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January furry comics for March 2007 (Previews only)

Edited by earthfurst as of Thu 25 Sep 2014 - 19:57
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Furry new year to you all! Starting with:

JAN070076D3 Usagi Yojimbo #101 24 pg, b&w $2.99
by Stan Sakai
Usagi gets hit by a ronin's poison dart and has a bad trip.

JAN070075D3 Sock Monkey: The Inches Incident #4 (of 4) 24 pg, b&w $2.99
by Tony Millionaire
Sock Monkey and pals are sailing for home in the piano, but it's taking on water....

PAGES 96, 97
JAN070327D1 Looney Tunes #148 32pg, color $2.25
by various
'Sylvester and Tweety go on a camping trip with Granny. Unfortunately, the locals aren't the most welcoming folks.'

JAN070330D1 Scooby-Doo #115 32pg, color $2.25
'This Old Haunted House' and one other.

PAGES 146, 148, 151
JAN071922D2 Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Menace Deluxe Edition tp 196pg, b&w $17.99
JAN071923D2 Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Menace Deluxe Edition w/sketch tp 196pg, b&w $75.00
by Larry Hama and Michael Golden
A kid accidentally opens a portal to a universe of space-travelling anthropomorphs battling the Toad Menace. A good story, worth getting, but what makes this edition deluxe? Apparently, being signed and numbered. Whoopee.

JAN071927D2 Elephantmen: Wounded Animals hc, 224pg, color $24.99
Stories by Richard Starkings & Joe Kelly, art by many
Collects Elephantmen #1-7.

JAN071933D2 Elephantmen #8 32pg, color $2.99
Stories by Richard Starkings & Jill Freshney, art by Moritat & Rob Steen
Two stories.

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JAN073333E Gargoyles #4 24pg, color $3.50
I just noticed this series, and since I know gargoyles (and especially Gargoyles) to have been of furry interest, I'll list it. In this issue: Thailog's back in town.

JAN073336E SCREWTOOTH #3 24pg, b&w $2.95
by Black Olive
This is another one that's new to me, probably because its furry aspect wasn't clear before, though she did meet her brother's dead ferret in #2. 'It ain't easy being a reanimated young girl with six-foot-long ostrich legs! As Plum and her furry ferret friend, Barnabas, continue on their journey to find her royal highness Principesa Barnacle, danger finds them at every turn.'

PAGS 220, 221
JAN073360E Gold Digger #83 32pg, color $2.99
by Fred Perry
Charlotte the bioengineered harpy babysits Tiffany and a couple of peebos. High explosive problems arise.

JAN073361E The Gold Digger Sourcebook: The Official Handbook to the
Gold Digger Universe #4 32pg, color $3.95
by Fred Perry & Doug Dlin
More of the same.

JAN073362E Gold Digger: Throne of Shadows Pocket Manga sc, 128pg, b&w $14.95
by Fred Perry & Craig Babiar
Collects the four-issue miniseries.

JAN073363I Gold Digger DVD Pack $45.95
'[T]he Ultimate GD-ROM, a set of two DVD-ROMs containing every GD issue from the very first miniseries to color issue #75, plus the original Mangazine short story and a mess o' specials -- over 3,000 pages of Gold Digger goodness!' and 'How to Draw Manga the Fred Perry Way . . . two hours of tips, tricks, and techniques, filmed over the shoulder of the master himself!'

JAN073364I Ninja High School #147 32pg, color $2.99
by Robby Bevard & Ben Dunn
Nothing furry to see here. Move along, move along.

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JAN073391E Sonic the Hedgehog #173 32pg, color $2.25
by various
One story.

JAN073392E Sonic X #18 32pg, color $2.25
by various
'Rouge goes Rogue!' Spell that three times.

PAGE 271
JAN073589H Disney Jr. Volume 3: The Lion King gn sc, 6"x9", 48pg, color $3.99
by various

PAGE 276
JAN073611F Adventures of Dexter Breakfast #2 24pg, b&w $2.75
by Vernon Smith
Same wombat cowboy blurb as for issue #1.

PAGES 278, 279
JAN073630E Uncle Scrooge #364 sc, 64pg, color $7.50
by various
Four stories.

JAN073631E Walt Disney's Comics & Stories #679 sc, 64pg, color $7.50
by various
Five stories; 'in Janet Gilbert's "Sit-Down Strike!" Donald is transformed into an armchair.'
SC, 64pgs, FC SRP: $7.50

JAN073632E Walt Disney's Spring Fever sc, 80pg, color $9.50
by various
Four stories, including Carl Barks' feature-length 'Mystery of the Swamp'.

Also many 'Stars of the Month', collections made available again.

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JAN073653E A Late Freeze 9"x6", 48pg, color $6.50
by Danica Novgorodoff
'The almost-wordless tale of a fugitive robot and a compassionate bear beset by love, snow, and trouble with the authorities. Winner of the 2006 Isotope Award for Excellence in Mini-Comics.'

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JAN073755F Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: T he Movie Adaptation #1 64pg, b&w $4.99
by Murphy and Diego Jourdan
The adaptation of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles CGI movie.

JAN073756F Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie Prequel #1 -- Raphael 32pg, b&w $3.25
JAN073757F Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie Prequel #2 -- Michelangelo 32pg, b&w $3.25
JAN073758F Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie Prequel #3 -- Donatello 32pg, b&w $3.25
JAN073759F Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie Prequel #4 -- April 32pg, b&w $3.25
JAN073760F Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie Prequel #5 -- Leonardo 32pg, b&w $3.25
by various

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Catching up this month:
JAN073817F Furrlough #167 32pg, b&w $3.50
The latest from three ongoing stories: 'Lancaster: The Ghost Hunter' by Phil Gibson, 'Ace and Queenie' by Rusty Haller, and 'Ebin and May' by Christina Hanson and Ed Garcia.

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JAN073830F Shanda the Panda: Invitation to the Dance SC, 136 pg, b&w $14.99
by Curtis, Sagara, & Light
'It's the original tales of the longest running anthropomorphic slice of life comic, Shanda The Panda! This volume collects the original first issue published by MU Press in 1992, as well as issues #1-4 of the Antarctic Press series. Meet Shanda Bruin, manager of a small town movie theater, her best friend the lesbian cricket Terri, and her Cajun Raccoon boyfriend Double R, as well as all of her employees. As a special bonus the original 12-page tryout story "Christmas" is included.' MATURE THEMES

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Shaun the Sheep Comic #1 magazine, 52pg, color $5.99
edited by Natalie Clubb
From the Oscar-winning Wallace & Gromit film A Close Shave.

NOV063849H Wallace & Gromit Magazine #20 magazine, 52pg, color $5.99
by various
Wacky and cracking good, it says.


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