Cashmere Sky Vol. 1 Available

Cashmere Sky Volume 1 is finally on sale @fenrispublish for online orders! A great holiday gift for young adults that love graphic novels, and maybe some cartoon cats lol.

I bought a copy at the recent MFF and will be reviewing it as soon as I finish. What can I say so far, the art is amazing and the story is excellent so far.

MFF 2022 Wrap Up: Ambulences We Got Them to Spare

Really I am not kiddin’ about there being 13 ambulances at MFF. By the some some say more, although I can’t verify the exact number beyond 13.

So why were they all there?

A couple of honest accidents, landing on a concrete floor is not fun, a few other medical issues. But it seems the main reason they were there might actually cause some changes. It seems a bunch of people ran out of breathable air in the corridor and passed out.

There was plenty of eyewitnesses who verified this.

This is why I say walk along the street, besides sometimes it actually faster than talking the corridor… when it is crowded.

One thing I did not touch upon is the pee in the corridor and the poo on the hotel floor. They both came from Service Dogs and not the furries

MFF 2022: Wrap Up… Not so Fast

By now I would be writing my wrap of MFF 2022, but not this year too many things happened. I really do think I need to address these based upon all available information.

First up is what about the protestors

MFF Special Drinks

The winners of our Hyatt Drink Menu contest are the One Fur All, and Justice Juice! Stop by the Hyatt Regency O’Hare’s Red Bar to enjoy our tasty winners- $1 of each purchase will go to this year’s charity!

700 of these drinks were sold during MFF 2022

MFF 2022: Day 3 : Things Don’t Go As Planned

That above title is correct, maybe it was because of miss planning on my part or things in general on The Final Day of MFF 2022.

For me it began because of personal reasons I did not arrive at MFF to almost 11 AM. I had quite a few things planned and sleeping late sorta ended it. I just had enough time to get a gift for a friend, eat lunch before it was my 1st Panel of the day for me.

One of my favorite author’s is Joe Strike, this was from his panel on getting published. I was hoping to find out more about his new book “Furry Planet”, and certainly did it comes out in February and should be available everywhere, even Audible in the near future.

Next Up Fursuit Games, which due to a previous panel wasn’t set up which caused a nearly 15 minute delay.

Eventually it started and I took part more on that in another report.

The bad part was that I had to leave it early for Joe Strike’s 2nd Panel on Furry Planet. Learned a lot more about the book, it’s more a sequel to Furry Nation.

A quick early dinner than the saddest moment of any con The Closing Ceremony.

Despite the usual delay, howling was encouraged and actually made Official

We got the news

700 Special MFF drinks served

over 100 Volunteers

The Official Con Tee was SOLD OUT, I never heard that happening before.

380 actually used the services of The Accessibility dept

But I know you don’t want me to ramble so what did we get and what is my take on this

13,641 attendees

That is more than 2,000 than 2019 when they had 11,019

Right now MFF is getting the same attendance as the Anime cons that are held there on average. Anime Central does say on it’s site that average 15,000 but they don’t release exact numbers

So what did Street Dog Coalition get $106,283.66 let me tell you they were crying tears of joy on stage

and the Theme for Next Year?