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Upcoming Furry comics for November 2012 (Previews and Marvel Previews)

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Over a decade ago, a furry called Doodles started listing comics that might be of interest to furries that appeared in Diamond Previews. Last year, Doodles’ heir, Treesong, submitted his last list. Well, after over a year hiatus, I got my hands on a Previews, complete with a Marvel Previews, so here we go again. Better late than never.

Alternative Comics

Magic Whistle #12
Writing and art by Sam Henderson
36 pages, black and white, $3.99 US, mature themes
“Sam Henderson’s one man funnybook returns to the comic book size for the all-new twelfth issue. Featuring Dirty Danny, Lonely Robot Duckling, Monroe Simmons and a cast of asses. Stories: ‘This Was Woodstock,’ ‘More of the Same’ and miscellaneous gags. Back cover by Dyna Moe.”

Magic Whistle Vol. 9: Bigger, Larger and Bigger!
Trade Paperback
Writing and art by Sam Henderson
96 pages, partial color, $11.95 US, mature themes
“Sam Henderson comes out of seclusion with the new “annual” format for his long-running series! He’s added a few sketchbook pages and some longer pieces, such as a full-color 24 page story. If you’ve never read this title before, find out why it’s beloved by intellectual lowlifes and lowlife intellectuals alike.”

Andrews McMeel

The Complete Calvin & Hobbes Slipcase Edition
Writing and art by Bill Watterson
1465 pages, partial color, $100 US
“They’re back! This eagerly awaited four-volume slipcased paperback edition of the original ground-breaking collection features the adventures of Calvin and his pet tiger, Hobbes.”

Antarctic Press

Gold Digger #145
Writing and art by Fred Perry
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“Were-rats Gothwrain and Sherisha, former overlords of the criminal underworld, are free from Dreadwing’s grasp thanks to the curse they placed upon Sheila and Gar. The only ones who can possibly rescue the were-jaguars’ captive souls are Julia and Dr. Diggers. They just have to defeat the evil duo who so utterly outfought them during their last battle!”

Gold Digger Xmas Special #6
Writing and art by Fred Perry
32 pages, black and white, $3.50 US
“Join your GD cast favorites as they celebrate the spirit of giving (or receiving, in Peebri’s case) and the spirit of adventure at the same time. May your holidays be filled with silver and Gold Digger!”

Ape Entertainment

DreamWorks Adventure Magazine #2
Written by Troy Dye, Tom Kelesides, art by Dario Brizuela
48 pages, full color, $4.99 US
“48 pages of comics, puzzles and posters stuffed into a standard size magazine! This issue features a ‘Puss in Boots’ cover and comic story, ‘The Sword Master of Rancho Castillo.’ And it’s backed up with the ‘Kung Fu Panda’ story ‘The Dragon Chef’! There is even a double-sided pull-out poster in the center spread! One side features ‘Madagascar 3’s’ Marty and the other side featues a ‘Puss in Boots’ ‘Wanted Poster’.”

Kung Fu Panda: Tales of the Dragon Warrior #3
Written by Troy Dye, art by Massimo Asaro and Christine Larsen
24 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“It is time for the Gathering of Masters, a conference that sees the best of the best gather and exchange techniques and wisdom. When Master Shifu decidesto send Po as his representative, will Po properly represent the dignity of the Jade Palace… or will he geek out over the esteemed assemblage of martial arts idols?”

Archaia Entertainment LLC

Cow Boy: A Boy and His Horse
Hardcover
Written by Nathan Cosby, art by Chris Eliopoulos
96 pages, full color, $19.95 US
“Nate Cosby and Chris Eliopoulos present ‘Cow Boy’, the story of a young bounty hunter determined to send his entire outlaw family to jail. He travels the Old West on a horse that ain’t his, and won’t stop ‘til every one’a his kin’s in the clink. Also in this volume: Short stories by the likes of Roger Langridge (‘The Muppet Show’), Brian Clevinger & Scott Wegener (‘Atomic Robo’), and Mike Maihack (‘Cleopatra in Space’) & Colleen Coover (‘Jim Henson’s The Storyteller’).”
crossie’s note: I’m guessing there’s about a 50% chance the titular horse is anthropomorphic, so I’m including it.

