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Upcoming Comics for December 2004

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Here's the list of upcoming furry comics for this December from Doodles, with the addenda by Treesong: "As the year comes to a close, we look back upon the past 12 months and ask ourselves "Did I leave the oven on?""

pg 22
DARK HORSE (www.darkhorse.com)
Jingle Belle #2 - $2.99 - order #OCT040017

pg 27
Don Bluth's The Art of Animation Drawing - $14.95 - order #OCT040020
Find out from the master how to draw dozens of popular characters, which
will make it easier when doing that hentai tentacle rape fan fiction.
Doesn't say anything about how to fuck up three different animation studios
in one lifetime.

pg 87
DC COMICS (www.dccomics.com)
Looney Tunes #121 - $2.25 - order #OCT040313
Pepe stinks in space. (Insert NASA joke here.)

Scooby-Doo #91 - $2.25 - order #OCT040314

pg 100
Wild Girl #2 - $2.95 - order #OCT040347
Rosa encounters a German Shepard who befriends her and calls her the "Chosen
One." Uh oh. Heil, er HEEL, boy!

pg 204
ADHOUSE BOOKS (www.adhousebooks.com)
Skyscrapers of the Midwest #1 - $5.00 - order #OCT042296
This series by Joshua W. Cotter captures the rural solitude and sadness of a
land full of anthropomorphic country cats. Steinbeck with fur?

pg 218
AIRWAVE COMICS
Meow-Wow! One-shot - $3.50 - order #OCT042319
The travels of Itsi Kitsi, the Happy Adventure Cat, featuring the work of
writer Chris Yambar and 7-year old artist Layne Toth. (Only 7, so there's
plenty of time to become bitter and jaded about the comics biz.)

pg 220
AMAZE INK/SLAVE LABOR (www.slavelabor.com)
Bear #7 - $2.95 - order #OCT042328
The gang discovers that most evil of all emotions, love. Watch out for pie
fights!

pg 223
ANTARCTIC PRESS (www.antarctic-press.com)
Gold Digger #59 - $2.99 - order #OCT042357

pg 226
Ninja High School #123 - $2.99 - order #OCT042377

pg 244
BIG POND COMICS (www.dandyandcompany.com)
Dandy & Company #2 - $3.95 - order #OCT042487

BLIND WOLF COMICS (www.blindwolfstudios.com)
Lounge Lizard #1 - $2.95 - order #OCT042489
By Art Baltazar. Space enthusiast lizard Karl and his monkey sidekick
Quigley get into numerous strange adventures in the name of science. Watch
out for snakes!

pg 297
GEMSTONE PUBLISHING (www.gemstonepub.com)
Donald Duck & Friends #323 - $2.95 - order #OCT042739

Mickey Mouse & Friends #272 - $2.95 - order #OCT042740

Uncle Scrooge #337 - $6.95 - order #OCT042741

pg 302
Walt Disney's Comics & Stories #652 - $6.95 - order #OCT042742

pg 318
MIRAGE STUDIOS (www.ninjaturtles.com)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #19 - $2.95 - order #OCT042839

pg 324
RADIO COMIX (www.radiocomix.com)
Furrlough #124 - $3.50 - order #OCT042897
Cover by Heather Bruton, with interior stories by Melton & Ruzicka, OsoZeth,
Goodman, Whalen & McGuire.

Genus #69 - $3.50 - order #OCT042898
ADULTS ONLY - Sutton, Howell, & DAQ lead with "Chocolate Most Cordial," and
includes other stories by Hulen and Whalen. Cover by Dr. Comet.

Havoc Inc. Digest Vol 1. - $13.95 - order #OCT042899
This collects the first few issues of Chester & Deck's adventures, and
includes a new story about their early years.

