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Banned Books Week continues! Kindergarteners interview Jim Zub about "Figment"! Drew Friedman talks "Heroes of the Comics"! Plus much more!
Fresh off his 2014 Eisner Award win for "RASL," Jeff Smith discussed "Tuki" and the tenth anniversary of the "Bone" color edition.
With his new webcomic well on its way, Jeff Smith talks about the journey of "Tüki," the digital age and "Bone's" status as a banned book.
At WonderCon, Jeff Smith spent time with CBR TV to discuss IDW's Artist's Edition of "Bone," the upcoming "RASL" hardcover, his upcoming webcomics debut "Tüki Save the Humans" and more.
Independent publishing icons Terry Moore and Jeff Smith sent an hour with WonderCon attendees discussing their careers, the industry shifts over the past 20 years, Smith's new webcomic and more.
IDW Publishing special projects editor Scott Dunbier gives CBR the early word about "Jeff Smith's Bone: Artist's Edition," announced at the IDW Panel at WonderCon on Friday afternoon.
After nearly five years, the second major epic from "Bone" creator Jeff Smith is complete, and the artist tells CBR about his fascination with noir storytelling, Nikola Tesla and the crises brought on by traveling to parallel worlds.
Mark Siegel talks First Second's success! Tony Moore's attorney explains federal-court filing in "Walking Dead" dispute! Greg Capullo on his lifelong love of Batman! Jeff Smith talks "Bone" and "RASL"! Plus more!
WonderCon organizers still waiting for 2013 dates! Grant Morrison talks MorrisonCon! Spotlight on Valiant Entertainment! Young reader doesn't like swearing in "Bone"! Plus much more!
A full video of "Amazing Spider-Man's" press conference in Japan! The cast of "The Walking Dead" describe a world without Sophia! "Bone" finds a screenwriter! Plus, "The Avengers," "Dark Knight Rises" and more!
Patrick Sean Smith, creator of ABC Family's "Greek," is set to pen the adaptation of Jeff Smith's acclaimed fantasy series "Bone," with "Peter Pan's" P.J. Hogan attached to direct.
Jeff Smith spoke with CBR TV about twenty years of "Bone," the research and pseudo-science of "RASL," "The Monster Society of Evil" part two and much more.
At Comic-Con International, a 20th anniversary panel for the beloved "Bone" comic saw Jeff Smith recount stories both joyous and sad, but always wonderful.
"Captain America" director on making period superhero movies! New photos from "Man of Steel's" Smallville! "The Red Star" moves to Warner Bros! Also, Jeff Smith talks "Bone" animation and more.
Augie enjoys another edition of the "Modern Master" series, this time dedicated to Jeff Smith. Then there are this week's disappointments, from "Mars Needs Moms" to "Wizard" to "The Mission."
Cartoonist Dave Ryan spoke with CBR News about his long in development project, "War of the Independents," a self-funded series which embroils indie comics characters in their own universe-spanning, epic event.
Steve Hamaker spoke with CBR about coloring "Bone" after its original success in black and white, and the final volume of Jeff Smith’s epic, “Bone: Tall Tales,” which is available now from Scholastic.
Tom Sniegoski spoke with CBR about the joy, the honor and the terror of writing for Jeff Smith's "Bone" in the new "Tall Tales" comics, as well as the "Bone: Quest for the Spark" novels coming out next year
"Bone" and "RASL" creator Jeff Smith spoke about the past and future of his projects, his inspiration for creating "Bone" and much more at the inaugural panel at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego.
IDW brings Jeff Smith's "Bone" and "Rasl" to the Sony PSP this month, and we spoke with Director of ePublishing Jeff Webber to find out more about format, price point and what other devices may soon feature IDW titles.
"Bone" and "Rasl" creator Jeff Smith spoke with CBR TV about the recent controversy over his beloved all-ages series, the upcoming "Bone" novel and other books, the origins of "Rasl," its ties to Nikola Tesla and more.
CBR News spoke with Jeff Smith about his current opus, "Rasl," which just saw it's latest collection - "The Fire of St. George" - released, his last "Bone" graphic novel, future "Bone" projects and more.
"Bone" and "RASL" creator, Jeff Smith, got a hand from Mark Waid at his Saturday panel at C2E2, addressed an attempted "Bone" ban in Minnesota, and discussed the "Bone" animated film and the digital future of comics.
A parent in a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, has filed a complaint with the school district objecting to the content in the fourth volume of Jeff Smith's Bone series citing drinking, gambling and sexual overtones.
Hit-Girl makes her mark in a new "Kick-Ass" trailer. Bryan Singer talks "X-Men Origins: First Class." Producer Dan Lin discusses "Bone." Also, "Scott Pilgrim" nears a release date and more.
Kurt Connors returns in "Spider-Man 4", but is the Lizard far behind? Steph Song talks Roulette in "Smallville," while the JSA episode expands to two parts. "Astro Boy" reviews and more.
The creator of "Bone" and "RASL" talks to fans about the early days of alternative comics, the now-realized dream of moving from monthly comics to trade paperback collections, his comic book "tribe," and more.
"Bone" and "RASL" creator Jeff Smith joined "Strangers in Paradise" and "Echo" creator Terry Moore on stage at Comic-Con International to talk about the "Echo" film and brand new "Bone" comics.
Scholastic Books has announced that writer/artist Jeff Smith with be teaming with co-writer Tom Sniegoski to return to he world of Bone in 2010 with the first of four new "Bone" graphic novels.
At HeroesCon, Jeff Smith and Alec Longstreth discussed their different processes while creating comics, talked about Smith's "Little Mouse Gets Ready" and gave a few hints on how to succeed in comics.
Director Ken Mills talks to CBR News about his Jeff Smith documentary, which features interviews with Paul Pope, Terry Moore, Colleen Doarn, Harvey Pekar and more.
In this week's WWC, Timothy takes a close look at "Seaweed: A Cure for Mildew," a new self-published comic book from award-winning animator Ben Balistreri, and calls it "The Best Graphic Novel You've Never Heard Of."