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The Smurfs #10: The Return of the Smurfette [Hardcover]


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Book Description

Jan. 17 2012 The Smurfs Graphic Novels (Book 10)

Virtually all of the Smurfs are smitten with the Smurfette, which causes their zany methods of trying to win her affections to keep growing in outrageousness. From building statues to baking cakes and even dressing up like the Smurfette in order to better understand her, the Smurfs are in a frenzy competing for the love of the Smurfette. Will this madness ever die down?

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 56 pages
  • Publisher: Papercutz (Jan. 17 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781597072939
  • ISBN-13: 978-1597072939
  • ASIN: 1597072931
  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 17 x 1.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 204 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #736,159 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Roland Goossand, popularly known as Gos, is a Belgian comics creator who was a frequent collaborator of Peyo’s and wrote several Smurf stories. Gos also wrote for the comic “Spirou” and launched his own comics titles in Belgium in the 1970’s including “The Scrameustach.”

Peyo created The Smurfs in his comic strip “Johan and Peewit”. Peyo wrote and drew over 8 extremely popular titles in Europe throughout his storied career. In 2008 the country of Belgium celebrated what would have been his 80th birthday by issuing a 5 Euro coin featuring his creation, The Smurfs.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Romeo and smurfette Oct. 25 2013
By Emily J. Crowe - Published on
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It was fun to read because I love romance and it was funny because the smurfs tried to get the moon but they didn't which was hilarious
5.0 out of 5 stars She's Back! April 28 2012
By tvtv3 - Published on
Since her creation in Smurfs, the regular Smurfs have longed for the return of the Smurfette. THE RETURN OF THE SMURFETTE features her return to the Smurf Village and the chaos that ensues. The book features three longer Smurf stories, several one page stories, and one mid-length story.

The longer stories in this volume are:

"The Smurf Garden" - the Smurfs want to have a picnic. However, the picnic area is filled with bugs, the grass needs to be cut, and the swing and benches are broken. The Smurfs decide to come back the next day and clean the picnic area up. However, in the night Gargamel discovers the picnic area and sets a trap. The next day the Smurfs return, along with Smurfette and discover a garden that appears to be perfect. However, appearances are deceiving and it's up to Dopey Smurf to save the day.

"The Handy Smurf" - Handy Smurf creates a drill and goes around making holes all around items in Smurf Village.

"Halloween" - the Smurflings play a Halloween prank on the Witch that gets Gargamel in trouble.

The mid-length story in the volume is "The Return of The Smurfette." In this story, the Smurfs receive a letter from Smurfette informing them she will be returning to the village. They do everything they can to impress her and make her return special.

Some of the one-page stories are entitled "Romeos and Smurfette." The other one-page stories are entitled "Smurferies." The "Romeos and Smurfette" illustrate the different things different Smurfs do to win Smurfette's heart. "Smurferies" features various day to day events in Smurf Village.

THE RETURN OF THE SMURFETTE is a welcome addition to the Smurf comics' volumes. With Smurfette's return things at Smurf Village become even more interesting than before.
4.0 out of 5 stars It's Romeo And Smurfette! April 2 2012
By Vic George 2K6 - Published on
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The Return Of The Smurfette is a collection of both one-page sketches and a few stories from various European Smurf comic books. In the comic books, Smurfette was more of a visitor to the village after she was created and then remade into a real Smurf by Papa Smurf, so her visits are rather special to the male Smurfs. Here on one of her visits, she was thinking of marrying a Smurf, and all the Smurfs are eager to be her Mr. Right...which also includes Papa Smurf! (This has been the fuel for a lot of unsavory thoughts and images regarding the two characters!) The Smurfs all compete for her affections by trying to fulfill her desires, but in the end she decides to forego the thought of marriage and leave, which makes them all unhappy as if they've gone through all that trouble for nothing, until Papa Smurf makes them realize that their lives can't stop there and that she will return someday.

As for the additional stories included, "The Smurf Garden" has the Smurfs dealing with a Garden Of Delights that turns into a trap set up by Gargamel to capture the Smurfs; "The Handy Smurf" has Handy going Tim Taylor crazy with a new power driller that he uses to drill everything he can get his hands on; and "Halloween" is when the Smurflings do a little trick-or-treating out in the forest when they run into a witch who goes after them for stealing her apples.

Overall, with the exception of Grouchy's comments being translated as "me, I don't likes" that ruin the spirit of the character as normally interpreted in English, this comic book collection is worthy of being part of a Smurf fan's collection.

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