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(Last Update May 17, 2013)
This twelfth annual Recommended Anthropomorphics List has two purposes.
Firstly, it is open for all Furry fans to recommend what they
consider to be the best anthropomorphic movies, TV series, novels,
artwork, games, etc. that they found first published during 2012. It is
for fans who want to know what anthropomorphic movies, TV series,
novels, etc. others found to be worth looking for. The List is open to
anyone to add to, so if you know of any 2012 Furry movies or comic books
or comic strips, etc. that you consider worth recommending, please send
your recommendations to:
The ALAA reserves the right to exclude from the Recommended
Anthropomorphics List, and from contention for an Ursa Major Award, any
works it deems to be obscene, libelous, illegal, or otherwise
detrimental to the integrity and good standing of the Ursa Major Awards
and the anthropomorphics fandom that those awards represent.
All recommendations for 2012 must be received by January 15, 2013.
It would be greatly appreciated if you are able to provide weblinks
to your recommendations so that we can correctly add them to the list.
The second purpose is to serve as a guide to which items were
produced in 2012, to help fans determine what is eligible to nominate
for the year's Ursa Major Awards (to be voted upon in 2013). Note: Recommendation of items to this list does not constitute nomination for the awards, nor is it a requirement for nomination! Nominations may not be done until January 2013 - check the Nominations page for instructions.
Fursuit performances qualify under "Dramatic Short Work or Series",
preferably in recorded form, or as performances which will be repeated.
The dividing line in size between Novel and Short Fiction is 40,000 words.
The "Other Literary Work" category is for any literary work
that does not fit into the existing written categories, including but
not limited to such things as short story and comic strip collections,
graphic novels, and non-fiction.
The Published Illustration category is intended for single
illustrations only. When multiple illustrations exist in the same
story/book be careful to identify exactly which illustration you mean.
Should you wish to recommend an artist of several illustrations in the
same story, none of which stands out above the other, cite the title
page or other first illustration.
Recommended Anthropomorphic Miscellany is not matched by a similar
category in the Ursa Major Awards. Recommended Miscellany is for those
items like the Realm of the Claw action figures that appeared awhile
back, or the Cthulhu plush dolls that do not fit into any of the
existing categories, but are too good to be ignored.
This Recommended List is posted at
This website includes links to as many as possible of the recommended
items that have their own entries on the Internet; so if you want to
know more about any of them, you can go right to its site.
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[Live-action or animated feature-length movies.]
- Brave (Directed by Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman, and Steve Purcell, June 22)
- Ernest & Celestine (Directed by Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar, & Benjamin Renner, December 12)
- Guskō Budori no Denki (Directed by Gisaburo Sugiil, July 7)
- Hotel Transylvania (Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, September 29)
- Ice Age: Continental Drift (Directed by: Steve Martino and Mike Thurmeier, July 13)
- The Lorax (Directed by Chris Renaud and Kyle Balda, March 2)
- Madagascar 3 (Directed by Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath, Conrad Vernon, June 8)
- Niko 2 - Little Brother Big Trouble (Directed by Kari Juusonen and Jørgen Lerdam
- Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki (Directed by Mamoru Hosoda, July 21)
- Rise of the Guardians (Directed by Peter Ramsey, November 21)
- Ted (Directed by Seth MacFarlane, June 29)
- The Pirates: Band of Misfits (Directed by Peter Lord and Jeff Newitt, April 27)
- Zambezia (Directed by Wayne Thornley, July 5)
[TV series or one-shots, advertisements or short videos.]
