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Author Topic: Smurfs in Paradise: A Shameless Smurf Crossover Story (LOL)
Richrod Smurf
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Icon 1 posted 11-29-2013 06:59 PM      Profile for Richrod Smurf   Author's Homepage       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
While working on my latest "Smurfs in Hawaii" drawing in which I digitally insert our friends into vacation photos of my Hawaii trips, I came up with another fan comic idea set there: "Smurfs in Paradise", a crossover story with my original characters Ricki Lee & Tony. Hence the shameless nature of it all. [Wink]

Making good on a promise to once again visit their good friend Patrick Winslow and his family from the film series, Papa Smurf plans to pop open the time-space portal so he and some of his little Smurfs can drop in and say hi. However, one of the crystals used in opening this latest portal has minerals of South Pacific origin--Hawaiian volcanic ash. So when the ash is released upon the portal's opening, everything goes unsmurfily wrong and our friends end up in modern-day Waikiki instead of New York City. Grandpa Smurf joins them on the trip, and he vaguely recognizes Hawaii from his world travels, mainly by spotting Diamond Head.

Gargamel is not in this story, but the man-hungry witch Hogatha is (snort-snort!). Riding the time-space continuum is old hat to her, and she has magically popped into Hawaii for a vacation... and hopefully land a handsome local boy for a husband. The only problem is that she is so butt-ugly and crass even the homeless on Waikiki Beach stay away from her!

When they arrive in Waikiki's vast Kapiolani Park, they run into Lisa Rogers' adopted daughter Keisha, who thinks they are menehune (Hawaiian elves). Ricki Lee & Tony's ohana (family) are at the park for a Saturday afternoon ho'olaule'a (Hawaiian arts and music festival). Keisha gives them a ride in her backpack, hiding them until her family returns home in suburban Pearl City (just above Pearl Harbor).

Their cover is blown when the family pets Xena the Chihuahua and Lani Girl the mongoose smell them out and chase them all over the backyard. Shocked and angry at what Keisha stole from the park, Ricki Lee Smith, her husband Tony and her cousin Lisa (aka Cousin Lee) are told the Smurfs' story by Papa. He asks the Smiths if they could secretly stay in their suburban home until he finds out what went wrong and return his little Smurfs back home. The ohana agrees, and in the meantime our friends have an unforgettable Hawaiian vacation!

Hogatha spots the Smurfs at the Ala Moana mall, where Ricki and Lee are giving the girls (Smurfette, Vexy, Sassette and Nanny) the quintessential Hawaiian tourist experience--shopping! [Smurfette] [Sassette Smurfling] She hopes to squeeze as much Smurf esscence from the ladies' hair (translation: cut them off and make them bald) to make herself into a beautiful Native Hawaiian wahine sure to fire up the lust of any local boy.

Along the way Smurfette and Hefty take up surfing on Oahu's North Shore, our friends make friends with honu (Hawaiian sea turtles), visit the Dole Plantation where Hackus and Greedy gorge on fresh pineapples, have an all-Smurfette hula show on the beach, and run into veteran Hawaiian singer Melveen Leed, comedian Bu La'ia (Kumi Hill) and the trio Na Leo Pilimehana.

Ultimately our friends reopen the portal with fresh volcanic ash from vog (volcano smog) and smurf home, and Hogatha gets chased all over the island by locals she's outraged by her crazy antics and talking about blue menehune nobody's ever seen.

Smurf characters in the story: Papa Smurf, Smurfette, Grandpa Smurf, Nanny Smurf, Vexy, Brainy, Hefty, Hackus, Greedy, Clumsy, Grouchy, Sassette, Slouchy and Crazy; villain Hogatha.

My own characters: Ricki Lee and Tony, Cousin Lee, the kids Keisha, Isaac and Robbie; pets Xena the Chihuahua and Lani Girl the mongoose; Lee's parents Pete and Della Rogers.

Real-life people: Melveen Leed, Kumi "Bu La'ia Hill", Na Leo Pilimehana (Nalani Choy, Lehua Kalima Heine and Angela Morales).
Aloha! [Scuba Smurf]

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Icon 1 posted 11-29-2013 07:53 PM      Profile for Linkin Smurf   Author's Homepage       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
Oh lordy, Rich!! That is the most inspiring story ever told, based on your heritage [Smile]

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Richrod Smurf
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quote:
Originally posted by thatonesmurfx103.9:
Oh lordy, Rich!! That is the most inspiring story ever told, based on your heritage [Smile]


@thatonesmurfx1039: Mahalo (thanks) for your kind comments. My heritage is actually Mexican, and possibly some Cherokee, but my love of Hawaii's people and culture are part of my smurfy heritage too. I like to call myself a kama'aina (local) in training. [Smile]

I was coming up with the story while typing it out, and after I posted it and read it later I realized this is one ambitious story. Not because of the crossover with my original characters or tha Hawaiian setting, but because of the huge size of the cast! [Confused] I might have to pare down the number of Smurfs, and the real-life Hawaiian celebrities would make only cameo appearances of about maybe one to two panels each.

Some ways to insert the real people:

  • Kaui Hill (Bu La'ia) literally crashes into the Smurfs while skateboarding on the sidewalk in Waialua Bay, and he immediately says they muse be menehune from the windward side of the island because they're freezing blue.
  • They see Melveen Leed at her stage show in Waikiki, saying she's done one song about a gazillion times ("Paniolo Country", her signature song). But instead of that, she does a Hawaiian reggae version of the Smurfs' La-La Song, claiming she heard some keiki (kids) singing it in Pearl City and thought it was a catchy tune.
  • The ladies of Na Leo sing on the beach while the smurfettes do a hula dance. The trio befriends the Smurfs and with Ricki Lee & Tony help them find their way back home.

