I have to admit readers this is being posted under unusual circumstances and for reasons you will soon discover and why I am making this statement.
This whole thing began simply because a reader like you was looking for a copy of “The Care and Feeding of Your Roxikat by John Barrett”. It turned out to be a portfolio but except for the cover posted below that is all I found.
It was through the Greymuzzle group on Facebook that I was able to find the artist and someone with a copy. The one with a copy would not share if anything they ignored the messages I sent them and the same with the artist John Barrett. Who seemly only reply to both my request and permission to post Roxikat Myah. But it seems this John Barret wanted nothing to with his earlier work. I kid you not that is what they really posted. So I gave John Barrett a deadline which is today Aug 1, 2018, that if I did not hear back I would post it and here it is.
Now for Roxikat Myah, it starts out when the artist wanted to have their own way with the character they created then it slowly turns into a Star Trek-like story. I know it is cut short, but this was all that was available.
Although not the greatest furry comic I ever read, although not the worse either.
Overall 4/ 10
You can both view and download Roxikat Myah here
Really the only thing this issue has is NSFW furry art for the most part. The art ranges from good to average, but there are exceptions. Namely the art of Taral Wayne, Joe Rosales and Jim Hardiman which are excellent.
For that reason 10/10
You can both view and download The Bunny Pages #17 here
What you get is 2 stories Tales of Perrisa: Hrathlismor’s Tower and A Forest Tale both are a little above average. As for the rest of the issue other than news of what it’s publisher, Silverfox Publications are up to the rest of the issue is art. Like most NSFW furry art of 1997, it ranges in quality fair to average in my opinion.
Overall the issue is quite unique and I have to give it 8/ 10
You can view and download Furst vol 1 #2 via this link
Blue Fur #1 Only contains NSFW art, like most fanzines at the time the art ranges in quality from good to great. To me, the standouts of this issue are the art of Kjartan Arnossson and Bill Fitts.
Overall 7 / 10
To both View or Download of Blue Fur #1 click here
Really there isn’t too much to this issue 2 stories one being An Otter’s Tail by Thomas G. Brady and A Surprise of Sean by Silverfox. Both stories are good if not sensual. The NSFW art that makes the bulk of the issue is average at best.
Overall 7 out of 10
You can view and download New Furrottica Winter 1997 here
Which gave the con a good overall rating
Overall I agree with the review fair and to the point
A South Africa furmeet I had no idea that even existed. The article made me feel I wish I was there.
Braai at Victor’s and the Election Day Furmeet
Both articles were great, gives one an insight to a part of the world for furries we now nothing about…except what we see on TV or online.
Meanwhile, the editorial was good because it was clear and to the point, which included a mission statement and what they hoped their version of Furry Times would become.
Really gives a clear insight into what it is like to be a furry in South Africa.
Furry Science book review
Was honestly better and to the point that something I could write.
Sonic Boom Fire and Ice Review by Randall
More a preview
A great issue, the photos, and the art are great. Really my only complaint I wish they mentioned me and The Original Furry Times. But I hold no malice towards them they are just getting started…and it did take 2 years before the next issue was released.
You can find the issue here
A very special thanks to Josh Munro for sending me a copy of Touch issue 1. Overall both the stories included in the issue are good, nothing all that exceptional. The same could be said about the art that is included in the issue. 7 out of 10
Download Touch issue 1 here