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The wild Smurf : a Smurfs graphic novel / by Peyo ; with the collaboration of Luc Parthoens and Thierry Culliford -- script ; Alain Maury and Luc Parthoens -- artwork ; Nine -- color.

Peyo, (author.). Parthoens, Luc, 1964- (author,, artist.). Culliford, Thierry, (author.). Maury, Alain, 1958- (artist.). Culliford, Nine, (colorist.).
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Available copies

  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

Current holds

2 current holds with 1 total copy.

Series Information

Smurfs graphic novel ; 21.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
LaGrange Co PL - LaGrange Main Library ju PEY (Text) 30477100972151 Children: Graphics Reshelving -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781629915760
  • ISBN: 1629915769
  • ISBN: 1629915750
  • ISBN: 9781629915753
  • Physical Description: 64 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Papercutz, [2016]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Chiefly illustrations.
Formatted Contents Note:
Wild Smurf -- School for fairies.
Summary, etc.:
When Papa Smurf leads the Smurfs on a trek into the woods to find food, they encounter the strange Wild Smurf, while the evil Gargamel hatches a plot to destroy the Smurf Village.
Subject: Smurfs (Fictitious characters) > Juvenile fiction.
Graphic novels > Juvenile fiction.
Graphic novels > Comic books, strips, etc.
Genre: Graphic novels.

  • Baker & Taylor
    When a wildfire endangers the animals of the forest, Papa Smurf's selfless decision to extinguish the fire destroys the Smurf village and places all of the Smurfs at risk of discovery by Gargamel and a Wild Smurf forest creature. Simultaneous.
  • Diamond Comics Distributors
    One of the most dramatic Smurfs adventures ever begins with the animals fleeing the forest because of a deadly forest fire. The Smurfs attempt to extinguish the fire, but after several attempts fail, Papa Smurf makes a selfless decision to blow up the Smurf Dam. It succeeds in putting out the fire, but destroys the Smurf Village and all of Farmer Smurf’s crops. The Smurfs travel north to another part of the forest to procure food, but while they’re away, their nemesis, Gargamel stumbles upon the wreckage of the Smurfs Village. Gargamel concludes the Smurfs must’ve relocated, and that wonders if he’ll ever see the Smurfs again. But the Smurfs do return to their village and are startled to see Gargamel’s footprints. As if that wasn’t bad enough, the Smurfs sense they are being watched—and they are! Not by Gargamel, but by the Wild Smurf—a Smurf that was once lost and raised in the forest. How do the Smurfs possibly survive losing their homes, and losing the security of knowing that Gargamel couldn’t ever find their village before, while attempting to deal with a totally uncivilized Smurf?

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