The entire first season of Jeff Smith’s new web comic, TUKI Save the Humans is online and readable for free at boneville.com. The website is relaunching after a slightly disappointing start last Fall. The new web page features friendlier interface, better comics reading experience, and a comments section.
“When TUKI began, we redesigned the site for the occasion. Unfortunately, our roll out made Healthcare.gov look good,” said Smith, “Still, like Rasl, our motto is: It’s never too late to fix it! We listened to our readers and came up with what we hope is a better experience for reading BONE, RASL, and TUKI.”
The new season of TUKI Save the Humans (or TUKI for short) will begin May 16th, with updates every Monday and Friday.
For comic book fans, collectors, luddites, and fans of Smith’s black and white art, the first issue of TUKI, a black and white, 32 page comic book will hit comic book store shelves in July.
TUKI has been nominated for a National Cartoonist Society division award. http://www.reuben.org/
About TUKI: 2,000,000 years ago, a great ice age gripped the earth, trapping all moisture in the polar icecaps, causing drought and upheaval in the rest of the world. Vast tropical jungles gave way to dusty grasslands, and all living creatures struggled to survive, including the many species of hominids. To avoid extinction, something had to be done.
TUKI Save the Humans is the story of the first human to leave Africa.