Benny Breakiron Boxed Set: Vol. #1-4

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Three super-powered books in one boxed set!

 

Benny Breakiron is an honest, polite little boy with an exceptional quality: he possesses superhuman strength, can leap over huge distances, and can run unbelievably fast! This little kid packs quite a punch, and he devotes his play time to stopping crime and injustice. But that’s only half the story; every time he gets a cold he loses his superpowers, and when he has them he’s too strong to play with the other kids! Life may ...

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Overview

Three super-powered books in one boxed set!

 

Benny Breakiron is an honest, polite little boy with an exceptional quality: he possesses superhuman strength, can leap over huge distances, and can run unbelievably fast! This little kid packs quite a punch, and he devotes his play time to stopping crime and injustice. But that’s only half the story; every time he gets a cold he loses his superpowers, and when he has them he’s too strong to play with the other kids! Life may not be easy for Benny, but his town sure needs his help. If there’s a problem, Benny will put a stop to it once and for all, and hopefully keep the property damage to a minimum!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781597077422
  • Publisher: Papercutz
  • Publication date: 8/18/2015
  • Series: Benny Breakiron Series
  • Pages: 192
  • Age range: 6 - 11 Years

Meet the Author

PIERRE CULLIFORD, born in Belgium in 1928, was the cartoonist known as Peyo. Peyo began his career working with some of Belgium’s most talented cartoonists, including his lifelong writing partner Yvan Delporte. In 1958, The Smurfs made their first appearance and went on to become the world-famous characters we know and love today.

WILLY MALTAITE, also known as Will, was a French comics creator and artist who created the backgrounds and scenery for BENNY BREAKIRON. He is a founding member of the Marcinelle school, and one of the most respected French comics artists of his generation. From 1958-1960, he was the artistic director of Tintin. He died in February 2000, having spent over 50 years in comics.

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