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Anthro Comics,Graphic Novels and Animal Comics

Bloodhowl

Well-Known Member
Just setting up a list of anthro comics and Animal Comics for those who are interested in knowing of what kind of furry type comics are out there. That you can buy at stores or online.


Anthro Comic Books and Graphic Novels:

Solo: The Survivors of Chaos by Oscar Martin
Black Sad
The Great Catsby
Mouse Guard
The Wilds End
Autumn Lands Tooth and Claw
Nordguard
Squarriors
Elephantmen
Kennel Block Blues
Mirror
Tall Tails Theives Quest
The Western Deep
Caterwall
The Mice Templar
Redwall (theres a regular novel too, with no pictures if your looking for that)
The Dog Days of Summer
Red Lantern
The tortoise and the hare written and illustrated by marilyn cole
Lackadaisy
Wuffle comics
Inverloch
Flight (has some anthro comics in them)
Island (same)
Grandville Mon Armour
Tiger! Tiger! Tiger!
Maus
VGCats
Spirit Leaves
Housepets
Bearnutscomic
Digger
Amulet
The Mighty Zodiac
Franko fables of the last earth
Klaw
Tiny Kitten Teeth
Peachy Keen
Vacancy by Jen Lee, Nobrow
Omaha The Cat Dancer
Gold Digger
The Astounding Wolf-Man
Missle Mouse
Cogs and Claws
Oink
Circles
Animal Noir
Unnatural
Atlas and Axis
Tiger Lawyer
Milikardo Knights
Tellos
The Snagglepuss Chronicles

Animal Comics

Pride of Baghdad
The gifted
Rover Red Charlie
Love The Fox
Love The Tiger
Love The Lion
Beasts of Burden
WE3
Animosity,Animosity: The Rise,World of Animosity,Animosity: Evolution,
The Other Dead (zombie animals)
 
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Sagabel

Member
yeah i was mainly posting comics and graphic novels that you can physically have in your hands.
Okay, so I highly recommend Omaha. It has great art and very good writing. But like I said, for mature audiences. But the M-rated stuff is definitely not cheap and is tastefully done, with heart.
 

Bloodhowl

Well-Known Member
Okay, so I highly recommend Omaha. It has great art and very good writing. But like I said, for mature audiences. But the M-rated stuff is definitely not cheap and is tastefully done, with heart.
cool i will check it out.
 
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mylittlepkle

Guest
I would strongly Recommend Black sad if you enjoy gritty noir or Redwall if you enjoy reading about delicious food and strangely gruesome deaths lol.
 

MrPhox

Well-Known Member
redwall delicious food and gruesome death? The only read wall I know was a good cartoon^^

Silver Wings also, shade got a cute body, light muscle compare to Marina who's got no muscle.
 
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mylittlepkle

Guest
redwall delicious food and gruesome death? The only read wall I know was a good cartoon^^

Silver Wings also, shade got a cute body, light muscle compare to Marina who's got no muscle.

I mean the novels not the PBS cartoon (although the cartoon was great too).
 
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