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The world of the Smurfs expands as a Brainy Smurf, Smurfette, Hefty Smurf and Clumsy Smurf discover a new village filled with a whole population of girl Smurfs! A whole new world of challenges and adventures awaits the Smurfs!


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The world of the Smurfs expands as a Brainy Smurf, Smurfette, Hefty Smurf and Clumsy Smurf discover a new village filled with a whole population of girl Smurfs! A whole new world of challenges and adventures awaits the Smurfs!

30 review for The Smurfs: The Village Behind the Wall (The Smurfs Graphic Novels)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Aneela ♒the_mystique_reader♒

    Super Cute ... Super Awesome ... Super Smurftastic! This comic is just so smurfly smurf....if you know what I mean. Smurfs remind me of a sun-lit room with warm carpet where I would sit and struggle to keep my eyes open. How much I hated to nap after school and would do anything to avoid it so I could watch Smurfs on TV at 2 pm. Long gone are the days of my blissful childhood. But I am glad as I can still recall those memories and connect to them by watching movies of my favorite carto Super Cute ... Super Awesome ... Super Smurftastic! This comic is just so smurfly smurf....if you know what I mean. Smurfs remind me of a sun-lit room with warm carpet where I would sit and struggle to keep my eyes open. How much I hated to nap after school and would do anything to avoid it so I could watch Smurfs on TV at 2 pm. Long gone are the days of my blissful childhood. But I am glad as I can still recall those memories and connect to them by watching movies of my favorite cartoon characters or reading their comics. God! I love these tiny cute blue colored creatures in white leggings and caps. Smurfs - The Village Behind the Wall was an enjoyable read. They discovered a new village of Smurf girls on the other side of the wall. They made new friends, faced new challenges and experienced new adventures. The comic is beautifully executed with bright, vibrant and rich colors. I could have finished this comic in 45 minutes but I took my time for it was so colorful, lovely and the detailing was just too awesome. I would love to read it again. Also, it would be a great gift for kids. An ARC of this book was provided by Papercutz via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I love the Smurfs! This was a really cute comic of the Smurfs finding another village of all girl Smurfs and some of the adventures they go on. Cute and short read. Definitely recommend for kids and adults alike, especially if you like the Smurfs. I received an advance copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    A village of female Smurfs! An empowered group of Smurfs that want to show the males just how great they are. Great art work, I love the leaf disguises!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This is a fun graphic novel. The stories that are featured in this novel had adventure, action, intrigue, bravery all taken place in a new world. I thought this novel was a nice introduction to the new girl smurfs and the new movie. After reading this novel, I am looking forward to watching the movie. I love the smurfs. The new girls are like Amazons. They are strong and not really afraid of anything. I did feel bad for Brainy in the first story. He really had quite the adventure. My only issue This is a fun graphic novel. The stories that are featured in this novel had adventure, action, intrigue, bravery all taken place in a new world. I thought this novel was a nice introduction to the new girl smurfs and the new movie. After reading this novel, I am looking forward to watching the movie. I love the smurfs. The new girls are like Amazons. They are strong and not really afraid of anything. I did feel bad for Brainy in the first story. He really had quite the adventure. My only issue was that as much as it might have been cute that the girl smurfs kept using the words "smurf", "smurfing" or any other form of the word "smurf" was ok the first couple of times but it grew a little annoying after a dozen + times. Although, as I stated, this novel is a read that children and adults alike will enjoy.

  5. 4 out of 5

    ☘Tara Sheehan☘

    Finally Smurfette is not the only girl Smurf in the world! These comics are a great addition to the Smurf world we all know and love not to mention will make a great addition to the upcoming movie. The first thing that obviously grabs your attention is the graphics which are vibrant, beautiful and eye catching. The pictures accurately depict not only the storyline but the essence of who the Smurfs are as characters that have been enjoyed for decades. The story line makes sense and it’s fun to se Finally Smurfette is not the only girl Smurf in the world! These comics are a great addition to the Smurf world we all know and love not to mention will make a great addition to the upcoming movie. The first thing that obviously grabs your attention is the graphics which are vibrant, beautiful and eye catching. The pictures accurately depict not only the storyline but the essence of who the Smurfs are as characters that have been enjoyed for decades. The story line makes sense and it’s fun to see the new adventures the Smurfs find themselves involved in now that their world has gotten a little bigger. Even though they have found new Smurfs who lead a little bit different life than the ‘originals’ the essence of what was created all those years ago hasn’t changed making this still a fun, family friendly way to pass the time. The only irritating thing in the story was the constant use of the word ‘smurf’ as a verb, noun, adjective, whatever but that kind of goes with the characters. Aside from the overabundance of the word ‘smurf’ used, the dialogue thankfully makes sense overall, reads very conversationalist, and seems true to the characters. Have to admit as a woman I’m really happy to FINALLY see some more female characters and these women are badass. No more female stereotypes, instead we get some powerful girls who show they are equal to the task of being SMURFTASTIC! (come on, you didn’t see that coming? Lol)

