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Upcoming furry comics for September 2013 (Previews and Marvel Previews)

Edited as of Mon 26 May 2014 - 00:58
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Furry comics that made the top 100 best-seller’s list for May 2013 include:

See also: June 2013, July 2013, August 2013

Aardvark Vanaheim

Low Society
Written by Rob Walton and Comic Lab Bullpen, art by Rob Walton, Comic Lab Bullpen, Dave Sim and Gerhard
40 pages, black and white, US $4.99
“Cerebus built a reputation for parody by liberally borrowing from popular and established comic characters. With Low Society, Eisner and Joe Shuster Award-nominated editor Rob Walton (Ragmop) and the Comic Lab bullpen take you on all-new adventures in aardvarkian insanity featuring appearances from Red Sophia, Moon Roach, Elrod and more! Featuring an all new cover inked by Dave Sim with backgrounds by Gerhard! Plus a host of pin-ups, laughs and surprises!”

Andrews McMeel

Cat Crazy: A Mutts Treasury
Trade Paperback
Writing and art by Patrick McDonnell
208 pages, partial color, US $19.99
“This 17th chronological collection of Mutts strips, a year’s worth of color Sunday strips and black-and-white daily strips are included, along with pop-art splash pages that highlight Patrick McDonnell’s imaginative artwork and distinctive style.”

Pearls Before Swine: Rat’s Wars
Trade Paperback
Writing and art by Stephan Pastis
128 pages, partial color, US $12.99
“At its heart, Pearls Before Swine is the comic strip tale of two friends: an arrogant Rat who thinks he knows it all and a slow-witted Pig who doesn’t know any better. Together, this pair offers caustic commentary on humanity’s quest for the unattainable. Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams says that Pearls is one of the few comics that makes me laugh out loud.”

Antarctic Press

Gold Digger Halloween Special 2013
Writing and art by Fred Perry
32 pages, black and white, US $3.99
“Join the GD cast as they pull out the scary costumes, put up spooky decorations, play their choicest tricks and deliver their tastiest treats for another hit-filled Halloween!”

Gold Digger Swimsuit/Annual #1
32 pages, full color, US $4.99
“For over twenty years, fans of Gold Digger have been showing their love for the series by creating special side stories and pin-ups centered on their favorite characters. Summer fun or off season antics, serious or sidesplitting, GD brings out the best in its fans, and we bring that best to you!”

Ape Entertainment

Kung Fu Panda: Tale of Two Noodle Shops
Written by Troy Dye, art by Massimo Asaro and Diego Rodriguez
24 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Business at Mr. Ping’s noodle shop has been booming since his adopted son Po became the legendary Dragon Warrior. But when a new noodle shop opens in the Valley of Peace, touting nightly entertainment by the Dragon Wizard, can Po lure back his father’s clientele? Or has his act gone as stale as noodles left out overnight?”

Penguins of Madagascar: Mortzilla vs. King Kowalski
Written by Jackson Lanzing, art by Bob Renzas and Antonio Campo
24 pages, full color, US $3.99
When Kowalski’s newest invention, the Big-Ification Ray, causes Mort to grow to the size of a skyscraper, the Penguins are forced to find a solution before the problem gets too large for them to handle. To stop the massive Mortzilla, the Penguins will need to send one of their own into the fray – King Kowalski!”

Archaia Entertainment

Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard Vol. 2 #4
Writing and art by David Petersen, Bill Willingham, Jackson Sze, Justin Gerard and Clif Monear
24 pages, full color, US $3.50, rated E
“The final three mouse tales are told in the storytelling competition at the June Alley Inn in this last issue of Legends of the Guard Vol. 2. Writer/artist veteran Bill Willingham, concept painter and first-time comic storyteller Jackson Sze, illustrator Justin Gerard and pianist & composer Cliff Monear all lend their talents to round out the remaining tales about outwitting a menacing beast, the mapping of distant lands, and a folksong telling of magical puppets. June must then make her decision for which story has entertained her the most and clear that storyteller’s past debts to the inn!”

