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Upcoming Furry Comics for May 2004

Edited by crossaffliction as of Sun 25 May 2014 - 23:51
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Upcoming furry comics lists from both Doodles and Treesong. Click below!Things are a little light overall this month, but that's typical as the big publishers gear up for the coming summer.

pg 107
Looney Tunes #114 - $2.25 - order #MAR040343
The history of ACME, and the best set of product liability lawyers in

Scooby-Doo #84 - $2.25 - order #MAR040347
The gang visits a ghost town haunted by a pirate. And later, Shaggy and
Scooby get involved in a secret sauce incident. No, that _that_ kind, pervo...

pg 208
Yets #3 - $3.50 - order #MAR042165
Sir Perry and Spec gather the dragons for their magical flying ship, the Niagara. But they're held up at the airport by the TJA when they set off the metal detectors...

pg 210
Salmon Doubts GN - $14.95 - order #MAR042170
An unusual fist tale by Adam Sacks, a cast of conversing fish discuss philosophy and existence as they make that ultimate journey upstream to spawn. I always do that while on the I-405, but as I'm alone, it just makes the other drivers avoid me.

pg 215
Gold Digger #53 - $2.99 - order #MAR042211

pg 233
Patrick The Wolf Boy: Rock-N-Roll Special - $2.95 - order #MAR0422319
In this issue, Patrick runs into the world of rock and roll, and somehow comes out of it drug free. It pays to be a werewolf!

pg 290
The Lizard of Oz GN - $12.95 - order #MAR042567
In this book, Mark Bode takes over the many characters of his father Vaughn and uses his notes intended for this project to create this parody and homage to the classic L. Frank Baum story and it's film adaptation. In addition fo a full color original cover that was one of Vaughn's last works, it includes an introduction by Carlo McCormick that provides an overview of the careers of both Baum and Bode's careers, and a sketchbook of Mark's preparatory work.

pg 293-296
As always, there's a ton of great Disney titles this month, with dozens of great artists and writers, and they never list them all in the catalog...

Donald Duck Adventures Vol 6 TP - $7.95 - order #MAR042602

Donald Duck and Friends #316 - $2.95 - order #MAR042604

Mickey Mouse and Friends #265 - $2.95 - order #MAR042607

Uncle Scrooge #330 - $6.95 - order #MAR042610

Walt Disney's Comics and Stories - $6.95 - order #MAR042613

pg 312
Prince of Fur #12 - $2.95 - order #MAR042707

Boneyard #14 - $2.95 - order #MAR042713
The dead rise and attack the town and the Boneyard gang. That's what happens when you play the bagpipes too loud...

pg 316
Furrlough #137 - $2.99 - order #MAR042747
More of Thor Thorvaldson's "Tales of Marga," Ursula Hustead's "Space Vixen," and shorts by Eddie Perkins and Chris Whalen.

pg 318
Shanda the Panda #41 - $4.99 - order #MAR042759
The conclusion of the "Reign of Terror" plotline.

That's it this month! See you in four weeks!

And from Treesong:

All these are $2.95 24-page black-and-white floppies except as noted. Actually, for the first time I recall, none of my addenda fit all four critera.

PAGE 206
MAR042148F Monkey & Spoon gn SC, 6x6, 112pg, b&w+one spot color $9.95
by Simone Lia
'Monkey & Spoon explores the relationship of a married anthropomorphic couple in an all-too realistic snapshot of their everyday lives. Can a monkey love a spoon? (and vice versa?) Monkey & Spoon is the second of three books that will tell the "tale" of an animal's exploits. All three books will be designed and formatted to compliment each other. These books might be considered a distant cousin to the big-little books. Each page will have only one panel, so that the reader can focus on the detail of each picture. MATURE READERS' The first such book seems to be Scott Morse's 'Southpaw'.

PAGE 209
MAR042267E Sonic the Hedgehog #137 32pg, color $2.19
by Various
The usual three stories.

PAGE 276
MAR042482F Hino Horror Vol. 6 gn: Black Cat SC, 5x7, 192pg, b&w $9.95
by Hideshi Hino
'A cat's-eye-view of the horrors of mankind! When Black Cat is left to fend for himself, he sets off to learn more about the world he lives in. He moves from one cursed household to another, experiencing the evil and torment that afflict the human race. One of Hino's early works, Black Cat is a collection of short stories narrated by an ever-observant feline. MATURE READERS'

PAGE 306
MAR042673F Furious Fist of the Drunken Monkey 32pg $2.99
by Rich Stahnke
'In this one-shot origin special, meet Chip the alcoholic chimpanzee.
He's uneducated, unmotivated, and usually inebriated. So when he comes into the possession of an alien power gauntlet, will he use its
incredible power to fight injustice in the worldà or has he found, like,
the ultimate can opener? Furious Fist of the Drunken Monkey was winner of the August 2002 'Create a Character' contest at, whose judges included Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada, and comics' own real man, Beau Smith. MATURE READERS'

PAGE 329
MAR042843F Dang #1 32pg $3.50
by Martin Cendreda
'Dang!, the first prime-time comic book by fabulous new cartoonist
Martin Cendreda, follows the sad, tragic life of good ole' Herbert Hound and his encounters with obnoxious teens, fashion conscious yuppies, and twin homeless orphans. Guffaws abound in Martin's delightfully drawn comic, with an art style hinting at Clowes and Chester Brown, yet with chops uniquely his own.' 'Dang!' was a minicomic, and the cover of #4 matches that of the Top Shelf version. I haven't found any samples of this particular comic on the Web, but Cendreda's own Webpage is .


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