FC-147 Buttcheek Stilettos

Dec 01, 2013 1 Comment

Author: studio@xanacreations.com (..::XANA::.. Creations) http://furcast.fm/logos/furcast-2013.png A humor packed episode right before MFF! See you all there! (totally not writing this episode description days after the con ended because I was slow at posting the episodes this week or anything.) Download MP3 (Right-click, Save) News: “BronyMate” joins FurryMate and FurFling as latest targeted personals site. Duke’s […]

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News of FurFright closure emerges through leaked email

Dec 01, 2013 8 Comments

Author: GreenReaper Connecticut furry convention FurFright is no more, according to a now-deleted journal post reprinting an email supposedly from Belic Bear and K’gra Leopard (also received by Wag): We had every intention of keeping FurFright going for years to come. At this year’s Closing Ceremonies we dispelled unfounded rumors and told you we’d be […]

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Teaser trailer: ‘Mr. Peabody and Sherman’ (also in Russian)

Dec 01, 2013 1 Comment

Author: Fred At the moment, this story just repeats information already in last year’s “Animated Anthropomorphic Features in 2013” story and its followup comments. But it is time for Mr. Peabody and Sherman, the DreamWorks Animation feature directed by Rob Minkoff, based on the TV feature by Jay Ward, now due for a March 7, […]

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Review: ‘Porcupine Passions’

Dec 01, 2013 No Comments

Author: TimidGrizzly Every now and then I find a work of furry art that is amazing. Such is the two-part audio drama entitled Porcupine Passions. The story started as a spin off explaining some back-story details of The Beach Bears saga (interview), but became much more. Porcupine Passions I (10 episodes, about 10 minutes each) […]

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The Bear and Mouse Come To America

Nov 29, 2013 2 Comments

Author: rodney Big news from our friends over at Cartoon Brew, especially if you’re a fan of traditional animation: “Indie animated feature distributor GKIDS has announced that the highly anticipated hand-drawn French film Ernest and Celestine will open in New York and Los Angeles on March 14, 2014. That will be followed by national expansion […]

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Animation: What happened to … ?

Nov 27, 2013 1 Comment

Author: Fred “Coming in 2013!” Many movies that are announced never come out. Two that were announced in 2013 as “coming soon” and then disappeared seem to be unfortunate M.I.A.s, from Flayrah’s point of view. Oggy and the Cockroaches: The Movie. “Ever since the world was born, two forces have been locked in perpetual battle. […]

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Help for a Famous Furry (Creator)

Nov 27, 2013 6 Comments

Author: rodney Stan Sakai is world-famous as the creator, writer, and artist of Usagi Yojimbo, a multiple-award-winning funny animal comic. He has given a lot to our furry fan community, not only from his creation but from his appearances at furry conventions around the country. Now, Stan needs some real help. His wife Sharon has […]

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Reviews: ‘Wallace & Gromit: The Complete Newspaper Comic Strips Collection. Volume 1, 2010-2011′, by various

Nov 27, 2013 1 Comment

Author: Fred Aardman Animations’ Wallace & Gromit stop-motion clay (or plasticine) films should need no introduction to Flayrah’s readers. The first, A Grand Day Out, released in Great Britain for Christmas 1989, almost immediately became a sensation in both Britain and America. New short films, the Curse of the Were-Rabbit feature, the Shaun the Sheep […]

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Three comic book reviews: Pull List #17 (‘MLP’ and ‘TMNT’)

Nov 27, 2013 1 Comment

Author: crossaffliction It’s another IDW sweep, with two Micro-Series issues (Pinkie Pie and Old Hob are featured this time around), and another Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles issue. Ben Bates returns; he’s the artist behind the aforementioned Pinkie Pie story, despite the fact that I pointed him out as a positive in earlier issue of TMNT. […]

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‘Family Guy’ kills off Brian Griffin

Nov 25, 2013 4 Comments

Author: Higgs Raccoon Brian Griffin, the martini-drinking anthropomorphic dog from the animated series Family Guy, has been killed off. In the episode which aired on November 24, Brian was hit by a car and subsequently died from his injuries. In the same episode (entitled Life of Brian), Stewie Griffin had dismantled his oft-used time machine, […]

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It’s Time to Light the Lights

Nov 25, 2013 1 Comment

Author: rodney Since 2009, artist and writer Roger Langridge has been playing in Jim Henson’s world by creating various comic book series featuring the Muppets for Boom! Studios. Titles like The Muppets, The Muppet Show, and The Muppet Show: The Treasure of Peg-Leg Wilson. Now, over at Marvel Comics, they’ve announced that all of these […]

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Righty-O!

Nov 23, 2013 2 Comments

Author: rodney Felix the Cat, the creation of Pat Sullivan and Otto Messmer, is perhaps one of the most famous and long-lived cartoon animals ever — pre-dating even Mickey Mouse. In the 1950′s, Joe Oriolo created a well-known series of cartoon shorts for Trans Lux Productions, which helped to bring Felix and his friends (and […]

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Watch Cute Little Animals Die!

Nov 21, 2013 4 Comments

Author: rodney One of the most talked-about furry phenomena from a decade ago was a silly little series of animated shorts called Happy Tree Friends. Here’s how the distributors describe it: “Happy Tree Friends is the cult cartoon sensation  with over 1 billion views. The cartoon is drawn in simple appearance and combines cute forest […]

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Review: ‘Monster Musume’, vol. 1, by OKAYADO

Nov 19, 2013 1 Comment

Author: Fred Oops. This manga would be a lot funnier if not for the serious news in August of a man in Idaho being arrested for having sex with a cat. Many of Flayrah’s readers wondered how that was possible, considering the size differences of a human’s and a cat’s sex apparatus. One of the […]

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