- Armello (League of Geeks and 12 Field, September 18)
- The Bear (BETC Paris for Canal+, June 23)
- Bringing Down the House (David & Goliath Agency for Kia, August 30)
- Bunny Bust (Directed by Kootra, February 25)
- The Cow That Almost Missed Christmas (Directed and Produced by Tim Searle, for CBeebies, December 19)
- Crayon Dragon (Directed by Toniko Pantoja at the California Institute of the Arts, May 30)
- Do It Anyway (Ben Folds Five for Nerdist Industries, September 17)
- Foxy Bingo "Born Free" (Produced by the Biscuit Agency for Foxy Bingo, February)
- From the Other Side (Czosnekstudio.com, September 22)
- FursuitTV (by Timduru; monthly episodes #71 to 82)
- Guardian open journalism: Three Little Pigs advert (Produced by the BBH agency, for The Guardian, Director Ringan Ledwidge, February 29)
- Henri 2, Paw de Deux (Directed by Will Braden, April 6)
- In Between (Alice Bissonet and others for Gobelins,September 4)
- Intel's "Tiger TV Dance Piece" (Directed by unidentified, March 11)
- Jungle Brawl II (by Lee Daniels, November 27)
- Kickball (Directed by Dana Terrace at the School of Visual Arts, April)
- The Last Bus ( Directed by Martin Snopek & Ivana Laucikova, October 25)
- Little Quentin (Directed by Albert 't Hooft and Paco Vink for il Luster Producties, April 26)
- Littlest Pet Shop (Directed by Joel Dickie, Season 1 Episode 1 to 9)
- Lost (Directed by EZWolf, September 1)
- Mannings Cat Meow Story 2012
(Produced by Metta Communications (writer and director prefer to be
anonymous) for Mannings Plus pharmacies of Hong Kong, January 3)
- Meltdown / La Fonte (directed by Carrie Mombourquette for NFB's Hothouse 8)
- Merry XXXmas from Room 366 (Produced by Reeve and EZWolf, Directed by Shay, December 3)
- Miss O, afterwork entre filles. (Produced by Fred & Farid Paris for Orangina Schweppes France, April 6)
- Miss O, la Rupture. (Produced by Fred & Farid Paris for Orangina Schweppes France, April 11)
- Mr. Cat (Animated by Joshua Palmer, October 20)
- My Little Brony -- Friendship is Tragic (Collegehumor.com, Contributing Staff: Director Amir Cohen, February 28)
- My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (Directed by James Thiessen and James Wooton, January 7(season 2 ep 12 to season 3 ep 9)
- Narnia Dogs Can't Stand (College Humor Staff, May 10)
- Pingu's The Thing (Lee Hardcastle, October)
- Puss in Boots: The Three Diablos (Directed by Raman Hui, Produced by Dreamworks, on the Puss in Boots DVD, February 24)
- Revit's IFC2012 Con Video featuring Dancing Duke (Revit, August)
- RusFurence: The Movie (Produced by JAFMET for RusFurence 2012 short movies contest, 5 Feb )
- Sarduyon's Encore performance at Anthrocon 2012 (Filmed by FoxxTF2 at Anthrocon 12 and posted to You Tube, June 19)
- Shirokuma Cafe (Studio Pierrot for TV Tokyo, April 5 #1 to Dec 27 #39)
- Shire's cute pet videos beulso Boy Dance (Plaync, April 21)
- Simon's Cat (Simon Tofield, January 17 to December 7)
- Tidal Talk from the Rock Pool (Written and Introduced by Lynne Truss, Produced by Sarah Blunt, for BBC Radio 4, 1st-15th May)
- VancouFur 2012 CTV News (CTV News, March 11)
- Warhorses of Letters (Written by Robert Hudson and Marie Phillips, Directed by Gareth Edwards, BBC Radio 4, Series 2, 28th November-19th December)
- Wastelander Panda Prologue (Epic Films, January)
- Watering Hole, Cheetah
( (Psyop/Smuggler production company for TAXI advertising agency, for
Kraft's MiO energy drink. Director: Dave Clemans, February 24)
works of 40,000 words or more. Serialized novels qualify only for the
year that the final chapter is published.]
- The Prince of Knaves, by Alflor Aalto. (Rabbit Valley, March) Mature Audiences.
