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That New Rabbit is Strange…

Cantrip The Magic Rabbit is an on-line “anthropomorphic comedy” black & white comic created by “the popular Furrlough duo of Shon Howell and Phil Gibson” (according to the publishers). Here’s the description: “Strange things are happening in Templarsville, Oklahoma. The students at Julius Schwartz Memorial High are abuzz about the new girl, Candice Tripp. They say there’s something unusual about her, possibly unnatural. Of course, the fact that she was discovered in an abandoned house outside of town with complete amnesia lends itself well to these types of fanciful imagination. With her new friends, Candice will learn what it’s like to live in a normal town, until her very un-normal past comes back to haunt her!” Now Radio Comix are releasing the collected Cantrip The Magic Rabbit as a softcover graphic novel next month. You can find out more about it at Second Ed.

image c. 2013 Radio Comix

A SCOOP from Radio Comix!

Recently the artist Heather Bruton put up the piece you see below up on her Fur Affinity page. It’s the cover for a brand-new comic book anthology that’s coming up from Radio Comix, “focusing on human/furry interactions”. That’s all we have so far, this lovely cover — no word yet on format, artists, writers, or a release date. But this certainly grabs our interest! Keep up with In-Fur-Nation through 2010 and we’ll let you know when we find out more.

And with that little scoop, let us wish you all a Happy New Year in 2010!

Rod O’Riley, your ed-otter

"Wedding Night", c. 2009 by Heather Bruton

"Wedding Night", c. 2009 by Heather Bruton

Returning to the roots!

Antarctic Press and Radio Comix have teamed up once again to bring us the new souped-up Furrlough Color Special #1, in full color, of course! Various artists from both companies have worked together to create this special 48-page funny-animal one-shot: People like Phil “Poinko” Gibson, Smudge, David Davis, Remi Perron, David Goodman, Arthur Goodman, Fred Perry, and Ben Dunn.