I’m sort of sneaking this one up there by updating outside the normal show posting schedule. This comic is mostly a self indulgence. I’ve been watching my Thundercats season 1 DVD set and I just had to find a way to work it into the strip. Take note that I did draw the logo myself, but I totally cheated on the wording. I found a font online and used that. Any way, here it is:
Where do Furries come from any way? Sexualizing comic art is one thing, but Furries? It’s such a specific, non-natural fetish for one to obtain. The idea of sexualizing cartoon, anthropomorphic imagery is so outside the realm of nature I have to conclude that such a thing must come from cultural influence, right? I will bet that the Thundercats cartoon from the early 80’s had a hand in creating the current generation of such Furry enthusiasts. Just look at the opening scenes of the first episode. A very well endowed, and totally naked, Cheetara creeps into the room of the sleeping, adolescent boy Lion-O. Hey, I’m just saying. That sort of thing could be somewhat confusing for a young mind to come across. It was either that or all the times Bugs Bunny dressed in drag.
It’s a little weird to see it now knowing about Furries and what not. Hard to see it in an innocent light again. Am I way off? Chime in by posting a comment or head over to the forums.