilang2an. Komik terkeren sepanjang masa setelah Tintin.

    5. Ich weiß wieder warum ich Anfang der 90er aufgehört habe mit der Reihe. Die gleichen Gags werden immer und immer wieder andere Zusammenhängen wiederholt. Die Geschichten sind vorhersehbar. Dazu kommt das konservative, teilweise reaktionäre Menschenbild. Es passt nicht mehr

    6. Feminism in ancient world by the form of a woman bard in Gaul village and female Roman legionnaries in the Roman Army. It reminds me a bit of Lysistrata (a ancient comedy by Aristophanes) all the men leave the village and the woman take more male roles

    7. I’m a huge fan of Asterix, but this installment has me reconsidering Goscinny and Uderzo. It was super sexist and filled with jokes at the expense of women in general. As a female, I found the “humor” disgusting.This was super disappointing, and I regret buying the book.

    8. Cette BD d'Astérix est aussi mauvaise que le Grand Fossé. Je n'ai eu aucun plaisir à lire cette histoire. Le personnage de Maestria n'est pas du tout amusant et elle est même détestable par moment. Je crois que le sujet du féminisme aurait pu être mieux abordé. L'aventure a été écrit en 1990 mais elle semble plutôt sortie directement des années 1960-1970. Uderzo est un mauvais auteur. Il devrait peut-être trouver un autre scénariste ou tout simplement arrêter. C'est le dernier de [...]

    9. Gali otkrivaju feminizam i uspiju ga pobijedit kao i rimljane. Asterix na prosječnoj razini bez posebno pamtljivih momenata.

    10. Série: Asterix - A Rosa e o Gládio - Alberto UderzoTítulo original: La Rose Et Le GlaiveTítulo: A Rosa e o GládioAutor: Alberto UderzoTradução: Gilson KoatzSérie: AsterixEditora: RecordAno: 1991É muita fofura junta… é a primeira história em quadrinho que leio da série Asterix e me apaixonei completamente. Mas antes vamos nos situar: a história se passa no ano 50 antes de Cristo. E toda a Gália foi ocupada pelo exército romano. Menos uma aldeia povoada por uns tais de gauleses qu [...]

    11. Prema svim standardima jako slaba epizoda Asterixa. Stereotipno, nemaštovito i, što je najgore, praktički u potpunosti nehumoristično. Jedina svjetla točka su stanovnici tog malog galskog sela koje je uvijek lijepo vidjeti.

    12. Goscinnyn kuoleman jälkeen Uderzon yksin käsikirjoittamat Asterix-seikkailut alkoivat heiketä laadultaan, tässä tyyppiesimerkki. Aiheesta olisi älykkäämmänkin satiirin.

    13. Letto perché mi serviva per una challenge.Su GR questo libro è fra le avventure di Asterix con il punteggio più basso e dopo averlo letto penso che sia fin troppo generoso.Lo spunto è interessante: le donne del villaggio non sono soddisfatte dell'educazione fornita dal bardo Assurancetourix che viene quindi sostituito dall'agguerita Maestria proveniente da Lutezia. I problemi sorgono fin da subito: come bisogna chiamarla? Barda o bardessa? Purtroppo il tutto viene vanificato dall'espediente [...]

    14. Ωχ Θεέ μου!! Επιτέλους το τελείωσα! Ήταν το μόνο κόμιξ του Αστερίξ που δεν είχα διαβάσει καθόλου Τα περισσότερα τα έχω διαβάσει 2 με 3 φορές το καθένα Αυτό δεν το είχα ξεκινήσει καθόλου γιατί ήταν στα Αρχαία. Ε και τώρα που έχω μεγαλώσει λίγο και κάνω ούτως ή άλλως Αρχαία λέω ας [...]