Fraggle Rock Vol. 1 and Vol. 2
Hardcover
Written by Heather White, art by Jeff Stokely
Both 136 pages, full color, $19.95 US
“If you missed it the first time, check out this collection of the spectacular first three issues of Archaia and the Jim Henson Company’s ‘Fraggle Rock’ comic series, featuring work by a talented mix of newcomers and indie superstars! Includes all the activity pages contained in the single issues and, as a bonus, ‘Fraggle Rock’ content from the Free Comic Book Day issue is included as well!”

Mouse Guard: Winter 1152
Hardcover
Writing and art by David Petersen
192 pages, full color, $24.95 US
“In the Winter of 1152, the Guard face a food and supply shortage threatening the lives of many through a cold and icy season. Saxon, Kenzie, Lieam and Sadie, led by Celanawe, traverse the snow-blanketed territories acting as diplomats to improve relations between the mouse cities and the Guard. This is a winter that not every Guard may survive! Collects the second Eisner-Award winning series with an all-new epilogue and bonus content.”

Archie Comics

Sonic the Hedgehog #243
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Terry Austin, cover by Tracey Yardley and Matt Herms
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US
“’Endangered Species’ Part 1. Sonic and Team Fighters have arrived at Albion, ancestral homeland of the echidnas. And it’s under siege! It’s up to our heroes to stop Lien-Da’s forces from conquering the war-torn city. But that will be hard when Metal Knuckles arrives!”

Sonic Universe #46
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Jim Amash, cover by Stephen Downer
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US
“’All for One’ Part 2. Months ago, Mighty and Ray went on a quest to find Mighty’s sister. Now the Chaotix have grown worried for their missing friends, so they’re off to investigate! Will they pick up the trail in Mercia? Or will the Dark Egg Legion close our heroes’ investigation early?”

Sonic the Hedgehog Legacy Volume 2
Trade Paperback
Cover by Ben Bates
512 pages, black and white, $14.95 US
“The hit ‘Sonic Legacy Series’ is back for a titanic second volume! Continue your library of the True Blue’s earliest adventures with this gigantic collection of thrilling adventures and hilarious antics as only Sonic and the Freedom Fighters could provide! ‘Sonic: Legacy Volume II’ collects ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ #17-36 and is loaed with extra material, special features and topped-off with a brand new cover from superstar artist Ben Bates!”

Avatar Press

Ferals #10
Written by David Lapham, art by Gabriel Andrade
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“Dale Chesnutt is playing a dangerous game. Hiding in plain sight in the Feral community he discovers an ancient Viking that is preparing for war. With a pack of smart and vicious Feral Wolves trying to tear him to pieces, the storm is nearly ready to turn into a hurricane. And while Chesnutt tries to deal with the animal changes within him and his growing ferocity… the FBI begins to enact plan B for resolving the Feral threat once and for all.”

Bongo Comics

SpongeBob Comics #14
Written by Chuck Dixon, art by Gregg Schigiel, cover by Peter Bennett
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US
“If Mr. Krabs’ archenemy, the microscopic fiend Plankton, can’t steal the Krabby Patty formula, then he has no choice but to conquer this entire issue of ‘SpongeBob Comics’! In ‘Dream a Krabby Dream’ the little green villain goes all ‘Inception’ on the dreams of SpongeBob. Then a customer partakes of Plankton’s Chumbalaya special – and loves it! Learn how this violation of the laws of nature came to be in ‘For the Love of Chum’. Plus: Plankton’s existential soul quest, strips by James Kochalka, a painted phytoplankton poster by SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg and more!”

Boom! Studios

Adventure Time #10
Written by Ryan North, Shane Houghton and Chris Houghton, art by Shelli Paroline, Braden Lamb, Shane Houghton and Chris Houghton
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“There’s no better time to jump into the all-ages sensation! Join Jake the Dog and Finn the Human as they have sensational adventures in the magical land of Ooo! If you haven’t checked out the comic book adaptation of the hit Cartoon Network show, now’s the time!”

Adventure Time: Marceline and the Scream Queens #5 (of 6)
Writing and art by Meredith Gran and Polly Guo
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“Don’t miss this hit ‘Adventure Time’ mini-series! The Scream Queens are about to hit the biggest gig of their lives … and Marceline can’t take the heat! Can PB help the band find their center?”

