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  Jeff Smith (cartoonist) Biography and Summary
Cartoonist Jeff Smith, the creator of the award-winning BONE comic book series, often says that he has his ideal job: he is living his childhood dream of being a cartoonist while indulging his own fantasies for adventure through the characters he has cre...
Jeff Smith is an American cartoonist, best known as the creator of the self-published comic book series Bone.
Early Life Smith was born in Columbus, Ohio where he displ...
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  Jeff Smith
When Jeff Smith created Bone as a kindergartner in Columbus, Ohio, little did he know that he'd share the stage with Garry Trudeau at the National Cartoonist Society's awards this spring.
Smith, then a student, drew the attention of national syndicates interested in publishing Bone.
Smith's move to Image Comics raises a number of questions about the state of the comic book industry,especially in terms of self-publishing.
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 AAEC - Editorial Cartoonists
Adam is the staff editorial cartoonist for The Buffalo News, his hometown daily newspaper.
Matt Wuerker is the staff cartoonist for The Politico based in Washington DC (http://www.politico.com).
Sam is a self-taught artist, with over fifteen years experience as an editorial cartoonist.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Jeff Smith (cartoonist)
Jeff Smith (born 1960 in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, USA) is an American cartoonist, best known as the creator of the self-published comic book series Bone.
Smith made his mind up to become a cartoonist at nine years of age after a classmate brought a copy of some of Walt Kelly's Pogo comics to school.
Jeff's quote from the message board: "Shazam: The Monster Society of Evil is about Captain Marvel's early experiences, sort of like a Shazam: Year One kind of thing, so it is separate from their current continuity.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Jeff_Smith_(cartoonist)   (320 words)

Smith was born in 1960 and thus missed the heyday of underground cartooning, which was an opportunity that launched an earlier generation of cartoonists.
Smith has recently turned in a first draft of a screenplay for the Bone film project to be produced by Nickelodeon Entertainment and didn't want to be in the middle of a comic book story arc while having to work on the film.
Smith's other project at the moment is working with Charles (Books of Magic) Vess on another upcoming prequel, Rose,the story of Gran'ma Ben and her adventures as a young princess.
www.stevestiles.com /smith.htm   (745 words)

 Comics2Film: Bone (Archives)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Smith revealed that the movie will contain a revelation that has, so far, eluded comic readers, "We will find out why all the people in the valley are after the guy who wears a star." However, Smith told Thompson that comic readers will learn this long before the movie is released.
Smith seems to look forward to collaborating with the studio, "Nickelodeon is a place where traditional entertainment values are given a fresh, edgy feel.
An AICN spy at the San Diego Comic-con claims to have heard an announcement from Jeff Smith that his acclaimed comic Bone is to be adapted as an animated movie.
www.comics2film.com /BoneArch.shtml   (1396 words)

 Audience Treated to the Bone Creator at Work   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Smith took his audience on a journey to the Far East - a place where his Bone characters will soon visit.
Smith’s fans at the Pittsburgh Comicon panel discussion were drawn into the journey.
While Smith said he created the popular series for an adult audience, he has been surprised at the number of children who have fallen in love with the characters.
www.orcafresh.net /Comicons/pcc/bone.html   (398 words)

 FANBOY PLANET.com .: jsc-bonepart3 :.
Eventually, Smith didn’t have much choice but to do it, and the result of all that pressure is one of the purest examples of graphic narrative and visual comedy committed to the page.
Smith has claimed she’s the hardest member of the cast to draw, and one might be tempted to chalk the evolution of her appearance up to his discomfort with the character, but I’d say there’s too much story motivation to the changes to consider them mistakes.
The work Smith puts into her close-ups (the most extreme close-ups of the entire series, up to this point) is grueling, and you can almost see her growing up as tears flow over cheeks and her face contorts in anguish.
www.fanboyplanet.com /comics/jsc-bonepart3.php   (1098 words)

 Dear Jeff Smith from Dave Sim
That's the really infuriating part of this whole business, Jeff: your assertion in the interview that you presented me with this "challenge," and "everything got very quiet" and then you proceeded to "enjoy your weekend".
You were calling me a coward who backs down from another man's challenge to settle things man-to-man. And then you compounded your insult by portraying me as a weasel who would stay under another man's roof after having backed down from that man's challenge to a fight.
I would expect nothing les of the unfairer sex and their allies and I knew that was the inevitable result of declaring myself to be "not a feminist" in an almost wholly feminist environment.
www.timemachinego.com /linkmachinego/content/sim.html   (1479 words)

 Jeff Smith's Interview Transcript | Scholastic.com
On November 14, 2006, cartoonist Jeff Smith participated in a chat with Scholastic students and teachers.
Smith is the author of the BONE series, republished by Scholastic's Graphix imprint.
Books 1-4 (Out from Boneville, The Great Cow Race, Eyes of the Storm, and The Dragonslayer) have been been re-printed in color and is enjoyed by children and adults of all ages.
content.scholastic.com /browse/article.jsp?id=8068   (2353 words)

