Monthly Archives: April 2020

Greetings Friends and Fans of Rabbit Valley Comics,

When the COVID-19 outbreak was declared a public health emergency in January by the World Health Organization we had a feeling things were going to change. Rabbit Valley is only able to survive because of our loyal customers who purchase books from us online, at conventions, and through our partners.

Over the past few months we have seen the cancelation or postponement of dozens furry community events including five events where our books would have been sold – and we agree with the hard working staff of the events, canceling/postponging is the right thing to do. That said, the social and financial impact on the creatives in the furry community who rely on conventions can’t be measured.

For over 20 years Rabbit Valley has been publishing and shipping anthropomorphic works to and for the furry community. We have partners in Arizona and New Jersey who are proud to staff Rabbit Valley tables at covnentions and help readers find the best in anthropomorphic literature and artistic works. Both Sean and I do our best to get on-line orders out in a timely manner. While we won’t be at any conventions until June – and only if deemed safe by the states hosting those conventions – we are shipping orders weekly.

Both Sean and I have day jobs which support Rabbit Valley in times of slow on-line orders and when conventions are forced to cancel. Rabbit Valley will be fine. Many of our creative partners and content contributors may not. If you have some spare scratch, you can help by ordering digital copies of their works. Digital books require no shipping, and a larger portion of the sale goes directly to the creators than printed books (as well as require no shipping costs on your part and no going out in public risking exposure on ours). We encourage you to look at all the digital items in our catalog here as well as visit our friends at Bad Dog Books, Radio Comix Digital Store, and our favorite artist K-9.

If you would like us to feature additional digital furry outlets, please email with a link.

Thank you for your continued support.

Andrew Rabbitt