Garfield #7
Written by Mark Evanier, art by Gary Barker, Dan Davis and Mike Decarlo
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“A holiday where you eat and watch TV – that’s Garfield’s favorite kind of day! That’s right, this month, in addition to a hilarious tale by the Garfield Dream Team of Evanier, Barker and Davis – we also have a special Thanksgiving story! What’s for dinner? Find out in the pages of ‘Garfield’!”

Peanuts Vol. 2 #4 (of 4)
Writing and art by Charles M. Schulz and Vicki Scott
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“Election year fever spares no one… not even the Peanuts gang! It’s class election time as Charlie Brown and Frieda go head-to-head for the coveted Student Body President title. We can’t reveal the winner here, but you can be sure it’ll tickle your funny bone as ‘Peanuts’ closes out volume 2!”

Planet of the Apes: Cataclysm #3
Written by Corinna Bechko and Gabrial Hardman, art by Damian Couceiro
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“Running out of options, Cornelius, Prisca and the others try to find shelter before the fragments of the moon set off an even greater calamity: the destruction of the only thing keeping Ape City from the devastating waters …”

Adventure Time Vol. 1
Trade Paperback
128 pages, full color, $14.99 US
“It’s ‘Adventure Time’! Join Finn the Human, Jake the Dog and Princess Bubblegum for all-new adventures through the Land of Ooo. The top-rated Cartoon Network show now has its own comic book! Don’t miss the first collected volume of this critically acclaimed ‘all-ages classic’ that has fans and critics alike call it ‘the best new comic of 2012’!”

Garfield Vol. 1
Trade Paperback
112 pages, full color, $13.99 US
“An extra-large collection of the fat cat’s return to comics! Garfield and the gang have returned to comics in a big way, and this delicious package brings the fun home to you and your family. Written by ‘Garfield & Friends’ TV show scribe Mark Evanier, and drawn by the amazing team of Gary Barker, Dan Davis and Mike DeCarlo, you’ll enjoy this as much as Garf loves lasagna!”

DC

Animal Man #14
Written by Jeff Lemire, art by Steve Pugh, Timothy Green II and Joseph Silver, cover by Steve Pugh
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, rated T, on sale Nov. 7
“’Rotworld: The Red Kingdom’ part two! How did The Rot infect the DC Universe? Guest star John Constantine is here to tell you the hideous truth! The Red Kingdom faces an all-out attack by the army of the Rot, led by Felix Faust!”

Fables #123
Written by Bill Willingham, art by Gene Ha and Shawn McManus, cover by Joao Ruas
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, mature readers, on sale Nov. 21
“Is this story set in future times or our distant past? One of Bigby and Snow’s cubs recounts a misadventure between a certain Wolf Lord, a swindled sorcerer and a beautiful, green-skinned lady named Lake. Plus: Bufkin and Lily’s adventures continue!”

Fairest #9
Written by Lauren Beukes, art by Inaki Miranda, cover by Adam Hughes
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, mature readers, on sale Nov. 7
“We look back to Rapunzel’s first fateful steps as she’s shipwrecked on the shores of the Hidden Kingdom. She’s charmed by the Celestial Court, but there is political intrigue afoot and a forbidden love affair when Rapunzel falls in love with Tomoko, a kitsune fox spirit. Meanwhile Joel Crow and Jack of Fables get more than they bargained for in a seedy pachinko parlor and karaoke club. And when Rapunzel is reunited with her former lover, she’s shocked at the monster Tomoko has become.”

The Flash #14
Written by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato, art and cover by Franics Manapul
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, rated T, on sale Nov. 28
“’Gorilla Warfare’ rages on! Gorilla Grodds’s more powerful than ever, and the Flash is completely outmatched! Who will give their life defending Central City against the ape invasion?”

Green Arrow #14
Written by Ann Nocenti, art by Freddie E. Williams II and Rob Hunter, cover by Aaron Lopresti
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, rated T, on sale Nov. 7
“A ‘Hawkman: Wanted’ tie-in issue! Green Arrow doesn’t take kindly to winged threats on his turf and literally jumps into the fight against a team of Thanagarian cops as they chase Hawkman through the skies over Seattle. When the Warhawks capture Emma, Hawkman and Green Arrow team up to kick them out of Seattle for good!”
crossie’s note: The Savage Hawkman #14’s blurb says this is the continuation of its storyline. Then why does it come out three weeks earlier? I’m so confused …

The Savage Hawkman #14
Plotted by Rob Liefeld, scripted by Rob Liefeld and Mark Poulton, art and cover by Joe Bennett and Art Thibert
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, rated T, on sale Nov. 28
“The ‘Hawkman: Wanted’ epic explodes in this issue! Continues in this month’s Green Arrow #14 as Hawkman and Green Arrow meet for the first time in The New 52! Ladyhawke, princess of Thanagar, wants Hawkman dead – and she’s accused him of the murder of her father and brother!”

