Asterix and the Soothsayer
Prepublication in the comic magazine Pilote in 1972
Original publication 1972 – Plate 34
“Misfortune is upon you, Gauls! Your village is cursed by the gods! The very air you breathe will come from the depths of hell. It will be foul, poisoned, and your faces will turn a ghastly hue… FLEE! FLEE, RASH PEOPLE!” This is what Prolix the Soothsayer told the indomitable Gauls, counting on their superstition and gullibility to succeed in what the Roman army has failed to do for the last twenty albums: defeat the Gaulish village.
Fortunately, brought to their senses by Getafix and our two friends, they return home – having, of course, sunk the pirate ship on their way.
1.500€ – 3.600€
- Plexiglass on aluminium – Dibond, with an aluminium hanging frame on the back.
- Fine Art Hahnemühle paper on aluminium – Dibond, framed in a white or black American wooden frame. Hanging frame on the back, made of aluminium.
All the Asterix Art Strips are published in a limited edition of 30 copies with a certificate of authenticity signed by Céleste Surugue, Managing Director of Editions Albert René, and Florence Mittnacht, Legal Director of Editions Albert René.
Delivery time and conditions:
- Production time 2 to 3 weeks
- Delivered in cardboard and plastic film