Most visited articles. At the beginning of most of the Asterix books, immediately after the map of Gaul, and before the narrative starts, there is a standard description of the main characters above, as well as Getafix, Cacofonix and Vitalstatistix (regardless of their importance in that particular book). Fulliautomatix often interacts with Unhygienix, the fishmonger, with whom he has a friendly rivalry. In addition a number of members of the pirate crew are sight gags, some of whom have appeared on more than one occasion such as Frankenstein's Monster and a Mongol warrior. The animated Asterix movies that were dubbed into English were all dubbed in the, This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 17:50. This is a list of characters in the Asterix comics. Julius Caesar (Jules César) is the Roman dictator and conqueror of Gaul. Appears in, Surplus Dairiprodus – The gluttonous prefect of Lutetia in, Gluteus Maximus – A Roman legionary chosen to represent Rome at the Olympics in, Caius Fatuous — A gladiator trainer who is a major character in, Giveusabonus — A fat bald man with a big nose and, Ignoramus — Centurion sent to relieve Scrofulus' garrison in Obelix and Co. But the captain states that this is better than being sunk again. In this event, though, the villagers did not attack since the captain of their ship announced that attacking the pirates would cost them extra. She has a brother, as mentioned by her husband in Asterix and the Black Gold.
While he can accompany traditional dances, and conducts a village band, his singing is unbearable. Cacofonix is the village bard. In the course of their travels, Asterix and Obelix regularly cross paths with — and beat up — a group of pirates. or "Save the sales! A very different looking Fulliautomatix appeared in Asterix and the Banquet in which he and Obelix argue as to who should be entitled to punch the Roman that they are both engaged in hitting anyway. Get the fish inside!" The only exception was in Asterix and Cleopatra when they were trapped in a pyramid and Getafix allows him to have three drops of the magic potion. In emergencies, she's famous for remaining in control, as in Asterix and Son where during a Roman attack she fearlessly led the women and children out of the burning village. She appears to be in favour of women's rights, as shown in Asterix and the Secret Weapon. The final cut is shown with all the male villagers and two females, Impedimenta and Bacteria included, with Getafix running to stop the fight, with a piece of fish flying towards him. The series depicts the only village in Gaul which has not been conquered by the Roman Republic, as the local Gauls continue their resistance against Roman occupation. She does seem to be happily married, however, and the only serious conflict in her marriage is her occasional apparent interest in Obelix which makes her husband insanely jealous.

The appearance of Caesar is based on portraits found on ancient Roman coins. She does not appear to be interested and says that it's very fattening, while staring at Obelix. He is slightly effeminate, often seen smoothing back his hair and holding his head up high. His fish do not come from the sea near the village even though he has a fishing boat; instead they are transported all the way from Lutetia (and from Massilia in the German translations) as he believes they are of finer quality.