RASL

Jeff Smith’s ‘Bone’ and ‘Rasl’ Going Digital With Apps From Comixology
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 been collected a number of different ways in print in the past, but starting today the first 11 issues of Bone and the up-to-date run of RASL will be available digitally via comiXology...
Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – July 13, 2011: America 6.0
Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week. KEY: ^ Seven Deadly Finns * Blank Frank % Kurt's Rejoinder ¢ Burning Airlines Give You So Much More * BATMAN: HUSH UNWRAPPED DELUXE EDITION Or, to put it differently, Jim Lee uninked--a black-and-white edition of the Lee-drawn run on Batman, reproduced from his lushly rendered pencils, with let
RASL #8: Where Have We Seen That Spooky Girl Before?
Like a lot of brats who grew up watching waaaay too much TGIF, my corneas are forever seared with the image of "Full House's" Michelle Tanner giving the world a disingenuous thumbs up. Additionally, my younger sister and a new wife have succeeded in grafting about a baker's dozen "The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley" songs directly onto my temporal lobe...
Hot Ink — Blackest Night #8, She-Hulk Sensational One-Shot, RASL #7
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW. DOWNPLAYING TURNING THIRTY - She-Hulk Sensational One-Shot This year marks She-Hulk's thirtieth anniversary, which puts Marvel in a bit of a pickle because they'd like to celebrate it but Jennifer Walters doesn't actually have her own book at the moment...
Hot Ink — Unthinkable, Blackest Night, Rasl
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest -- and best -- books coming out this week. A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE PRINTERS - Unthinkable #3 While attempting to travel last May, Mark Sable had an unexpected run-in with the law. Mark Sable is not the name of the series' hero, however; "Unthinkable" follows a writer named Alan Ripley, whose success as a terrorist conspiracy writer in
Jeff Smith Says “Manga Is Just Not that Good”
At the last stop on his year-long Bone World Tour, Jeff Smith sat down at SPX this afternoon with Heidi MacDonald for an engaging hour-long chat in which he spoke of Bone, Shazam, and his forthcoming Rasl. And yes, he also uttered the pull quote I shamelessly used as the title of this post, but you'll have to read on to get the context for that statement...