Awesome Furry Comics worth Collecting – IF you can Find Them!
We love Independent and Major comic books big AND small. Although, what really gets activates our “Cutedar” (cute radar) are Furry Comics featuring anthropomorphic friends and foe.
Here at Soda and Telepaths we’ve read many Furry Comics featuring upright talking animals big and small. From mainlining speed-freak Sonic the Hedgehog to obscure webcomic Commander Kitty. There’s something on this list to wet the appetite of almost any comic book reader or furry.
Note: These Furry Comics are in no particular order and were included for some “variety.”
As a few are decades old, some of them you may find quite impossible to find!
1. Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie Comics/IDW Comics)
Sonic the Hedgehog is probably the most well-known Furry Comic you can find out there. Starting as a video game character back in the 90s, Sonic the Hedgehog has literally had hundreds of comic books printed about him.
Originally when Sonic the Hedgehog made the transition to comic book the series and publishing license was handled by Archie Comics. Since then, the license and publishing hands has switched hands and is now under the IDW Publishing banner.
2. Mr Beaver
Mr Beaver is part police detective, part action hero and all Furry Comic. If you can picture Mission Impossible and imagine Ethan Hunt as a beaver then this comic book is what you’ll come to expect.
It is created by Pablo Verdugo Munoz and edited by Ben Slabak. It was previously published by Action Lab Entertainment but has since been handed back to its original creators. Thank goodness!
3. The Wraskles (Indie Comic)
The Wraskles is an Indie Comic Book that was previously funded on Indiegogo. It is written by co-creator Greg Schoen and with art by co-creator Curt Spurging. The Wraskles is a cute adventure indie comic book series where the main characters are in a pop punk band and follows them on their many adventures on the quest to Pop Punk stardom.
4. Commander Kitty (Webcomic)
Commander Kitty is a weekly webcomic by Scotty Arsenault featuring the misadventures of a bunch of felines in space. As of typing this, the Commander Kitty seems to be dormant since January 2020. However, this could just be a matter of another delay due to Covid.
5. Five Nights At Freddy’s (Indie Graphic Novel)
Five Nights At Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes Graphic Novel is created by Scott Cawthon, Kira Breed-Wrisley, and Claudia Schröder. This is the first graphic novel in the Five Nights At Freddy’s series. It is based on the novel of the same name. The Silver Eyes graphic novel was released on December 26th, 2019.
Five Nights At Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes graphic novel comes in at 192 pages. It is published by Scholastic Inc. Since this is a horror story at the 7th-grade reading level, this graphic novel is recommended for those at least age twelve.
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6. The Eye of Ramalach (Webcomic)
The Eye of Ramalach is a furry comic web series (or webcomic) created by artist and freelancer Avencri. The Eye of Ramalach started back in 2006 and continues on to this day.
The story begins when Ronald receives a journal from his father. It narrates his research about The Eye of Ramalach, an artifact he searched for but was never able to find. This event sets a chain of events that start to change his boring life, for better or for worse.
7. TwoKinds (Webcomic)
TwoKinds started all the way back in 2003 when creator Tom Kishbach revealed the first page. Now, TwoKinds is a Furry Comic boasting well over 500 pages of webcomic content.
Twokinds begins with Trace Legacy, a former leader for an organization of mages called the Templar, finds himself in the company of Flora, a girl of strange, tiger-like qualities. As Trace gradually begins to re-learn what he once knew, he soon discovers that Flora belongs to a race of people who are enemies of his kind. As friendship confects with racial differences, Trace and Flora find themselves in a situation more critical than either of them can imagine.
8. Rascals (Webcomic)
Rascals is probably the most controversial furry comic in this list. Created by Mastergodai, Rascals sports a various selection of voluptuously endowed female furry creatures. Adding reason to the popularity of this webcomic in certain circles.
Rascals follows the various antics, love triangles and drama you’d expect from a group of sexy furry creatures. Rascals has over 500 episodes on Webtoon.
9. Knuckles the Echidna (Archie Comics)
Sonic’s Friendly Nemesis, Knuckles, is a red anthropomorphic echidna who serves as the Guardian of the Floating Island and its Chaos Crystal on the planet Mobius. Knuckles has been a fan favorite ever since he debuted on the 1993 Sega Genesis game Sonic the Hedgehog 3.
Ever since then he’s gone from a fan favorite bruiser to a multi-layered enigmatic character of brooding Batman qualities. Although his solo comic book series lasted for only 32 issues, the Knuckles the Echidna character still lives on in the IDW Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series.