Archie Comic Publications

Sonic the Hedgehog #253
Written by Ian Flynn, art by John Workman and Ben Bates
32 pages, full color, US $2.99
“The biggest, most shocking event in Sonic comic history is underway, and you can grab a front-row seat in Countdown to Chaos part one! Sonic and Tails are on a journey to the Mystic Ruins jungle in search of their missing pals. What they encounter is sure to surprise you! Meanwhile, Dr. Eggman begins the long trek back to his deadly Death Egg II battle fortress. Will our heroes find him and stop him before he launches again? And just who, or what, is the Sky Patrol and wht does it have to do with the missing Freedom Fighters? Don’t miss a moment of the chaos, featuring the first in a series of all-new inter-connecting covers by Sonic art superstar Ben Bates and bone-chilling variant cover by T.REX!”

Sonic Universe #56
Writing and art by Tracy Yardley
“Ahoy, ye mateys! Tharr be trouble on the high seas! Blaze – a pirate prisoner! Amy, Cream and Marine – lost! Bean – an oddball, but we knew that already! It’s a race against time as Cpt. Metal begins his plan for the Sol Emeralds and his new, completed Egg o’ War! And now that ye mention it – there’s something really familiar about that battle station, but I just can’t put me hook on it! There’s mystery and mutiny a’foot in Pirate Plunder Panic Part Two! Featuring a new cover art from Tracy Y’ARRRR-dley and a special Sega variant cover!”

Sonic Saga Volume 4: House of Cards
Trade paperback
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Tracy Yardley
112 pages, full color, US $11.99
“Sonic’s epic adventures aren’t just stories – they’re Sagas! Blast into the action at Sonic speed with the continuation of the all-new Sonic Saga graphic novel series! After narrowly avoiding annihilation at the hands of Dr. Eggman, the citizens of New Mobotropolis face a bright new future. But change isn’t exactly so bright for everyone. Tensions boil over when Sonic does battle with Tails! Brother fights brother, political tensions start to brew, and friends and family are turned against each other. Collects stories from Sonic the Hedgehog #129, 177-180.”

Avatar Press

Ferals #17
Written by David Lapham, art by Gabriel Andrade
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“David Lapham unleases the full threat of the Ferals in this unbelievable issue. The wicked Dr. Cherry thought he was in control of everything. But no man can control a she-wolf, and now eight hundred soldiers have been infected with the blood virus. The war of the Ferals is coming and no one can stop it. But thrust into the center of the conflict, Dale Chesnutt turns the very Feral bloodline against the Fathers and desperately tries to halt the inevitable conflict. Don’t miss out on the violent drama unfolding in the pages of Ferals! Available with a Regular, Wraparound, Gore and special Slashed Incentive cover by series artist Gabriel Andrade.”

Big Dog Ink

The Legend of Oz: The Wicked West #12
Written by Tom Hutchison, art by Alisson Borges and Nei Ruffino
28 pages, full color, US $3.50
“Part One of a look back at the history of the Flying Monkeys of Oz, and how they came to be controlled by the Wicked Witch of the West, past and present!”

Serusis #4
Written by Tom Hutchison, art by Owen Gieni
28 pages, full color, US $3.50
“Kayla and company meet the inhabitants of Parts Unknown!”

Ursa Minor #1
Written by Tom Hutchison, art by Ian Snyder and Nei Ruffino
28 pages, full color, US $3.50, rated mature themes
“A new ongoing series! The aftermath of Lady Bathory’s death is felt across the globe. Vampires take to the streets in protest of the secrets that they believe are being kept from them. But the citizens of the United States no longer support the vampires as they once had. Now the people are asking their own questions, and a return to a time of fear and distrust seems inevitable. The vampires know they must find their enemy quickly. For the last werebear on Earth has made itself known in a very big way.”


Planet of the Apes Giant #1
Written by Daryl Gergory, art by Diego Barreto
32 pages, full color, US $4.99
“Why we love it: Daryl Gregory, an acclaimed novelist, embodies the Boom! philosophy of doing it right when it comes to licensed projects. Under his stewardship, Planet of the Apes has realized its potential for epic political intrigue. Why you’ll love it: fans of classic Planet of the Apes along with brand new fans of sophisticated, layered character-driven story-telling like Game of Thrones have praised Gregory’s three year run. What it’s about: The end is here as Alaya and Sully must find a way to set aside their differences and face a threat bigger than they ever encountered … but is it big enough to stop the humans and the apes of Mak from destroying each other first?”

