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I Don’t Care If It Stunts My Growth

Edited by GreenReaper as of Tue 28 Sep 2021 - 20:35
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A Furry Fandom favorite moves further into the eye of the mainstream, thanks to AMP! Comics For Kids. Now they bring us the Ozy and Millie Graphic Novel Volume 1 — written and illustrated by Dana Simpson, of course. “From the creator of the enormously popular Phoebe and Her Unicorn series comes Ozy and Millie, a playful comic exploring the friendship between two foxes. Meet Ozy and Millie, two middle-grade students in Seattle who also happen to be foxes. This comic centers around these two best friends as they take on the everyday challenges all middle-graders face-bullies, tests, and the dread of going back to school after a surprise snow day. Ozy is a young male fox whose adoptive father happens to be a dragon and frequent presidential candidate. Ozy’s calm and thoughtful demeanor is constantly tested by Millie’s rambunctious and rebellious pursuits.” Find out more over at Previews. Available now from Andrews McMeel.

image c. 2018 Andrews McMeel Publishing


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You realize, don't you?, that Ozy and Millie by Simpson (who then went by D.C.) was one of the most popular furry webcomics back in the late 1990s, predating Phoebe and Her Unicorn by quite a few years. Some of those comics were published by Plan 9 Production (which I wonder whatever became of). Now I'm curious how much this new graphic novel draws from that earlier material.

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Oh yes I realize, believe me -- I own several of the previous collections! But having material out through such a big-name publisher now will me there's that much more chance of O & M being seen by the general public in book stores (if there are such things anymore...).

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Wait, Phoebe and Her Unicorn is by the same person as Ozy and Millie? I thought the artist was--

[Checks Wikipedia]


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