10. Spencer and Locke
Although not strictly a furry comic, Spencer & Locke follows Detective Locke as he investigates the brutal murder of his high school sweetheart. As Locke is forced to confront traumatic memories, his schoolyard imaginary friend ‘Spencer’ (a giant talking panther) manifests and assists Locke in the case.
Spencer & Locke is written by David Pepose and with art by Jorge Santiago Jr. The 2nd volume of Spencer & Locke was nominated for a Ringo Award in 2020 for Best Single Issue. While Barnes and Noble named Spencer & Locke 2 one of the Best Comics and Graphic Novels of August 2019.
Spencer & Locke was originally published by Action Lab Entertainment but the rights to it have been handed back to its original creators.
11. Critters (Anthology)
Critters was a humorous animal anthology comic book series published by Fantagraphic Comics and Bookstore from 1985 to 1990. With the exception of Furrlough, which came after, Critters was the most successful Furry Comic Book of its time.
Although a discontinued comic book series, you might still be able to pick up a copy from Fantagraphics (if you ask nicely).
12. Furrlough (Antartic Press)
Furrlough is a Furry Comic Book Anthology published by Antarctic Press and Radio Comix. Furrlough has had over 100 issues published and continues on to this day. Thank to its success, comic books like Gold Digger have gone on to be crowned its successor.
Furrlough is one of the most successful Furry Comic Book series to ever grace Comic Book Stores.
13. Genus (Antarctic Press)
Genus is probably the most famous Furry Comic Book amongst practicing Furries or observers of the Furry Kink. Genus was a funny erotic comic book series published by Antarctic Press.
Genus contained s*xually explicit stories and pin-up illustrations by a variety of different artists concerning Anthromorphic animals. It was a Furry Comic that was explicitly marked as “For Adults Only.”
14. Elephantmen (Image Comics)
Elephantmen is an American ongoing monthly comic book published by Image Comics. It is written by Richard Starkings with art by Moritat and a number of other artists.
The series as a whole features an interesting assortment of Anthropmorphic creatures where their genus is native to the African continent. The Elephantmen storyline bears a striking resemblance to many comic books where the outsiders are feared by those who don’t understand them. However, it spends more time giving us a pleasing narrative similar to Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sleep?
15. “Omaha” the Cat Dancer (Kitchen Sink)
Omaha is an erotic comic book strip featuring an anthropomorphic cat. It was written by Kate Worley and illustrated/colored by Reed Waller. The series features title character Omaha, an exotic feline dancer, and her lover Chuck, son of a wealthy business tycoon.
Despite being the victim of a number of controversies, Omaha the Cat Dancer was nominated for multiple Eisner Awards in 1989 and 1991. The creators have always maintained that they integrated erotic s*x into their storylines and never used s*x for shock value.
Omaha the Cat Dancer was published by Kitchen Sink and is easily the most controversial Furry Comic on this list.
16. Cutey Bunny (Eclipse Comics)
Cutey Bunny was a funny animal superheroine created in the 1980s by Joshua Quagmire for a line of Underground American Comic Books. Appearing through Army Surplus Komikz, Cutey Bunny ran sporadically for 5 issues between 1982 and 1985.
Featuring an anthroomorphic bunny rabbit who doubles as a USA Special Agent for Washington, Cutey Bunny #1 is probably one of the hardest Furry Comic issues to find on this list.
17. Bring Back Clamour (Webcomic)
Bring Back Clamour is a furry comic on Tapas which is about the singer of a punk rock band named Cynthia who longs for the good old days when her band, Clamour, were still together and playing gigs. Unfortunately, Clamour’s fame was short-lived. It has been ten years since the band broke up, and Cynthia is craving the stage.
This webcomic by Tlouey follows the punk rock misadventures of Cynthia as she strives to climb back to the top of punk rock stardom.
18. King of Nowhere (BOOM! Studios)
Written by W. Maxwell Prince and illustrated by Tyler Jenkins, King of Nowhere features drunken lowlife Dennis, who finds himself in a mysterious village called Nowhere. Nowhere is inhabited by an endless assortment of deformed, mutated and anthropmorphic-like human beings.
Despite not exactly being a Furry Comic, King of Nowhere features an impressive array of anthropomorphic looking characters which should be a satisfying appetiser for any Furry Appetite. It is also the most recently released comic book series on this list.
King of Nowhere is published by BOOM! Studios.
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