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #27
Written by Sholly Fisch, art by Scott Neely, cover by Scott Gross
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, rated E, on sale Nov. 7
“A day at the beach turns into a watery whodunit! What other monsters lurk in the depths of this murky mystery? One thing’s for sure: Scuba-Doo is on the case!”

Suicide Squad #14
Written by Adam Glass, art by Fernando Dagnino, cover by Ken Lashley
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, rated T+, on sale Nov. 14
“A ‘Death of the Family’ tie-in! A funeral for a friend is interrupted by Harley’s past! Amanda Waller has found the Squad’s traitor – but has she lost the war with Basilisk?”
crossie’s note: Shark dude on the cover, so I’m throwing it in.

Superman Family Adventures #7
Written by Art Baltazar and Franco, art and cover by Art Baltazar
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, rated E, on sale Nov. 28
“Who is the Terrible Toyman? What does he want, anyway? Where does he get all those cool toys? Can’t a Super Family have a Tooth Fairy Party in peace? Better save your receipts, because these toys are about to malfunction!”
crossie’s note: Cover is basically Superman and friends versus My Little Pony dolls.

Young Justice #22
Written by Greg Weisman, art and cover by Christopher Jones
32 pages, full color, $2.99 US, rated E, on sale Nov. 21
“The Invasion continues! Earth’s greatest heroes are kidnapped by Kylstar! Brainiac has Metropolis under glass and Lex Luthor’ secret weapon is on the loose!”
crossie’s note: Beast Boy is on this team, I think. Either that or the Green Rhino, going by the cover.

Dynamite Entertainment

Pantha #6
Written by Brandon Jerwa, art by Pow Rodrix, cover by Mark Texeira
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US, rated T+
“The war is over, and a new day is dawning for the world. Pantha and Pendragon just want to relax, but it’s not going to be easy; there’s a mystery afoot, and it centers around Pantha’s mystical amulet!”

Thun’da #4
Written by Robert Place Napton, art by Cliff Richards, cover by Jae Lee
40 pages, full color, $3.99, rated T+
“The little peace Roger Drum has found among the peaceful Shareen is shattered when the feared Monkey Men invade the valley. Drum comes face to face with the speaking primates who are known for their ruthless savagery and insatiable blood lust! Also reprints an original Thun’da story by Frank Frazetta!”

Fantagraphics Books

Charlie Brown’s Christmas Stocking
Hardcover
Writing and art by Charles M. Schulz
56 pages, partial color, $9.99 US
“This stocking-stuffer sized collection features two Christmas-themed stories from the 1960s created for national magazines. From 1963, ‘Charlie Brown’s Christmas Stocking’ features the entire Peanuts cast of the time, each with a joke or a reflection about the season. ‘The Christmas Story’ (1968) focuses on Lucy and Linus explaining the meaning of the holiday to Snoopy. Also included are notes on the provenance of the stories and a pocket-sized biography of Schulz. A perfect gift item for the season!”

Walt Disney’s Donald Duck: ‘A Christmas for Shacktown’
Hardcover
Writing and art by Carl Barks
240 pages, full color, $28.99 US
“The third volume of Fantagraphics’ reprinting of Carl Barks’ classic Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge work focuses on the early 1950s, universally considered Barks’ peak period. Featured are one of Barks’ masterpieces (‘A Christmas for Shacktown’) plus ‘The Golden Helmet,’ ‘The Gilded Man,” and ten of his smart and funny 10-pagers – all supplemented with extensive notes and essays by the foremost Duck experts in the world.”

