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Tin Tin and Asterix in Scots and Gaelic

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‘A gowden cross, encrustit wi’ gemstanes! An a bonnie cutlass forby! . . . Jings, this cross is a stoater!’

Tin Tin and Asterix are two of our most beloved fictional characters, and publisher Dalen have been doing a sterling job releasing their graphic novels translated into Scots and Gaelic. This autumn, they are releasing 6 new Scots and Gaelic editions, and you’ll find a sampler from each below.

 

From the Tin Tin adventure The Treisure o Reid Ranald

From Tin Tin adventure, The Saicret o’ the Unicorn

From Tin Tin adventure, Ulaid Ragaim Ruaidh

From Tin Tin adventure, Sgeul-Rùin an Aon-Adharcaich

From Asterix adventure, Asterix and Caesar’s Laurel Bunnet

From Asterix adventure, Asterix agus Crùn Cheusair

The Treisure o Reid Ranald, The Saicret o’ the Unicorn, Ulaid Ragaim Ruaidh, Sgeul-Rùin an Aon-Adharcaich, Asterix and Caesar’s Laurel Bunnet andAsterix agus Crùn Cheusair are all published by Dalen, priced £7.99.

 

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