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PARIS -- Albert Uderzo, one of the two creators of the beloved comic book character Asterix, who captured the spirit of the Gauls of yore and grew a reputation worldwide, died on Tuesday. He was 92.
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The French press quoted family members as saying that Uderzo died of a heart attack in the Paris suburb of Neuilly.
Asterix, portrayed as a short man with a droopy mustache always wearing a helmet with wings, was created in the early 1960s by Uderzo and Rene Goscinny. The character lived in a village in Gaul, present-day France, resisting Roman conquerors, along with his inseparable big-bellied friend, Obelix.
'œAlbert Uderzo died in his sleep at his Neuilly home of a heart attack with no links to the coronavirus,' the French press quoted his son-in-law, Bernard de Choisy, as saying. 'œHe had been very tired for several weeks.'
French Culture Minister Franck Riester said that Uderzo 'œfound the magic potion,' referring to his spirit, craftsmanship and long hours of work. Riester may also have been making a reference to the famous magic potion in the Asterix series, which gave the hero and his fellow villagers temporary superhuman strength.
'œSupreme nobility, he accepted that his heroes survive him for the happiness of the public,' Riester said.
Uderzo initially illustrated the characters created along with writer Rene Goscinny. Together, they created 24 comic books. After Goscinny's death in 1977, Uderzo also took over the comic books' writing duties, deciding to continue without his creative partner.
Goscinny's daughter, Anne, called the two men 'œbrothers' and praised Uderzo's 'œcourage' for continuing without his collaborator.
'œThey were as different as fire and water, but they lived something that few among us could live,' she told the French daily Le Parisien. 'œThey were the kind of friends you don't often have in life.'
Uderzo, whose father was an Italian immigrant, was born on April 25, 1927, in France's Marne region, but grew up outside Paris. As a child, he was captivated by Walt Disney characters, notably Mickey Mouse, one of the inspiration of his own artistic talents.
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After numerous jobs and referrals, he met Goscinny when he was 24. An instant friendship developed 'œand we decided to remake the world with all the thoughtlessness and the boldness of our youth,' Le Monde quoted Uderzo as saying in his memoirs.
After collaborating on other projects for some nine years, 'œAsterix Le Gaulois' appeared in 1961.
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Fans offered thanks on social media and recollections of childhood memories reading the Asterix comic books whose fan base includes adults.
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The Asterix books have been translated into dozens of languages.
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Asterix-based spinoffs include movies and a theme park outside Paris that draws tens of thousands of fans of the iconic resistance hero and his mighty sidekick, Obelix.