    15. Assurancenturix lascia il villaggio e le donne approfittano per sostituirlo con un bardonna! Maestria, questo il suo nome, inciterà le donne a ribellarsi al potere maschile e metterà Asterix e Obelix in seria difficoltà. Nel frattempo Cesare da Roma ha in mente una soluzione definitiva per liberarsi del villaggio dei Galli.Albo dedicato al genere femminile dove gli uomini del villaggio non fanno una grande figura. Ma alla fine Uderzo ci dice che le une senza gli altri (e viceversa) non posson [...]

    16. I think this book was wonderful!It tells of Asterix and Obelix meeting the new bard, Bravura. When the news comes that Cacofonix is being replaced, Cacofonix goes to live in his second home. Bravura starts turning things around by constantly anouncing that women have rights too. All the men are forced to leave and Impedimenta becomes the new chief. Meanwhile, the Romans send their secret weapon to defeat the Gauls-women. Luckily, Asterix manages to talk to Bravura and tell about his idea to make [...]

    17. O autor, apenas Uderzo, pois Goscinny já tinha falecido, regressa ao tema do feminismo. E da tentativa das mulheres da aldeia incentivadas por uma forasteira vinda de Lutécia de se emancipar. Os homens chegam a ir para a floresta. Entretanto os romanos têm uma arma secreta, uma centúria feminina em que os gauleses de acordo com a cortesia gaulesa, não poderiam bater. Mas não chega a haver luta entre romanas e gaulesas, como seria de esperar. A estratégia foi diferente: mandaram vir roupas [...]

    18. Number 29, and written and illustrated by Albert Uderzo, and you can tell straight away. While Goscinny was alive and well and was doing all the writing for the Asterix series there was amazing dry wit and puns that were a little more sly than Uderzo is capable of by himself. This book especially seemed to be crammed with puns and didn't have the rich feel that the Goscinny writing had. Asterix is one of the great comics, and although Uderzo is an excellent illustrator the series is best left at [...]

    19. Yang aku pelajari dari komik ini: ternyata baju / celana bergaris horizontal itu bikin keliatan tambah gemuk (^^) #akubarutauJadi selama ini Obelix cerdas sekali, berusaha agar dirinya terlihat kurus dengan celana garis vertikal~Soal berhasil atau nggaknya mah tergantung perasaan XDD

    20. This book attempts to portray a battle of the sexes as Bravura, a woman, takes over as the village bard and incites anger amongst the women at the same time as a female Roman legion emerges, but the jokes do at times come across as patronising and in many ways sexist themselves. Still, it's a decent enough Asterix book.

    21. Book No 29 from Asterix and Obelix Series.A woman bard? That’s unheard of in Ancient Gaul. So, when the mothers in Asterix’s town want to replace Cacofonix with Bravura, the men are horrified. But, Bravura hits the right notes musically, and she proves very valuable when Julius Caesar sends in his secret weapon.

    22. Just OK, and just because it's Asterix.Lame puns, again no depth in the story. Magistra (her name in the Spanish translation) acts inconsistently, and Asaterix's behaviour is absurd to say the least.What's worse, I think Uderzo was trying to show a feminist side to the stories, then came up with a story that is absolutely sexist.

    23. I've grown up reading Asterix and Obelix, and they've always made me laugh.After re-reading this today, I realised we should all re-read the books we loved as kids. This one was incredibly sexist and a shame to read as a woman. No doubt the art is just fantastic, but that's about it.

    24. O bom de passar numa feira de usados é relembrar pedaços de nós do passado. Porque não ler de novo os livros da infância? Além de momento bem passado até dá para fazer um exercício mental como tentar comparar as diferenças entre leituras

    25. A great book for child and adult alike. I once read this series as a child and enjoyed the story but now I am older I notice all the hilarious nuances and wordplay. While this may not be the. Est book in the series it is still a fantastic read.

    26. Spunto interessante, la trama traballa meno di quanto di norma accada nelle ultime storie. Fastidiosamente sessista – più del solito, diciamo: altrove, però, l’ironia salva tutto. Qua ce n’è di meno, ecco.

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