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Upcoming furry comics for May 2015

Edited by earthfurst as of Thu 6 Aug 2015 - 02:27
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squirrelgirl1skottieyoung.jpgFurry comics making the best-sellers list for the month of January 2015 include:

Antarctic Press

Gold Digger #223
Writing and art by Fred Perry
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Serpentus botches a secret mission to Jade right in plain sight of Julia, G’nolga and Rhoaton, who are scouting for signs of Dreadwing’s newest terrifying weapon. They chase Serpentus into a volcanic ruin and corner him, only for him to trigger the mountain’s eruption!”

Archie Comic Publications

Sonic Boom #8
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Dan Schoening and Patrick Spaz Spaziante
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Sonic/Mega Man: Worlds Unite, part two: it was just another day at the races. Things start to get weird, even for the lovable, paranoid Sticks, when X and the Maveric Hunters arrived! Meanwhile, the epic bromance of the century is rekindled as the captured Drs. Eggman and Wily are forced to turn their life-long nemeses – Sonic and Mega Man – into minions for the terrifying Sigma! Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man unite once more – and this time Sonic Boom and Mega Man X are joining the fray! Featuring cover art from legendary Patrick ‘Spaz’ Spaziante, a special ‘happy fun time crossover’ variant by Ryan Jampole and part 2 of the epic 12 part connecting variant cover series by artist Ben Bates!”

Sonic the Hedgehog #273
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Terry Austin and Patrick Spaz Spaziante
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Sonic/Mega Man: Worlds Unite, part 3. It’s a cascade of cross-dimensional chaos! On Sonic’s World, the Freedom Fighters are battling with the terrifying arsenal of M’egga Man! On Mega Man’s World, the Robot Masters can’t keep up with the super speedy Sonic Man! Who can possibly save our heroes? The answer is sure to surprise you! Featuring cover art from the legendary Patrick ‘Spaz’ Spaziante, villain variant by T.Rex and part 3 of the epic 12-part connecting variant cover series by artist Ben Bates!”

Sonic Universe #73
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Dan Schoening and Patrick Spaz Spaziante.
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The Sonic/Mega Man crossover event begins here! It’s the epic first chapter of the biggest story in Sonic/Mega Man comic book history with World Unite, part one! Get ready for cross-world treachery as the wicked Sigma escapes the world of Mega Man X and arrives in Dr. Eggman’s secret Lost Hex base! When Sigma promises new power to the Deadly Six, how long do you think they’ll stay loyal to Dr. Eggman? And just where exactly are our heroes during all this? Looks like Sonic and Mega Man are right in the middle of an ambush! The sense-shattering sequel to World Collide starts right now! Featuring cover art from the legendary Patrick ‘Spaz’ Spaziante, Rafa Knight, and part 1 of the epic 12-part connecting variant cover series by artist Ben Bates!”

Bongo Comics

United Plankton Pictures

SpongeBob Comics #44
Writing and art by Dave DeGrand, written by Chuck Dixon, art by Jacob Chabot
32 pages, full color, US $2.99
“Gangster fish have made the Krusty Krab their hangout, and it’s up to Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob to figure out a way to get rid of them! Must they resort to Pactrick the Hypnotist? Fine out in ‘SpongeFellas’! Then, in ‘Not so Great Expectations,’ take a trip to Blockville, the lamest, most decrepit theme park on the ocean floor. Surely nobody could enjoy a visit to … oh, wait, here comes SpongeBob! Never mind.”

Boom! Studios


Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard Vol. 3 #3 (of 4)
Writing and art by David Petersen, Ramon K. Perez, Jake Parker and Eric Talbot
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The mice at the June Alley Inn continue to tell their stories in an attempt to clear their tabs. Featuring inventive mice, haunting cicadas and other stories from Ramon K. Perez (Hawkeye), Jake Parker (Rocket Raccoon) and Eric Talbot (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles).”


Adventure Time #40
Witten by Christopher Hastings, Henry Leo and Matt Fraction, art by Zachary Sterling, Mike Oeming and Paul Pope
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“It’s a special interactive, one-shot issue! Magic Man plans to use the reader to help beat Finn and Jake, but can our heroes turn the tables? Features a special short written by debut writer Henry Leo and Matt Fraction (Hawkeye)!”

