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FOXES AND GRAPES #1 is a vapor-zine no more!

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From Richard de Wylfin on "Some time ago, you may have seen the official web site of my comic book Foxes and Grapes and wondered: so where is this comic book? You might have even bought a copy of the sixteen-page #0 issue (the prototype) from me at Anthrocon 1998 (artist's alley) and 1999 (dealer's room). So where is #1? It's ready right now! On April 20, it made its official debut at SPACE 2002 in Columbus, Ohio. Starting today, it's now available to you, and you can order it through Paypal on the front page of the site."



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I'll say the same thing about your webpage link as McCoy said in Star Trek, "He's dead, Jim." Either that or the link was just vaporware, even if the comic isn't.

Hint: Post an article with links, and the website is guaranted go down within the hour!

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It was an editorial problem with a malformed link. Sorry about that.

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Independent Review: I just got a copy of this in the mail. While it's not bad for 3 bucks, (a xerox based booklett) I have to say it needs a lot more development in the story line to get me to buy another issue. The art was fair, and not bad for what I paid - and I do like to support emmerging artists... but this is no where near the story or art quality of Furrlough, Genus, Associated Student Bodies or many other mainstream furry comics. Hope you continue the story, but please... have someone edit/review it too. Good Luck with #2!

Grace and Peace - Camstone Fox

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