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De Giallo, tired of waiting for his payment, convinces Iznogoud he’s a deaf rattlesnake, so that clapping can’t snap him out of it. A sailor named Cimbal tells Iznogoud of an island with giants, where Iznogoud hopes to dispose of the Sultan.
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. There are occasionally “behind-the-scenes” moments, as when Iznogoud travels in a country in a mirror, and all is reversed, including text in balloons. Views Read Edit View history. The vizier, his henchman, and their camel head back to Baghdad to fetch the Sultan and send him on the road to get rid of him, only to discover they have taken the road to nowhere after a strange journey that leads them back to the crossroads.
He manages to trick the Sultan into repeatedly drinking the stuff, but when he faints, the Sultan gives him the last drop, and he turns into a woodlouse instead. Iznogoud tries to dispose of the Sultan in a poster that traps those who step inside. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. Unfortunately, she turns the Sultan into a clone of Iznogoud instead, and then turns both Iznogouds back into Sultans. During the visit of an African king, Iznogoud buys a voodoo doll from the king’s sorcerer that requires a hair of the intended victim to work.
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Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. Iznogoud was also adapted into a cartoon series produced by Saban Entertainmentwith 52 episodes to its iznogou, again with most of them having been translated to other languages as well.
Project Gutenberg 0 editions. A magic salesman sells Iznogoud a magical device known as a “computer” that can answer any question. References to this work on external resources. Iznogoud seeks the help of the Magic Weatherman to produce snow to freeze the Sultan. Iznogoud gets the Sultan to kiss the transformed prince, who then tries to take over the throne himself, but Iznogoud thwarts his iznogodu by getting himself and the prince turned into frogs.
Iznogoud makes the sultan look like a tyrant in the city and lures him outside dressed as a beggar to overthrow him.
A mirror genie called Inside-Out takes Iznogoud to a world where everything is the opposite. A poor fisherman discovers an ostrich that lays golden eggs when sung a song, and Iznogoud plans to use the eggs to fund a mercenary campaign to overthrow the Sultan.
Iznogoud purchases a Chippendale styled magic Hideaway Bed hoping to make the Sultan vanish, but the plan is interrupted by a visit from a foreign ambassador and a drink of Turkish coffee. The Sultan lets his first cup go cold and blows on his second cup to cool it, so that when he and Iznogoud are set upon by bandits, it only remains hot for long enough for the Sultan to float away back to the palace, while the hiccuping vizier is captured. But as the fight begins, the Sultan unwittingly breaks a transformation spell on the porter, revealing “him” to be the long lost daughter of Sultan Streetcar, who is furious to discover that Iznogoud nearly got his daughter executed.
Her attempts iznogiud fix things just make them worse, until finally Iznogoud is cloned and turned into a pair of clothes irons. Tabary is shown complaining to Goscinny about going through this frustrating “reversal” work, and even threatens him with a gun, to convince him into making nd non-reversed “translated” version. Iznogoud often tries to provoke Pullmankar to become angry at the Caliph, in order to instigate a war.
Other recurring characters include Sultan Pullmankar Sultan Streetcar in Englishthe Caliph’s neighbour who is described as a touchy man with a powerful army. Iznogoud gets from a charm merchant a memory potion which requires the victim to smell it.
The grand vizier’s attempts to get the Sultan to brush his teeth with it end with Iznogoud himself covered in the contents of the tube. Iznogouf hires hypnotist De Giallo to persuade the Sultan that he is a donkey, but the spell is repeatedly broken by people clapping. However, the traps fail to work as planned, and eventually Iznogoud and Adulahf end up stuck in a pit with a tiger while the Sultan returns home.
Wikipedia in English None. The Sultan gets his power from a magic sceptre that he must retrieve and present to the people once a year; if he fails, he is executed.
Iznogoud fetches a thief from the local jail to steal the sceptre. Retrieved 5 July Sultan Streetcar sends his son, Prince Sidecar, to Iznogoud’s in order to give vd an education. In the end, it is Iznogoud who lies down on the bed and vanishes. Iznogoud buys a potion that makes its drinkers so light they float away, but it must be drunk while hot; when cold, it has no effect, and when tepid, it merely causes hiccups.
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Iznogoud misses out on the dangerous weapons and instead orders three useless items. Tout GoscinnyIznogoud 1.
Iznogoud is the second in command Grand Vizier to the Caliph of Baghdad Haroun El Poussah Haroun El Plassid in English, a pun on the historical Caliph, Harun al-Rashid ; “poussah” is roughly translated as “oaf” but his sole aim in life is to overthrow the Caliph and take his place.
Become a LibraryThing Author. Iznogoud encounters an apprentice fairy and asks her to use her magic to turn him into the Sultan. Whenever Iznogoud volunteers to get back to the palace to pick up some water he “forgot”, someone appears selling some. Inevitably, Iznogoud’s attempts to get one of the Sultan’s hairs all fail, and it is his own hair that ends up in the doll when it is thrown high into the air and falls to the ground. The sailor Iznotsobad brings Iznogoud a tube of toothpaste, an invention as yet unknown in the sultanate, that he falsely claims contains an undetectable poison.
Further volumes continue to appear at approximately six month intervals. His attempts all fail, leaving him a nervous wreck whom the Sultan’s doctor declares in need of a vacation.
They give to Iznogoud a fly that stings its iznigoud to a long sleep. In a game was produced by Infogrames entitled Iznogoud. In another episode, Iznogoud gets a magical calendar that lets him travel in time when he rips off its pages. Instead the Sultan changes the laws to suit the people and Iznogoud is arrested.
Iznogoud convinces the Sultan to join him in a picnic in hopes the Sultan will dehydrate.