Space Race #3 - $2.99 - order #OCT012900
Carrot has accepted Razor as her trainer for now, but will she remain that
way?

pg 326
SHANDA FANTASY ARTS (www.shandafantasyarts.net)
Katmandu #32 - $4.99 - order #OCT042919
New artist Kari Fry debuts with this issue, with a story about the tribe
meeting with a group of amazon cats that make Hesta look small.

SILENT DEVIL PRODUCTIONS (www.silentdevil.com)
Silent Forest Television Parody Special - $4.95 - order #OCT042921
This issue is self-explanitory, and takes shots and many familiar shows,
including a certain crime scene investigation series that has managed to
piss off a lot of thin-skinned dingbats in the fandom.

pg 343
TOKYOPOP (www.tokyopop.com)
Sgt. Frog #6 - $9.99 - order #OCT042982
The amphibious insanity continues as the Seargeant and company deal with
competing invaders, crazy staff changes, and missing utility belts!

That's it for this month, gang! See you in a month!

And Treesong's addendum:

Once again I find a few to add, Doodles. Also, that's *Lunar Lizard*,
not *Lounge Lizard*, from Blind Wolf Comics. And you left the oven on.

All these are black and white floppies unless otherwise noted.

PAGE 221
AMAZE INK (SLAVE LABOR)
OCT042334E Little Scrowlie #8 24 pg $2.95
by Todd Meister & Jennifer Feinberg
'Lost in the trackless, spider-infested depths of Hell, Elisabeth,
Scrowlie, and company must' blah blah blah. Scrowlie being a cat. The
cat is scrowlie, the art is scribbly.

PAGE 230
ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
OCT042415E Sonic the Hedgehog #144 32 pg, color $2.19
by Penders, Chacon, Butler, Gray, & Amash
'Mobius: 25 Years Later - Moment of Truth': 'The popular
series-within-a-series... and the very future itself... takes center
stage as our heroes valiantly try to repair the ripped rift in time!'
'Love and Loss': 'Sonic and Sally, Antoine and Bunnie Rabbot - their
romantic upheavals have worried fans more than wondering when the next
Dr. Robotnik or Dark Legion attack is coming.' Surely I cannot live
without this comic.

PAGE 254
COMMITTED COMICS (http://www.committedcomics.com/comics/rex.htm)
OCT042560F Platypus Rex #1 (of 2) 48 pg, color $3.95
by Quenton Shaw & Mark Brill
Yes, the hero is indeed a trenchcoated duck-billed platypus, travelling
'to destroy the dangerous Vampire clan that has invaded a small Texas
town.' Horror, humor, and MATURE THEMES.

PAGE 257
DEATH RAY GRAPHICS (http://www.whatisdeepfried.com/comix.html)
OCT042581F Deep Fried 2.1 $2.99
by Jason Yungbluth
One of the two main characters, Roadkill, is a talking cat, so I declare
this furry under the Bloom County clause. Gross, funny stuff;
recommended.

PAGE 304
I LOVE BUNNIES
OCT042769I Fluffy #1 (of 4) 40 pg $15.99
OCT042770I Fluffy #2 (of 4) 40 pg $15.99
by Simone Lia
'Michael Pulicino is a disillusioned architect living in London. He is
unsatisfied with his life and is suffering the consequences of a
one-night stand. This and the burdens of being a parent (to a bunny)
prove to be too much for him. . . . Despite the cute title and central
character, a talking rabbit with a passing resemblance to the Matt
Groening's Life in Hell characters, *Fluffy* deals with despair disaster
and unanswerable questions as well as adventure, happiness and love.'
'In Part 2 of *Fluffy*. . . Fluffy spots a famous tractor driver and
gets eaten by an unhappy German child, kind of....'

PAGE 363
VIZ COMMUNICATIONS
OCT043092E My Neighbor Totoro gn Vol. 3 152 pg softcover, color
$9.99
by Hayao Miyazaki
'Totoro shows Mei and Satsuki a strange and mysterious Cat bus, helps
them with their fledgling garden, and then takes them on a wondrous
forest adventure!'

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