IDW

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #1
Written by Katie Cook, art and cover by Andy Price
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“Welcome to Ponyville, home of Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Rarity, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Applejack and all of your other favorite Ponies! Something’s not right in the town, though, as some of the inhabitants are acting very, very strange! It’s up to the Mane Six to find the source of the weirdness before it’s too late!”
crossie’s note: Yes, it’s going on my pull list.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #16
Written by Tom Walts and Kevin Eastman, art by Andy Kuhn
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“A relentless, demented foe is after the Turtles and he won’t rest until his deadly mission is fulfilled! A desperate fight for survival will take some unexpected turns before the night is over. Don’t miss it!”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Color Classics #6
Writing and art by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird
38 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“What do you get when you cross four ninja turtles with a mysterious robot from outer space called the Fugitoid and walking, talking gladiator dinosaurs? You get classic comic book action and sci-fi mayhem at its very best, all here in this newly colored tale of the original TMNT!”

Transformers: Prime-Rage of the Dinobots #1 (of 4)
Written by Mike Johnson and Mairghread Scott, art by Agustin Padilla, cover by Ken Christiansen
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“Bridging the story from the ‘Fall of Cybertron’ video game to ‘Prime’ TV show, the Dinobots hold the line as Cybertron falls! With Optimus Prime and the Ark long gone, the rest of the population makes their escape from the dying world-but Shockwave remains behind, continuing his experiments!”

True Blood #7
Written by Annie Nocenti and Michael McMillian, art by Michael Gaydos, cover by Tim Bradstreet
32 pages, full color, $3.99 US
“With Bon Temps facing eradication by an ancient and powerful wolf pack, the town’s best hope lies with Sookie and Alcide convincing the werewolves and vampires to set aside their differences and work together. But first, Sookie must survive her initial encounter with the Ghost Wolves…”

Berkeley Breathed’s Outland: The Complete Coollection
Hardcover
Writing and art by Berkeley Breathed
320 pages, full color, $50 US
“Berkeley Breathed, the mad genius who boggled and bewildered us with ‘Bloom County, is back! Soon after retiring ‘Bloom County’ Breathed returned with an all-new Sunday-only newspaper strip: ‘Outland’. This is a limited edition of the complete ‘Outland’ collection, strictly limited to 500 copies, each numbered and signed by the one and only Berkeley Breathed!”

Infestation 2: The Complete Series
Hardcover
Written by Duane Swierczynski, Paul Crilley, Mike Raicht, Chris Tyall, Tristan Jones and Chuck Dixon, art by David Messina, Valerio Schiti, Stuart Sayger, Valentine De Landro, Alan Robinson, Mark Torres and Guido Guidi, cover by Alex Garner
312 pages, full color, $39.99
“The Elder Gods of H.P. Lovecraft invade the worlds of IDW in ‘Infestation 2’! The call of Cthulhu infests ’30 Days of Night, ‘Dungeons and Dragons’, ‘G.I. Joe’, ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ and ‘Transformers.’ Zombies were bad enough, but how do you stop interdimensional monsters?”
crossie’s note: This sounds completely stupid. Still, too bad ‘My Little Pony’ hadn’t been released yet…

Opus by Berkeley Breathed: The Complete Sunday Strips from 2003-2008
Hardcover
Writing and art by Berkeley Breathed
288 pages, full color, $39.99 US
“It’s Berkeley Breathed’s final spin around the dance floor with his most quirky and endearing character-Opus. The Pleasant penguin has long been the moral center of the Berkeley-verse, and nowhere is that as abundantly clear as in his own self-named book. Aside from our waddling friend, this book contains numerous characters readers will fondly remember from the days of ‘Bloom County’. This volume collects the entire run of ‘Berkeley Breathed’s Opus’, from first to last, and features an introduction and running commentary from Breathed.”

Contropussy
Trade Paperback
Written by Emma Caulfield and Camilla Outzen Rantsen, art by Christian Meesey and Thomas Mauer
128 pages, full color, $19.99
“From actress Emma Caulfield (‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, ‘Darkness Falls’, ‘Timer’) and co-writer Camilla Rantsen, comes ‘Contropussy’, a story about a cat with a major itch to scratch. By day she is a mild mannered feline, but by night she comes alive, adventuring in the city, eventually finding herself a pawn in political schemes”

Dorothy of Oz Prequel
Trade Paperback
Written by Denton J. Tipton, art by Blair Shield, cover by Eric Shanower
104 pages, full color, $17.99 US
“The upcoming animated film ‘Dorothy of Oz’ tells the tale of the eponymous hero’s return to the Land of Oz. But first read here about what events transpired to necessitate Dorothy’s return, and witness the rise of the Jester!”

Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Vol. 1
Trade Paperback
Written by Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird and Jim Lawson, art by Jim Lawson, cover by Steve Lavigne
132 pages, full color, $19.99 US
“Travel through the nooks and crannies of the TMNT universe with these tales that build on and reference stories throughout the Mirage Comics continuity! This first volume features a brand-new cover by longtime TMNT artist Steve Lavigne.”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro-Series Vol. 2
Trade Paperback
Written by Erik Burnham, Mike Costa, Ben Epstein, Barbara Randall Kesel and Paul Allor, art by Charles Paul Wilson III, Mike Henderson, Marley Zarcone and Paul McCaffrey, cover by David Petersen
104 pages, full color, $17.99 US
“Another volume of Micro-Series, this time spot-lighting the Turtles’ friends and family. Each story will detail a pivotal moment in Casey’s, April’s, Splinter’s and Fugitoid’s life … with important ramifications for the Turtles and the ongoing comic book series!”

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #1 Complete Box Set
$24.99 US
“Collecting all 6 of the “Mane 6” covers in one handy box set, with an exclusive slipcase! All the ponies in one place!”

Image

Elephantmen #46
Written by Richard Starkings, art by Shaky Kane, cover by Shaky Kane and Boo Cook
40 pages, full color, $3.99 US, rated M, on sale Nov. 7
“’Biohazard’ – The artist behind ‘Bulletproof Coffin’ returns to ‘Elephantmen’ to tell the disturbing tale of Harry Hazard – a man who will quite probably fill you with his disease.”

Epic Kill #6
Writing and art by Raffaele Ienco
32 pages, full color, $2.99, rated T+, on sale Nov. 7
“Now an ongoing series! Song’s body lies lifeless on the morgue table but her Uncle planned for this outcome and summons her back to the living. Returning from the edge of death is the hardest fight Song has ever faced as her inner demons struggle to keep her in the land of the dead.”
crossie’s note: The cover’s got dog men out the ying-yang. Catchy title.

Guarding the Globe #3
Written by Phil Hester, art by Todd Nauck and John Rauch
32 pages, full color, $2.99, rated T+, on sale Nov. 7
“The Guardians continue their routine of defending the world and repairing the damage Set caused in Paris… meanwhile, El Chupacabra runs into a familiar face… but it may not be on friendly terms! Guest starring the Astounding Wolf-Man!”

Hack/Slash #22
Written by Tim Seeley, art by Elena Casagrande
32 pages, full color, $3.50, rated M, on sale Nov. 28
“’Final’, part three. Cassie and Vlad have lost old friends to the unified slashers attack. Now, they have to gather an army to stop Samhain and his Black Lamp Society… an army of Final Girls!”
crossie’s note: Supporting furry character Pooch is on the cover, and Vlad is a furry in that he likes funny animal comic books. Also, this is just a great comic book.

Multiple Warheads: Alphabet to Infinity #2 (of 4)
Writing and art by Brandon Graham
32 pages, full color, $2.99, rated T+, on sale Nov. 28
“Sexica and her werewolf boyfriend run into trouble on their way to the whaling wall while Nura keeps running into different versions of the man she was sent to kill.”

Super Dinosaur #16
Written by Robert Kirkman, art by Jason Howard
32 pages, full color, $2.99, rated E, on sale Nov. 28
“Why are Super Dinosaur and Derek Dynamo on the moon? Why not!? There’s a dark secret deep below the surface that could spell doom for our heroes… what is ‘Inner-Moon’?”

Marvel

A+X #2
Written by Kaare Andrews and Peter David, art by Kaare Andrews and Mike Del Mundo
32 pages, $3.99 US, rated T
“Spider-Man and Beast fight zombies in a story by Kaare Andrews (‘AVX: Versus’)! Iron Man, Kitty Pryde and Lockheed fight the Brood in a story by Peter David and your favorite artist!”
crossie’s note: Lockheed. Nuff said.

Avengers Academy #39
Written by Christos Gage, art by Tom Grummett, cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli
32 pages, $2.99 US, rated T
“Final issue! End-of-an-era Series Finale! In the aftermath of the grueling ‘Final Exam’, can frinedships, romances – and the Academy itself – survive?”
crossie’s note: Couple of furry characters in this title … or should I say used to be in this title. Boo, final issue!

