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1 other anthro comics on Tue Feb 09, 2010 6:05 pm

Does anyone happen to know of any other anthro comics on the interwebs that i could read.... I prefer it when the artists actually have a sense of how to draw though if its not to hard to ask. I love the idea of being able to read something as good as SA all over again.

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2 Re: other anthro comics on Wed Feb 10, 2010 2:49 am

You specifically want a Comic that features Anthros?

Try Las Lindas

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3 Re: other anthro comics on Wed Feb 10, 2010 3:35 am

This probably isn't what you had in mind but it updates daily so it's something to go to once a day

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4 Re: other anthro comics on Wed Feb 10, 2010 7:09 am

Vg cats a friend showed it to me it's pretty funny

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5 Re: other anthro comics on Wed Feb 10, 2010 7:15 am

Well, there's Twokinds, and (dare I say it?) a certain female on Dev. Art who's apparently slipped off the face of the earth suddenly, but her material is/was funny.

Also, I agree with steph, VGCats is indeed hilarious. I even met the creator several times. He's cool, but kinda stingy with his updates.

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6 Re: other anthro comics on Wed Feb 10, 2010 4:11 pm

yeah i checked out two kinds, it kinda seemed a little far from home.

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7 Re: other anthro comics on Sun Mar 07, 2010 4:57 pm

Try Mickey Mouse when he actually had a personality. This is a blog I found with a complete story arc written and drawn by Floyd Gottfredson back in 1935. He knew how to make Mickey interesting, inspiring many top-notch cartoonists through the years since.

Mickey Mouse and Horace Horsecollar race against time to save Clarabelle Cow's home, but will Eli Squinch and Mickey's old nemesis Peg-Leg Pete beat them to the treasure?

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8 Re: other anthro comics on Sun Mar 07, 2010 9:46 pm

Well, here's my list which I find pretty good, most of them update mondays and fridays.

Eye of Ramalach
Plush and Blood
Vreakers <-- Not updated anymore, but still a good read
Broken Plot Device
Coming Up Violet
Better Days <--Finished
Original Life <-- Sequel to Better Days

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9 Re: other anthro comics on Mon Mar 08, 2010 1:07 am

Woo! Review time!

HyperMetalix wrote:Try Las Lindas

Yeah, Las Lindas is all shiny and well drawn, but...

The story really is bad. Actually read through it and note how most of it makes no sense. A lot of the characters are unlikeable, and the main one, Mora, who you are meant to connect with just feels like a monstrous bitch.

It seems they are attempting to build a world around the comic, but the majority of the time it's just all an excuse to show off more barely concealed, oversized boobs.

Apart from that, there is another big issue I have with the Katbox comics, which I will bring up in The Eye of Ramalach.

Old Scratch wrote:

Precocious. Yes, I do read it, but the whole thing has started to annoy me. Read as it updates, it's not too bad. Read it end to end and you realise it's about a bunch of stuck-up brats who can get away with murder and treating their classmates like dirt just because they are slightly more intelligent.

The overall feeling is that the artist is doing the comic as a wish-fulfillment of his own school days. He wishes he could have gotten away with this stuff and got one over on his peers. It makes reading a little unpleasant, especially seeing as the majority of the time, despite their behaviour, there are no negative repercussions.

On a more technical level, he's been drawing it for a few years now, and the art has not improved. The style he's gone with doesn't lend itself to improvement much, but it seems he's reached a level he is comfortable with then just left it at that.

Overall; not a bad comic, passes the time, but read it bit by bit.

stephanodude wrote:Vg cats

Yes. I can only fault this on a few things. The art is great, and you can see his progression. The art shifts several times trying new stuff and mostly coming out on top. Most strips are absolutely fantastic, and a must-read for everyone.

Downsides - It is rarely updated, and the archive isn't as well laid out as hoped. It's a better archive than most, by saying what each strip parodies, but this is one of those comics you're always searching the archive to show someone a particularly awesome strip, and needs maybe a thumbnail.

Frist wrote:Well, there's Twokinds

Another of the big ones.

Art has progressed quite a lot, though the story has gone off the rails a little. It's no longer a story about a group of friends encountering racism, etc. It's now become a lesson in naked anthros. Some might say thats not bad, but it is nice to have some story back in there.

A decent enough read though, I've been through it quite a few times to kill a day or so, and my main issue is the update schedule. It bounces all over the place, occasionally updating at random, then two in a week, then nothing for several weeks. I understand the artist may be busy, have stuff going on or is just plain procrastinating. But he has a newsbox under the strip for a reason. If it's going to be late, say so. Let your readers know if it's not updating for a few weeks.

Too many comics just stop and the author drops off the face of the earth. It takes seconds to add a newspost to let us know you're not dead. Please use it more often.

Haskins wrote:Eye of Ramalach

Right then.