Six Gun Gorilla #4 (of 6)
Written by Simon Spurrier, art by Jeff Stokely
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Following their harrowing confrontation with Auchenbran’s corpse army, Six-Gun Gorilla and Blue retreat into the wilderness in hopes of finding the natives of the Blister – weird, abstract creatures that may hold the key to Blue’s ultimate quest to return the locket …”

Dark Horse

Kiss Me, Satan #1
Written by Victor Gischler, art by Juan Ferreyra and Dave Johnson
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, on sale Sep 18
“Cassian Steele is the boss of the werewolf mafia in the Big Easy, and he’s got a problem. The old witch Verona knows his secret and has gone into hiding. Cassian wants her dead. So he sends out the word: An open contract. The first monster to dust Verona gets a big big payday. What no one realizes is that Barnabas Black, a demon desperately trying to regain his halo, is her protection.”


Batman and Robin #23.4: Killer Croc
Written by Tim Seeley, art by Francis Portela, Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T, on sale Sep 25
“As the battle for Gotham City continues to build, the scales become unbalanced when the ferocious Killer Croc enters the fray!”

Detective Comics #23.4: Man Bat
Written by Frank Tieri, art by Scot Eaton, Jaime Mendoza and Jason Fabok
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T, on sale Sep 25
“Dr. Langstrom has given in to the Man-Bat side of his personality. Left unchecked in a world without heroes, he brutally stalks his prey in Gotham City! If Langstrom won’t stop himself … who will?”

The Flash #23.1: Grodd
Written by Brian Buccellato, art by Chris Batista and Francis Manapul
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T, on sale Sep 4
“Grodd believed he was destined to become the bearer of light – until The Flash raced onto the scene! What will Grodd do now that The Flash has disappeared with the rest of the world’s heroes? Conquest is on the horizon as the world becomes – Forever Evil!”
crossie’s note: DC is doing a weird crossover thing this month called Forever Evil, spotlighting various villains with weirdly numbered normal titles, some of which are furry.

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
Written by Sholly Fisch, art by Dario Brizuela
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated E, on sale Sep 4
“What will Scooby do when there are no more Scooby Snacks?! A mysterious monster haunting the Scooby Snack factor is driving it out of business. Join the gang as they discover what’s actually been stirring things up around the bakery!”

Wonder Woman #23.2: The Cheetah
Written by John Ostrander, art by Victor Ibanez
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T, on sale Sep 18
“The Cheetah has clawed her way out of Belle Reve and is hungry for blood – but before she steps up as one of the Secret Society’s most powerful generals, she has a personal score to settle! Learn the truth about the cult of Hippolyta, her vendetta against Wonder Woman and just how far she’ll go to prove that she’s the most dangerous predator on Earth!”
crossie’s note: I was just thinking that The Cheetah sounds more like she should be in The Flash’s rogues gallery.

Dyanamite Entertainment

Damsels: Mermaids #5 (of 5)
Written by Matt Sturges, art by Jean-Paul Deshong
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T+, on sale Sep 11
“Willing to sacrifice his life, Prince John has unleashed the destructive axis mundi in the heart of Atlantis! With time running out, the Little Mermaid must decide if love is worth living for – or worth dying for! And if that wasn’t bad enough, Vodyanoy is still alive and he has a bone to pick with the Little Mermaid … literally. Who will survive the fall of Atlantis?”

Grimm #5
Written by David Greenwalt, Jim Kouf, Marc Gaffen and Kyle McVey, art by Jose Malaga and Lucio Parrillo
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T+, on sale Sep 11
“On the run with his mother and Maya, Nick must find his lost companions and regain the Coins of Zakynthos. Hank, Monroe and Lazlo may already have them within arm’s reach … but as the coins get closer, everyone’s true motivations are revealed – and not everyone will make it out alive!”