  6. 4 out of 5

    Anusha Narasimhan

    This book reminded me of my childhood when I watched the cartoon on TV. A cute, fun, book I would highly recommend for The Smurfs fans, whether they are children or adults. Note - I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. This has not influenced my review in any way.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Paul Franco

    A collection of shorts stories featuring the usual guys and one gal finding a new group of blue girls, apparently as an introduction to the new movie coming out soon! (said in announcer voice). All the new Smurfs get a full page intro—awesome. The new gals are terrific dancers, and good at curing the aches and pains afterward. “Hanging out with girls looks smurfly exhausting.” If you only knew, bro. . . so much for being the smart one. Hefty is, as always, easily manipulated. “Why do I have the imp A collection of shorts stories featuring the usual guys and one gal finding a new group of blue girls, apparently as an introduction to the new movie coming out soon! (said in announcer voice). All the new Smurfs get a full page intro—awesome. The new gals are terrific dancers, and good at curing the aches and pains afterward. “Hanging out with girls looks smurfly exhausting.” If you only knew, bro. . . so much for being the smart one. Hefty is, as always, easily manipulated. “Why do I have the impression that’s exactly what she wanted?” Because you’ve never talked to a girl before, dude? A kissing flower gets slapped for being forward. Almost feel sorry for it, considering how sad it’s drawn. I hate it when the character is narrating what’s obviously happening, as occurred in one of the last stories. At least make it an inner monologue. A few pages at the end tell how the Smurfs first appeared, with the humans in the story pretty much asking the same questions I did. 3.5 pushed up to 4/5

  8. 5 out of 5

    Wayne McCoy

    'The Smurfs: The Village Behind the Wall' by Peyo tells some new stories about a new group of Smurfs. Most of the original Smurfs are male Smurfs. This book introduces a whole village of female Smurfs. After getting some bios of the new Smurfs (Smurfstorm, Smurfblossom, etc.), we get a series of short stories, including how Brainy Smurf finds this new village. These Smurfs camouflage themselves with leaves and seem to be threatened by the things in the forest around them. Giant (to Smurfs) carni 'The Smurfs: The Village Behind the Wall' by Peyo tells some new stories about a new group of Smurfs. Most of the original Smurfs are male Smurfs. This book introduces a whole village of female Smurfs. After getting some bios of the new Smurfs (Smurfstorm, Smurfblossom, etc.), we get a series of short stories, including how Brainy Smurf finds this new village. These Smurfs camouflage themselves with leaves and seem to be threatened by the things in the forest around them. Giant (to Smurfs) carnivorous plants, etc. The original creator of The Smurfs, Peyo, is no longer with us, but I appreciate that he is still honored here. Also included is an excerpt from the original story that introduced the Smurfs back in 1958. That was a fun thing to have here. I'm not the biggest Smurf fan on the planet, but I enjoyed reading these stories. I received a review copy of this graphic novel from Papercutz and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Penny lurkykitty

    I received an electronic copy of this book from Netgalley in return for an honest review. It is four stories of how the original smurfs (from my childhood), find a whole village of female smurfs. Four separate stories are contained in this book. The quality of the illustrations is quite high with a lot of detail. There are many really interesting creatures and monsters. I read this book with my seven year old who found it highly entertaining. She was really engaged in the adventures and laughed I received an electronic copy of this book from Netgalley in return for an honest review. It is four stories of how the original smurfs (from my childhood), find a whole village of female smurfs. Four separate stories are contained in this book. The quality of the illustrations is quite high with a lot of detail. There are many really interesting creatures and monsters. I read this book with my seven year old who found it highly entertaining. She was really engaged in the adventures and laughed out loud many times. The only downside was that substituting the word "smurf" for other words got old after a few pages. I don't think kids will mind. Overall, a really fun read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Donna Sanders

