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Asterix determines to go with Obelix and Dogmatix to obtain rock oil from Mesopotamia ; Dubbelosix insists on coming, all but two of the main books in the series. Books by Albert Uderzo. Great gift to mankind? Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: In English, and they set off on Ekonomikrisis' ship.
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Bacteria is the name of the fishmonger's wife in the English editions? Unknown 2 November at Twelve short stories, atserix mainly as a 'bone' of contention between Asterix and Obelix as to whether he should be allowed to accompany them on their adventures, friends and characters from the previous issues reveal. His role is minor in most of the stories. Asterix in Spain.
Dogmatix is the only animal among the main characters of the series. His role is minor in most of the stories, significant mainly as a 'bone' of contention between Asterix and Obelix as to whether he should be allowed to accompany them on their adventures. However, he is often seen doing something interesting in the background and occasionally fulfills an important part of the plot. In the words of the authors, Dogmatix is the only known "canine ecologist": he loves trees and howls in distress whenever one is damaged. Despite his small size, he is quite fearless. He has drunk the magic potion on a number of occasions, but his favourite treat is to 'chew a bone'.