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Asterix and Tintin – the best comic book ever

Asterix Comics:

Written by Rene Goscinny and interpreted by Albert Uderzo, Asterix Comics is a series of French comic books that were first published in the late 1950s. However, after Rene's death, Uderzo took on both tasks and played an important role in increasing the popularity of books.

The protagonist in Asterix comics is Asterix, a clever little Gaul, and his friend Obelix. The main plot is concentrated in their small Gauls village, the only village that is not greeted by the Romans, and is largely the annoyance of the Roman emperor Jules Sezer.

So far, the Gauls have managed to avoid the occupation, mainly with the help of their druids, the magic pot made by Getafix. This magical pot gives each villager the power of Superman. Only Obelix is ​​the one who doesn't need a potion. Because he fell into the pot when he was a child, it has a permanent impact on him.

Asterix Comics or Asterix and Obelix adventures have been translated into more than 30 languages ​​worldwide and have received numerous awards over the years. I personally like Asterix Comics because they have an amazing sense of humor and humor for people and events.

Tintin comics:

The Adventures of Tintin Manga or Tintin was created by the Belgian artist Georges Rémi, who wrote under the pseudonym of Hergé, a series of classic comic books that later became one of the most popular comic books of the 20th century. Its popularity has soared with translations in more than 80 languages, and according to Wikipedia, more than 350 million books have been sold so far.

The protagonist of the comic book is Tintin playing a young Belgian journalist. Accompanying him is his pet dog Snowy, who is as famous as him. The book also includes recurring characters that are critical to the story. Some of the main characters include arrogant, cynical and grumpy captain Hadock, the clever but eternal lost calculus professor. Their clumsy antics inserted some humor into the book, Thomson and Thompson's twin duo, incompetent detectives.

The Tintinalways Adventures contain some elements of fantasy, mystery and science fiction, while the Tintin series is known for its humorous humor and satire.

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