Concluding my read-through of Jeff Smith’s delightful Bone series with the final, extra-big volume, Crown of Horns.
Continuing my read-through of Jeff Smith’s Bone series. This week I’m covering Volume 7, Ghost Circles.
Continuing my read-through of Jeff Smith’s delightful Bone series. This week I’m covering Volume 6, Old Man’s Cave.
Continuing my read-through of Jeff Smith’s delightful Bone series. Today’s entry will cover the fifth volume, Rock Jaw, Master of the Eastern Border.
Continuing my read-through of Jeff Smith’s delightful Bone series.
This week, I am discussing Book Four, The Dragonslayer.
This week, my various read-alongs and view-throughs will have a couple updates.
Part Three of the read-along for Jeff Smith’s Bone will be tomorrow morning.
I’ll have a write-up for the next Discworld book, Sourcery, on Thursday.
And the DCAU walk through with Jimmy will be up again on Friday with the next three episodes of Batman The Animated Series.
So, come by for that stuff. Or don’t. It’s up to you, Gabbing Geek reader.
Here’s part two of my read-along of Jeff Smith’s delightful Bone series.
This installment will cover the second trade, The Great Cow Race.
Jeff Smith’s Bone series has often been described as a cross between the works of J.R.R. Tolkien and Disney Duck comics artist Carl Barks. That is an incredibly accurate description. What starts off as a fairly silly, cartoon-y series about a trio of cousins, “Bones” from Boneville, gradually turns more serious and more mystical as it goes along, keeping the light-hearted characterization, but really going somewhere as the mythology of the series is gradually revealed. What seems mostly comical often had a more serious undercoating, and Smith layers it in very well with his vivid characters and drawings that went from the cartoonishly simple to the detailed landscape.
I announced last week that I would be covering Jeff Smith’s Bone in another read-along. Well, those trades are fairly short and I already have all of them, nice color trades from Scholastic. So, let’s say the first entry will go up Thursday around 9:00 CST. That will give all interested parties time to catch up on the first six or so issues.
See you all then.
So, as some of you may recall, I put up a poll not that long ago asking the readers what I should cover/discuss next for Gabbing Geek since the “Road to Secret Wars” is just about over. Initially, the poll came out with three votes for Jeff Smith’s Bone, and I announced that I would cover that next during my Monday posting for the podcast reaction.
Then something happened.