Bee and PuppyCat #12
Written by Patrick Seery, art by Megan Brennan and Flynn Nicholls
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Bee wants to get an awesome present for Deckard, but she’s totally broke. Luckily PuppyCat is on the case and gets her a mission … doing yardwork?”

Peanuts #28
Writing and art by Charles M. Schulz, written by Jeff Dyer, art by Scott Jeralds
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“With the arrival of an eclipse, Linus prepares the gang for the worst. Using Charlie Brown’s perfectly round head as a placeholder for the sun, he must do all he can to keep them from staring into the upcoming rays. Sunny Disposition and more adventures are in store in this brand-new issue!”

Regular Show #23
Written by Mad Rupert, art by Allison Strejlau and Andy Hirsch
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Rigby and Hi-Five Ghost find cryptic information about the strange movie from Rigby’s childhood on a message board, leading them to believe it was about dinosaur aliens!”

Dark Horse

Abe Sapien #23
Written by Mike Mignola and Scott Allie, art by Kevin Nowlan
32 pages, full color, US $3.50, on sale May 13
“Hellboy and Abe Sapien search for the infamous lake monster Ogopogo in British Columbia, as Kevin Nowlan (Hellboy: Buster Oakley Gets His Wish) rejoins the Mignolaverse!”

Usagi Yojimbo #145
Writing and art by Stan Sakai
24 pages, black and white, US $3.50, on sale May 20
“Stan Sakai triumphantly returns to his signature creation, just in time for Usagi to find himself caught up in a fight between his thief friend Kitsune and a ninja intent on getting the mysterious scroll Kitsune has stolen, at any cost!”


Convergence: Harley Quinn #2
Writing and art by Steve Pugh, art by Phil Winslade and John Dell
40 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T, on sale May 6
“Starring heroes from the pre-Flashpoint DCU! Harley Quinn, Catwoman and Poison Ivy fight Captain Carrot and his Amazing Zoo Crew – to the death! This extra-sized issue includes a sneak peek at what’s coming up in the DC Universe!”

Scooby-Doo Team-Up #10
Written by Sholly Fisch, art by Dario Brizuela
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated E, on sale May 6
“A cursed gem? A living mummy? They’re just the things to bring Scooby and the gang on the run – and pique the curiosity of Dr. Benton Quest. But when the ‘mummy’ kidnaps Dr. Quest, the gang will have to team up with Quest’s son Jonny and his friends, Race, Hadji and Bandit to rescue the famed scientist!”

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #57
Writing and art by Scott Gross
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated E, on sale May 13
“A ghost haunts the bridge of Lake Hivasu with rhyme and riddle – can the gang solve it for the townspeople? Or will they get caught in the middle?”


Fables: The Wolf Among Us #5
Written by Matthew Sturges and Dave Justus, art by Travis Moore, Shawn McManus, Stephen Sadowski and Chrissie Zullo
40 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated mature readers, on sale May 13
“The bodies pile up and the case takes a turn for the personal, as it looks like Bigby’s crime-solving partner just ended up on the wrong side of a toe tag. Plus, flash back to the 17th-century Salem, Massachusetts, to see how Bigby became the man he is today!”

Wolf Moon #6
Written by Cullen Bunn, art by Jeremy Haun and Leonardo Manco
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated mature readers, on sale May 6
“Dillon has never been closer to stopping the Wolf, but a killer stands in his way. Using ancient rituals, the killer plans to turn the body-jumping gifts of the Wolf to his own vile purposes. Unless Dillon and Cayce act quickly, the death toll to this point will look like nothing. Must Dillon make the ultimate sacrifice to stop a madman and destroy the monster that ruined his life?”


Angry Birds Comics #11
Written by Kari Korhonen, art by Paco Rodriques and Pasi Pitkanen
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Lip caterpillars? What in blue blazes is going on with all the Minion Pigs’ face furniture? And will the end result of all these flavor savers spell ultimate doom for our furious fowl?!”

