This short, "Coyote Falls", was shown before Cats & Dogs 2. Future shorts are expected before Legend of the Guardians ("Fur of Flying") and Yogi Bear ("Rabid Rider"). Extended versions form part of The Looney Tunes Show, airing from November on Cartoon Network.
In this issue:
1. Convention Dates Changed
2. Furry Market Place already at 50% capacity!
3. Dealer Room Waiting List
4. Panelists and performers wanted for the FC puppet track!
5. Species Track
6. THE PROGRAM BOOK NEEDS YOU!
7. Open Lead Positions for FC 2011
8. Annual Further Confusion camp-out and picnic
9. Next Staff Meeting
The suit was the subject of a five-way bidding war throughout Saturday before the winner swept in with their last-minute bid.
Planning to eat soon? You might want to check your bowl for little bean dogs (mameshiba).
The beans have their own website and were recently promoted at Comic-Con.
Reservations for the Westin LAX will not transfer, and must be canceled by 6PM September 28 to avoid a charge. This can be done via the online reservation system, or by phone. Those wishing to cancel their convention registration must email by September 24.
The BBC's Natural History team has found evidence of breeding tigers in the Hymalayan mountains of Bhutan, over 4000m above sea level, using a set of remote cameras.
The discovery sparked hopes of extending a 'conservation corridor' through the mountains.
In other news, the woman who dumped a cat in a wheelie bin has been charged with causing unnecessary suffering and an unsuitable environment.
While foxes have the reputation of being sluts in the furry fandom, perhaps this title should rather fall to hares, who have been shown to have simultaneous pregnancies.
The hares show superfetation — the ability to become pregnant before giving birth from an earlier pregnancy. Scientists at the Liebniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research found that pregnant European brown hares can become pregnant again about four days before delivery. This decreases the amount of time between litters and makes the hares capable of being permanently pregnant.
Now that the Warner Brothers comics aren't being done by huge committees, the practice has moved to the Arch* companies. For better or worse, I can't say. Also there's a huge selection of non-pamphlet items this month, including three huge pricey bargains from Fantagraphics that I'd go for if I didn't have everything already. If you rely mainly on a standard pull list at your comic shop, you need to read this month's selections.
Ornament may be ordered online (specify issue 5), or found at Barnes & Noble or Borders.