"Asterix Gallus" is a Latin translation of "Astérix le Gaulois" the first (1961) of the famous Asterix comics by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo; the translation (1974) is by one "Rubicastellanus". These comics are particularly well-suited for translation into classical Latin, since their setting---Gaul in the first century before Christ---largely eliminates the need for non-classical vocabulary. "Asterix Gallus" is funny, and one can learn a lot of Latin in it. But it's not really a good beginner's text. The Latin is far from simple, and there is quite a bit of polyglot wordplay--hilarious if you get it, but potentially very confusing if you don't.