Furry Previews comics for September 2005
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2005 11:53:25 -0700
Just in time for folks coming back from AC, a list of new titles to make you
even poorer. =};-3
DARK HORSE (www.darkhorse.com)
Usagi Yojimbo #87 - $2.99 - order #JUL0500047
The slaves in Lord Sanada's mine, including Usagi and Tomoe, finally strike
gold. But this may only hasten a horrible fate that they face from
DC COMICS (www.dccomics.com)
Looney Tunes #130 - $2.25 - order #JUL050265
Scooby-Doo #100 - $2.25 - order #JUL050268
Whee. 100 issues.
ALIAS ENTERPRISES (www.aliascomics.com)
Pakkin's Land Vol. 2. #6 - $2.99 - order #JUL052564
AMAZE INK/SLAVE LABOR (www.slavelabor.com)
Jet Pack Pets TP - $14.95 - order #JUL052575
Michael Stewart & Garry Black tell the story of a trio of pets who keep a
secret identity as superheroes. This book collects their early stories into
one volume for easy perusal.
ANTARCTIC PRESS (www.antarctic-press.com)
Gold Digger Annual 2005 - $4.50 - order #JUL052605
The Science Fair #2 - $2.99 - order #JUL052616
What happens when cartoon characters become unemployed? Find out in this
story by Jasen Lex, who must have grown up watching a hell of a lot of SatAM
stuff as a kid...
The Complete Peanuts HC Vol. 4 : 1957-1958 - $28.95 - order #JUL052846
This volume features Snoopy on the cover for the first time, as well as
focusing on him in that year's strips.
The Complete Peanuts Box Set: 1955-1958 - $49.95 - order #JUL052847
This box collects Vol. 1-3 of the series.
GEMSTONE PUBLISHING (www.gemstonepub.com)
Donald Duck Adventures Vil. 14 TP - $7.95 - order #JUL052875
Donald Duck and Friends #332 - $2.95 - order #JUL052876
Mickey Mouse & Friends #332 - $2.95 - order #JUL052877
Uncle Scrooge #346 - $6.95 - order #JUL052878
Walt Disney's Comics & Stories #661 - $6.95 - order #JUL052879
LIGHTSPEED PRESS (www.lightspeedpress.com)
Finder #38 - $2.95 - order #JUL052970
MIRAGE STUDIOS (www.ninjaturtles.com)
Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #15 - $3.25 - order #JUL052978
MU PRESS (www.mupress.com)
How to Draw Furry - $2.95 - order #JUL052990
This book by Kit Fox teaches you how to draw a particular style of furry, as
opposed to just bloody well learning how to draw...
Wild #16 - $3.75 - order #JUL052991
ADULTS ONLY - A whole slew of sexy stories drawn by folks who would know Kit
Fox from Kit Carson...
RADIO COMIX (www.radiocomix.com)
Furrlough #152 - $3.50 - order #JUL053027
More stuff by folks other than Kit Fox.
Porndexters #1 - $5.99 - order #JUL053029
ADULTS ONLY - A new anthology that focuses on the nerdish furries out there,
mainly girls with glasses. And no, none of them are Kit Fox either.
SHANDA FANTASY ARTS
Medics: Code 3 Special - $4.99 - order #JUL053042
This one-shot spin-off from "Shanda the Panda" focuses on a team of slightly
batty lifesavers. Bases on the many experiences of author Jerry Loomis' 32
years as an EMT, and drawn by Jon C. Crusoe.
Shanda the Panda #44 - $4.99 - order #JUL053043
Wing's lieutenant Khan is going to make a last try for Wing's kids, but can
the reclusive Boris stop him?
Wallace and Gromit: A Pier Too Far HC - $12.95 - order #JUL053071
Wallace and Gromit: The Bootiful Game SC - $8.95 - order #JUL053072
These books, along with a series of other tomes, stickerbooks, artbooks,
plush, and other items, are coming out in time to take advantage of the
coming release of "Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit." I'm not
going to list it all. If you have trouble finding these things, it's
because you're a recluse who needs to get out of Mom's basement and look
around the malls. =};-3
Kingdom Hearts Vol. 1 - $9.99 - order #JUL053078
Based on the popular PS2 game, this comic tells the story of 14-year old
Sora, who after a storm finds himself helping the Disney crew in saving King
Mickey from an ominous enemy.