- Sarin Barneby and All Of the King's Jewels by Alflor Aalto . (Internet, June)
- Sherlock Holmes: The Army of Dr Moreau by Guy Adams. (Titan Books, August 7)
- Albert of Adelaide, by Howard Anderson (Twelve, July 10)
- Where Earth Meets Sky, by Cloudy Skies. (Fimfiction.net, March)
- Caveat Fuzzy, by Wolfgang Diehr. (Pequod Press, July 30)
- Flight of the Star Phoenix, by Bernard Doove. (CreateSpace, November 7)
- Into the Desert Wilds, by Jim Galford (CreateSpace, August 10)
- The David Birkenhead Series, by Phil Geusz. (Legion Publishing, 7 volumes released January - December)
- Freedom City, by Phil Geusz. (FurPlanet Productions, February 24)
- Green Fairy, by Kyell Gold. (Sofawolf Press, March)
- By Sword and Star, by Renee Carter Hall (Anthropomorphic Dreams Publishing, March 20)
- Flight of the Godkin Griffin, by M. C. A. Hogarth (Sofawolf Press, June 18)
- Healing Wounds in Arabarb, by Charles Matthias (The Metamor Keep website, January 15)
- Air Force Gator, by Dan Ryckert. (Up To Something Publishing, November 13)
- The Man With Two Shadows, by Tristan Black Wolf (AuthorHouse, March 23)
- Warren Peace, by Michael Wombat. (Michael Wombat, September 5)
less than 40,000 words, poetry and other short written works.]
- Iron Eyes and the Watered-Down World, by Saladin Ahmed. (PodCastle 220, August 8)
- Dangerous Jade, by Malcolm Cross. (FurPlanet Productions,January) Mature Audiences.
- By the Morning's Light, by Fox Cutter. (The Metamor Keep website, February 19)
- Martyr, by Mark Allen Davis. (in Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe issue 50, September)
- Winter Games, by Kyell Gold. (FurPlanet Productions, September)
- Ten-Thousand Miles Up, by Rick Griffin. (Smashwords, March 29)
- The Bear with the Quantum Heart, by Renee Carter Hall. (In Strange Horizons, August)
- Nevermore, by Renee Carter Hall. (in Daily Science Fiction, November)
- Magnificent Dogs, by Huskyteer. (In ROAR, vol. 4, June 12)
- Wings, by Cary Kawamoto (in Tails of a Clockwork World: A Rainfurrest Anthology, September)
- Hot Chocolate for the Unicorn by Mary E. Lowd. (in Untied Shoelaces of the Mind, issue 6)
- Magtwilla and the Mouse, by Mary Lowd. (In Allasso Volume 2: Saudade, April 29)
- One Night in Nocturnia, by Mary Lowd. (In Tails of a Clockwork World: A Rainfurrest Anthology, September)
- One Sheep, by Mary Lowd. (In Allasso Volume 2: Saudade, April 29)
- Shreddy and the Christmas Ghost, by Mary Lowd,. ( Read by Peter Katt in Anthropomorphic Dreams Podcast AD 049, December)
- St. Kalwain and the Lady Uta, by Mary Lowd. (In ROAR 4, June)
- E = MC (pizza), by Chas. P. A. Melville. (in Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe issue 50, September)
- Plonqmas 2012, by Plonq. (Live Journal, December 22)
- Back Road by James Steele. (in Allasso Volume 2: Saudade, April 30)
- Man's Best Friend, by Grace Tang (in Nature 490, October 4)
collections, comic collections, graphic novels, non-fiction works, and
convention program books.]
