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comixologyDigital ComicsJeff SmithPress Release

PRESS RELEASE: Cartoon Books, comiXology and Amazon announced today an expanded and renewed distribution agreement to sell Cartoon Books’ digital comics and collections, including the award-winning Bone, on the comiXology platform and expand the distribution of Cartoon Books’ library to Amazon’s Kindle Store . Cartoon Books publishes Jeff Smith’s New York Times bestselling and fan-favorite titles Bone, Rasl and more. Cartoon Books catalog is available today on comiXology and will be available on Amazon’s Kindle Store in the near future.

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BoneJeff SmithSneak Peek

Cartoon Books has released a sneak peek of the upcoming BONE: CODA stand alone book from creator Jeff Smith.

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BoneJeff SmithSolicitations

Cartoon Books has announced that Jeff Smith is bringing Bone back for one more ride… to Boneville!

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BoneComics PortalFeaturedImage ComicsJeff SmithOpinionTrade PaperbackWalking Dead

Every so often, I re-examine the idea of trade paperbacks versus individual issues. Now that I’m helping out behind the scenes on a comic series (the aforementioned Stabbity Bunny), I’m encountering new questions regarding the unending question of trade paperbacks versus individual issues in a series.

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Jeff SmithPress Release

Press Release The next issue of Jeff Smith’s latest ongoing comic book, TUKI SAVE THE HUMANS #4 will be cancelled, and re-solicited in the October Previews for December shipping. Cartoon Books made the difficult decision to delay the release of TUKI#4, originally planned for a May 2015 release, to allow for Jeff to properly heal a previous arm injury that has resurfaced.

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comic conventionJeff SmithMarvelsan diegosan Diego Comic ConSDCCVariant

Marvel is bringing a Rocket Raccoon variant exclusive to the San Diego Comic Con, and the publisher has enlisted Jeff Smith to do the art!

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Jeff SmithPress ReleaseSolicitations

Press Release Jeff Smith’s new ongoing comic, TUKI, is coming to your local comic shop in full color. TUKI Save the Humans was originally solicited to be a black & white comic book, in keeping with Smith’s previous comics, BONE and RASL. But since TUKI has appeared in color on boneville.com, comics fans are overwhelmingly supportive of a full color print version.

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Jeff SmithPress Release

Press Release Jeff Smith explores the ice age in this all new mythological fiction of the first human to leave Africa. With the completion of his science fiction noir thriller RASL, Jeff Smith returns to his cartoony roots with TUKI, which will be accessible by all ages.

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BoneIDW PublishingJeff SmithPress ReleaseSolicitations

Press Release IDW Publishing and Cartoon Books are pleased to announce Jeff Smith’s Bone Artist’s Edition, to be released this fall and featuring one of Smith’s most beloved stories: The Great Cow Race! Featuring Fone, Smiley and Phoney bone, Gran’ma Ben, the radiant Thorn, and, of course, those stupid, stupid Rat Creatures!

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FeaturedJeff SmithraslReview

It’s finally here! The universe hopping adventures of Dr. Robert Johnson come to a close with an explosive reveal you may have to read a couple of times to believe. Jeff Smith’s journey with RASL wraps and Major Spoilers has the review after the jump!

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BoneJeff SmithMovies

There’s movement on the Bone animated movie based on Jeff Smith’s comic book series.  There’s a director.

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BoneFrom the EditorJeff SmithMajor Spoilers

This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast, the team celebrates the holiday by taking a super-sized helping of Jeff Smith’s Bone. Bone: The Complete Volume Art and Words by Jeff Smith The series centers around the Bone cousins, white, bald cartoon caricatures. In the opening pages of Bone: Out from Boneville the three Bone cousins—avaricious Phoncible P. “Phoney” Bone, goofy cigar-smoking Smiley Bone, and everyman character Fone Bone—are run out of their hometown of Boneville after Phoney decides to run for mayor and built a balloon on top the head of a statue of Boneville’s founder. A strong wind made

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Jeff Smithrasl

While news that RASL (and BONE)  is getting the digital comics treatment from comiXology is really cool, I couldn’t help but see this little bit of information from creator Jeff Smith that has me quite down. In fact, RASL will probably be my last serialized comic book…RASL #15 will be the last issue. If you haven’t read the book, then you are missing out on a fascinating story. Of course the every other month (or later) release schedule probably hurt ongoing sales. On the plus side, the collected edition should be an awesome read. “I think the RASL collection will

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Jeff SmithraslSneak Peek

Jeff Smith has posted a sneak peek of RASL #11 that arrives in stores next week, that you can check out, after the jump!

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