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    I just picked up a copy of the comic The Howling: Revenge of the Werewolf Queen today and wonder what were-related comic books the rest of you have or would recommend.

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    The Fables comic series has a wolf/werewolf as a main character. They're based off of fairy tales like Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood, etc. But when I read the first one I remember really liking Bigby Wolf.

    I haven't read the rest of them though.

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    I got 2 to recommend. The werewolf comic book is called The Astounding wolf-man by Image comics. I also a new comic that I just brought called The Autumnlands Tooth&Claw by image comics. The Autumnlands tooth&claw are rated mature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elinox View Post
    The Fables comic series has a wolf/werewolf as a main character. They're based off of fairy tales like Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood, etc. But when I read the first one I remember really liking Bigby Wolf.

    I haven't read the rest of them though.
    Great series. I have them myself. Bigby gets some awesome moments. And a one-shot Werewolves of the Heartland with some great art.

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    Great series, both of them. I liked Astounding cause it carried a similar sense of humor and logic to Invincible. Autumnlands has some good world-building, curious to see where that one goes.

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    Well, that's several. And more furry than therian.
    Omaha is a great series, though NSFW for sex and nudity. I actually came across that in the early 90s and was very happy when Waller was able to finally finish the storylines in the mid 00s.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RunningRed View Post
    Well, that's several. And more furry than therian.
    Omaha is a great series, though NSFW for sex and nudity. I actually came across that in the early 90s and was very happy when Waller was able to finally finish the storylines in the mid 00s.
    Oh, Well I will keep looking for any therian related comic books. Hey, Maybe check your local comic book store or Barns and noble to see if there are any related comic books that is more therian related. I actually never read any of those comic books before. Also, I been running out of room for new books.

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    Not exactly werewolves, but the Autumnlands series is mostly populated by animal people and has an impressive variety of animals!

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    More mythic, but you can always try the webcomics Skin Deep and Les Normeaux. I love the whole urban fantasy setting and love that it mixes therian-like characters with other fantasy (otherkin?) characters.
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