- The Streets of His City & Other Stories, by Alflor Aalto. (Rabbit Valley, short story collection, September 9)
- Kingdom: Call of the Wild, by Dan Abnett and Richard Elson. (Rebellion Publishing/Harper Collins, graphic story collection, January 4)
- Draw More Furries: How to Create Anthropomorphic Fantasy Creatures, by Jarred Hodges and Lindsay Cibos. (IMPACT, art instruction, November 23)
- Prydwen: Gods and Monsters by Lynn Hogan. (Sofawolf Press, collected web comic, March)
- Flight Explorer, vol. 1, ed. by Kazu Kibuishi. (Villard, children's comic anthology, March 25)
- Opal Wine, by Alan Loewen. (Create Space, short story collection, March 28)
- The Furries Among Us by Colin McEnroe (Your Public Media, broadcast article, October 9)
- Rare 2012: A Mythical Anthro Calendar, multiple artists. (Rare, calendar, 2012)
- The Werewolf Calendar, 2012 , multiple artists. (the Werewolf Calendar, calendar, 2012)
- Housepets! Can Be Real Ladykillers (Book 3), by Rick Griffin. (CreateSpace, collected webcomic, August 16)
- Doc Rat, Vol. 9, There When I Needed You, Doc, by Jenner (Platinum Rat Productions, collected webcomic, June)
- Doc Rat, Vol. 10, Listen, Doc, by Jenner. (Platinum Rat Productions, collected webcomic, December 4)
- The Second Wave of Furry, by JM. ([adjective] [species], article, December 3)
- The Art of Brave, by Jenny Lerew (Chronicle Books, movie album, May 30)
- The Ursa Major Awards Anthology, ed. by Fred Patten. (FurPlanet Productions, anthology, June 14)
- Already Among Us, ed. by Fred Patten. (Legion Publishing, anthology, June 4.)
- Will of the Alpha: A BDSM Anthology, edited by Rechan and Kandrel. (Furplanet Productions, anthology, February) Mature Audiences.
- The Chronicles of Loquacious, Centaur, of Rhodes, by Rob S. Rice. (Esterhazy Press, short story collection, December 9)
- The Art of Madagascar 3, by Barbara Robertson. (Insight Editions, movie album, May 15)
- Roar, volume 4., Buck C. Turner. (Bad Dog Books, anthology, June)
- Slightly Damned, Book One, by Sarah "Chu" Wilson. (IndyPlanet, Graphic Novel, July 30)
[Includes comic books and serialised online stories.]
- Aesop's Ark, by J. Torres and Jennifer Meyer. (Monkeybrain Comics, issues 1-3)
- Altermeta, by Casey Young. (Internet, January 5 to December 19)
- Bat's in the Belfry, by Eric Alexander and Heather Alexander. (Internet, #238 to #244)
- Battle Beasts, by Bobby Curnow (IDW Publishing, issues 1-4)
- Beasts of Burden: Neighborhood Watch, by Evan Dorkin & Jill Thompson (Dark Horse Comics, August)
- Better Late than Never, by DaiGaijin. (Internet, Clearing your Mind page 3 to Honesty at last page 14) Mature Audiences.
- Bittersweet Candybowl, by Veronica "Taeshi" Vera. (Internet, January 25 to December 31)
- Blacksad: A Silent Hell, by Juan Diaz Canales & Juanjo Guarnido (Dark Horse Comics, July)
- Broken Plot Device, by Lis Boriss. (Internet, January 2 to October 25)
- The Catena Café, by DeBray and Tracy Bailey. (Internet, July 22 to December 30)
- Cats n' Cameras, written by Cheetah art by James Hardiman or TheTiedTigress. (Internet, January 1 to December 29)
- Cheap Thrills, by Skurvy. (Internet, ch 1 #63 to ch 4 #88)
- Chevalier: The Queen's Mouseketeer, by Darryl Hughes and Monique MacNaughton. (Internet, September 24))
- The Chronicles of Loth, by JE Flint and EFlint. (Internet, January 1 to December 31)
- Closed Gate, by Santiago Sanches Londoño (Internet, January 2 to August 27)
- Code Name Hunter, by Darc & Matt Sowers (Internet, Issue #15)
- Commander Kitty, by Scotty Arsenault. (Internet, January 1 to December 27)
- Coyote, by Mel White. (Internet, February 1 to June 11)
- Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures, by Amber M. Williams. (Internet strips #1274 to #1365)
- The Dawn Chapel, by Root. (Internet, February 9 to April 26)
- Dreamkeepers Prelude by David and Liz Lillie. (Internet, #212 to #235)
- Druids, by Amocin. (Internet, January 1 to December 28) Mature Audiences.