 Jeff smith | bone scanner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Smith was born in Columbus, Ohio where he displayed an early interest in cartoons dating back to as early as kindergarten.
Smith made his mind up to become a cartoonist at nine years of.
Jeff Smith is Director of the Salt & Light Ministries based near Richmond, VA. After graduation from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1980, Jeff spent eight years as a.
www.meditips.org /bonescanner/jeff-smith.html   (509 words)

 Scholastic Launches New Graphic Novel Imprint
According to Neil Gaiman, Bone creator "Jeff Smith can pace a joke better than almost anyone in comics; his dialogue is delightful -- so are all his people, not to mention his animals, his villains, and even his bugs." Neil Gaiman, a bestselling novelist, is also well known for graphic novel series, The Sandman.
Jeff Smith has done artwork for all the major comic book publishers while spending most of the last twelve years creating Bone for Cartoon Books, the independent imprint he started with his wife Vijaya Iyer in 1991 in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio.
Smith has won multiple awards for his work here at home as well as in Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Norway, and Italy.
www.writenews.com /2004/071304_scholastic_bone.htm   (508 words)

 TIME.com Print Page: -- No Bones About It   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Smith artfully teases out the tangled relationship between Thorn, the Bones and the Lord of Locusts, eventually ending the book in a long climactic battle where destinies are chosen and lives changed forever.
Smith also puts together clever set pieces, such as the Great Cow Race, where Phoney introduces a "mystery cow" — actually Smiley in a costume — convincing the locals to go for this sucker bet over the favorite: Gran'ma Ben(!).
Smith achieves this principally through his near-prodigal cartooning talents.
www.time.com /time/columnist/printout/0,8816,698456,00.html   (833 words)

Jeff Smith: I took comics to the very first convention I went to.
I stuck up for Smith with the whole ordering debacle and shorting the retailers, I can see how that mistake was made, but now Smith is going back on what he and his company solicited.
But all I can see is that Jeff Smith is getting his book out to a lot of people, and that's good for the industry, too.
newsarama.com /forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=20193   (3455 words)

See the cast of Jeff Smith’s Bone saga come to life in lush, cinematic 3D in the preview for Telltale Incorporated’s upcoming interactive tale.
Telltale, an emerging pioneer in interactive adventures and entertainment, is unveiling this preview trailer at Comic-Con International in San Diego this week, as it prepares for the launch of the full interactive title in September.
Jeff Smith's nine-volume Bone book series has sold over 1 million copies worldwide, with translations in 15 languages.
www.newsarama.com /forums/showthread.php?s=7668e2333ed5ca3c912bbf9071f153ac&threadid=38278   (587 words)

 Dragon*Con Biography: [Jeff Smith]
Although Jeff Smith has only been writing and drawing Bone for five years, the lovable Bone cousins are not new to him.
Jeff's characters were first published in The Ohio State University's paper The Lantern in a comic-strip format.
Jeff founded Cartoon Books in 1991 to publish his bi-monthly comic book.
www.dragoncon.org /people/smithj2.html   (207 words)

 About Creator Jeff Smith
When Jeff Smith created Bone as a kindergartner in Columbus, Ohio, little did he know that he'd share the stage with Garry Trudeau at the National Cartoonist Society's awards this spring.
Smith opted to start an animation company, and later broke away to publish Bone in 1991.
When Jeff was in college at OSU in 1982 he made a comic strip for the student paper called "Thorn" (they ran 9/20/82 to 11/30/84).
members.tripod.com /BoneNET/creator/index.html   (453 words)

 American Cartoonist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
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Maria Schneider (cartoonist) - Maria Schneider is an American humorist, cartoonist and illustrator best known for her work with the satirical online newspaper The Onion.
Jeff Smith (cartoonist) - Jeff Smith is an American cartoonist, best known as the creator of the self-published comic book series Bone.
www.gardnertoons.com /americancartoonist.html   (641 words)

 Jeff Smith - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Jeff Smith, creator of the comic book Bone.
This is a disambiguation page — a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jeff_Smith   (94 words)

 FANBOY PLANET.com .: jsc-bonepart2 :.
Though Smith took time away from the regular book to re-edit and re-draw Bone for the collected volumes, do art for the prequel Stupid, Stupid Rat Tales and script the second prequel, Rose, there can be no doubt that the amount of time wasted on the doomed Bone movie adaptation was largely to blame.
What makes this chapter so brilliant (aside from the introduction to Smith’s gorgeous artwork) is the way characters are meticulously placed into threads that, in some cases, won’t end for another 12 years.
Much has been made of how Smith was basing his story off the style of Lord of the Rings (before it was cool again, no less) and it’s easy to recognize the device of beginning a story with lovable little creatures who find themselves in an adventure greater than their wildest dreams.
www.fanboyplanet.com /comics/jsc-bonepart2.php   (1119 words)

