It’s been a busy week here at Rabbit Valley! We’ve have some new titles to share with you as well as some items that have come back into inventory. Our travel schedule is starting to lighten up, which means we’ll have time to publish more books! And finally, the results of our spring cleaning!
New & Back In Stock Items:
Winding Silhouettes by A Blue Deer and Shana
Top Shipped items:
|Rank||Title & Link||Price|
|1||Plastic Title Dividers||$0.75|
|2||Genus Male Issue #12||$5.95|
|3||Little Buddy by Chestnuts and Meesh||$24.95|
|4||Genus Issue #93||$9.99|
|5||Fast Boyz Delivery Service – Digital Edition PDF||$5.00|
|6||Spooo Presents Issue #5 – Mark Wulfgar’s The Legacy of Celune’s Werewolves and Souls of the Past Episode 1||$5.00|
|7||Lackadaisy Cats Volume 1 – Signed by the Creator||$30.00|
|8||Untamed Volume 2||$12.95|
|9||Coffee Meet my Kadath||$7.95|
|10||Genus Issue #94||$9.99|
The Fox has returned from a day long out and back to Modesto yesterday [Friday] and has caught up on orders from Thursday. Our next trip is to San Diego for our Medical Laboratory Software Client. Anyone in the San Diego area want to meet for dinner or drinks? We’ll be in town from Wednesday through Saturday next week.
Seeing as we will be away next week, orders will not ship Wednesday through Saturday, we will get them out on Sunday, May 19th.
Here’s the shows and events for the rest of May.
- COLA Symposium for Clinical Laboratories
San Diego, CA
May 14-18, 2013
Rabbit Valley Comics
May 31 – June 2, 2013
Rabbit Valley Comics
We don’t have anything else on the schedule until summer! Be on the lookout for more titles as we take a break from travel.
Spring Cleaning: We have been doing some spring cleaning in the warehouse and found a whole bunch of titles that you might be interested in learning more about.
We’ll have part five, the final part, out later this week.
Thanks for reading!
All backorders for these titles have been processed and will be shipping within the next few hours.
Description: Chris and John enjoyed a simple friendship as classmates, until an offhanded comment forces Chris to admit to John that he is gay.
As they explore this avenue together, Chris leans more about his own needs and wants, but John’s motivation remains a mystery…
This is an adult comic containing gay themes and graphic depictions of gay sex.
Print: Color Cover, Color Interior
Size: 6.75 x 10.50
Content Rating: Adult Readers
Publication Date: July 2012
Happy Wednesday! We are happy to announce that we have two new titles available for sale.
If at first you don’t succeed, get a little creative.
For one, taboo fantasy. For the other, a devious curiosity. Elan always had his eye on his father, even after taking on his first lover. His forbiddencravings only grew when Tyson caught them in the act, and revealed a certain fact about himself. The young fox became determined to make his dream a reality.
See if Elan’s persistence finally pays off, and see if you’ll be burning just as hot.
Buring Curiosity is a collaborative work by ScyStorm and HerrAardy.
We’re still finding things in the inventory that might interest you including:
Part Four: S – T
Magic, death, mayhem, destruction and mindless cuteness, all in one handy package! By Diana X. Sprinkle and Michael Vega.
You could hold in your hands the biggest, most exciting Scary Godmother story ever created. Jill Thompson presents the origin of Scary Godmother, plus plenty of other spooky surprises in Ghoul’s Out For Summer. Summer break has begun, and the inhabitants of the Fright Side are about to begin a string of seriously ghoulish vacations. As hannah suffers through a summer camp nightmare with her mean cousin Jimmy, Bug-a-Boo spends a frightening vacation with his nagging parents and Orson is shipped off to Summer Ghoul with the Dark Master, a ancient and demented vampire whose pupils never graduate. But Scary Godmother gets the worst deal of all when Tinkaree kidnapps her, ensorcells her, and takes her place as the Queen of the Fright Side!
