Tweet HERE! Smith’s much talked about new webcomic is set 2,000,000 years in the past and follows the first humans to leave Africa and their adventures. The comic will run every day until a first “episode” is finished. OH BOY!
Tweet With RASL running up the sales chart and soon to start racking up awards, Jeff Smith’s next project—a webcomic called Tüki Save the Humans! has been kept under wraps. But a teaser image has finally been released, and it’s been announced that Smith will officially unveil it November 10th a benefit brunch for the […]
Tweet by Christian Hoffer As part of the Columbus College of Arts and Design’s MIX Comic Symposium, Tom Spurgeon (of Comics Reporter fame) interviewed Jeff Smith at the college’s Canzani Center Friday evening. Smith was the keynote guest of the two day academic symposium, which featured a variety of panels, workshops and presentations about the […]
Tweet Like it says, the man behind Bone and Rasl and soon Tüki Save The Humans is also fighting for free speech by joining the board of the CBLDF. PR below. The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund proudly announces that Jeff Smith, the celebrated creator of Bone and RASL has been unanimously elected to serve on the organization’s Board […]
Tweet Straight from the offices of Publishers Weekly, it’s More to Come! Your podcast source of comics news and discussion starring The Beat’s own Heidi MacDonald. In a More To Come interview special episode, Heidi talks with acclaimed indie comics creator Jeff Smith about his Eisner-winning kids’ fantasy epic Bone, his adult sci-fi tale RASL, […]
With Jeff Smith’s first post-BONE project, RASL, wrapping up after a four-year run, he’s doing a bunch of interviews, and here’s a good one from Paste Magazine. HUGE SPOILER WARNING: If you haven’t read all of RASL, this is definitely one to save for afterwards as it discusses plot twists and turns in depth.
He says they suck.
PSYCH — he did not. As part of a Canadian panel on getting kids reading, Smith joined educator Larry Swartz and author Mahtab Narsimhan to discuss comics and literacy.
Tweet TwoMorrows has been publishing its series of artists spotlights, Modern Masters, for some time, and they’re up to volume #25 and Jeff Smith by Eric Nolen-Weathington. The final product doesn’t go on sale until March 2, but you can browse a free 32-page preview right here. BONE is one of the certified classics of […]