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Review: ‘Rose Point’ and ‘Laisrathera’, by M. C. A. Hogarth

Sep 24, 2014 1 Comment by

Author: Fred These are books 2 and 3 of M.C.A. Hogarth’s Her Instruments space opera trilogy. Earthrise, book 1, was reviewed in Flayrah in June 2013. The fact that Maggie Hogarth commissioned professional s-f cover artist Julie Dillon to paint the covers of this trilogy instead of doing their covers herself, as she usually does […]

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Captain Carrot 1982 series being digitally released by DC on ComiXology

Sep 24, 2014 No Comments by

Author: STrRedWolf DC is doing a digital release of Captain Carrot And His Amazing Zoo Crew! this year. First issue was released in 1982… now rereleased August 19th, 2014! From Wikipedia: Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! is a DC Comics comic book about a team of funny animal superheroes called the Zoo Crew. […]

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‘Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS’ full roster revealed

Sep 16, 2014 1 Comment

Author: crossaffliction Three years ago, Nintendo announced Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS, the latest in Nintendo’s series of fighting games featuring various Nintendo characters. As the game’s Japanese version launched this Saturday, the full roster for the game is now known (though it had actually been leaked back in August). The starting roster can […]

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Review: ‘The Art of Hibbary’, by Hillary Renee Luetkemeyer

Sep 12, 2014 2 Comments

Author: Fred This is the fifth volume in Sofawolf Press’ Artistic Visions series of art-sketch format albums. The first four each showcase one (or two) of the best artists in furry fandom; Kenket (Tess Garman), Brian and Tracy Reynolds, Ursula Vernon and Henrieke Goorhuis. Each is a professional artist, but is especially well-known in furry […]

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Review: ‘Slightly Damned’, by Sarah ‘Chu’ Wilson

Sep 10, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred These are the first two collections of the wacky fantasy Slightly Damned full-page, full-color internet weekly comic strip by Sarah “Chu” Wilson. She has won the Ursa Major Award for both the Best Anthropomorphic Other Literary Work (these book collections) and for the Best Anthropomorphic Graphic Story, for both 2012 and 2013. If […]

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Roz Gibson’s ‘Griffin Ranger’ meets Kickstarter goal

Sep 10, 2014 1 Comment

Author: crossaffliction Roz Gibson‘s Kickstarter campaign for the novel Griffin Ranger reached its goal of $ 6000, and its stretch goal of $ 6500, meaning the book will now have five to six interior illustrations by artist Katie Hofgard. Seventy-five backers combined for a total of $ 6,525, including 10 backers who donated over $ […]

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First photos of Colorado albino hummingbird taken in South Fork

Sep 05, 2014 1 Comment

Author: crossaffliction This August a group of walkers spotted a rare white hummingbird in the Million Ranch development of South Fork. This turned out to be the first true albino hummingbird photographed in Colorado. Local resident Kim Krahn first spotted the unusual bird on a morning walk around 8 a.m. Monday, August 25. “I was […]

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Review: ‘Mousemobile’ by Prudence Breitrose

Sep 05, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred I would like to thank Mister Twister for calling this title to my attention by reviewing the first book in this series, Mousenet. This is its sequel. Mousenet and Mousemobile are recommended for readers 8 to 12, grades 3 to 7. They are clearly juvenile fiction, but are well-written and imaginative enough that […]

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Review: ‘Captive of the Red Vixen’ by Royce Day

Sep 05, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Voice In command of his family’s star freighter, foxen noble Lord Rolas Darktail finds himself a captive of the infamous pirate, the Red Vixen. Drawn to her easy freedom, he finds himself torn between staying with her, and honoring his duties to his family, who must escape the cruel countess they serve. Come along […]

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Tapestries MUCK revokes no-human policy

Sep 04, 2014 1 Comment

Author: GreenReaper Adult text-based furry roleplaying environment Tapestries MUCK has revoked its policy against human characters. In a news bulletin, Tapestries head-wizard and owner WhiteFire said: Humans as characters are now allowed on Tapestries MUCK. The purpose for denying such characters in the past has long since stopped being relevant. It was originally used to discourage […]

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Review: ‘L’Extravagante Croisière de Lady Rozenbilt’, by Pierre Gabus and Romuald Reutimann

Sep 01, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred This is a review of the original French edition. My thanks to Lex Nakashima for getting and loaning it to me. The young Alfred Bigoodee is only an assistant when he embarks on the seaplane of Lady Rozenbilt, the fabulously rich woman with tastes as fantastic as they are dangerous. This voyage will […]

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August 2014 Newsbytes archive

Sep 01, 2014 1 Comment

Author: crossaffliction Contributors this month include bastett, crossaffliction, dronon, earthfurst, Fred, GreenReaper, InkyCrow, mwalimu and Patch Packrat. read more 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: ‘Ethan the Meteor Hunter’ for PC

Aug 30, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Sonious Ethan the Meteor Hunter is an action puzzle game developed by Seaven Studios. The blurb for the game on Steam’s store page is as follows: Freeze time and manipulate the world with endless possibilities: build the solution YOU want where nothing is scripted and levels can be solved in multiple ways. When Super […]

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Review: ‘Claws and Starships’ by M.C.A. Hogarth (by Tarl ‘Voice’ Hoch)

Aug 27, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Voice When the results of Earth’s genetic experiments fled for 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 […]

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