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#811 Post by Foxx Trotter »

ThunderVolt wrote:Its probs not going to interest most people here, since it's not anime/furry related, but whatever.
It makes no difference to me as to whether or not it's furry or non-furry. I'm not sure if you saw my previous post a few weeks ago about other webcomics I read, but it's a mix of both categories. Usually, I'm not much of a critic on certain things so long as they are interesting. Like I said, everyone has their own preferences.

Yes, I do like how JG has the archives set up. :)
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#812 Post by Thebirddk »

It's with a heavy heart i tell this some of you may know...

The creater of gene catlow albert temple was found dead of natural courses...
A great comic and from the sounds of it a great man as well...
May he rest in peace.

http://genecatlow.keenspot.com

http://genecatlow.yuku.com/topic/1557/A ... MXWPZHqGhA

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#813 Post by Dadrobit »

Thebirddk wrote:It's with a heavy heart i tell this some of you may know...

The creater of gene catlow albert temple was found dead of natural courses...
A great comic and from the sounds of it a great man as well...
May he rest in peace.

http://genecatlow.keenspot.com

http://genecatlow.yuku.com/topic/1557/A ... MXWPZHqGhA
Huh. Never read it, but stuff like that's always hard to hear. Especially for comics like that that are super old; I can't imagine the community of people that have been affected after 17 years of writing is ended prematurely...
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#814 Post by Foxx Trotter »

Here's another to add to my list, but I have yet to look at the webcomic more thoroughly. It's called Transmission by a Scottish comic artist known as FreyFox, who also goes by Keeny. Some of his artworks are probably familiar to some members here on the forum. :) I noticed his stream on Picarto yesterday.

According to WikiFur and Wikipedia, FreyFox also had an association with The Space Gypsy Adventures as lead artist. John Leeson, who voiced K-9 in Doctor Who, was narrator during the latest series. I'll have to look at that entire set later on.

Thebirddk wrote:It's with a heavy heart i tell this some of you may know...

The creater of gene catlow albert temple was found dead of natural courses...
A great comic and from the sounds of it a great man as well...
May he rest in peace.

http://genecatlow.keenspot.com

http://genecatlow.yuku.com/topic/1557/A ... MXWPZHqGhA
Sorry to hear about Albert Temple, although I've never read Gene Catlow myself.
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#815 Post by Foxx Trotter »

ThunderVolt wrote: Mon Apr 17, 2017 3:33 am I can't provide a link at the moment, but I've recently taken up reading the archives of The Wotch. It seems pretty odd, but It's turning out to be a pretty great story. :)
Would it be this webcomic?
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#816 Post by turbofired »

I am in dire need of help, i'm trying to find a specific webcomic and google isn't helping. the webcomic is about the author's middle school and high school life but he and all the people in his life are represented with anthropomorphic characters. he also has one that starts in his college years.

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nevermind i found it. it's called Peter & Company


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#817 Post by Tornir »

Has anyone read How to Be a Werewolf?

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#818 Post by GioeleST »

Do you know if there is still an active forum or something else to chat with the web comics community sabrina online? I can't find them anywhere.
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If you like Twokinds...

#819 Post by mongoosemazanec »

You might like my favorite Webcomic, Out-Of-Placers https://www.valsalia.com/
It has at least six races. It is said to have no magic, but it has ancient artifacts which are Clarkean magic. One of these artifacts transforms the protagonist from a male human into a female Yinglet.
The planet it occurs on is roughly at early Renaissance technology level.
Humans live much longer than Yinglets (the most detailly depicted nonhumans). Humans are also the most technologically advanced species and the ones who started 'civilization'.
So Yinglets look on humans something like elves, like Keidran do in this webcomic. Humans tend to look down on Yinglets (the ethnophaulism is 'scav', from scavenger)
The other races are not humanoid...one of my favorite tropes is that the different races look like they might actually evolved on a different planet (or on an alternate Earth with a Point of Divergence millions of centuries ago). Yinglets look like long eared opossums on stilts, Baxxid look like half anaconda and half Giant Lobster, Indrel look like crosses between grasshoppers and spiders...but just kinda.
Any other Webcomics with parallel to Twokinds?

Started a thread about my favorite webcomic (sorry...my cousin/guardian just chewed me out about how impatient I am). But with this tread I would like to post #s 2 and 3.
https://www.catomix.com/utc/ UTC: Urgent Transformation Crisis
https://www.gocomics.com/endtown Endtown

I was thinking...
The only reason I found my favorite webcomic (OOP) was because, on the site of my then favorite webcomic (UTC) there was a page with the artist's favorite links. If not for that I would never have fallen in love with OOP. And I don't even remember how I came across UTC.
So, is there some site that says something like "If you love webcomics A, B and C you might like webcomics X, Y and Z"?

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