Hermes Press

Scratch 9: Cat Tails #2
Written by Rob M. Worley and Shane Houghton, art by Joshua Buchanan
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The world’s greatest superhero cat fetches five new solo tales featuring his nine lives! The witche’s cat puts a hex on black magic! The cyborg cat saves the city! The theater cat overcomes the uncouth! The Shaolin cat fights a bear! And Scratch himself reaches new levels of adventure! Fun for all-ages!”


My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #11
Written by Katie Cook, art by Andy Price and Stephanie Buscema
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Love is in the air as Katie Cook and Andy Price reveal the secret history of Shining Armor and Princess Cadance’s love! Before they were royalty, they were two teenagers who had no idea how to talk to each other! Find out how the romance started right here!”

My Little Pony: Micro-Series #8: Celestia
Written by Georgia Ball, art by Amy Mebberson and Sabrina Alberghetti
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Training the next generation of Canterlot’s protectors is no easy feat! When an aging Unicorn teacher begins to lose the respect of her students, Princess Celestia must step in to inspire everypony through her gentle guidance.”

Powerpuff Girls #1
Writing and art by Troy Little
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Citizens of Townsville, fear not! The Powerpuff Girls are back! In this IDW debut issue Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup are back to take down the meanest of the mean and the ugliest of the ugly! Plus, what fiendish secret is Mojo Jojo hiding? The answer is sure to surprise!”
crossie’s note: A boxed set with all four covers is also available, kind of like the My Little Pony one.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #26
Written by Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman, art by Mateus Santolouco and Kevin Eastman
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“While Leonardo and the Foot bring the fight to the Savate ninjas, the other Turtles call upon all of their allies to prepare for war. City Fall continues to escalate when Splinter crosses a line by helping Old Hob get his revenge!”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles New Animated Adventures #3
Written by David Tipton and Scott Tipton, art by Dario Brizuela
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Things get spooky after Mikey watches a few too many zombie movies! When the people of NYC start acting a little … mindless, it’s up to our fun-loving hero to face his fears and save the day! Will his brothers believe Mikey’s seemingly tall tale or will he be forced to face the hordes by himself?”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villain Microseries #6: Hun
Written by Mike Costa and Ben Epstein, art by Mike Henderson and Tyler Walpole
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“As the new leader of the Purple Dragons, the villainous Hun joins the war in City Fall! He’s already making friends in high places and imposing his will on anyone who stands in his way! Hun’s past will devastate the Turtles’ future!”

Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters #5
Written by Mairghread Scott and Mike Johnson, art by Agustin Padilla and Ken Christiansen
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Cybertron lives! The DinoBots lend a hand to their fellow underground Autobots … but things quickly go awry as the very planet begins to quake and shift. Floods, cave-ins, the very ground dropping from underneath … is Cybertron reborn or are these the last flailings of a dying planet?”

My Little Pony, Vol. 2
Trade Paperback
Written by Heather Nuhfer, art by Amy Mebberson
104 pages, full color, US $17.99
“It’s another unforgettable adventure in Equestria with all your favorite ponies, and a brand-new story arc! When a long-unseen enemy brings danger close to home and throws the Pony’s world into darkness, the Ponies will have to face new challenges and conquer old fears. Big changes are on the horizon that you won’t want to miss.”

Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 3
Trade Paperback
Written by Steve Murphy, Rick Remender and Peter Liehr, art by Dario Brizuela, Jim Lawson, Rick Remender and Peter Schaaff
120 pages, full color, US $19.99
“Volume 3 collects the first four issues of Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Volume Two, with the stories Not Forgotten, Seeds of Destruction and the two-part The Worms of Madness.”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Works, Vol. 2
Written by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, art by Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird, Dave Sim and Michael Dooney
256 pages, full color, US $49.99
“The original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles issues #8-11 plus the Michelangelo, Donatello and the Leonardo Micro-Series are collected in Volume Two of The Works!”


Elephantmen #51
Written by Richard Starkings, art by Axel Medellin and Boo Cook
40 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated M, on sale Sep 25
“Picking up the Pieces, Part One. Farrell is a Private Detective who never gave a second thought to the Elephantmen – until he was paid to.”

Mice Templar IV: Legend #7
Written by Bryan J.L. Glass and Michael Avon Oeming, art by Victor Santos and Michael Avon Oeming
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated T, on sale Sep 18
“Eye for an Eye. In an arena where starving cats battle for the entertainment of the rat army, One-Arm Leito comes face-to-face with the fearsome Captain Tosk!”