- Ebin and May, by Smudge (Internet, January 3 to December 21)
- Endtown, by Aaron Neathery. (Internet, January 2 to December 31)
- Exterminatus Now by Webber, Graham, Edney and Faulkner. (Internet, #391 to #438)
- Fables: Werewolves of the Heartland, by Bill Wellingham. (Vertigo, November 20)
- Felicia, Sorceress of Katara, by Chas. P. A. Melville (Internet strips from #41 to #83)
- Furry Experience, by Ellen Natalie. (Internet, from #182 to #250)
- Furthia High. by QuetzaDrake. (Internet, from to January 2 to December 13)
- Grandville: Bête Noire, by Bryan Talbot. (Jonathan Cape, December 6)
- The Interstellar Tea House, by Ironychan. (Internet, January 3 to December 27)
- Lackadaisy, by Tracy Butler. (Internet, January 24 (Lackadaisy Brimstone) to Lackadaisy Coercion)
- Mouse Guard: The Black Axe #4, by David Petersen (Archaia Entertainment LLC, January)
- Newshounds, by Thomas Dye (Internet, January 2 to December 31)
- Original Life, by Jay Naylor. (Internet, #271 to #375)
- Peter and Company, by Jonathan Ponikvar. (Internet strips from January 9 to November 5)
- Prequel (or Making a Cat Cry: The Adventure), by Kazerad. (Internet, January 1 to December 16)
- The Prophecy of the Circle, by Meghan Taylor. (Internet, chapter 2 pages 4 to 50)
- A Redtail's Dream, by Minna Sundberg. (Internet, January 1 to December 31)
- Slightly Damned, by Chu. (Internet, #479 to #563)
- Swords and Sausages by Jan (Internet from January 1 to December 22)
- Tales of the Questor, by RH Junior. (Internet, "the Journal of Ennias Longscript" page 27 to main story #783)
- 21 Century Fox, by Scott Kellog. (Internet, January 6 to December 31)
- TwoKinds by Tom Fischbach (Internet strips from #641 to #705)
- UTC (Urgent Transformation Crisis) by Jim Whaley (Internet strips from January 3 (#XC) to October 19)
- World of Warcraft: Pearl of Pandaria, by Micky Nelson. (DC Comics, September 25)
- Zodiac by John Mann (Internet from January 4 to October 17)
newspaper-style strips, including those with ongoing arcs.]
(Note - The Belfry contains links to a wide variety of on-line comics including many Furry ones.)
- The Abominable Charles Christopher, by Karl Kerschl (Internet, January 4 to December 26)
- Carry On, by K. Garrison (Internet, January 2 to December 31)
- Chivalry & Knavery, by PT Cooper (Internet strips from #585 to #637)
- College Catastrophe, by Jan (Internet, January 1 to December 30)
- Curtailed, by Mandy (Internet strips from April 8 to December 30)
- Dark Side of the Horse, by Samson. (Internet strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Deer Me, by Sheryl Schopfer. (Internet strips from #401 to #420)
- Doc Rat, by Jenner (Internet, January 2 to December 31)
- Downscale, by Steven Gilberg. (Internet strips from January 6 to December 28)
- Faux Pas by Robert and Margaret Carspecken. (Internet strips from #1387 to #1505)
- Felina va a Paris, by Rocio Perez (Internet, January 12 to December 19)
- Fred Basset, by Alex Graham. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Freefall by Mark Stanley. (Internet strips from January 2 to December 31)
- FW! Adventures, by Wilfredo R. Ortiz. (Internet, March 6 to August 24)
- Garfield, by Jim Davis. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Goblin Hollow, by R.H. Junior. (Internet strips from #395 to #399)
- Heathcliff, by George Gately. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Heavenly Nostrils, by Dana Simpson, (Syndicated, Internet, April 22 to December 31)
- Housepets! by Rick Griffin (Internet strips from January 2 to December 31)
- Inherit the Earth, by Joe Pearce & Falkurneeze (Internet, January 5 to December 20)
- Kevin and Kell by Bill Holbrook (Internet stips from January 1 to December 31)
- Kit & Carlyle, by Larry Wright. (Syndicated strips from January 2 to December 31)
- The Laugh-Out-Loud Cats, by Apelad (Internet, #1873 to #2157)
