Antarctic Press Returns To The Furry

Antarctic Press Returns To The Furry

Posted by November 19, 2014 Comment

1997 was a dark year for fans of anthropomorphic comic books. It was the year that Antarctic Press, publisher of titles such as Furrlough and Genus underwent a transformation, and ditched the furry comics, in favour of what they saw as more mainstream titles, such as Warrior Nun Areola.

This is a true story.

But in 2005, the publisher’s thirtieth anniversary, they are returning to the fold with Furry Tales.

STK663259The solicits read,

(W/A) Fred Perry, David Hutchinson
As a special event for our 30th-anniversary year, Antarctic Press is going back to one of its (hairy) roots-anthropomorphic comics! Includes work from Sonic the Hedgehog artist David Hutchison, plus an all-new, all-furry fun-fest from Fred Perry! Fast and Furriest: When the world order makes every aspect of life miserable for the poor multitudes, Turbo Ninjas take to the highways to rob from the rich and give to the poor!

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(Last Updated November 19, 2014 12:19 pm )

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