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Furry comics for October 2014 (Previews and Marvel Previews)

Edited by GreenReaper as of Sun 12 Apr 2015 - 20:03
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Guardians of the Galaxy was the only furry comic to make it to the top 100 list again, so I’ve got nothing.

Action Lab Entertainment

Hero Cats #3
Written by Kyle Puttkammer, art by Marcus Williams
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Would you like to play a game? Duty calls as the Hero Cats defend Stellar City against Johnny Arcado’s dangerous digitized minions. But in this game, there is no reset button!”

Antarctic Press

Gold Digger #216
Writing and art by Fred Perry
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The final chapter in Penny and Ace’s honeymoon saga and the final showdown between Ace and Dark Bird! It’s an underground volcanic dogfight to the death over the remains of the ancient buried city of gigantic, autonomous, transforming iron golems! One shall stand and one shall fall!”

Steampunk Goldilocks
Writing and art by Rod Espinosa
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“This new Goldilocks may find that the three bears’ boilers are too hot or too cold, that their armor plating is too big or too small or that their mechs’ piston-cycling is too hard or soft … but when Rod Espinosa brings you yet another classic fairy tale spun steampunk style, the results will be just right!”

Ape Entertainment

Tugg: A Hero Among Us #2
Writing and art by Blake Ovard, written by Kim Ovard
28 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Tugg finds himself facing the end of the world! What has caused the tear in the fabric of reality that holds dimensions apart, and can Tugg summon all of his super hero abilities and the many other animal super heroes in L.E.A.S.H. (League of Extraordinary Animal Super Heroes), repair the damage and save the day?! Find out as one of this year’s most anticipated series continues.”

Archie Comic Publications

Sonic Boom #1
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Evan Stanley, Rick Bryant and Patrick Spaz Spaziante
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Here comes the BOOM! Based on the new hit TV and video game comes Sonic Boom, a new ongoing Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series from Archie Comics! Sonic the Hedgehog and his friends are back and ready to do battle with the evil Dr. Eggman and his diabolical death-machines! This ground-breaking new chapter in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise puts a new spin on all your favorite heroes and villains – plus new faces and hilarious new stories chock-full of action! Featuring a stunning first issue cover by Sonic art legend Patrick Spaz Spaziante and 4-part ‘Here Comes the Boom’ collector covers from series artists Evan Stanley, Rick Bryant and Matt Herms!”

Sonic the Hedgehog #266
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Tracy Yardley and Jim Amash
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Ambushes, part 1. Sonic’s in need of some inner peace, but it’s going to take more than yoga and meditation! He seeks the guidance of Mighty the Armadillo’s mentor, Moss the Sloth. Can the sage sage help Sonic tame the savage Werehog within? Meanwhile, Sally leads the freedom Fighters in recovering a Chaos Emerald – but could she be leading them right into a trap? Featuring all-new cover art from Lamar Wells and part 3 of a 3-part connecting ‘Super Smash’ collector cover set!”

Sonic Universe #69
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Tracy Yardley and Jim Amash
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The first ever Sonic Universe trilogy rolls on in ‘Total Eclipse,’ part 3! As the Dark Trilogy inches closer to its shocking conclusion, it’s a now holds barred battle between Knuckles and Shadow for the fate of Angel Island and the Master Emerald! As Sonic’s top rivals clash, the rest of Team Dark and Relic are attacked by Eclipse and the terrifying power of the Dark Arms! Featuring all-new cover art from Tracy Yardley, Jim Amash and Ben Hunzeker and part 1 of a 3-part connecting ‘Super Smash’ collector cover set!”

Banana Tale Press

The Boonana Halloween Special One-Shot
Written by Mark McKenna, art by Jim Calafiore, Shown McManus and Charles Paul Wilson
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
The Boonana Tale Halloween Special is a compilation of short stories written and drawn by some of today’s top comic book creators! A 32 page fun-filled, all ages extravaganza featuring the yellow-tailed maonkey and his best friends Reena and Tick Tac!”

Bongo Comics

United Plankton Pictures

SpongeBob Comics #37
Written by Derek Drymon and Dani Michaeli, art by Theo Ellsworth and Andy Rementer
32 pages, full color, US $2.99
“In our special ‘Dreams and Nightmares’ issue, SpongeBob dreams of runaway pants, of a giant Gary and of a powerful entity whose subconscious controls Bikini Bottom’s very reality! So, yeah, it’s pretty surreal, even for SpongeBob. Also: Maris Wicks (Primates) brings you true facts about nightmare creatures of the deep. All this plus the talents of Bob Flynn (Bravest Warriors), James Kochalka (Glorkian Warrior) and Gregg Schigiel (X-Babies).”

