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Upcoming Furry Comics for August Addendum

Edited by crossaffliction as of Sun 25 May 2014 - 23:52
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A little late (my fault), here's Treesong's monthly addition to the Upcoming Comics list.PAGE 107
JUN040811D1 Thundercats: Enemy's Pride #3 32pg, color $2.95
‘Panthro is gone, and Lion-O is demented, dangerous, and more powerful than ever!' Eek!

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JUN042094E All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku tp #1 SC, 5x8, 96pg $14.99
by Yuzo Takada
Does ‘furry inside' count? ‘When inventor Kyusaku Natsume transfers the brain of his son Ryunosuke's cat into a top-secret android body, he doesn't lose a family pet...he gains a daughter! Nuku Nuku may appear to be a teenage girl, but her cute and cuddly exterior hides both the superhuman strength of the world's most advanced android chassis and the lightning quick senses and reflexes of a domestic feline.'

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JUN042121F Giggle Factory tp #1 64pg $7.95
by George Broderick, Jr.
‘All-ages, kid-friendly comics' with many stories, including the
furry-looking Ant Boy and Bingo the Wonder Dog.

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JUN042180E Gold Digger #56 32pg, color $2.99
by Fred Perry
Gina and Brianna get drafted on Jade to rescue Tark and Meisha from their fellow elves.

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JUN042230E Sonic the Hedgehog #140 32pg, color $2.19
by Various
Two stories.

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JUN042322E 1 Bone: the One Volume Edition sc, 7x10, 1300pg
by Jeff Smith
The whole thing in one book that's so big it will fall apart halfway
through your reading. But the price is right. ‘This book will not be
kept in print!'

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JUN042367F Doggy Poo Picture Book #1 36pg, color $7.99
Adapted by John O'Donnell
Not an anthropomorphic dog, an anthropomorphic dog turd. From
‘Central Park Media has acquired the domestic distribution rights to the award winning Korean animated film Doggy Poo. This unique 30-minute film, from Director Oh-Sung Kwon and Executive Producer Hong-Gee Kim, is based on the best selling children's book Doggy Poo by author Jung-Saeng Kwon.' Says O'Donnell: 'This was a very famous book called Doggie Poo in Korean. A computer guy grew up with this book. It was his favorite book. So he decided to take a couple million dollars--I am not making this up, this is actually for real--and built himself a claymation studio specifically to produce a half hour version of this book. He showed it at Bath [Film Festival], and everybody came in thinking, "what is this?" The first scene is a dog walks down the street and creates the protagonist of the story. By the end of this thing, I swear everyone is in tears...It was one of the most emotional things that we had ever seen. So, we signed it up.' Well, it certainly sounds perfectly suited to claymation.

PAGE 324 NBM JUN042672F 1 Dungeon tp #1 sc, 7x9, 96pg,
color $14.95
by Lewis Trondheim & Joann Sfar
Collects the first four issues of the comic book, now in full color.

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JUN042736H Neferu the Cat #1 hc, 9x12, 48pg $12.95
by Carlos Trillo & Peni
The Diamond solicitation makes it sound like some sort of furry epic
fantasy: 'Pinon, the evil, slobbering dog has moved in on Neferu the
Cat's territory, hypnotizing his slave and mesmerizing Nerferu's mascot, the human Alex. Only the intervention of the Goddess Bastet and the Great Cat God Tefnut can save the world from certain canine domination.' In fact, as the SAF comics website says, Neferu is a tomcat who is upset because his owner fell in love with a dog-owning girl; the above is just Neferu's take on the situation. This bande-dessine-format comic is acomedy. Looks interesting.

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JUN042739F Katmandu #31 40pg $4.99
Resolicited from December.

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JUN042741E Sheba tp #3 sc, 192pg $17.95
by Walter S. Crane IV
'Collects the four issues published by Shanda Fantasy Arts as well as 25 pages of additional material.' This volume is set during the French invasion of Egypt in 1799 with a diabolical plot involving mummy dust. Mummy dust was actually used for medical purposes but not with the results described here.


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