Heritage comic book character remains popular almost 50 on.
Since the character was created in 1959, he has been a hit in Europe with 35 comic book albums now in the market that have been translated into 110 languages.
As a follow-up to the film, Editions Albert Réné is planning to release a new comic book album
Asterix and the Missing Scroll
A number of new partners, including Canon, Quick Restaurants, Panini, Volvic, Total and DHL, also recently joined the Asterix Village for promotions and licensed products, and Deutsche Post has released two official Asterix and Obelix stamps in Germany.
Looking ahead to 2016, the brand plans to continue its momentum, not only in established markets such as France, Germany, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands and the U.K., but also into new territories
With the Olympics just around the corner, Editions Albert Réné has created a new sports-themed Asterix style guide now available for licensees.
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