Boom! Studios

Wild’s End #2 (of 6)
Written by Dan Abnett, art by I.N.J. Culbard
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The search for the cause of a devastating fire that has left Crowchurch in mourning leads Clive and the others deep into the forest where they meet a new ally combating the alien threat at her door.”

Boom! Box

Teen Dog #2 (of 8)
Writing and art by Jake Lawrence
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“High school is tough, man. Even when you’re Teen Dog. Teachers, homework and bullies are always trying to cramp your style. That’s what buddies, pizza and good times are for. Gotta keep the good vibes going.”


Adventure Time #33
Written by Ryan North, art by Shelli Paroline, Braden Lamb and Hwei Lim
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Magic Man’s hold on Finn is proving to be stronger than anyone had thought and it’s taking the whole crew to band together to help their friend, only this time, there really might be nothing they can do. It’s up to Finn to stand up to Magic Man, if only he could find the bully.”

Adventure Time: Banana Guard Academy #4 (of 6)
Written by Kent Osborne, art by Mad Rupert and Aimee Fleck
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Looks like these recruits are finally rising to the occasion … but in a big NOT REALLY sort of way. Has the lead Banana finally figured out a way to get these peel-less jokes of Banana Guards out of his life? It might be time for Tree Trunks to take charge and give her fellow trainees something that they sorely need: help.”

The Amazing World of Gumball #5
Written by Frank Gibson, art by Tyseon Hesse and Missy Pena
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Gumball finally has the best plan, the greatest plan, really, the ONLY plan that he will ever need again! There is only one way to guarantee that he will be the coolest kid that ever was and that is … dramatic entrances?! Darwin does not enjoy being roped into a task that will undoubtedly get out of hand, but what is a best friend to do?”

The Amazing World of Gumball 2014 Special #1
Writing and art by Patrick Crotty, Missy Pena, Vincent Pianina, Matt Cummings, written by Zachary Clemente, art by Maris Wicks
48 pages, full color, US $4.99
“Gumball and his friends are getting together to see who can tell the best scary story. The competition is going to escalate quickly as this group of friends fight to creatively outdo each other in fright. Filled with stories by amazing creators, this is definitely going to be a special to pick up.”

Bee and Puppycat #6
Writing and art by Natasha Allegri, art by Garrett Jackson
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Nothing can ever be normal for poor Bee, and that includes getting strange house guests that make her non-temp life seem more like a full-time job! PuppyCat doesn’t say this often … well, he does, but he’s got a big case of the ‘told-you-so’s’ that Bee will definitely not want to hear.”

Garfield #30
Written by Mark Evanier and Scott Nickel, art by Andy Hirsch and Genevieve FT
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“As Halloween approaches, Garfield and the gang have nothing but treats for you! First, Garfield and Odie find a magic wand that turns their world upside down. Then, the amazing Genevieve FT returns to illustrate an awesome tale, as a Garfield cosplayer has to solve a mystery at a comic book convention.”

Peanuts #22
Writing and art by Charles M. Schulz
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“When stars fill the skies, Charlie Brown, Lucy and Linus must seek out the one star that can be called Charlie Brown’s own. ‘Charlie Brown’s Star’ and many more brand-new adventures like ‘Dogstoyefsky’ and ‘Sally’s Great Pumpkin’ can be found in this exciting issue of Peanuts.”

Regular Show #16
Written by KC Green, art by Allison Strejlau and Andy Hirsch
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The smoke is finally clearing and it looks like there is only one victor in this crazy dash of coffee beans and caffeine. Mordecai and Rigby can only make things worse, but is Eileen’s insane faith in Rigby going to pull through for her this time around? The coffee shop might just get the surprise of its life.”

Dark Horse

Abe Sapien #17
Written by Mike Mignola and Scott Allie, art by Sebastian Fiumara and Dave Stewart
32 pages, full color, US $3.50, on sale Oct 8
“People think Abe Sapien’s transformation means he’s connected to the monsters taking over the world. Now, returning to the town where he was shot, and where his transformation began, Abe seeks sanctuary with a strange group of survivors.”