Sabrina Online is a comic strip that made its first appearance in the middle of September 1996. Now, you can get the on-line strips plus some bonus content seen nowhere else and some of the best fan art sent in to the site. Skunks and furries and funnies!
From the pages of Furrlough comes “Sex Kitten and Milo” by Kurt Wilcken. Sex Kitten is a superheroine who must have hot passionate sex every 24 hours or lose her powers! Lucky for Milo, they’re getting married… A goofy look at super heros. And sorry folks, this may be a PG title, but there is little to no nudity. Or sex for that matter….
See Link. Varies.
What happens when a commoner from the other side of the litterbox wins the lottery and joins the ranks of the wealthy elite? Find out for yourself as Kitty Chow zooms into the jet-set and befriends an an eclectic cast of characters such as entrepreneurs Puss Willow and Rex Lion, punk rocker Bammby Slander and her slick manager Raz Tabby. In fact, now that she has money, everybody wants to be Kitty’s ‘Friend” — including racketeer Ratzo Rizzo and his loopy henchman, Null and Void! Written with a nod to animated cartoons and screwball romantic comedies of the ’30s with art reminiscent of classic ’40s pin-ups, The Sophistikats is a purrfectly frisky romp sure enough to delight all.
The lead story is penned by Jake Black and has art by Chris Burke. It is a parody of the popular series Smallville, with A-Bear as our hero facing off against ShineCorp and the golf course! Bubba the Redneck Werewolf makes a guest appearance in “A Tale of Two Wolves” and Gene-E from LegendLab.com drops by to help solve a mystery in “CFI: Crime Forest Investigations”, featuring art by Patrick Rodriguez and story by Fanboy Radio’s David Hopkins. Rounding out the book is “One-Eye For The Stray Cat” by Adam Beranek and Michael J. Bencik.
In the Santee River Valley there is a legend of a fox , who uses the Tarcote and Black Mingo swamps to disrupt and harass British supply lines. His deeds are well-known by the colonists of South Carolina and beyond. He is a clever and determined patriot, who will continue to oppose the Red Coats, until the American colonies are free of British rule.
Created by Elin Winkler, drawn by Scotty Arsenault. On the distant planet of Fehnnia, Shayzeri Zodd resists the dictates of her society by secretly enlisting in the war against the terrible Haarea.
Founded in 1988 as an artist’ and writers’ cooperative, the Tai-Pan Literary & Arts project has benefited from the talents of many contributors over the years. The project has published a wide range of stories from space opera to hard science fiction and from mystery to romance. The project’s publication was recognized twice as Best Anthropomorphic Fanzine of the Year by the Ursa Major Awards. While Individual stories stand on their own, contributors have taken advantage of the shared nature of the universe to write stories that build on a theme or character arch started by another writer.
Under the original title, Tai-Pan, the first issues were published in the winter of 1991-1992, introducing the trader ship Tai-Pan, and laying groundwork for concepts and characters that are still be written about today. In this volume you will find all the original artwork and stories published in issues #1 and #2.
One more day!
As you might know, we’ve been cleaning out the warehouse over the last few weeks and have found a while bunch of titles you might be interested in purchasing.
Part Three: L-R
In a distant future, Man is long gone, but the mice and rats have evolved and developed their own societies and wars. Subversive forces are out to disrupt uneasy peace between the nations of Mosputa and Ratvaria! It’s up to Captain Tiny and two plucky boys to seek out the conspirators and undermine their plot before Rodentkind follows Man into extinction!
Have you ever wondered what paramedics really do when they’re not on a call? Think they just hang around their station? Boy, are you wrong! Meet the crew of “Medics” a dedicated team of life savers, who all just happen to be slightly insane. Between a captain who’s a professional hero, a paramedic who wants to be Elvis, a cook who knows everything, and the other odd members of the crew, God help the public. Strange situations, bizarre occurrences, and occasional explosions run rampant, many based on actual incidents of writer Jon Crusoe’s thirty-two years in EMS. “Medics” Code 3 Special” is on the way and rolling hot.
Multiple Issues including The Long Ever After and The Big Sheep.
