Bone creator Jeff Smith, via his publishing company Cartoon Books, has released the first full color pages from the upcoming collection of RASL. Due out this fall, the RASL hardcover collects the multiple-Eisner and Harvey Award winner's sci-fi tale about a thief who travels to parallel universes stealing art and dodging the government.
Jeff Smith fans got two big presents at this weekend's WonderCon: The first is news that IDW is set to release a new Artist's Edition collection of Bone this fall. The second? Smith's working on a brand new webcomic set in prehistoric times, titled Tüki Save the Humans.
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DVD: All 33 episodes of Bob Newhart's 1992 sitcom, Bob, about a Golden Age comic book artist's reluctant '90s resurgence will be collected on DVD in April.
Movies: P.J. Hogan has signed on to direct an unspecified style of fea
Relaunching comic books with new #1 issues and alternate takes on familiar characters is nothing new in the world of super-hero comics, with the upcoming DC Comics relaunch as the latest and greatest example. Rebooting without the baggage of old stories can add new life to characters -- or c
Movies: Sebastain Shaw Kevin Bacon has signed on to play the villain in the upcoming live action movie adaptation of Dark Horse's R.I.P.D.
Art: Dustin Harbin illustrates "The
There's a lot to celebrate about the 20th anniversary of Jeff Smith's Cartoon Books, namely the birth of the all-ages Bone in 1991 and Smith's latest, more mature series RASL in 2008. Each series has
Upcoming: The Thor Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD will arrive in stores on September 13.
TV: AMC will air a first-look video from the upcoming second season of The Walking Dead during the Season 4 premiere of Breaking Bad this Sunday. Set your DVRs.
Creators: Bone and Rasl cr
Toys: Hot Toys will have an exclusive 1/6 scale The Dark Knight Batman doll in tow at Comic-Con and other 2011 Toy Fairs. It doesn't have a voice chip, but do you really need one? I hear "SWEAR TO ME!" just looking at it.
Upcoming: Jeff Smith's
While computer generated animation has helped deliver its share of modern movie classics, its technological limitations can sometimes give releases a definite time stamp. That's why in the case of adapting Jeff Smith's "Bone" as a feature film, some feel that traditional, hand-drawn animation might be better suited for bringing the Bones to life
Drama: After taking his irritation with the new Marvel X-Men/vampire storyline to the mattresses (and the internet forums) yesterday, Mark Millar has now taken down the post, apparently after a conversation with Marvel Publisher Dan Buckley.
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