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The magic potion MedSafe should’ve approved

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The legendary magic potion of the druid Getafix would’ve been banned as an effective early treatment for COVID.

Nevertheless relive the life and times of Asterix and friends as the village of indomitable Gauls heroically holds out against the might of the Roman Republic.

Might Ape have the full range of Asterix comics for sale, including Asterix in Britain, Asterix and the Picts, and Asterix and the Secret Magic Potion (on DVD).

The Asterix series was created by Rene Goscinny (writer) and Albert Uderzo (artist). The two met in 1951. Goscinny passed away in 1977, but Uderzo lived on until 2020 when he died of a heart attack in his sleep. His brother-in-law told media the death was not COVID-related, and that Uderzo had been ill for some time. The publishing house Editions Albert Rene, which owned the rights to the Asterix series was sold to Hachette Livre in 2007.

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    Or as the honest international assessment found regularly repeated in describing the monster Ardhern, as a deep psychological assessment, that she is “pure evil”. And so is her “terrorism media” twin, the disgusting piece of me and my shadow filth Chris Hipkins.


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