Furries here at Castleton

Nov 17, 2013 1 Comment

Author: Here is an article, dated November 16, in the Castleton Spartan, the student newspaper of Castleton State College in Vermont, USA: http://www.castletonspartan.com/furries-here-at-castleton-1.3120059 It describes the furry fandom, with input from furries Scott Santamore, Amanda “Pine Cole” Green, and Meghan Hakey. Typical hobbies for college students often include blogging, drinking or playing a sport, but […]

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Animation: ‘Animal Control!’ is out of control

Nov 17, 2013 1 Comment

Author: Fred The Cartoon Brew has an interview with Jordan Reichek, the director/producer of Animal Control! for Cartoon Network Asia, located in Hong Kong for broadcast throughout Southeast Asia. Animal Control! is a series of 1’47” dialogueless cartoons featuring Ya and Ba, two hapless Animal Control officers and the anthropomorphized animals whom they are supposed […]

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Review: ‘RedSilver: Nature’s Evolutions’ by Steve Alford, illustrated by Silent Ravyn

Nov 17, 2013 1 Comment

Author: Huskyteer Sometimes you just want to read a sweet, fluffy fantasy in which the goodies are good, the baddies are bad, and nothing truly scary happens. Welcome to the idyllic Heart Forest, ruled by Gaia and protected by animal elementals – the Animentals – from the dark forces which want nothing more than to […]

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Teddy takes a trip . . . to Japan?

Nov 17, 2013 1 Comment

Author: Huskyteer Always wanted to visit Japan’s capital city, but don’t have the funds? Now you can travel vicariously through the eyes of a beloved plushie. Japanese travel agency Unagi Travel, a self-styled ‘Japan Travel Agency for Stuffed Animals’, offers a selection of holidays for cuddly critters which range from a $ 35 mystery tour […]

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More Furry Cartoons Coming From South Africa

Nov 17, 2013 1 Comment

Author: rodney The Hollywood Reporter recently ran an article about Triggerfish — the animation studio which some refer to as the Pixar of South Africa. Following the international success of Zambezia (about a city of birds) and Khumba (about a young zebra missing half of his stripes), Triggerfish have secured funding which will allow them […]

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Review: ‘Otters in Space: The Search for Cat Havana’, by Mary E. Lowd

Nov 16, 2013 1 Comment

Author: dronon Otters in Space: The Search for Cat Havana by Mary E. Lowd is a short novel that received a 2010 Ursa Major Award nomination. It’s a work of light science-fiction that I think might appeal to young adult readers. It’s available from FurPlanet and Amazon, and in electronic format – see the author’s […]

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Villains vs. Turtles

Nov 15, 2013 1 Comment

Author: rodney Among the many Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles projects coming out of IDW Publishing this year was a mini-series simply called Villains. Now, they’ve collected the first four stories from this full-color series into a new trade paperback, wordily titled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villain Micro-Series Volume 1. Here’s their summary: “Krang, Baxter Stockman, […]

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You Could Be Donald Duck!

Nov 13, 2013 1 Comment

Author: rodney For those looking for more of an intellectual take on some of these anthropomorphic concepts, check out this new book: Carl Barks’ Donald Duck: Your Average American, by Peter Schilling, Jr.  From Amazon: “From 1942 to his retirement in 1966, Carl Barks drew Donald Duck comic books (the seventh greatest comic of the […]

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If You Could Be Anything…

Nov 11, 2013 1 Comment

Author: rodney Anomaly Productions have released a new full-color hardcover graphic novel called Shifter. It’s the first in a planned new series. “What if you could soar with the birds – not in a man-made contraption or by using virtual reality, but as an actual bird? What if you could literally be a fly on […]

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Applejack Month 2013 Newsbytes archive

Nov 10, 2013 1 Comment

Author: crossaffliction crossaffliction, what are you doing? You can’t post all those @$ #%ing Newsbytes. Contributors this October include Chipotle, dronon, Fred, GreenReaper, Higgs Raccoon, Kakurady, Patch Packrat, RingtailedFox and Sonious. 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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But First, Sherman…

Nov 09, 2013 1 Comment

Author: rodney Before the release of Dreamworks Animation’s Mr. Peabody & Sherman movie (which we’ve mentioned recently), IDW is getting in the act by giving us the tie-in Mr. Peabody & Sherman full-color comic book mini-series. The first issue of four with hit comic book stores and the ‘net later this month. The series follows […]

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Fuzzy Logic: Episode 96 – Get Learnt

Nov 08, 2013 1 Comment

Author: Smokescale Aquatos Good evening and welcome listeners! It’s Fuzzy Logic: Episode 96 – GET LEARNT We don’t have our usual intro summary this show. Sorry about that. Guess you’ll just have to read here, then listen to find out! First off, we have some sad news. This was Kyo’s last show. He explains why […]

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All This For a Snack?

Nov 07, 2013 1 Comment

Author: rodney Comic books are getting silly again, or at least getting weird. Later this month DC Comics presents the premier issue of  a new bi-monthly full-color series, Scooby-Doo Team-Up. Here’s what they say about it: “Rumors of a giant bat-creature bring Scooby and the gang on the run—but Batman and Robin are already on […]

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More Reality TV Casting for Furries – “The Freakier The Better”

Nov 07, 2013 22 Comments

Furry News Network received a direct request, and we’ve heard from other that a Reality TV group is again casting for furries. “We are casting a reality show based on Furries- both sexual and non- sexual in nature- the freakier the better!”

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