Hogatha gets the essence from the girls' hair and turns herself into a beautiful, tall, young local girl. But when she unknowingly hits up on Tony (Ricki Lee's husband) and lets out a snort, everything starts to unravel. Long story short, she reverts to her short, ugly self when Bu La'ia kisses her as the wahine of his dreams. And his love only grows when the real Hogatha is exposed because he thinks she's a "really for real purty kine tita" (tough tomboy)!

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Icon 1 posted 11-30-2013 12:56 PM      Profile for Amy Sue Smurfette   Author's Homepage       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
this IS an ambitious story, and soooooo exciting!!! i can not wait to read it! :-D

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Icon 1 posted 11-30-2013 06:42 PM      Profile for Richrod Smurf   Author's Homepage       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
quote:
Originally posted by Amy Sue Smurfette:
this IS an ambitious story, and soooooo exciting!!! i can not wait to read it! :-D


Mahalo (thanks), Amy Sue! It is ambitious, probably the most ambitious piece of fiction, fan comics or otherwise, I've conjured up in several years. It could make a nice hour-long direct-to-video story for the kiddies. [Sassette Smurfling]

Whenever I come up with an outline or treatment, the sky's the limit on how big and detailed the plotline is. But it ultimately gets pared down to a reasonable (and short) size so that even casual readers as well as devoted fans can follow along. Again, that's a screenwriting discipline I learned back in college.

I'm very old-school in that I believe any type of story adaptation from an established franchise (i.e. Marvel, DC, Harry Potter, Smurfs) should be able to stand on its own without having to go back to a prequel to fill in the gaps. Unfortunately in the minds of Hollywood that makes me a mutant and a weirdo that must be ignored at all costs. [Roll Eyes]

Going back to the story itself, the final scene when the Smurfs go home might take place at the top of Diamond Head. There is an abundance of crystals just like the ones Papa used to open the portal in the first place (it's how Diamond Head got its real-life name), and the latest layer of vog (volcanic pollution) from the volcanoes on the Big Island of Hawaii make it a smurfect way to extract ash from the air and reverse the direction of the portal back to Smurf Village.

Each Smurf is given a farewell lei as Na Leo and the Smith family sing "Aloha O'e", the traditional Hawaiian goodbye song. It's a tearful goodbye as our friends walk into the portal and it closes up, promising they'll return to Hawaii real soon. Tony (Ricki's husband) mentions that he remembered a certain Pat Winslow who did PR work for the NHL's New York Rangers when he played there early in his career, and suggests to the ohana that he get in touch with him and learn more about these strange and wonderful creatures who are now their friends.

When the Smurfs return to their proper time and place, they're happily singing "Aloha O'e" as they come out of the portal. Handy, who was left in charge of the village while they were away, says that was quite a short trip since they were only gone for about 24 minutes (the average time of a Stephan Franck Smurf DVD). Another quirk with using Hawaiian ash-tainted crystals is that it smurfs out parallel or subjective time while traveling and shortens the actual time away from home to just a few minutes, and there's an automatic fallback to Hawaii if something goes wrong.

A postlude is that back home, Narrator Smurf tells the story of our friends' Hawaiian adventure as told to him. Some in the audience want to hear it again, while others plead not to since they hate "Narry's" bombastic oratory to begin with. While they're bickering, Narrator is whisked away from harm by Vexy and Hefty, and together they sing "Aloha O'e" as the Smurf Theater degenerates into the usual smurfberry and cream pie fight. [Smile]

(The Smurfs sure could've used some Hawaiian crystals in Season 9 of their TV series, but I digress.) [Wink]

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Icon 1 posted 12-01-2013 02:47 PM      Profile for Amy Sue Smurfette   Author's Homepage       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
YES!!! they could have! that's a brilliant idea! but hey, since they didn't, the idea is your own and you get the credit for it :-D

i will have to look up some of these Hawaiian songs you keep mentioning. i'll bet they're very beautiful :-)



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Icon 1 posted 12-01-2013 04:58 PM      Profile for Richrod Smurf   Author's Homepage       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
Aloha Amy Sue:

Here are some links you might find smurfy regarding all the Hawaiian references in the story:

Wikipedia: Diamond Head, Hawaii

Wikipedia: Calcite - the crystals naturally found on Diamond Head and the type of crystals Papa Smurf uses in this story to activate the portal (a little different from the movies) [Wink]

Na Leo's official site - popular contemporary Hawaiian vocal group

Wikipedia: Melveen Leed - I saw her perform live in Waikiki in 2012 and she is a talented comedienne as well as a jazz and traditional Hawaiian vocalist.

Kaui Hill, aka Bu La'ia - veteran Native Hawaiian comedian who parodies island culture and politics. Like George Lopez, but clean. "Bu La'ia" is a play on bulaia, Hawaiian Pidgin for liar.

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Amy Sue Smurfette
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Icon 1 posted 12-02-2013 01:08 PM      Profile for Amy Sue Smurfette   Author's Homepage       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
this is epic! thank you Rich :-) i have been cleaning house all day and i plan on spending tomorrow at least relaxing in bed, reading these,and listening to music :-)

and i might just catch up on some sleep when i've finished with this! ;-)

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Icon 1 posted 12-04-2013 10:38 AM      Profile for Amy Sue Smurfette   Author's Homepage       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
i've been checking out the links you've shared, and i'm enjoying the learning experience and especially the music. it's beautiful! thanks again for sharing! :-D

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