Another Katbox comic, and to me one that shows the big issue with them. Updates. Most of the Katbox comics seem to have suddenly stopped updating, they'll do it once a month or something, but a regular schedule has just gone out the window. Yet they still ask for donations. "We're not actually working on comics, but if you donate, we might." is the message that seems to come across.

The original Eye of ramalach was good. Art progression, not too bad a story. The artist was finding their feet. It progressed, wasn't a terrible read, then the updates slowed and stopped. In itself not too much of an issue. The biggie? Apparently the story has been taken right the way back to near the beginning again. Last I checked, the archive had gone, it's updating but comics that had already been posted.

So what is going on?

Well, the artist recently had a big donation drive to kick off a new comic which is based on donations. We get this much money, another page goes up. Now it looks as though Ramalach has been taken back, so it doesn't need the story finished for a long time. It can regularly update with the massive stack of stuff that was removed from the archives, so the paid comic can be concentrated on.

Now this is conjecture, of course, but why else would several hundred pages disappear then start reappearing on a set update schedule? Looking at their forum, there is no mention of the restart, so it loooks as though complaints have been stomped on.

Conclusion: It used to be ok, I don't mind artists trying to make a bit of cash on the side, but sidelining your entire strip and holding a new one to ransom pushes the limit a little.

Plush and Blood

A good one. The art hasn't progressed that much, but it suits the feel of the comic.

My main concern though, is that I have no idea who I'm meant to be sympathising with. Yeah, the hamster dude is a Hitler-variant. He is obviously bad. But his chief advisor seems to have morals, one of his supersoldiers had feelings for the doctor. The doctor herself was tormented by what she'd been ordered to do. And the "heroes" are running around knocking off the sympathetic bad guys one after the other. To add confusion, the heroes have had setbacks, and when Grey recently got beaten up in a fight, red seemed completely nonchalant about his friends pain.

As it progresses, I find myself feeling the heroes are dicks and rooting for the bad guys. I'm not entirely convinced this is what the author intended.


Read it. The artist is an architectural student, so a lot of the buildings are stunning. The cathedral is beautifully made. The story is engaging, funny, excellently paced and the art is excellent after the first few months.

Seriously, there are few webcomics I've read and loved from the start, and this is one of them. Highly recommended.

It isn't quite dead, it gets the occasional update, but sadly nowhere near enough.

Broken Plot Device

Also a good one, and updates right on the button. Good humour, good art. Read it.

Coming Up Violet

Dodgy writing, ok art. There's not really much to say about this one. Brian Daniels wrote "Fur Will Fly" which inexplicably managed to survive for years, despite it mostly making no sense and a lot of terrible art. He has improved over time and can pull some good stories out of the bag but often it seems like he's cruising anlong on auto until another good idea hits. Which is a shame. When the writing is good, it can be excellent, but otherwise it hits mediocre. If he could maintain the excellent level, he could be onto a winner.

Misty Caldwell, the artist is improving. When you get to see some of her sketches, it almost seems she may have hit a level where she is actually a lot better than is shown in the comic, but she's maintaining a set level of art posted.

Anyway, the story; Some of it makes no sense, the introduction of the human girl seemingly had no purpose. It apparently occurred for the hell of it. The story has some heartwarming moments, some bits with decent comedy, but the whole thing fluctuates from good to awful and back again.

Better Days <--Finished

What to say that hasn't been said a thousand times? The art starts off ok, then hits a plateau. If anything art regresses. As time goes on, the lineart gets simpler and backgrounds disappear. It has a very political feel to it. As you read, you're getting a lot of Naylors beliefs thrown in. At times, it seems the main characters are acting as a soapbox for his rants.

There are some moments that are funny, a load of drama, and it is worth hanging on through the incest arc. Now, I'm not saying it's terrible, don't read it. It has massive flaws, but it is one of the webcomics everyone should read and make their minds up over.

Original Life <-- Sequel to Better Days

Same as Better Days, but slightly less coherent and less incest.

There are a few issues, such as one of the young children fantasizing about being a tall, busty nurse. Seems slightly wrong.

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10 Re: other anthro comics on Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:57 am

Sandra and Woo is a quite charming little webcomic starring a girl called Sandra (who looks like Penny Gadget) and her pet racoon, Woo, who can speak. It focuses more on the humans but features highly anthropomorphised characters.

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11 Re: other anthro comics on Tue Mar 09, 2010 1:37 pm

For the engineering geeks in us:

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12 Re: other anthro comics on Thu Mar 11, 2010 12:55 pm

Shameless self promotion:

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13 Re: other anthro comics on Thu Mar 11, 2010 3:15 pm

Smelge wrote:A ton of stuff

Thank you. Very Happy

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14 Re: other anthro comics on Thu Mar 11, 2010 3:54 pm

It's probably bad that I've read all of those.

I figure one day I will reach the end of the internet.