Savage Dragon #192
Writing and art by Erik Larsen
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated M, on sale Sep 18
“The Last Walk. For 21 years, Savage Dragon has been fighting the good fight. Now, that fight comes to its end.”


Adventure Time #20
Written by Ryan North, art by Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Finn and Jake have endured the Ice King’s weird emotional dungeon adventure, and the fiery pits created by Marceline’s dad … what will their final dungeon adventure bring? A great jumping-on point for dungeon masters and that friend of your’s who only buys RPG video games!”

Adventure Time: Candy Capers #3 (of 6)
Written by Yuko Ota and Ananth Panagariya, art by Ian McGinty
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The wacky team-ups keep coming hard and fast in the latest issue of this Peppermint Butter/Cinnamon Bun who-done-it Adventure Time caper! Last issue, we followed along as Marceline and Tree Trunks tried to be the hero team Ooo didn’t know it needed … who will try to take Finn and Jake’s place this issue? A great series for fans of crime spoofs and kids who can’t get enough of Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys!”

Garfield #17
Writing by Mark Evanier and Scott Nickel, art by Andy Hirsch and David Degrand
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“After Garfield’s thrilling battle with the Lasagna Monsters, what delicious delicacy could possibly want to take on the Fat Cat next? Well, hold on to your plates, as the Calzone Creature is here (and it’s hungry)!”

HeroBear & the Kid: The Inheritance #2 (of 5)
Writing and art by Mike Kunkel
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“After his grandfather passes away, 10-year old Tyler inherits an old stuffed toy bear and a broken pocket watch. If dealing with bullies wasn’t enough, he soon learns that things aren’t always what they seem … and that you shouldn’t judge a bear by its cover. In this issue, join Tyler and Herobear as Tyler finds out he kinda loves this superhero gig! A beautifully rendered work that perfectly captures what it is to be a kid.”

Peanuts #12
Writing and art by Charles M. Schulz
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Taking on the role of tutor, Peppermint Patty must teach Sally Brown the art of being a good student. Luckily Peppermint Patty has some tricks up her sleeve. No one knows their way around the classroom better than the one and only Peppermint Patty! This and many more adventures can be found in this brand new issue of Peanuts!”

Regular Show #6
Written by KC Green, art by Allison Strejlau
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The start of a new arc! Join Mordecai and Rigby at the start of another adventure … this time, with pizza puppies? A fun-loving series for anyone who loves slacker humor and a variety of rad artists putting their spin on popular characters! Great for both rad kids and rad adults!”

Adventure Time: Fionna & Cake
Trade Paperback
Writing and art by Natasha Allegri
160 pages, full color, US $19.99
“Sugar, spice and everything ice?! It’s the critically acclaimed Adventure Time spin-off starring our favorite gender-bent characters. It’s up to Fionna and Cake to save the day from the Ice Queen, hopefully with the help of her friends Prince Gumball and Marshall Lee, this adventure will be a piece of cake! Ice Queen is creating havoc again when she decides to try out some of her wicked cool ice magic on some poor Fire Lions! Fionna and Cake to the rescue, only they might be too late for their fiery prince! Will they be able to save Flame Prince in time, can they stop the Ice Queen from being so dang mean all the time, will Lumpy Space Prince find out the meaning of true beauty?! It’s all collected in this trade, written and illustrated by animation sensation Natasha Allegri and featuring short stories from amazing indie artists, including Lucy Knisley (Stop Paying Attention) and Kate Leth (Kate or Die!). Featuring a lush art style, and a fable-line storyline that appeals to young and old and a perfect comic for any kid in your life!”

Kodansha Comics

Sherlock Bones Volume 1
Trade Paperback
Writing and art by Yuma Anda
200 pages, black and white, US $10.99
“Sherlock Holmes is reborn with a twist. Sherlock Bones has the enigmatic detective reincarnated as a dog! And there’s not slowing this hound down once he’s on the scent of a good mystery. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic super sleuth has seen a strong revival in modern culture with the BBC’s Sherlock and CBS’ Elementary. Now manga fans can get their fill of deductive reasoning with Sherlock Bones! With a nice balance of playful humor and serious drama, this title will appeal to all ages, especially fans of a good mystery.”