Captain Midnight #16
Written by Joshua Williams, art by Fernando Dagnino, Javier Mena and Dustin Nguyen
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, on sale Oct 29
“Something’s stirring in the night, creeping and skulking at the edges of sight! A threat more savage than Captain Midnight’s faced before: a canine danger from fable and lore. As the darkness grows and the shadows deepen in this sinister story, you’ll be howling for more!”

Usagi Yojimbo: Senso #3 (of 6)
Writing and art by Stan Sakai
24 pages, black and white, US $3.99, on sale Oct 1
“As Usagi and Tomoe race to warn the town of a marauding Martian war machine, Lord Noriyuki orders an all-out assault against the alien rocket – ending with General Gennosucke and Jotaro in a desperate battle face to face with the extraterrestrial invaders. Be warned – some of your favorite characters will not survive this issue!”


Infinity Man and the Forever People #4
Writing and art by Keith Giffen, written by Dan Didio, art by Scott Koblish and Howard Porter
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated T, on sale Oct 8
“Following their battle against Mantis, a Boom Tube mishap forces the Forever People to find alternative transportation back to New Genesis. After getting some unexpected help from the Bat Cow, they arrive home to learn that Azur Te has come to join the team – and Guy Gardner has brought the Green Lantern/New Gods conflict to their doorstep!”

Looney Tunes #221
Written by Matt Manning, art by Walter Carzon and Horacio Ottolini
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated E, on sale Oct 1
“Wile E. Coyote is up to his usual antics, trying to use his Acme explosives on the ever happy-go-lucky Road Runner. But when his latest master plan goes wrong and lands outside the panel, Wile E. may have discovered a way to trick the Road Runner that even the pages themselves can’t contain!”

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #50
Written by Georgia Ball, art by Scott Jeralds
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated E, on sale Oct 8
“When the Mystery Machine pulls into a ski resort in the dazzling Canadian Mountains, their snowy vacation is cut short when an elder from a local First Nation’s tribe enlists them to investigate sightings of an ancient legend haunting the resort. Can Scooby and the gang solve the mystery of Dzunakwa, the mythical wild woman of the woods?”


Fables #145
Written by Bill Willingham, art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha and Nimit Malavia
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated mature readers, on sale Oct 15
“A Vertigo ‘Defy Covers’ issue! Chapter five of ‘Happily Ever After!’ In the aftermath of Bigby’s battle with Beast, Rose Red and Snow draw their lines in the sand, but it turns out sand is a crappy medium in which to draw anything with clarity. In the meantime, Fables begin leaving for the Homelands – but is it even possible for them to go home again? Also featuring the Last Story of Cinderella in which the fabled blonde faces her toughest assignment yet.”

Fairest #30
Written by Mark Buckingham, art by Russ Braun and Adam Hughes
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated mature readers, on sale Oct 1
“A Vertigo ‘Defy Covers’ issue! A crime has taken place that will have the whole Farm up in arms if word spreads. Will the Farm’s super sleuth duo, Clara and Wilfred, figure out who the culprit is? And how does it relate to the destruction of a beehive in Andre Gardens? Meanwhile, in Louisiana, we run with the fox as Reynard and Meghan, living rough, try to stay one step ahead of Uncle Bobby and Cousin Joey.”


Angry Birds Comics #5
Written by Paul Tobin, art by Thomas Cabellic and Paco Rodriques
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Eisner-award winning writer Paul Tobin continues to fly high in this issue, featuring two brand-new stories sure to have you flocking to the comic shop for more!”

Cartoon Network: Super Secret Crisis War! #5 (of 6)
Written by Louise Simonson, art by Derek Charm
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“With the fate of worlds depending on them, destroying robots – even the powerful Doppelgangers – isn’t cutting it! Now Samurai Jack, Ben 10, the Powerpuff Girls and Dexter battle Aku and his League of Extraordinary Villains! The wild cards in this conflict? The unlikely team-up of Mojo Jojo and Ed, Edd n’ Eddy!”

My Little Pony: Friends Forever #10
Written by Christina Rice, art by Agnes Garbowska and Amy Mebberson
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Fluttershy gets an unexpected visit from the most aggressive guy around, Iron Will! Can Fluttershy teach the minotaur the benefits of a more gentle demeanor?”

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #24
Written by Jeremy Whitley, art by Brenda Hickey and Amy Mebberson
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Discord knows Fluttershy loves animals, so he decides to take her and the Cutie Mark Crusaders on a trip through time so they can see some of the amazing animals of Equestria’s past! Unfortunately, some of them aren’t so friendly. And Discord CAN remember how to get back home … right?”

