to play pranks, and "Brainy Smurf", who is intelligent. The franchise has since expanded to include animated television series, films, video games, and theme parks.
The Smurfs originated as a Belgian comic franchise in which small, human-like creatures lived in mushroom-shaped homes in the forest. They were created by Peyo (the pen name of Pierre Culliford) in 1958 under the name Les Schtroumpfs. With over 100 characters based on adjectives that describe their personalities - such as "Jokey Smurf" for pranksters and "Brainy Smurf" for intellectuals - the franchise now includes not only comics but also animated TV shows and movies as well as video games and even theme parks.
to play practical jokes, and "Brainy Smurf", who is intelligent. The franchise has since expanded into movies, television shows, video games, and merchandise.
The Smurfs originated as a Belgian comic franchise about a group of little, blue humanoids who reside in mushroom-shaped abodes deep within the forest. Introduced by Peyo (the pseudonym of Pierre Culliford) in 1958 under the name Les Schtroumpfs; there are over 100 iterations of these unique characters with names based on their defining characteristics - like Jokey Smurf's love for pranks or Brainy Smurf's intellect. This successful series grew to become more than just comics, expanding into other forms such as motion pictures, TV programs, gaming platforms and products for purchase.
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