TOP SHELF PRODUCTIONS (www.topshelf.com)
Owly Vol. 3: Flying Lessons TP - $10.00 - order #JUL053175
VIZ COMICS (www.viz.com)
Tuxedo Gin Vol. 14 TP - $9.99 - order #JUL053247
That's the list for this month. I'll see you in 30!
From: Philip Cohen
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 23:44:07 GMT
For the third straight year, I had to pass up Anthrocon because the
National Puzzlers' League convention was on (and before) the same
weekend. Still catching up from eight days away, but here ya go at last.
Felines and simians predominate in this month's addenda.
AMAZE INK (SLAVE LABOR) (http://www.slavelabor.com)
JUL052583E Little Scrowlie #11 7x10, 24pg, B&W $2.95
by Todd Meister and Jennifer Feinberg
'Homebrew Satan worshipping teens conflict with the pastoral life of the
outer East Bay suburbs in Scrowlie #11. The apparent ritual slaying of
a small animal has the whole town terrified. The Goat Busters are called
in to give a pep rally to Satan's potential teenage recruits, but is it
too little, too late?' What part the eponymous cat plays in this, I know
ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
JUL052646E Sonic the Hedgehog #154 32pg, color $2.25
by Karl Bollers & Ron Lim
"Songoose" Part 2 of 2.
JUL052647E Sonic X #1 32pg, color $2.25
by Joe Edkin & Tim Smith
'Eggman, Decoe and Bocoe are putting the lives of hundreds in danger --
including Sonic's friend Chris -- as they hatch an "explosive" scheme to
empty the bank's vault. Sonic, Knuckles, Amy, Cheese and Tails must save
the day...and things go from bad to worse as they attempt to recover a
lost Chaos Emerald before Eggman gets his mitts on it. Worst still, the
Chaos Emerald is at the bottom of the ocean and Sonic can't swim!' Eh?
JUL052851F Fuzz & Pluck in Splitsville #4 (of 5) 48pg, B&W $4.95
'In this penultimate issue, Fuzz comes up with a way to defeat ferryman
Victor's nemesis (a bridge) once and for all -- with disastrous
consequences. In the machiavellian world of the gladiator games, Pluck
is king -- until he finally meets his match. Though beloved by artists
like Chris Ware and David Mazzucchelli, this might be our most
underrated series. Funny, surreal, moving and engrossing. MATURE THEMES'
Fuzz is a bear, Pluck a chicken. I've seen earlier episodes of this in
*Zero Zero*. A bit depressing, I thought.
JUL052909H Blacksad vol 3 SC, 9x12, 56pg, color $12.95
A resolicitation from Previews vol. XV #2 (FEB052901); see Doodles's
'Upcoming comics for April 2005' post for more.
ONI PRESS INC.
JUL053012E Banana Sundays #3 (of 4) 24pg, B&W $2.99
by Root Niboy & Colleen Coover
'Kirby and her talking monkeys continue to adjest to life at Forest Edge
High. Chuck, the brainy orangutan, is trying to take over the science
faculty. Knobby, the flirtacious chimp is wooing the girls. All seems to
be going well until Go-Go, the narcoleptic gorilla, goes missing.'
JUL053201F MIDDLEMAN #3 (of 4) 7x10, 32pg, B&W $2.95
by Javier Grillo-Marxuach & Les McClaine
'It's mobsters vs. monkeys as an ultra-intelligent lab chimp who has
seen too many goombah movies takes it upon himself to control all the
rackets in the city, and in the crossfire: The Middleman and Wendy!
Marlon Perkins meets Tony Montana as The Middleman and Wendy must
navigate the treacherous waters of organized crime and genetically
engineered primate research to uncover the experimental simian identity!'
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