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Bone Complete Set, Volumes 1-9 by Jeff Smith
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Bone Complete Set, Volumes 1-9 (2004)

by Jeff Smith

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    RASL by Jeff Smith (Birdo82)
    Birdo82: Take the stunning artistic and storytelling prowess of Bone and apply it to a gritty, dimension-hopping crime drama with a touch of noir and high-concept, grown up appeal; BOOM, you have RASL!
  2. 21
    The Hobbit: Graphic Novel by J. R. R. Tolkien (sibyllacumaea)
  3. 10
    Digger, Vol 4 by Ursula Vernon (Anonymous user)
  4. 10
    Digger, Vol. 1 by Ursula Vernon (Anonymous user)
  5. 11
    Castle Waiting by Linda Medley (FFortuna)
  6. 11
    Moby Dick by Herman Melville (aethercowboy)
    aethercowboy: The main character of Bone, Fone Bone, considers Moby Dick to be the greatest literary work of all time. He is often found reading it.
  7. 11
    The Brothers Lionheart by Astrid Lindgren (Percevan)
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    Broxo by Zack Giallongo (rarm)
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    The New Brighton Archeological Society by Mark Andrew Smith (FFortuna)
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  nerdythor | May 30, 2017 |
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  Superenigmatix | Jan 16, 2016 |
Il volume raccoglie tutta la storia dei cugini Bone che, scacciati da Boneville, si trovano in una valle inesplorata e in un'avventura per riportare la pace.
E' decisamente bello per vari motivi, tra cui i personaggi, i Bone con i loro caratteri estremi (quello buono, quello avido e quello che vuole divertirsi), gli abitanti del villaggio più o meno saggi, gli animaletti della foresta, le stupide creature ratto (e il loro amore per le quiches) e il drago.
Contiene elementi di assoluto divertimento e altri più drammatici, tutti rappresentati con un tratto netto che fa risaltare i cugini Bone in questo mondo in cui sono ospiti.
Ho apprezzato la storia, i disegni, le parti comiche e quelle serie, decisamente consigliato.

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The book contains the whole story of the Bone cousins expelled from Boneville, who discover a valley and begin an adventure to bring again peace.
I liked the graphic novel for different reason, among which the characters; the Bone with defined nature (the good, the greedy and the smiley one), the village inhabitants, the forest animals, the stupid rat creatures (and their love for quiches) and the dragon.
The novel contain moments of absolute fun and more dramatic ones; the drawing is always precise and helps in bringing out the Bone in this new world in which they are guests.
I liked a lot the story, the drawings, the comical and the dramatic moments; a must read. ( )
  Saretta.L | Mar 31, 2013 |
An absolutely amazing book. It doesn't matter if you are not into graphic novels, this story will absolutely fill you with delight. I initially thought that the story may be a bit cutsie pie / wishy washy, judging by the cover and the first chapter, but as they say, don't judge a book... The story turned out to be a full bodied adventure full of interesting characters. The comic nature of the cuter characters is well balanced with the more serious, realistic nature of other characters. I give it seven thumbs and two pinkies up. ( )
2 vote clstaff | Jan 18, 2011 |
In my effort to read more graphic novels/comics I couldn’t pass by a cute character like Bone by Jeff Smith. The complete edition is a hefty epic of 1300+ pages, but so worth it.
We follow the three Bone cousins (who are bones from Boneville) as they are run out of town and discover a new valley where they meet Thorn and her grandma. They are involved with a war that in the end will determine the fate of the earth.
The drawings are great, and so is the storyline and the whole mythology behind it all. I love Fone Bone, and the Red Dragon. And of course the gorgeous Roque Jah. ( )
1 vote divinenanny | Dec 11, 2010 |
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Contains

Bone Volume 1: Out from Boneville by Jeff Smith

Bone #1 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #2 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #4 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #5 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone Volume 2: The Great Cow Race by Jeff Smith

Bone #8 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #9 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #10 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #11 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone Volume 3: Eyes of the Storm by Jeff Smith

Bone #12 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #13 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #13½ by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #14 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #15 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #16 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #17 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #18 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #19 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone Volume 4: The Dragonslayer by Jeff Smith

Bone #20 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #21 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #22 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #23 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #24 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #25 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #26 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #27 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone Volume 5: Rock Jaw Master of the Eastern Border by Jeff Smith

Bone #28 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #29 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #30 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #31 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #32 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone Volume 6: Old Man's Cave by Jeff Smith

Bone #33 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #34 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #35 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #36 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #37 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone Volume 7: Ghost Circles by Jeff Smith

Bone #38 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #39 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #40 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #41 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #42 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #43 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone Volume 8: Treasure Hunters by Jeff Smith

Bone #44 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #45 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #46 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #47 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #48 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #49 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone Volume 9: Crown of Horns by Jeff Smith

Bone #50 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #51 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #52 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #53 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #54 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

Bone #55 by Jeff Smith (indirect)

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"This book is for Vijaya".
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Bone "Still no sign of the townspeople".
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Fun fantasy quest;

adorable characters

in complex story.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 188896314X, Paperback)

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.

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Three modern cartoon cousins get lost in a pre-technological valley, spending a year there making new friends and out-running dangerous enemies, in a compilation of the creator's Bone series all in one binding.

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