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Upcoming furry comics for July 2011 (Previews only)

Edited by crossaffliction as of Mon 26 May 2014 - 00:41
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Another low-furry month, and the best items in my opinion are borderline, the last two in this post. An even later report than usual; sorry. But it may still be of historical value.

MAY110046 Usagi Yojimbo #139 24pg, b&w $3.50
by Stan Sakai
Inspector Ishida returns and mystery ensues. I like him.

PAGE 128
MAY110273 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #10 32pg, color $2.99
by Sholly Fisch and Robert Pope & Scott McCrae
Mystery, Inc. tests purported ghost detectors.

MAY110275 Looney Tunes #200 32pg, color $2.99
by Bill Matheny and Walter Carzon & Scott Gross
Golf and soccer stories, as DC resists the urge to make a hooha about #200.

PAGES 186, 196, 205
MAY110455 Elephantmen, vol. 2: Fatal Diseases--Revised Edition sc, 312pg, color $24.99
by heaps of peeps
Collects Elephantmen #8-15, plus the Pilot issue and presumably more extras than the first edition. Revised vol. 1 and plain old vol. 3 are offered again.

MAY110507 Elephantmen #34 40pg, color $3.99
by Richard Starkings and Boo Cook
Yvette is alive, and with a new foe.

MAY110517 Mice Templar vol. 3 #8 44pg, color $3.99
MAY110518 ditto with another cover
by Bryan J.L. Glass and Michael Avon Oeming & Vic & Veronica
'The stunning double-size finale of the penultimate arc!' More like 11/8-size, but whatever. Karic battles on in a coma, the druids confront the Readers of the Wheat, and Black Anaius makes trouble.

MAY110532 Super Dinosaur #4 32pg, color $2.99
by Robert Kirkman and Jason Howard
'This issue can't be missed, just like every issue of SUPER DINOSAUR!' Yeah yeah, that's what you said last time.

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MAY110795 Gold Digger #131 32pg, color $3.99
by Fred Perry
Further pirate ninja leprechaun silliness.


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