- Little Tales, by Genesis Eve Whitmore. (Internet strips from January 13 (Bacon Blasphemy) to December 31 (Resolution))
- Molly and the Bear, by Bob Scott (Syndicated, Internet, January 1 to December 31)
- Mother Goose & Grimm, by Mike Peters. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Mr Cow, by Chuck Melville. (Internet strips from January 2 to December 31)
- Mutts, by Patrick McDaniel. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Over The Hedge, by T. Lewis and Michael Fry. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Pearls Before Swine, by Stephan Pastis. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Precocious, by Christopher J. Paulsen. (Internet, #1029 to #1934)
- Prickly City, by Scott Stantis. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Sabrina Online, by Eric Schwartz. (Internet strips from January to December)
- Sandra and Woo, by Powree and Oliver Knörzer. (Internet, January 3 to December 31)
- Sequential Art, by Philip M. Jackson. (Internet strips from #739 to #819)
- Shoe, by Chris Cassatt and Gary Brookins. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Skin Horse, by Shaenon K. Garrity and Jeffrey C. Wells. (Internet, January 2 to December 31)
- Slylock, by Bob Weber Jr. (Syndicated strips from January 1 to December 31)
- Swamp, by Gary Clark. (Internet, January 1 to December 31)
- Transmission, by Mark Alexander Smith. (Internet strips from #34 to #67)
- Valleydog, by Michael Folf. (Internet strips from January 6 to December 25)
- Vicki Fox, by Michael Russell and Shelley Pleger. (Internet strips from #746 to 752)
- West Corner of the Park, by Jim Groat. (Internet strips from January 1 to December 30)
- What the Fuzz, by Elenawing. (Internet strips from #39 to #46)
- The Whiteboard, by Doc Nickel. (Internet strips from January 2 to December 31)
- Woods for the Trees, by Thomas Alun Jones. (Internet strips from August 22 to December 24)
collections of creative and/or informational works by various people,
professional or amateur, published in print or online in written,
pictorial or audio-visual form.]
- ActFur On Air podcast (Season 4)
- Allasso (Internet, also Createspace, Volume 2: Saudade, April 29)
- Anthro Dreams (Internet podcast, Anthropomorphic Dreams Publishing)
- Flayrah (Internet from January 1 to December 31)
- Fur What It's Worth podcast (Season 1 episode 7 to Season 2 episode 18)
- Fuzzy Logic podcast (Episode 29 to 70)
- In-Fur-Nation (Internet from January 2 to December 29)
- Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe (Issue 50, September)
for books, magazines, convention program books, cover art for such,
coffee table portfolios.]
- Richard Bartrop. Big Red:Hello Nurse! in the Further Confusion 2012 Convention Book, January 12.
- Blotch, back cover MIDFur 2012 Convention book, December 4.
- Blotch, cover of The Ursa Major Awards Anthology, edited by Fred Patten, FurPlanet Productions, June 14.
- Barb Cummings, splash page for Take Three on page 16, Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe #50, September.
- Dark Natasha, cover of the MiDFur 2012 conbook, December 4.
- Beth Sabretoothed Ermine, cover of Winter Games by Kyell Gold, FurPlanet Publications, September
- Roz Gibson, cover of Already Among Us, edited by Fred Patten, Legion Publishing, June 4.
- Henrieke Goorhuis, cover of the EuroFurence XVIII Con Book, August 29.
- Michelle Hunt (Mochi) cover of the CaliFur VII program book, June 1.
- Michele Hunt, poster for CaliFur IX 2013, in CaliFur VIII program book, June 1.
- Kaji, "The Apocalypse", poster for MiDFur 2012 in the MiDFur the 13th conbook, January 4.
- Mike Kazaleh, one of two covers of the Anthrocon 2012 conbook, June 14.
- Krahnos. Cover for Further Confusion 2012 Convention Book, January 12.
- Laken Steeljaw. "Princess Perfection" in the Further Confusion 2012 Convention Book, January 12.
- Louvelex, cover of The Blood Jaguar by Michael H. Payne, Sofawolf Press, June.