    Received from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. A short graphic novel compiled of several short stories about the Smurfs encounters with the female Smurf village beyond the wall. The colours, graphics and dialogue are all classic Smurf. The new characters are funny and unique. An enjoyable quick read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Krisz

    I am disappointed - we get some entries, but not stories, as only one has an actual ending. --- Csalódtam ebben a kötetben: több különálló sztorit tartalmaz, és egy kivételével nincs vége a történeteknek, ahelyett hogy felfűzné az ötleteket és egy hosszú mesét mutatna, ami lezárul :(

  12. 5 out of 5

    J Aislynn d'Merricksson

    **This book was reviewed via Netgalley** I'm in nostalgia heaven! I grew up with the Smurfs. With the new movies, and now graphic novels, I can share my childhood passion with my cubs. Some of them get it. Others think ma is a little off her rocker, but that's okay, cause Smurfs! I was beyond delighted to get the original cartoons on Amazon Instant View. Smurfs: The Village Behind the Wall is a collection of shorts, much like the show itself was. There are five altogether, along with a neat histo **This book was reviewed via Netgalley** I'm in nostalgia heaven! I grew up with the Smurfs. With the new movies, and now graphic novels, I can share my childhood passion with my cubs. Some of them get it. Others think ma is a little off her rocker, but that's okay, cause Smurfs! I was beyond delighted to get the original cartoons on Amazon Instant View. Smurfs: The Village Behind the Wall is a collection of shorts, much like the show itself was. There are five altogether, along with a neat history lesson on the Smurfs. I had no idea they were originally support characters in a story focused on Johan and Peewit. My, my, how the tables turned! The Smurfs have met their match in the residents of Smurfy Grove. This little village seems to be where all the female Smurfs live, lead by Willow, a wise, older smurf like Papa Smurf. These girls are full of energy! Brainy’s Bad Day- the girls take Brainy for a walk he will never forget Challenges for Hefty- Hefty gets competitive with Smurfstorm, and they face a terrifying rafflesia. Clumsy Smurf’s Dragonfly- a rescue adventure earns Clumsy Smurf a new best friend. The Squash Smurfs- a thief in the night keeps wrecking the squash garden. A trap is set to catch the culprit red-handed. Fun with bees ensues. A Smurflily Strange World- Smurflily's story about how she first came to cross the wall. I just love that Smurfy Grove is all female, and led by an elder female. The 80s teased with the notion of female Smurfs. There was Sassette, and Grandma Smurf. One must wonder. There had to be more than just Papa’s group out there.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jo

    Thanks to netgalley for the read. A classic Smurfs tale with a little twist of new characters. Funny and the new characters are likeable. I'd like to hear from them. Thanks to netgalley for the read. A classic Smurfs tale with a little twist of new characters. Funny and the new characters are likeable. I'd like to hear from them.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    I really like what Papercutz has done with the Peyo Smurf books. These books remind me of childhood and the Smurfs I grew up with. The modern smurfs just look too funny and have too much adult humor. In the newest graphic novel we meet the villagers over the wall. A land of female Smurfs with Blue Hair. We grew up with only one female smurf: Smurfette, but now there is an entire land of them. They have ways that are different and live in a much more magical land where plants try to eat you, and I really like what Papercutz has done with the Peyo Smurf books. These books remind me of childhood and the Smurfs I grew up with. The modern smurfs just look too funny and have too much adult humor. In the newest graphic novel we meet the villagers over the wall. A land of female Smurfs with Blue Hair. We grew up with only one female smurf: Smurfette, but now there is an entire land of them. They have ways that are different and live in a much more magical land where plants try to eat you, and they can ride dragonflies. I like this series and am glad it has had a strong long run.

  15. 4 out of 5

    China

    I can’t wait for the next edition in which the girl smurfs are portrayed

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jesica DeHart

    We really wanted to read and review this title but it would not download. This is a favorite series of my kids and we own all of them!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Angus

  18. 5 out of 5

    Inna Mudrak

  19. 5 out of 5

    Yong Wei Kang

  20. 4 out of 5

    Fern Whittington

  21. 5 out of 5

    Doggie

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bryan

  23. 5 out of 5

    darwin menjivar

  24. 4 out of 5

    Duane

  25. 4 out of 5

    Maria DeCambra

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lori

  27. 5 out of 5

    Vipanchika Tharun

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amy Bogan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jade

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Alevizos

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