Deceased Asterix creators drawing sold for nearly 400,000 Euros
Alberto Uderzo, the creator of legendary heroes Asterix and Obelix, had died in March due to heart failure, that was linked with Coronavirus. To benefit the Paris hospitals, 4 of his original drawing were auctioned and these were sold for nearly 400,000 euros. The drawings included images from relatively newer adventures. Ada, his widow said that this was a way to thank the new heroes that have resisted the deadly virus.