We speak with Billmund, artist responsible for Jägermeister’s Creatures of the Night anthro animals advertisement campaign!
We take a look at Joe Strike‘s long-awaited book on furry fandom! Is it the ultimate go-to book for fandom explaining? Pretty much!
The great miniseries The 10th Kingdom is filled with furry content. We take a look at this TV show, and interview the actor who plays the main role of Wolf, Scott Cohen!
The Ursa Major Awards 2016, the furry fandom’s trophies for excellence in animal anthropomorphics, are presented at Anthrocon this year. We take a look at what they are, and why you should care!
We find out about The Confurence Archive, full of furry history goodness! Also, Sonic Team has a juicy feature for their next Sonic game. And Joe Strike writes on everything about furry fandom in his next book, Furry Nation!
We delve into Fred Patten‘s legacy, as one of the founding fathers of the furry fandom! Also, we take a look at his latest book, ‘Furry Fandom Conventions, 1989 – 2015’, a volume bursting with furry history!
Furrnion 2017 is the first furry fandom convention in Spain. A total of 155 fans registered at the con, which was held in Madrid. Everyone had a wonderful time! We interview one of the managers of the event, Salmy the cheetah.
The Saga of Atlas & Axis is a very special collection of comic books that chronicles the adventures of these two anthropomorphic dogs, Atlas (Afghan hound) and Axis (Terrier mutt). We review the comic books and interview the artist behind their design!
The fable is probably the oldest literary form of animal anthropomorphism that exists, present in writings, but also of immense oral tradition. It appears in all cultures and societies, old and new, with a universal appeal and usefulness that never goes out of style. In this article we go through the history of the fable, from the beginnings to the present. Furry is certainly not only a current and passing interest!
This is an article written by Kyell Gold about the furry fandom, published on March 2016 at Uncanny Magazine. It presents the fandom in an inspiring way, encouraging others to get involved in it, and to enjoy its welcoming and creative environment, its people, and many furry activities. We host on this website the Spanish translation of the original text with the approval of the author and editors for non-profit purposes, without extending rights to other websites or endeavors. The original English article can be found here (link⇒).