Madame Adolphine (Benny Breakiron Series #2)

Madame Adolphine (Benny Breakiron Series #2)

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Overview

Madame Adolphine (Benny Breakiron Series #2) by Peyo, Will Maltaite

Madam Adolphine is a kind, gentle old lady, and a good friend of the super-strong Benny Breakiron. So why is she robbing a bank, banging a man on the head with a mallet, and being thrown in the trunk of a car, with no memory of what happened? It's up to Benny to get to the bottom of it . . . and stop it if he can.

Benny Breakiron's super-heroic adventures continue in this charming graphic novel series from the creator of The Smurfs!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781597077156
Publisher: Papercutz
Publication date: 09/24/2013
Series: Benny Breakiron Series , #2
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 64
File size: 33 MB
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Age Range: 7 - 12 Years

About the Author

Peyo created The Smurfs in his comic strip "Johan and Peewit." Peyo wrote and drew several extremely popular comic series in Europe throughout his storied career. In 2008 the country of Belgium celebrated the 50th Anniversary of The Smurfs by issuing a 5 Euro coin featuring his beloved creation.
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. Over a long association with the comics magazine "Le Joyrnal de Spirou" that began in 1947, Will created, illustrated, and wrote several series, including "Tif et Tondu" and "Isabelle". From 1958-1960, he was the artistic director of "Tintin." He died in February 2000, having spent over 50 years in comics.


Willy Maltaite, also known as Will, was a French comics creator and artist. He is a founding member of the Marcinelle school, and one of the most respected French comics artists of his generation. Over a long association with the comics magazine "Le Joyrnal de Spirou" that began in 1947, Will created, illustrated, and wrote several series, including "Tif et Tondu" and "Isabelle". 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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