I received this question:
My husband was mentioning Latin comic books. Do you know of any that you would recommend? Our oldest is 13 (if that influences what you’d recommend). Thanks! We enjoy the Visual Latin series…I have learned so much, and I enjoy hearing even the younger children picking up a word or two that they can use. Keep up the great work!
Here is my reply:
There’s not much, unfortunately. And… the Latin is usually quite difficult. That said, my favorites are from the Asterix series. A few are available online for free.
Here is a TinTin comic book in Latin: http://www.latinitatis.com/latinitas/nubecula/insula/ins0.htm
Here is one Asterix book that I know of: https://latin4everyone.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/asterix-gallus.pdf
Let me know if you need more help!
Have a happy Saturday!
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