Donald Duck #1
Writing and art by Romano Scarpa, written by Dick Kinney and Jonathan Gray, art by Mau Heymans, All Hubbard and Jan-Roman Pikula
48 pages, full color, US $3.99
“In ‘Shellfish Motives,’ Donald wants to be a crimebustin’ ace reporter – but can he save Uncle Scrooge’s top-secret scientist from the mob?”

My Little Pony: Friends Forever #16
Written by Jeremy Whitley, art by Jenn Blake and Amy Mebberson
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“When Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon see those obnoxious blank flanks, the Cutie Mark Crusaders, threaten to win a school contest, they decide to go all out to make sure the best ponies win! (Being themselves, of course!)”

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #30
Written by Christina Rice, art by Agnes Garbowska
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Ponyville Days, part 1. A massive event celebrating Ponyville’s founding is nearing but an argument between friends splits the town into two argumentative factions!”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #46
Written by Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman, art by Mateus Santolouco
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Casey prepares for a final showdown with Hun as the Purple Dragons run amok. Meanwhile the TMNT struggle to reunite as a family while a greater threat looms … what is the Stockman Swarm?”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters: Director’s Cut
Written by Erik Burnham and Tom Waltz, art by Dan Schoening
48 pages, full color, US $5.99
“The cross-over smash from 2014 returns in the form of a Director’s Cut Edition! Tom Waltz, Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening all give behind-the-scenes testimony detailing the creation of the story and reveal all of the Easter eggs hidden in each issue! The perfect book for any fan of TMNT or Ghostbusters!”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutanimals #4 (of 4)
Written by Paul Allor, art by Andy Kuhn
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The climactic showdown between the Mutanimals and Null! Surprises await both sides of the conflict!”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Animated Adventures #23
Written by Matthew K. Manning, art by Dario Brizuela and Chad Thomas
“Something is haunting the sewers! Michelangelo is convinced it’s ghosts, but the true terror could prove much more deadly!”

TMNT Color Classics, Vol. 3 #5
Written by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, art by Jim Lawson and A.C. Farley
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The TMNT Color Classics line continues! In ‘City at War, part three,’ the TMNT have been reduced to playing street vigilantes as a full-scale war is brewing in the criminal underworld. Will they be ready when the Foot Clan finally launch their attack?”

Uncle Scrooge #2
Writing and art by Jonathan Gray, written by Jan Kruse, art by Bas Heymans
40 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Shiver Me Timbers! Hunting a haunted Caribbean treasure, Scrooge is guided by three ghost pirates’ disembodied hand, foot and eyeball!”


The CBLDF Presents: Elephantmen: Shots #1
Written by Richard Starkings, art by Dougi Braithwaite, Ian Churchill, Boo Cook, Shaky Kane, Moritat, Tim Sale, Dave Sim and J. Scott Campbell
40 pages, full color, US $5.99, rated M, on sale May 27
“Led by Tim Sale’s 9 page When the Night Comes story, this special collects all the Elephantmen strips from Hero Comics, Liberty Comics and The Thought Bubble Anthology. Features the hard to find Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog and Marine Man crossovers and beautiful covers by J. Scott Campbell and Tim Sale! All proceeds go to the CBLDF!”

Mice Templar V: Night’s End #3
Written by Bryan J. L. Glass and Michael Avon Oeming, art by Victor Santos and Serna Guerra
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T, on sale May 27
“Twists of Fate. Long ago, two brothers fought for control of the Templar and plunged the Dark Lands into chaos and tyranny. Now, no the brink of restoration and Victory … Karic and Cassius, Leito and Pilot grapple over which noble mouse deserves to wield the sacred Mark of Kuhl-En and lead the final assault on the palace. One will win. One will die. And the hearts of those who survive will be forever changed.”


Guardians of the Galaxy #27
Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art Valerio Schiti
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T
“Guardians no more? Following the Black Vortex, the Guardians have come into conflict with one another more and more. With rifts forming between them, will their friendship and history be enough to hold the team together?”

Guardians Team-Up #5
Written by Andy Lanning and Andy Schmidt, art by Gustavo Duarte and Humberto Ramos
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T+
“The universe’s most powerful cabal of villainy has formed right under the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’ noses – and they never noticed! This group of fowl (get it!) villains is the Pets of Evil Masters! And they’re after world domination! Rocket must team-up with the Pet Avengers (much to his dismay) to face down the foes that no one else can (or will bother with) in this Earth-Shattering adventure that can only be told in the Mighty Marvel Manner!”

