By Albert Uderzo
The trail of real love by no means did run smoothly—especially whilst the sweethearts’ fathers have cut up their city in part. That’s the matter for Histrionix and the gorgeous Melodrama, son and daughter of 2 rival chieftains. So the star-crossed fanatics name in Asterix, Obelix, and Getafix to style every thing out. Can the trusty trio convince the village to reunite? probably a few magic may also help.
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Possess yourselves in patience. ’ As soon as the Doctor disappeared through the trees, the long cloak huddled around him to disguise the rest of his clothes, Ian felt all his worry returning. It was exactly at moments like these when he was very like the Ian Chesterton of old; unsure of himself, frustrated with inactivity, his fertile imagination working overtime as he pictured Barbara in the hands of the Saracens, and particularly a prisoner of the man with the scar, who had called himself El Akir.
By the time we get to the slightly dodgy ending of the book, she’s dressed in a Princess Leia-style harem outfit and being whipped by twelfth-century Palestine’s very own Jabba the Hutt, the scar-faced El Akir. I think Stephen Moffat must have a similar thing for Amy Pond – that policewoman kissogram outfit is equally dodgy! As I say, this book is a fantastic little time machine (though, as with all books, it’s much bigger on the inside than it looks from the outside. ) and gives a very vivid sense of what the TV series (most of it now lost) must have been like and also just how much Doctor Who has changed over the years.
Again, neither of the men noticed the hand appearing and disappearing rapidly, or realized that the bundle of clothes recently acquired by Ben Daheer was rapidly diminishing. Had either of them possessed ultra-keen hearing, they might just have detected a soft chuckle emanating from beneath the little table by the doorway. But, fortunately for the Doctor, they were each too heavily engaged in their business talk, and the wily old man, satisfied now with the clothes he had acquired, was busily wrapping them around his body underneath his cloak.
Asterix and the Great Divide by Albert Uderzo