Lerner Publishing Group

The Little Prince Volume 11: The Planet of Libris
Trade Paperback
Written by Agnes Bidaud and Clotilde Bruneau, art by Elyeum Studio
56 pages, full color, US $7.95
“What’s happening on the Planet of Libris? Books have started flying away and disappearing! Who would want to prevent citizens from reading? The Little Prince investigates and discovers a story of romance and jealousy!”

The Little Prince Volume 12: The Planet of Ludokaa
Trade Paperback
Written by Clotilde Bruneau and Clelia Constantine, art by Elyeum Studio
56 pages, full color, US $7.95
“On this planet, two kingdoms are fighting over who gets to watch the sunset. One day, instead of fighting, they decide to play a game called Ludokaa. But the night before the big competition, the two communities are on the point of another battle!”

Trade Paperback
Written by Emilio Ruiz, art by Ana Miralles
56 pages, full color, US $7.95
“Waluk, a young polar bear, wakes to find his mother has left him alone in their icy den. This is the wa of polar bears and now he must fend for himself. But he doesn’t know much about the world. While the other bears raid tourists’ luggage and bef for sardines at a research base, Manitak, a cracnky old bear with missing teeth and a bad sense of smell, teaches Waluk about seals, foxes changing seasons and – when Manitak is caught in a trap – human beings. The humans, who think they’re acting humanely, plan to put him down, but Waluk rallies the other bumbling polar bears on a rescue mission! An afterword by the author discusses animal habitats and environmental issues.”


Avengers Arena #15
Written by Dennis Hopeless, art by Kev Walker and Mike Deodato
32 pages, US $2.99, rated T+
“Boss Level part two: The UK love triangle explodes! Nara … Anachronism … Bloodstone: whose heart gets broken – or stopped? You think you know Cullen’s big secret – guess again!”

The Emerald City of Oz #3 (of 5)
Written by Eric Shanower, art by Skottie Young
32 pages, US $3.99, rated all ages
“General Guph persuades the most evil race alive – the shape-shifting Phanfasms of Mt. Phantastica – to join the Nome Army. Have the Nomes bitten off more than they can chew? Meanwhile, unaware of the danger to Oz, Dorothy, Aunt Em and Uncle Henry continue sight-seeing. They put together living puzzles, suffer abuse from living kitchen utensils and drool over living baked goods.”

Guardians of the Galaxy #7
Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Sara Pichelli
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T
“With the mysterious Angela now on the team and the massive effects of Infinity beginning to rise, the galaxy’s most mismatched heroes find themselves at a crossroads. Plus: All covers feature a special digital variant cover activated by the Marvel AR app.”

Marvel Universe Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes #18
Written by Joshua Fine
32 pages, US $2.99, rated all ages
“Escaping his alien abductors, human Michael Korvac returns to Earth seeking the Avengers’ protection. For the Avengers, defending Korvac will mean going toe to toe with the Guardians of the Galaxy! Based on Season 2 of the hit Disney XD TV show!”

Seven Seas Entertainment LLC

Monster Musume Volume 1
Writing and art by Okayado
192 pages, black and white, US $12.99
“Monsters – they’re real, and they want to date us! Three years ago, the world learned that harpies, centaurs, catgirls and all manners of fabulous creatures are not merely fiction; they are flesh and blood, not to mention scale, feather, horn and fang. When a hapless human teenager named Kurusu Kimihito is inducted into a government exchange program, his world is turned upside down. A snake-like lamia named Miia comes to live with him, and it is Kurusu’s job to take care of her and make sure she integrates into his everyday life. Unfortunately for Kurusu, Miia is undeniably sexy, and the law against interspecies breeding is very strict. Even worse, when a ravishing centaur girl and a flirtatious harpy movie in, what’s a full-blooded teenage human with raging hormones to do?”
192 pages, black and white, US $12.99, rated mature themes

Titan Comics

Wallace & Gromit: The Complete Newspaper Comic Strips Collection
Written by Steve White, art by Mychaila Kazbrid and John Burns
136 pages, full color, US $14.99
“Foreword by creator Nick Park! This collection chronicles the adventures of that quintessentially British inventor, Wallace and his ever-helpful canine companion, Gromit. The strip, which appears daily in The Sun, the UK’s most popular daily newspaper, is read by an audience of 2.3 million readers. The full-color strip features a self-contained, weekly-continuity that sees our plucky, bald inventor race from one hair-brained invention to the next with gusto, extreme silliness and more puns than you can shake a stick at! Collects the first 52 weeks – 311 strips which appeared daily from May 2010 to May 2011.”

