Asterix and the Picts
|Asterix and the Picts
(Astérix chez les Pictes)
|Main characters||Asterix and Obelix|
|Date of publication||24 October 2013|
|Preceded by||Asterix and Obelix's Birthday: The Golden Book|
Asterix and the Picts is the 35th book in the Asterix series, and is the first book to be written by someone other than René Goscinny or Albert Uderzo. It is written by Jean-Yves Ferri and illustrated by Didier Conrad. The English-language version has been translated by Anthea Bell.
It takes Asterix and Obelix across the Channel into Scotland, where they meet the Picts. This is the duo's second journey to the British Isles, after visiting the Britons in Asterix in Britain (1965).
- Eames, Tom (24 October 2013). "'Asterix and the Picts' released, takes place in Scotland". Digital Spy. Retrieved 1 April 2014.
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