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Ooga-chaka, ooga-chaka: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ trailer collection

Jul 23, 2014 No Comments by

Author: crossaffliction With Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy featuring Rocket Raccoon hitting theaters on August 1, here’s a look back at the movie’s trailers. Trailer 1 This teaser trailer appeared during Jimmy Kimmel Live! back in February and reintroduced the world to Blue Suede’s “Hooked on a Feeling”. read more Find the full article here: […]

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Review: ‘Claws and Spaceships’, by M. C. A. Hogarth

Jul 23, 2014 1 Comment by

Author: Fred When the results of Earth’s genetic experiments fled their makers, they took their own name as they left humanity behind; centuries later, the Pelted have spread into a multi-world alliance of cultures and languages, cribbed from Terra or created whole-cloth. Claws and Starships collects six stories of the Pelted, ranging from the humor […]

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Review: ‘District 14, Season 2′, by Pierre Gabus and Romuald Reutimann

Jul 21, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred I reviewed District 14, Season 1 on Flayrah on February 12, 2013, saying: Wow! I don’t know what’s going on, but wow! Three years have passed since Season 1. As before, the main character is the mysterious Babar-esque elephant immigrant known as Michael Elizondo, with his recently made best friend, the reckless investigative […]

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Opinion: The biased should stay out of criticism for good

Jul 21, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Diamond Man I’m mainly speaking about criticism, but what I have to say applies for any review. Having biased feelings against something and adding it to a review for the whole world just doesn’t make you a good reviewer. It can make you look like one hell of a jerk. read more Find the full […]

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Review: ‘All Tied Up in Knotz’, by Andres Cyanni Halden

Jul 19, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred This is a mature content book. Please ensure that you are of legal age to purchase this material in your state or region. (publisher’s advisory) This is a M/M adult novella, but not in FurPlanet’s “Cupcakes” series. FurPlanet has rated it NC-17 for “graphic sexual situations”. Synopsis: Carson really likes meeting guys over […]

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Furry comics for September 2014 (Previews and Marvel Previews)

Jul 19, 2014 1 Comment

Author: crossaffliction The only furry comic of note to make the May 2014 bestsellers list was Guardians of the Galaxy #15 at 25, so I’ll add that this month actually sees not one, but two furry takes on War of the Worlds, and I’m actually excited about both of them. Which will be the best […]

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Review: ‘The Art of Henrieke’, by Henrieke Goorhuis

Jul 18, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred This is the fourth volume in Sofawolf Press’ Artistic Visions series of art-sketch format albums, each showcasing one of the best artists in furry fandom. Each is a professional artist, but is especially well-known in furry fandom for convention conbook covers, badge art and other commissioned art, and trades with other Furry artists; […]

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Wyrmkeep Entertainment newsletter for July 2014

Jul 18, 2014 1 Comment

Author: wyrmkeep The following is The Wyrmkeep Entertainment Co.’s newsletter for July 2014. Items of interest include the announcement of the title for the Inherit the Earth: Quest for the Orb sequel, a new funding drive for that sequel and a new online reseller for Quest for the Orb. read more Find the full article […]

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Review: ‘Walking with Dinosaurs’ is a bit literal

Jul 17, 2014 1 Comment

Author: crossaffliction What is it with cartoon dinosaur movies and migrating? Ever since The Land Before Time1 featured a group of dinosaurs migrating through a barren wasteland, animated prehistoric animals have been moving en-mass just ahead of some sort of astronomical, geological or climactic cataclysm – all three at once, if they’re unlucky – that […]

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New furry fanzines turn to online distribution

Jul 17, 2014 1 Comment

Author: GreenReaper The cost of printing and distribution combined with minimal or non-existent sales always made fanzines a marginal proposition. But the format, if not the medium, is still popular with those seeking to try their paws at publishing. Tag by Felix Greypaw and Hashiko Whitepaw offers an example of what you can do in […]

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Review: ‘Rise of the Penguins’ and ‘The Warlord, the Warrior, the War’ by Steven Hammond

Jul 17, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred The War of the Species has begun. An ancient race of penguin has reemerged. From this race a powerful leader declares himself Overlord and unites the penguin clans of the world. His goal: to drive the human presence away from Antarctica and to exact revenge for the atrocities of the past against penguinkind. (Rise of […]

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Review: ‘The Mystic Sands’, by Alflor Aalto

Jul 16, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred The bad news: The Mystic Sands by Alflor Aalto is a funny animal novel. The characters, all anthropomorphized animals, are interchangeable surrogate humans. There is no reason for any of them to be raccoons, rabbits, foxes, weasels, squirrels, or anything other than humans. They are all human-sized, wear regular human clothes (imagine a […]

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Video: Reptiles as heroes rather than villains?

Jul 16, 2014 No Comments

Author: Lightsen It’s something sadly not as commonly seen as other heroic anthropomorphic animal characters, but animator Lightsen‘s recent project Lizard Cops showcases reptiles as heroes rather than villains. Find the full article here: flayrah – furry food for thought Creative Commons: Full post may be available under a free license.

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Review: ‘Blacksad T.5, Amarillo’, by Juan Díaz Canales & Juanjo Guarnido

Jul 16, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred As is now usual, I want to thank Lex Nakashima for ordering this from Amazon.fr and loaning it to me for this review. Spanish writer Juan Díaz Canales and artist Juanjo Guarnido met while working at an animation studio in Madrid in the early 1990s. After both moved to Paris, they met again […]

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