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Comics, Animation, and Anthropomorphics

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Resource Guides about Comics

Mania (cinescape.com)
"Mania is an electronic journal dedicated to bringing you the latest news and events in the fields of Comics, Games, Toys, TV, Movies, and Animation."

Comics Titles and Publishers, including on-line comics

Dark Horse Comics (dhorse.com)
"I wanted to let everyone know that I have added some new items to our FTP site, including new interviews, features, and press releases on a variety of topics -- including STAR WARS, ALIENS, PREDATOR and more. If you could all do me a big favor and access the site via our *extremely* provisional home page, I can track the number of hits to our various areas, and use the info to convince the Powers That Be that there are lots of eager DHC fans on the Net waiting for us to construct a really awe-inspiring WWW site! ;) ... Look around, have fun, and leave us a message while you're there!" (John Dennett)
Joe the Circle (joe-the-circle.com)
"Action! Adventure! Excitement! Geometry! All this and less can be found within the virtual pages of Joe the Circle, the only psuedo-science-fiction comic that takes less than five minutes per episode to draw! Back by popular demand* [of Mike's friend Steve, who's kind of popular], Joe is pole-vaulting onto the World Wide Web from the pages of college newspapers everywhere!** [If you consider Pittsburgh to be everywhere.]" (Mike Shapiro, Stephen Glicker) [Updated Oct 2001]

Comics Professionals

Neil Gaiman: The Dreaming (holycow.com)

Anime and Manga: Japanese animation and comics

Wollongong University Anime and Manga Society (zip.com.au), Wollongong, Australia
"It's back! Yes, the Wollongong Uni Anime & Manga Society Webpage is functioning again. This time around it should load faster, be more easily navigable, and have less primary colours..." Also has a frames entry point. [Updated Oct 2001]

Anthropomorphics and Furry Fandom ("funny animals" etc.)

Anthrofurry Infocenter (xydexx.com) (formerly known as The Furry Fandom Welcome Wagon: An Introduction To Furry Fandom)
"Furry fandom is the appreciation, promotion, and production of stories and art about anthropomorphic animals, as well as the exploration, interpretation and examination of humanity and human values through anthropomorphic expression. This includes works such as animated cartoons, comic books and strips, text stories and articles, artwork, costumes, and stuffed animals." (Karl Xydexx Jorgensen) [Updated Oct 2001]
Bearly Sane (netcom.com)
Jack Furlong's Home Page. Has some 'morph artwork, some Robotech material, and animation for your Windows desktop. (Jack Furlong)
Fur Central (dynip.com)
"Furry artists, writers, and publishers lists, the Internet's largest furry comic book list, artwork, and general furry information." (Captain Packrat) [Updated Oct 2001]
Furries and Friends (qrc.com)
(Telzey Amberdon)
FurryMuck Home Page (furry.com) at furry.com.
Includes FurryMUCK info, and also indexes to furry images, furry fan home pages, and more related furry stuff. (Tugrik d'Itichi)
Furry Resource Page (fur.com)
(Peter Torkelson)
FUR - "The Furry Side" mailing list
"The Furry Side" mailing list is a moderated discussion of Furry related topics; Furries, Furry Fans, Furry Artists, etc. A "Furry Fan" is anyone who has an attraction to and/or likes animal cartoons, comics or anthropomorphic animals. A "Furry" is anyone who actually has an instinct or compulsion to be an anthropomorphic animal, or can relate closely with some species in the Animal Kingdom. Full information about "Furries" can be obtained by sending the following command in the BODY of a new E-Mail message to LISTS(at)FN.ORG:
GET FUR-INFO
To subscribe, send the following command in the BODY of a new E-Mail message to LISTS(at)FN.ORG:
SUBSCRIBE FUR
(AberDeen Foxx)
Otherworlds (ihug.co.nz) - G. Howell's home page
"I've got a home page with a selection of science fiction and furry stories on it as well as science fiction and fantasy illustrations I've done." (G. Howell)
PeterCat's Furry InfoPage (tigerden.com)
"FAQs and facts about furries and furry fandom..." (PeterCat)
Rhal's Furry MU*s Page (tigerden.com)
"There are hundreds of MUCKs, MUDs, MUSHes, etc. (collectively known as MU*s), but there are more than a dozen featuring anthropomorphics: intelligent animal/people/morphs/genetic creations/whatever. This list describes the most well-publicized ones, listed in approximate order of age." (Rhal)
Virtual Vikki's Treehouse (snowcrest.net)
(Rick)

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