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(2000) Wrote a rejected draft of the doomed "Superman Lives".

(1997) Wrote a story called "Walt Flanagan's Dog" about his characters Jay & Silent Bob for Oni Double Feature #1.

(1997) TV commercials: Directed two Diet Coke commercials.

Starred in an MTV Special for Jay & Silent Bob's Video Stash.

Comics: Comics based on his Clerks. (1994) -- "Clerks (The Comic Book)" and "Jay & Silent Bob" were released.

Foreword: Wrote the foreword to the "Preacher" collection "Until the end of the world".

Multiple commercials for MTV in character as Silent Bob.

Wrote issues #1-#8 of "Daredevil" for Marvel Comics imprint "Marvel Knights"

2001: Writing the Green Arrow comic book series for DC comics.

Music video: Directed Soul Asylum's "Can't Even Tell" video (from the movie Clerks. (1994)), 1994.

Music video: Directed and starred in The Goops' "Build Me Up, Buttercup" video (from the movie Mallrats (1995)), 1995.

Music video: Directed video for Afroman: "Because I Got High", 2001.

2002: Wrote story for Marvel Comics four issue mini-series, "Spider-Man and Black Cat: The Evil that Men Do"

Unproduced script for a big-screen version of "The Six Million Dollar Man" (1974).

TV commercials: Directed two Panasonic e-Wear commercials

TV commercials: Directed 2 commercials for Hasbro, 2002.

Graphic novel: "Chasing Dogma."

2001: Portrayed Silent Bob in a segment of Comedy Central's "Reel Comedy" series, dedicated to Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001).

Music video: Music video for Stroke 9: "Kick Some Ass", 2001.

Spokesman in commercial for Panasonic DVD Recorder.

Provided director's commentary on the DVD for Clerks. (1994).

Provided director's commentary on the Criterion DVD for Chasing Amy (1997).

Provided commentary on the DVD set for Clerks: Uncensored

Provided director's commentary on the DVD for Mallrats (1995).

Provided director's commentary on the DVD for Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001).

Provided director's commentary on the DVD for Dogma (1999).

Provided director's commentary on the DVD for Jersey Girl (2004).

Provided executive producer's commentary on the DVD for Drawing Flies (1996).

Provided director's audio commentary on the DVD for Clerks. (1994).

Wrote a critical essay for the Chasing Amy (1997) Criterion Collection DVD.

1997: He was the first and only guest on Michael Moore's Fox pilot "The Michael Moore Show" .

Unsold pilot: Wrote and produced with Jason Lee a pilot for a sitcom, to star Lee, called "Hiatus". The premise had Lee's character coming back home to open up a comic book store after living in California for a few years, trying to make it as a struggling actor. Unknown to his family and friends, he was actually a porno star for a while, when he didn't land any "legitimate" work.

Directed promo for voting: "Declair Yourself" for Comedy Central. Starring Ben Affleck as himself and Donna Pieroni as "Utta".

TV commercial: Directed Diet Pepsi TV commercial featuring [error], 1997.

Book, "Shootin' The Sh*t With Kevin Smith: The Best of SModcast," New York City, NY, Published by Titan Books, ISBN9781845764159.

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