United Plankton Pictures

SpongeBob Comics #24
Written by Graham Annable and Aaron Renier, art by Graham Annable and Gregg Schigiel
32 pages, full color, US $2.99
“In our greediest issue yet, Eugene Krabs, owner of the Krusty Krab and SpongeBob’s penny-penching boss, scuttles into the spotlight. First, Krabs hears of a mythical tree with dollar bills for leaves. To what ends will he go to possess this fiscal foliage? You, SpongeBob and Squidward all find out in The Mooney Tree by Graham Annable. For this issue’s pin-up, former Air Pirates artist Gary Hallgren paints a giant Bikini Bottom dollar bill with Krabs himself in the presidential spot. Also, in Squidmund Visits, Squidward’s got company, so he must get his house’s feng shui in order. But Squidward forgot to plan for one thing – or make that two things; one yellow, one pink! All this plus facts about sand dollars, Patrick’s introduction to the 3-second rule and an adorable back cover by Graham Annable!”


Fables #133
Written by Bill Willingham, art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha and John van Fleet
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated mature readers, on sale Sep 18
“As Rose Red tries to pull everyone together, a certain dead man has left his remains on the coroner’s table …”

Fairest #19
Written by Sean E. Williams, art by Stephen Sadowski, Phil Jimenez and Adam Hughes
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated mature readers, on sale Sep 4
“In The Dhole of War, part 5 of The Return of the Maharaja, Charming and Nalayani track down the dhole confront them, Nalayani’s village faces its ultimate fate, and the master of the dhole reveals himself to our heroes in a shocking turn of events!”

Yen Press

Soul Eater Volume 16
Trade Paperback
Writing and art by Atsushi Ohkubo
192 pages, black and white, US $11.99, rated mature themes
“After a successful operation at Baba Yaga Castle, DWMA prepares a new offensive strategy centered around a select group of elite students – the Spartoi. Like the other members of the Spartoi, Maka and Soul undergo rigorous training, probing the boundaries of Soul’s hard-won new potential as a weapon. Maka’s soul perception ability has made her the enemy’s next target, and she and Soul know they will have to step it up fast – Eibon and his followers are coming, ready or not!”
crossie’s note: Blair (in cat form) makes the cover! Yay! I just named my new kitten after her, which, on further reflection, is actually kind of disturbing.


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I'd find Monster Musume more interesting if they'd made the "fabulous creatures" anthropomorphic animals rather than zoomorphic humans, but I guess that was inevitable.

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I concede that your article length is bigger than mine.

That being said, when you later start complaining about a lack of furry content in some argument down the line, I hope you come back to this page cross, lol.

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If you could see how many pages I'm skipping, (not to mention how marginal many of these entries are) ...

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So you're not going to happy until furry content outnumbers human content... ho boy, that's going to take awhile... XD

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Naw, not outnumbers, but there's like five pages in the hundreds I can count on to feature really furry stuff. You take out Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog page, IDW's My Little Pony and TMNT page, and the kaBoom! pages, and you're not left with a lot.

Though, come to think of it, while zombies still rule the horror comics (Archie Comics is starting an adults only zombie Archie comic, no kidding), werewolves do outnumber vampires, so that might be something.

Also, admittedly, if I were to list every comic with a furry recurring character (which I totally would do if I knew they were there; see Hack/Slash or Soul Eater), there would probably be fewer gaps. Then again, maybe not; I'm pretty familiar with the casts and supporting casts of Marvel comics, and Marvel Previews would pretty much be a waste for me to get if I was just getting it for these lists (though now with Guardians of the Galaxy, there's at least one guaranteed furry book a month).

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