This is one comic which should definitely be on the same cannon as Carl Bark's Duck stories or Goscinny & Uderzo's Astérix as far as all-ages classics of the comics medium are concerned ... and I was lucky enough to have followed it as it was being originally published. There are many comics with an epic feeling, but very few manage to be actual epics; Bone belongs to those happy few. It marvels with its scope, yet, like the best popular works in storytelling media, it is filled with a human touch and sense of humour that prevents it from falling into pretentiousness. Plus, Jeff Smith's brilliant draftsmanship doesn't get a day older as time moves on. One of the major contenders for best north-american comic book of the last quarter-century!