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15 Re: other anthro comics on Thu Mar 11, 2010 7:14 pm

If you could read all of the internet you would become immortal.

And the only one that i can give opinion on is TwoKinds. I read ahead and enjoyed one of the later chapters, and went back to read from the beginning. The knowledge that it was going to start to be more acceptable pulled me through the first like, 7 chapters. The only reason i'm still reading is because Keith is a total gangster. And Laura's hot. But you are right. In terms of how it's written, the characters do flat out illogical things. Art's nice though.
And also, no other webcomic has ever made me feel so uncomfortable about my sexuality. IS MIKE A GIRL OR NOT?

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16 Re: other anthro comics on Thu Mar 11, 2010 7:32 pm

Although, i just read chapter 11 and it was actually good. Like, good enough for to not be able to put it down. And now i actually, really care about what happens next.

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17 Re: other anthro comics on Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:01 am

Can't believe no one's mentioned Lackadaisy: - superb, almost insanely detailed art, great characters, great story. Update schedule is, well, there is no real schedule, but every so often you'll get 2 or more *large* pages at once. Take your time with this one - it's worth savoring. The extras on the site are also well worth the time to take a look at.

I should note that the pages vary quite a bit in length -- some are two, three, or more times as long as others. So be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom every page.

Another great one is The Abominable Charles Christopher: -- a bit hard to classify - multileveled story, wonderful art. It has a main story arc, along with several more minor side arcs, and sometimes one-offs too. Silly, serious, funny, sad, poignant - sometimes all of this within the space of a couple of strips. Normally every Wednesday (pretty solid keeping to this schedule).

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18 Re: other anthro comics on Fri Mar 12, 2010 2:55 pm

Put two russian blue cats, who are as opposite as night and day in a strip and you get a riot act.

This one got me rolling pretty good:

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19 Re: other anthro comics on Fri Mar 12, 2010 6:43 pm

redbeard wrote:Lackadaisy

I'm hooked.

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20 Re: other anthro comics on Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:12 pm Catena is pretty good, as is Freefall. Kevin and Kell is one of the granddaddies of webcomics. Ozy and Millie is done, but was excellent, cute, and funny. I'd avoid David Simpson's other stuff though, unless you enjoy being angry.
In a similar vein, we have RH Junior's comics, which are sometimes quite good, when RH isn't being preachy, sanctimonious, and painfully conservative. Tales of the Questor has so far escaped pretty much all of that trap thus far. Faux Pas is another granddaddy of webcomics, and is pretty cute. It's decidedly less Anthro than most of the others mentioned thus far though. Jack is rather more mature than every other comic listed, with blood, gore, sex, nudity, and is *dripping* with religious stuff, but the stories are powerful. Sabrina Online updates once a month with between two and six strips, and is another very good and funny comic. Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures (DMFA) is also a wonderful choice. Badly Drawn Kitties is...pretty much what it says on the tin, and can sometimes get a tiny bit preachy, but in a good way, not like RH Junior's tirades and straw liberals. Namir Deiter is cute. Isabel Marks has a wonderful art style. Doc Rat is a good one, if a bit stuffed with references mostly only Australians and doctors would get. That and puns. Another of the more 'mature' ones, the story is a little haphazard, but I still find myself reading every update. Evon is a relative newcomer, but it's shaping up to be pretty good. Nudity abounds, especially in this current mini-arc. Digger! The story of a Wombat, a God, some hyenas, and a statue of Ganesh. Last Res0rt. I haven't read this one in a while, 'cause they changed servers and didn't mention it on the RSS feed, so I keep on forgetting about it, but what I remembered showed some promise. Anthros and Dungeons (Nudity) also shows promise, though it currently seems to be without a website to call its own at the moment. Cantrip the Magic Rabbit also shows much promise, and has a great, fluid art style. Faulty Logic is on hiatus while they work on their new project, Dissonance...which is also apparently on hold for various reasons...

For more, check out Not all of them are furry/anthro, but many are at least worth a look.

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21 Re: other anthro comics on Sat Mar 13, 2010 11:52 am

Can't believe I didn't include Digger - thanks for reminding me! Definitely one of the very best out there: -- amazing black and white art, great story, great characters (often very strange, but somehow fitting in context).

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22 Re: other anthro comics on Tue Mar 16, 2010 6:27 am

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23 Re: other anthro comics on Thu Mar 18, 2010 9:19 am

I'm gonna throw this one onto the board...


I've only just discovered it, so I'm still reading, but it feels like VGCats without focusing on videogame humour. In fact it's like 'VGKitties' 1 2 3 4

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24 Re: other anthro comics on Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:04 am


If we're on SA or something,we won't need other _antro_ comics.We will need other non-antro ones.

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25 Re: other anthro comics on Fri Mar 19, 2010 1:48 am

We can like more than one comic, you know. If you're leery about liking a 'furry' comic, then just don't think of it as a 'furry' comic.

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