 Ohio Cartoonists: Exhibition
Ohio Cartoonists: A Bicentennial Celebration was an exhibition during the summer and early fall of 2003 which was shown at two venues, the Philip Sills Exhibit Hall, William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library and the Reading Room Gallery of the Cartoon Research Library.
With the growth of magazines with national circulation in the late nineteenth century, Ohio cartoonists such as Frederick Burr Opper, W. Rogers, and James A. Wales migrated to New York City to work on them, and the Ohio sensibilities they reflected in their work were widely popular.
Unfortunately Edwina Dumm, the first American woman to work as a fulltime editorial cartoonist when she drew for the Columbus Monitor in 1915-1916, is omitted from his list.
library.osu.edu /sites/exhibits/cartoonists/introduction.html   (470 words)

 Pulse | Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Back in 1990, Smith through his own publishing house Funny Books, released the first issue of "Bone." The series immediately found its audience, most likely because of Smith's uncanny ability to create lovable characters and enchanting storylines.
When Smith is at his best, "Bone" is an amalgam of the classic comic strip "Pogo," Tolkien's "Hobbit," and even the "Harry Potter" series.
Although it does not appear that Jeff Smith has any intention of bringing back Fone Bone and his pals, he has kept himself busy with several comic book projects.
www.injersey.com /pulse/story/0,21493,1255819,00.html   (606 words)

 Complex City : Better Comics (c) 2002 : Complex City
Jeff Smith, he who resides in Ohio, and has carved out a respectable and
Jeff — Our Jeff, Just Jeff — tossed his hat in the ring early on.
Jeff, aka “Just Jeff,” was also was a frequent contributor to other horror
www.bettercomics.com /cc/preview/bisspage.htm   (1827 words)

 Joshua Ross Biography
He drew everyday, but had little focus and desire except he liked cartoons and at that time wanted to be a cartoonist.
The means for creating a real cartoon at such a young age was nigh impossible, so it wasn't until a fated day a couple years later that Joshua's life would make a change for the better.
Inspired and influenced by the works of creators like Dave Sim, David Mack, Geoff Marrow, Mike Mignola, Jeff Smith, Jhonen Vasquez, and Roman Dirge among countless others, Josh desires to mold his talents into a force destined to one day to rule the world with a fist of artistic domination.
www.pmkane.com /ross/bio.html   (529 words)

 WonderCon 2005 :: Special Guests   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
One of the true independent writers and artists working in comics today, Jeff Smith created, wrote, and drew Bone for 55 issues; a color version of the series will be published by Scholastic in early 2005.
Smith has won numerous awards for his work and is currently developing a new Shazam (Captain Marvel) miniseries for DC.
Kevin Smith takes a break from his busy schedule shooting the Clerks sequel (and running his new comics store in Los Angeles) to take the WonderCon stage and give attendees the lowdown on what's next in the View Askew Universe.
www.comic-con.org /wc2005/wc_guests.shtml   (1031 words)

 CBLDF- Conventions: Monkey Shines: APE 2002
Held at Fort Mason on the San Francisco Bay, APE hosted over 200 of comics' finest alternative and literary cartoonists beneath the first sunny skies in the event's history.
The CBLDF was represented at the show by new Executive Director Charles Brownstein, former Fund staffer Jeff Macey, and CBLDF road warrior Kyle Cunningham.
Jeff Smith was in attendance to celebrate the close of his Bone Fragments exhibit, which included several original pages and concept drawings from the award winning series.
www.cbldf.org /cons/archives/000001.shtml   (522 words)

 Things To Come: Previews June for comics shipping August 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Dorkin's one of the funniest cartoonists in comics, and I think this is going to prove that no matter what the subject matter, he's always able to triumph.
From the slapstick comedy of the early issues to the gradual darkening and epic quest of the latter instalments, BONE is a real masterpiece, one that I think has shown Smith to be one of comics's greater talents.
Smith isn't planning on keeping this in print (I think it's because he'd like to be able to buy food), so don't pass up this deal of a lifetime.
www.ninthart.com /display.php?article=855   (3576 words)

 Bone Movie Press Release   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Smith's work is currently published in 13 languages, and has been awarded the highest honors an American can garner in Germany, France and Italy.
In 1996, 'Bone' was honored with the National Cartoonists Society Award for Best Comic, as well as France's Angouleme Alph-Art Award for Best Foreign Book, Sweden's Adamson Award and the comic book industry's own Harvey Award for best cartoonist.
The first 'Bone' collection has been back to press numerous times with 90,000 copies sold in English alone and is now the home for one of the most popular cartoons in the world.
members.tripod.com /BoneNET/movie/press.html   (448 words)

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