Once Upon a Time, a faerie girl came to live with a pagan lady in the Silicon Valley. This Faerie was the sole survivor of her tribe. The little Faerie desperately needed to feed on the energy released when humans made love. Unfortunately, the pagan lady did not have a husband or a boyfriend. A little problem like that, however, was not going to stop Morning Glory, the Faerie
For those folks who enjoy Finder comes another series from Carla Speed McNeal. Mystery Date 1 & 2 Includes Footnotes Booklet and The Mystery Date Companion which contains four short stories not orginally incorporated into the two regular issues. Also contains new illustrations.
Mystery! Action! Romance! Talking Cats! and lots of laughs are in store when MUDPIE, a 14 year old cat, and his Guardian AngelMouse find themselves thrown into fantastic worlds of Mudpie’s imagination! “Secret Agent O-O-Cool” and a YECHS FILES Alien Hunter are just two of the personas Mudpie takes on in his efforts to escape humdrum suburban life , and win the heart of his dream girl, Pawdette Brown. This is the first comic book series for MUDPIE, written and drawn by two time National Cartoonist Society Reuben Division Award winner, Guy Gilchrist, the cartoonist behind Jim Henson’s Muppets, Nancy, and Your Angels Speak. MUDPIE, in comic strip form, has been syndicated in newspapers around the world since 1998.
Multiple Issues and Stories
Volume 1 – Owly is a kind, yet lonely, little owl who’s always on the search for new friends and adventure. The first graphic novel in the series contains two enchanting novellas, “The Way Home” & “The Bittersweet Summer,” wherein Owly discovers the meaning of friendship, and that saying goodbye doesn’t always mean forever. Relying on a mixture of symbols, icons, and expressions to tell his silent stories, Runton’s clean, animated, and heartwarming style makes it a perfect read for anyone who’s a fan of Jeff Smith’s Bone or Mike Kunkel’s Herobear and the Kid. — 160 pages
Volume 2 – Our little friend learns that sometimes one has to make sacrifices and compromises when working at maintaining friendships. 128 Pages of all-age fun
After a series of strange events, our hero Paul finds himself in a fantastic world called “Pakkins’ Land.” Luckily, he has been befriended by a kind party of animals; Gus, a brave lion-like creature, Mr. Brambles, a large but friendly bear, the she-wolf Shahni, Tikvah the Flying Squirrel, a Raccoon by the name of Lila, and a small group of mice warrirors. They have been through some great adventures, but none that will prepare them for what they are about to face…
Comic by Richard Moore. Caleb and Kat are a lion and feline just out to make a buck (mostly illegally) in a world where humans and intelligent animals coexist.
Paul Grist’s primary focus is on his creator-owned series Kane. Appearing since 1993, the black and white comics tell the story of Detective Kane of the New Eden Police Department. He resumes his job at th 39th precinct after a 6-month absence following his shooting of his corrupt former partner Dennis Harvey. Since Harvey had a lot of (probably also pretty corrupt) friends in the department, Kane has to deal with a lot of trouble from his fellow officers, as well as from his arch nemesis, New Eden’s crime boss Oscar Darke.
Kane is absolutely unique in contemporary crime comics in terms of both writing and art, and instead of failing to give a sensible description I will try to get permission from Paul Grist to publish a short promotional story he did a couple of years ago. It summarizes the main plot and showcases some of his remarkable visual storytelling techniques.
Rare Breed is an adult anthology comic featuring comic stories and pinups by some of the best talent in the fandom. Lesser-seen species are commonly seen throughout its pages, although the classics still remain.
It was meant to be: The classic fantasy adventure that began the Redwall phenomenon is finally available in a cool graphic format. Illustrated by renowned comics artist Bret Blevins, Redwall: The Graphic Novel brings to life all the battles, all the heroes, and all the villains in a fun new format perfect for reluctant readers, those just entering the Redwall world, or the countless existing fans of the series.
Comics for all ages, it’s tales with the characters from Shanda the Panda with lots of nifty stuff like coloring pages and games.
Flinter’s Collections of Comics.