Howard the Duck #3
Written by Chip Zdarsky, art by Joe Quinones
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T+
“Howard’s first big case goes off the rails as he’s pulled into investigating a NYC crime spree! But this spree features a Very Special Guest Star! We’ll only give you one hint: they’re a Marvel Comics character who has ‘died’ before! Hope that narrows it down for you, True Believer!”

Marvel Universe Guardians of the Galaxy #4 (of 4)
Written by Joe Caramagna, art by Jeff Wamester
32 pages, US $2.99, rated all ages
“Based on the hit new series, follow the further adventures of the Guardians of the Galaxy! Final issue! Is this the end for our dear Guardians or can they save the galaxy one more time? Rocket and Groot finally get the spotlight!”

Rocket Raccoon #11
Writing and art by Skottie Young, art by Jake Parker
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T
“Does the book of Half-World actually exist? Or was it al just one big hoax? And finally, is Rocket really alone in the world? You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll wish you were a raccoon! (I mean a gun-wielding, smack-talking tough guy who happens to be covered in fur!)

Spider-Verse #1
Written by Mike Costa, art by Andre Aruajo and Nick Bradshaw
40 pages, US $4.99, rated T
“Spinning out of the Spider-Verse event, a team of Spiders finds themselves face-to-face with Battleworld! Starring Spider-Gwen, Spider-Man Noir, Spider-Man: India, Mayday Parker, Spider-UK and Spider-Ham!”

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #5
Written by Ryan North, art by Erica Henderson
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T
“The breakout character o 2015 continues her one-woman crusade against injustice and jerks in this standalone issue, a perfect jumping-on point for new readers! These tails of the Squirrel Girl will show you the Marvel Universe’s most powerful super hero from a bunch of brand-new perspectives, several of them quite astonishing. This comic is actually a bunch of minicomics in one, giving it definitely the #1 most-comics-per-actual-physical-comic value in stores today!”

Zenescope Entertainment Inc.

Little Mermaid Issue 4 (of 5)
Written by Meredith Finch, art by Miguel Mendonca and Ivan Nunes
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Zenescope’s brand new re-imagining of a classic continues … Will a betrayal from within be enough to wrest Erica from the clutches of Hibocorp? Will Ursula be successful in convincing the King of Atlantis that she holds the key to the survival of his only child? Will Erica lose her family before she has the opportunity to even learn of their existence? Join the Little Mermaid in this dramatic struggle for control of the very sea itself.”

Silver Dragon Books

Jurassic Strike Force 5 Vol. 2 Issue 1
Written by Joe Brusha, art by Roger Bonet Martinez
32 pages, full color, US $1.00
“Special $1 issue as Zenescope All-Ages imprint Silver Dragon Books return with the newest installment of fan-favorite Jurassic Strike Force 5! Earth’s Original Heroes are back as The Jurassic Strike Force 5 team returns. A new threat has arrived and the wise-cracking, butt-kicking team of Dino-soldiers is called back into action to save the world.”
crossie’s note: Until next time, let the ponies hit the floor!


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I wouldn't consider Squirrel Girl "furry" simply because she has a tail, though that's just an OPINION.

The art though... for somebody who is slowly mastering the brush, that is a high goal to aim for.

Well, I'll be...

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I thing my usual comment is "vaguely furry" or "semi-furry" (and not because of the tail, but because of the ability to speak to squirrels which renders the squirrels furry supporting characters). Perhaps a more cynical way to put it is "furrier than most of the movies to win the Ursa Major this decade."

Also, that's Skottie Young; he's amazing. Just do a Google search.

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Wait, I already know him!

Well, I'll be...

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We got a suggestion for Autumlands, apparently out monthly.

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That is actually interesting.

Well, I'll be...

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Yes, very furry; I actually didn't see it this month. Either they're taking May off, or I just missed it, even though I actually looked for it, and since it's an Image book, and Image is the only freaking company that uses alphabetical order, I should have found it.

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