- Dev Madan, one of two covers of the Anthrocon 2012 conbook, June 14.
- Kacey Miyagami, wrap around cover for Flight of the Star Phoenix by Bernard Doove, November.
- Mary Minch/Mouse, cover of Furry Fiesta 2012 conbook, February 24
- Pablo Alberto Ordeñana, Mausmerryjest Muchahazel on FurAffinity, August.
- Vanessa Pridgen, splash page for Martyr on page 26, Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe #50, September.
- Rukis, cover of Green Fairy by Kyell Gold, Sofawolf Press, March 15.
- Pan Hesekiel Shiroi, double-page spread on pages 34-35 in the EuroFurence XVIII Con Book, August 29.
- RogueLiger, illustration "Matthias Leaves Home" on the Metamor Keep website, December 9.
- Silent Rayvn, wraparound cover of Allasso volume 2, Saudade, May 1.
- Darryl Taylor, wraparound cover of Into the Desert Wilds, by Jim Galford, CreateSpace, August 10
[Computer or console games, role-playing games, board games.]
- Angry Birds: Space (Developer and Publisher: Rovio Entertainment, March 22)
- Angry Birds: Star Wars (Developer: Rovio Entertainment; Publishers: Rovio Entertainment in conjunction with LucasArts, November 8)
- Angry Birds Trilogy (Developers: Rovio/Housemarque and Exient Entertainment; Publisher: Activision, October 6)
- Bad Piggies (Developer and Publisher: Rovio Entertainment, September 27)
- Common Grounds (Developer and Publisher: Fupoco, March) Mature Audiences.
- Dust: An Elysian Tail (Developer: Dean Dodrill/Humble Hearts; Publisher: Microsoft Studios, August 15)
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Dawnguard (Developer and Publisher: Bethesda Software, August 2)
- Epic Mickey: The Power of Illusion (Developers: Blitz Games Studios and Junction Point Studios; Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios, November 18)
- Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (Developers: Blitz Games Studios and Junction Point Studios; Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios, November 18)
Furry Basketball Association (Podcast role-playing, January 1 to October 7)
- Hatoful Boyfriend (Developer and Publisher: MIST(PSI)PRESS, February 15)
- My Little Pony Friendship is Magic (Developer and Publisher: Gameloft, November 8)
- Nordguard: The Card Game (Sofawolf Press, November)
- PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale
(Developers: SuperBot Entertainment, SCE Santa Monica Studio, and
Bluepoint Games; Publishers: Sony Compter Entertainment America,
- Pokemon Black 2 and White 2 (Developer: Game Freak; Publishers: Nintendo and The Pokemon Company, October 7)
- Pokemon Conquest (Developer: Tecmo Koei; Publishers: Nintendo and The Pokemon Company, June 18)
- PokePark 2: Wonders Beyond (Developer: Creatures Inc.; Publisher: Nintendo, February 24)
- Puppy Love I (Developer and Publisher: Nai-chan's Studio Knockout, September 28)
- Puppy Love II: The Spacening (Developer and Publisher: Nai-chan's Studio Knockout, December 7)
- Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault (Developer: Insomniac Games; Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment, November 27)
- Skylanders: Giants (Developers: Toys for Bob, Vicarious Visions, n-Space; Publisher: Activision, October 21)
- Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II (Developers: Dimps and Sonic Team; Publisher: Sega, May 15.)
- World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria (Developer and Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment, September 25)
collections of art, stories, and other creative and/or informational
works. Includes galleries, story archives, directories, blogs, and
- [adjective][species] , about exploring furry fandom.
- FurAffinity, art website.
- Furry4life, Furry social networking site.
- Furry sub-Reddit, content voting and discussion
- Furry Writers' Guild, news, tools and resources for writers.
- Inkbunny, furry art and story community.
- Rainbow Ark, community discussion site. Gay Christian Furries mostly.
- SoFurry, art, fiction & chat community.
- WikiFur, furry encyclopedia.
- World Walkers Collection, by K.A. Jones. Stories and background information about the "World Walkers" universe.
- Yerf Historical Archive, art archive.