Madame 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 memory of what happened? It's up to Benny to get to the bottom of it and stop it if he can!
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.