Avenging Spider-Man #14
Written by Cullen Bunn, art by Gabriele Dell’Otto
32 pages, $3.99 US, rated T+
“Horizon Labs take a field trip to the Savage Land! But when has a trip to the Savage Land ever gone right? When a horde of super-powered lizards attack, it’s up to Spider-Man, Devil Dinosaur and Moon Boy to save the day! Raptors are bad enough, but can Spidey overcome a prehistoric language barrier, too?”

Captain America and Black Widow #639
Written by Cullen Bunn, art by Francesco Francavilla
32 pages, $2.99 US, rated T
“Cap and Black Widow face Lizard-Ock! Chased by a super-powered kill squad, Cap and Widow jaunt through the multiverse! The stage is set for a final assault against Venemma Multiversal!”

Road to Oz #3
Written by Eric Shanower, art by Skottie Young
32 pages, $3.99 US, all ages
“The King of Oz bestows Button Bright with a cleverly generous gift – a fox’s head! How will Dorothy and the Shaggy Man get through the Deadly Desert? Johnny Dooit may have an idea! Eric Shanower and Skottie Young deliver another Oz adaptation that’s an instant classic!”

Secret Avengers #34
Written by Rick Remender, art by Matteo Scalera, cover by Arthur Adams
32 pages, $3.99 US, rated T+
“The rise of the Descendants! The robots of the Marvel Universe revolt! The Avengers are taken down leaving only the Secret Avengers to stop Father’s automaton invasion and the plague of the Descendant’s contagious robot evolution! Why has Captain Britain just hurled mankind’s only hope of salvation into the black heart of Earth 4680?”
crossie’s note: And why is Captain America being a werewolf on the cover?

Yen Press

Soul Eater Vol. 11
Trade Paperback
Writing and Art by Atsushi Ohkubo
192 pages, black and white, $11.99 US
“Maka is a weapon meister, determined to turn her partner, a living scythe named Soul Eater, into a powerful death scythe – the ultimate weapon of Death himself! Charged with the task of collecting and devouring the tainted souls of ninety-nine humans and one witch, Maka and her fellow meisters strive to master their weapons as they face off against the bizarre and dangerous minions of the underworld. But the meisters’ own personal quirks may prove a bigger obstacle than any sultry enchantress!”
crossie’s note: The only manga I read; furry for Blair-chan the witchy cat!”

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Missing: paper editions of furry based webcomics: Kevin and Kell, Doc Rat #9, likely others.

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Also missing Endtown, Housepets, Twokinds, Slightly Damned, maybe The WhiteBoard, Gene Catlow, and Accidental Centaurs.
And that is just from the list of webcomics I follow, there are many more that produce paper editions of themselves.

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They don't submit blurbs to Previews, or they aren't coming out in November, or I just honestly missed them.

Though mostly the first. Perils of indie publishing.

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Oh. Thanks.

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So, to whom can previews be submitted. I can get you the Endtown stuff. So can Jenner for that matter

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I think you are misunderstanding the point of this post. This is a digest of the anthropomorphic publications listed within two regular 'previews' magazines, Diamond Previews and Marvel Previews. These publications document upcoming issues of comics distributed by these companies. If and when Endtown is distributed by Diamond, it will be included within that publication. It is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of all upcoming comics featuring anthropomorphic animals.

If you wish to tell us about the upcoming publication of an independent comic, you can simply login and submit a story.

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I probably confused the issue with the phrase "submitting blurbs," which is just a tiny part of the story. Most of the comics listed by Mr. Fishbreath probably would not get much out of Previews, and vice versa; they have much too small of print runs to really need a nationwide distributor, and instead rely on word of mouth and more direct selling; most are bought directly from the publisher or even the creator, in some cases, rather than through a distributor or retailer.

Basically, you can walk into any comic book shop (and probably not a few other similar retailers), and pick up most of these titles, or at the very least they can order them for you, though I forgot to add specific order numbers (whoops). It doesn't really matter, at this point, though, since the deadline for pre-orders from this issue was Sep. 18. At this point, the list is mostly for furries who buy their comics at comic books shops, whether via a reserve pull list or just showing up at the store. And also, as Treesong often pointed out, it may end up having some historical value for archivists down the road.

That being said, you totally should submit blurbs to Flayrah, complete with ordering information, for any smaller presses or independents, because, well, they rely on word of mouth and more direct selling.

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