Asterix and the Roman Agent : Album 15 Paperback
Illustrated by Albert Uderzo
Part of the Asterix series
Julius Caesar turns to psychological warfare...Tortuous Convolvulus the Roman agent is guaranteed to sow jealousy and discord anywhere.
Can he make the Gauls suspect each other of treachery?
Has Asterix really sold Rome the secret of the magic potion? And can Asterix, Obelix and Getafix outwit the weedy but wily Convolvulus and get the villagte back to normal?
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 48 pages, 48 Illustrations, unspecified
- Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
- Publication Date: 21/10/2004
- Category: Comic strip fiction / graphic novels
- ISBN: 9780752866338
- Hardback from £9.49
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Review by scuzzy
The fifteenth episode of the Gaulish tales is an interesting tale of what can happen when a bad apple falls into the cart, so to speak.Julius Caesar still has issues with the indominatable Gauls with the magic potion and is under pressure from the Senate to deal with them. Someone introduces him to a felon, Tortuous Convolvulus who has a knack for stirring up trouble within the ranks which impresses Caesar to get him to infiltrate the village.Soon there is disharmony amongst the villagers as everyone distrusts everyone else and chaos reigns supreme. Meanwhile the surrounding Roman camps feel the time is ripe to invade when it is assumed that there is no more potion thus denying the Gauls their one defence...however Asterix and Getafix has conspired against everyone to have them believe this which teaches the villagers a lesson while dealing to the Romans quite sufficiently...This is one of the more enjoyable volumes loaded with more puns than a comic relief, and of course names fire in one after the other.