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Upcoming furry comics for December 2010 (Previews only)

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The best news this month is that Carla Speed McNeil has moved to Dark Horse so she can spend more time creating and less publishing, and if you are not rejoicing you don't know what you're missing.

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DARK HORSE COMICS (http://www.darkhorse.com)
OCT100041 Finder: Voice sc, 208pg, b&w, 6"x9": $19.99
by Carla Speed McNeil
Marginally furry; an earlier story arc revolves around a tribe of lionmorphs working at a warped version of Disneyworld, and other morphs are in other stories less prominently. However and regardless, this is the best SF comic ever (what CSM calls 'anthropology of the future') and you should read this and then buy the two-volume collection of all the backstory, originally in six self-published trade paperbacks, as soon as it comes out. Highestly recommended. Or highliest if you prefer.

OCT100042 Usagi Yojimbo #134 24pg, b&w $3.50
by Stan Sakai (not Usagi Yojimbo, as I wrote last month)
'The rabbit ronin Usagi gets caught in the middle of the latest scam from the master thief Kitsune in a tale of double--and triple--crosses!'

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DC COMICS (http://www.dccomics.com/)
OCT100290 Looney Tunes #193 32pg, color $2.99
by Bill Matheny and Dave Alvarez, that's all
Wabbit season! No, Daffy's selling him out to Beaky Buzzard this time.

OCT100291 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #4 32pg, color $2.99
written by Scott Gross, art by Scott Gross, cover by Scott Gross
Scooby and Shaggy in a haunted bakery.

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IMAGE COMICS (http://www.imagecomics.com/)
OCT100446 Mice Templar vol. 3 #1 32pg, color $3.99
OCT100447 same
by Bryan J. L. Glass & Michael Avon Oeming x2 & Victor Santos
Covers by Oeming and Santos/Gandini, respectively. Karic is comatose, Cassius risks all, rats retaliate, Maeven archers stand against assassins, pant pant. 'A perfect starting point for new readers!' And trade paperbacks of volumes 1, 2.1, and 2.2 are resolicited.

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ANTARCTIC PRESS (http://www.antarctic-press.com/)
OCT100743 Gold Digger #124 32pg, color $2.99
by Fred Perry
O'Mommah, the queen of the Pirate-Ninja Leprechauns, joins two others trying to escape SuperDungeon. Beware the lint traps!

OCT100743 Gold Digger: Books of Magic #4 32pg, b&w $3.99
by Fred Perry
GD RPG magic.

OCT100743 Gold Digger Gold Brick V--Dust Jacket Edition sc, 640p, color $49.95
by Fred Perry
The collection of color issues #51-75, now with a dust jacket

OCT100743 Gold Digger X-mas Special #4 32pg, b&w $3.50
by Fred Perry & various other AP artists
Wassail!

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APE ENTERTAINMENT (http://apecmx.com/)
OCT100755 The Penguins of Madagascar vol. 1 sc, 50pg[!], color $6.95
by David Server & Jackson Lanzing and Antonio Campo
Collects the miniseries.

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ARCHAIA ENTERTAINMENT LLC (http://www.archaia.com)
OCT100770 Fraggle Rock #2.2 (of 3) 22pg, color $3.95
by nine people, counting covers
Further fraggles. The vol. 1 collection is offered again.

OCT100770 Mouse Guard: the Roleplaying Game boxed set 9”x9", 336pg, color $66.95
by Luke Crane and David Petersen
'Includes the original rules book, a 32-page supplement with all-new adventure scenarios and a host of game aids, including a GM deck of 12 Action Cards, two Player Decks of 12 Action Cards, Condition Cards, Characters Sheets, GM sheets, a GM screen, Mouse Dice and a Map of the Mouse Territories!' Oo, mouse dice.

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ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS (http://www.archiecomics.com/)
OCT100784 Sonic the Hedgehog #220 32pg, color $2.99
by Ian Flynn and Jamal Peppers & Terry Austin
Sonic lost in a void; the fate of Lien-Da.

OCT100785 Sonic Universe #23 32pg, color $2.99
by Ian Flynn, the man for whom four artists are not enough, and Tracy Yardley & Jim Amash
Now there's a fourth team racing.

OCT100786 Sonic the Hedgehog Archives vol. 14 sc, 5"x7", 112pg, color $7.95
by various
Collects Sonic the Hedgehog #51-54.

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BLISS ON TAP
OCT100833 God the Dyslexic Dog vol. 3 sc, 10.5"x6.5", 122pg, color $19.905
by Philip Phillipson & Brian Phillipson and Alex Nino
'For the love of doG! A young dyslexic boy and his dog (who just happens to be God) do battle against Darwin, evolution and mankind's old, discarded gods, one last time. The end of the world has never been more fun or twisted. Six years in the making, this cult-classic concludes with Alex Nino delivering some of his finest work in decades.' I wonder if they take on Anubis and Xolotl?

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BOOM! STUDIOS (http://www.boom-studios.net/)
OCT100901 The Muppet Show #13 32pg, color $2.99
by Roger Langridge
'A singing gorilla captures the unlikely heart of Animal, a romance that sends shockwaves throughout the Muppet Theater.' And other Valentine's Day stuff.

Plus, for those interested: Cars: The Adventures of Tow Mater #6, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers #1 (all-new series), Darkwing Duck #7, Darkwing Duck #1 NYCC Times Square Variant, Darkwing Duck Classics vol. 1 tp (160-page collection from the first series), Disney's Hero Squad vol. 3: the Ultimate Threat sc, Donald Duck and Friends #361, Donald Duck and Friends: Double Duck vol. 3 sc, Finding Nemo: Losing Dory tp, Mickey Mouse & Friends #303, Mickey Mouse & Friends #300 NYCC Variant Edition, The Muppet Show #10 NYCC "Get a Sketch" Variant, Toy Story: Tales from the Toy Chest #8, Toy Story #6 NYCC "Get a Sketch" Variant, Uncle Scrooge #398, Uncle Scrooge: Like a Hurricane tp (DuckTales stuff, new to the US), Walt Disney's Comics & Stories #714, and Wizards of Mickey vol. 3: Battle for the Crown sc.

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FULCRUM PUBLISHING (http://www.fulcrum-books.com/)
OCT101030 Trickster: Native American Tales, a Graphic Anthology sc, 8"x8", 232pg, color $22.95
edited by Matt Dembicki
'All cultures have tales of the trickster--a crafty creature or being who uses cunning to get food, steal precious possessions, or simply cause mischief. In Native American traditions, the trickster takes many forms, from coyote or rabbit to raccoon or raven. The first graphic anthology of Native American trickster tales, Trickster brings together Native American folklore and the world of comics. More than twenty tales are cleverly adapted into comic form, each written by a different Native American storyteller who worked closely with a selected illustrator.'

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TOKYOPOP (http://www.tokyopop.com)
OCT101142 Neko Ramen vol. 3 (of 4) sc, 5"x7", 192pg, b&w $10.99
by Kenji Sonishi
Rating: T (Teen Age 13+) for: Aggression
'The antics and unappetizing ramen and curry cuisine continue in this volume of Neko Ramen! Discover new recipes like the ramen hamburger and hilarious marketing schemes including a dress-up gig as a panda bear (because pandas are "trendy"). And find out the dreadfully comedic and tearfully sentimental events that took place before Taisho [the cat protagonist] said good-bye to his food cart days. And what will dog-hating Taisho do when Mariko drops off a cute puppy at the shop?!'

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