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Jeff Smith's Bone #9
Bone was first self-published by Jeff Smith following the Dave Sim model from 1991 to 2004 Fifty-five issues in all, with Image Comics publishing issues #21-27, before returning to Cartoon Books for issues #28-55 The series was also coloured and reprinted as part of Disney Adventures, gathering ten Eisner Awards during its run[...]
Katie Cook Auctions Off Four Graphic Novels, As Well As Drawing Bone
Bleeding Cool have been fans of cartoonist Katie Cook for many years, and especially love the lines that she can command at comic book conventions, outstripping the more mainstream favourites, as people happily queue up for her watercolour cartoon character creations. Katie Cook Auctions Off Four Graphic Novels, As Well As Drawing Bone Publishers Marketplace reports "Comic[...]
And according to The Wrap, that also means some serious pulling back & change in creative focus when it comes to the streamer's animation- changes that resulted in the cancellation of the long-awaited animated adaptation of Jeff Smith's graphic novel series Bone. Image: Jeff Smith In response to not just the Netflix decision but his graphic novel's[...]
Now as the streamer looks to things like an ad-supported second subscriber tier and cracking down on password sharing among subscribers, The Wrap is reporting a move this week that may have even larger ramifications on the streamer's animation content- a move that's led to the long-awaited animated adaptation of Jeff Smith's graphic novel series[...]
Jeff Smith’s TUKI: Fight For Fire Kickstarter Campaign Debuts May 4
30 years after the first issue of BONE debuted, its creator Jeff Smith is launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund his third creator-owned and self-published comic, TUKI  On May 4, the campaign will debut and if successful, fund two different original black and white graphic novels, that will ship this Summer and Fall respectively. TUKI is creator[...]
Jeff Smith's award-winning comic book series Bone will be making the journey from the printed page to television screens, with Netflix developing an animated adaptation series With Smith (SHAZAM! The Monster Society of Evil, RASL) set to oversee production, the streaming series follows the exploits of the Bone cousins as they cross a vast, uncharted,[...]
Jeff Smith Is Making A New 'Bone' Picture Book For 2018 Release
Eisner Award winning cartoonist and 647th most famous person in Ohio, Jeff Smith, is returning to his seminal Bone series for a new picture book in 2018. The book, first reported on Newsarama, will be called Smiley's Dream Book, and is set to hit bookstores next Summer, ahead of an animated Bone movie trilogy announced last[...]
A Brand New Bone Comic By Jeff Smith For July 2016
It has been twenty-five years since I ordered Bone #1 from the still-rather-large Diamond Previews from my local comic shop, Forbidden Planet, in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. I never got it Apparently three people had to order a comic back then for them to bother ordering it. It's a little easier to purchase now, reprinted repeatedly by Cartoon Books, Image[...]
The Most Unrealistic Thing About Ted 2
Newbury Comics and Boom were also prominent. Say, how about a Seth McFarlane version of Bone? Anyone?     So Ted 2 is out Seth McFarlane's sequel to Ted, the highest grossing R-Rated comedy of all time. Telling the story of a sentient teddy bear, all grown up alongside the biy who loved him, foul mouthed, drug/alcohol addled wih[...]
Every Comic Is Awesome, With Jeff Smith, Raina Telgemeier And More, At BookCon
Last weekend BookCon, held in New York city, Heidi MacDonald moderated the Comics Are Awesome panel with Ben Hatke (Zita the SpaceGirl), Jennifer Holm (Sunny Side Up), Raina Telgemeier (The Baby-Sitters Club) and Jeff Smith (Bone). All of these talented artists came to Bookcon to talk about their lives in comics, answer questions and share stories[...]
Bone Flies The Flag For CBLDF Guide To Comic Book Censorship
The CBLDF, or the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is putting out a CBLDF Banned Books leaflet, available in stores or at shows from July (in time for San Diego Comic Con) and also ahead of Banned Books Week in September. And it comes with a Bone cover by Jeff Smith as, surprisingly, Bone is one of[...]
Jeff Smith's Tuki Save The Humans Gets An Upgrade Before Publication
Like how Bone and Rasl started out But, a bit like a Kickstarter goal, it has been upgraded to full colour… Out in July, here's a quick refresher… 2,000,000 years ago, a great ice age gripped the earth, trapping all moisture in the polar icecaps, causing drought and upheaval in the rest of the world[...]
Jeff Smith's Bone Was The Tenth Most Banned Book For 2013
In 2010, there was an attempt by a mother in Minnesota to get the all-ages comic Bone banned in state-run libraries due to scenes of smoking and drinking. It failed. Was that that? Well no, there was a move to have the series moved from one recommended age range to another in Texas. But that wasn't enough, apparently. Here's[...]
Jeff Smith's Tuki: Save The Humans, For Free Right Now
  After a webpage launch last year that Jeff Smith compares to that of Obamacare, has relaunched, with the full first season of Tuki: Save The Humans caveman webcomic available free And even the Bones are happy about it. The second season will begin on May 16th, with the first issue in black and white out[...]
Glorious SPX: More Details Emerge about Jeff Smith's New Webcomic
 Our Washington DC Correspondent David Dissanayake writes; This weekend at SPX's Jeff Smith spotlight panel, the man of the hour gave a little more detail about his forthcoming webcomic series Tüki Save the Humans. The new webcomic from the creator of Bone and RASL will center on the first homo erectus to migrate away from the cradle[...]
New Bone From Jeff Smith UPDATE
Nikolai Fomich let's us know from the Jeff Smith panel at San Diego Comic Con that we can expect New Bone material by Jeff Smith from Scholastic, all new, all by him. And the Artists Editions of Bone from IDW will also have new material… UPDATED with more: The IDW Artist's Edition will feature great cow race will[...]
Three Comics For My Daughter
The second series starts in February. Color Bone from Scholastic Books I've known about Bone by Jeff Smith for years But it was never something I wanted to read But like with most things after having kids, my perceptions and what I was looking for in comics changed And this book has it An epic story[...]
Rasl, Glamourpuss And Rachel Rising – The New, Old Black And White Indie Boom
Such a difference to Bone, but still with the emotional core of that book, with monsters and grotesques and the strangest looking beautiful people. Dave Sim continues to give us quite the mix in Glamourpuss #25, with Canadian model Kyla Nicolle posing for scenes and being grabbed by the narrative, and an argumentative bunny rabbit, into[...]
Dealing Cool #2: A Retailer Perspective from Third Eye Comics
The push from Th3rd World Studios for their upcoming series Finding Gossamyr (which looks like it has major potential to be a breakout this summer in the vein of Bone and The Amulet) also has us excited Sam Humphries and Tyler James have both done incredible things with their micro-distro outreach.  I'd love to see[...]
Hot Comics – The Two Hundred Dollar Club (March 2012)
Recently sold for $920. Bone #1 This is the big mover In November, copies were selling for shy of $300 It recently sold for $800. Walking Dead #1 $420 back in November, this comic recently sold for $711. Albedo #2 A new entry to our records, this first appearance of Usagi Yojimbo recently sold for $761. Walking Dead #2[...]
Digital Delights – Bone Goes Digital And UK Online Prices Rise
BoneDelight: BONE is now available in a new digital format through comiXology, on Apple, Android and Web With Jeff Smith creating a comic app of the series for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Bone 1 and RASL 1 will be free, with all other issues selling for 99 cents each. He'll be hosting a live Q&A[...]