Super Secret Crisis War! Cow & Chicken #1
Written by Jim Zub and Louise Simonson, art by Jorge Monlongo and Derek Charm
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Cow’s strange new robotic visitor from parts unknown has Chicken feeling overlooked and ignored. Our foul tempered fowl is looking for options and the Red Guy is more than happy to oblige …”

Teenage Mutant Mutant Ninja Turtles #39
Writing and art by Kevin Eastman, written by Tom Waltz, art by Mateus Santolouco
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The ranks of Hob’s gang are growing, and two mutants want in … Bebop and Rocksteady!! Will they imperial the Turtles’ wary alliance with Hob? And just what the heck are Don and Harold busy building? Read on to find out!”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters #1 (of 4)
Written by Erik Burnham and Tom Waltz, art by Dan Schoening
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“When a new invention goes haywire, the Turtles are sent to a whole new type of New York City. One with a whole lot more ghosts … and Ghostbusters! The two teams will have to learn to get along quickly, because a new foe from the Turtles’ past has followed them and aims to conquer NYC!”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Animated Adventures #16
Written by Matt Manning, art by Chad Thomas and Dario Brizuela
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“This issue finds the Turtles going on some of their craziest adventures yet! Be it outrunning villains bent on their destruction, or navigating the perils of friendship, the Turtles have their hands full!”


Elephantmen #62
Written by Richard Starkings, art by Axel Medellin and Boo Cook
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated M, on sale Oct 29
“‘The Red Queen’ conclusion. Sahara’s life is changed forever.”

The Superannuated Man #4
Writing and art by Ted McKeever
32 pages, black and white, US $3.99, rated M, on sale Oct 29
“Having barely survived the tortuous antics of the mad scientist Armadillo Jones and his assistant Leopoldo, the human called HE escapes deeper into the viscous underbelly of Blackwater, and finds himself in even worse circumstances.”


Captain Marvel #8
Written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, art by Marcio Takara and David Lopez
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T+
“Carol’s bombastic adventure through space with her pet, Chewie, continues! Rocket was right, though, Carol Corps! There’s more to Chewie than meets the eye! But, where di the Flerken come from? Chewie is a Mom … to hundreds. Where was she hiding all those Flerken eggs, and is this the end for Carol and her pet?”

Figment #5 (of 5)
Written by Jim Zub, art by Filipe Andrade and John Tyler Christopher
32 pages, US $3.99, rated all ages
“This is it: The action-packed conclusion of the all-new steampunk fantasy story exploring the never-before-revealed first adventure of the inventor known as Dreamfinder and his famous dragon Figment! The streets of London are ablaze and overrun by the Singular and his Clockwork Control Army! The only thing standing between them and total domination: Dreamfinder, Figment and their newfound friends! Acclaimed creators Jim Zub (Skullkickers and Filipe Andrade (Captain Marvel) give a Marvel spin to the mind-expanding attraction Journey Into Imagination!”

Guardians of the Galaxy #20
Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Ed McGuinness
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T
“The final chapter of what really happened in the Cancerverse! Remember when Star-Lord and Nova were going to sacrifice their lives to take out Thanos? And remember how Drax was supposed to have died? Well, Nova seems to be the only one missing now. Time to get some answers here!”

Rocket Raccoon #4
Writing and art by Skottie Young
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T
“The fur flies! Rocket and his dangerous doppelganger face off! Betrayed! Ensnared like some kind of terrestrial rodent, Rocket comes face-to-face-to-face-to-face-to-face with a few folks who want him dead! Can everyone’s favorite gunslingin’ Guardian of the Galay make it out alive and clear his name?”

Valiant Entertainment

The Delinquents #3 (of 4)
Written by James Asmus and Fred Van Lente, art by Kano and Paolo Rivera
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T+, on sale Oct 22
“As the road trip from hell enters its penultimate pit stop, our curious quarto must make a choice that will FOREVER CHANGE THE WORLD … or at least change the course of HOBO HISTORY as we know it! With only a mysterious ass-map (yes, we said ass-map!) to guide them, Archer and Armstrong and Quantum and Woody are about out to discover the HOLE of America … uncover the sectets of their mysterious benefactor … and take down corporate America while they’re at it! It’s independent comics, we can do whatever we want, baby!”
crossie’s note: I’ll have a review of the special issue of Quantum and Woody dedicated to the important character of the Goat sometime; this was my only note this list. By the way, until next time, let the ponies hit the floor!


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Formerly Wichita's only furry comic.