An American graphic novel first! The complete 1300-page epic adventure from start to finish in one deluxe trade paperback. Three modern cartoon cousins get lost in a pre-technological valley, speanding a year there making new friends and out-running dangerous enemies. Their many adventures... show more
An American graphic novel first! The complete 1300-page epic adventure from start to finish in one deluxe trade paperback. Three modern cartoon cousins get lost in a pre-technological valley, speanding a year there making new friends and out-running dangerous enemies. Their many adventures include crossing the local people in The Great Cow Race, and meeting a giant mountain lion called RockJaw: Master of the Eastern Border. They learn about sacrifice and hardship in The Ghost Circles and finally discover their own true natures in the climatic journey to The Crown of Horns.
Publish date: November 1st 2010
Publisher: Cartoon Books
Pages no: 1341
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
Series: Bone -9 (#1)
The three Bone cousins Fone Bone (renamed Hero Bone in my head), Smiley Bone (Comic Relief Bone) and Phoney Bone (Greedy, or frequently Insufferable, Bone) have been driven out of their home town of Boneville because Phoney Bone had some sort of get rich quick scheme and scammed the entire town, and...
Jeff Smith started the Bone series back in 1994 when I was but a meager ten year old. I can vividly remember going to the grocery store with my Mother and begging her to buy me the latest issue of Disney Adventures. Due to my insistent whining, my Mom finally caved and bought it for me. When I go...
I read this series many years ago and was prompted to revisit them recently when an 8-year-old friend (who is reading well above his grade level) expressed an interest. I had read them in college and loved them, but I didn't remember much about the content. I wanted to make sure they weren't inapp...
Just put this on reserve at the B&N!! Over a thousand pages of art! I'm giddy just thinking about it!
Once upon a time, the Marx brothers went to a magical kingdom and met a old woman who races cows and stupid, stupid rat creatures who have idenity problems involing the eating of quiche.It's funny how we change and yet, somehow, stay the same. I've read comics (or graphic novels) at three points in...