Smurfs The Smurfs and the Howlibird by Gos, Peyo


Smurfs The Smurfs and the Howlibird by Gos, Peyo

When Papa Smurf tries to make a new fertilizer for his crops, it transforms an ordinary flower into a dangerous smurfivore plant. When two Smurfs try to get rid of the fertilizer by dumping it outside the Smurf village, a bird swallows it and becomes a huge monster - the Howlibird! Now, the Smurfs must figure out how to defeat the monster and save their village.

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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56 pages


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Publication date

25th May 2011



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