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(Last Update January 14, 2019)
This eighteenth 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 2018. 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 2018 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 2018 must be received by midnight PST, January 15, 2019.
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 2018, to help fans determine what is eligible to nominate for the year's Ursa Major Awards (to be voted upon in 2019). 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 made until January 2019 - check the Nominations page for instructions.
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.
Fursuit performances qualify under "Dramatic Short Work or Series", preferably in recorded form, or as performances which will be repeated.
Fursuit is an Award category with special requirements. Due to the difficulties with administering this category, we will have to ask for extra information and other requirements to accept them into this category. To submit them to the Recommended List we require ALL of the following:
- Fursuit name
- Fursuit's maker
- Fursuit's owner/player (if not the maker)
- Good quality photograph taken during the eligible year (2018 at present) with permission to publish it
- Date photograph taken
- Venue at which the photograph was taken (MUST be at a convention or furmeet where a significant number of people have seen it)
If all details are correctly supplied, the fursuit will be eligible for an Ursa Major Award for that year only. ALL fursuits are eligible for the Recommended List and as a candidate for an Award for ONE YEAR ONLY. When Award nominations are opened in January, all nominees for the Fursuit category must be chosen from those on the Recommended List for the eligible year. The Ursa Major Award will be given to the fursuit maker, not the wearer/performer. Photographs will be published on this website for consideration by the public. You must have the rights to that photo and grant us permission to show it. NOTE: An Award will only be presented if there are sufficient recommendations to proceed with it.
This Recommended List is posted at http://www.ursamajorawards.org/. 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.]
- Alpha (Directed by Albert Hughes; August 17)
- Avengers: Infinity War (Directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo; April 27)
- A-X-L (Directed by Oliver Daly; August 24)
- Cats (Directed by Gary Wang; April 5)
- Christopher Robin (Directed by Marc Forster; August 3)
- The Donkey King (Directed by Aziz Jindani; October 13)
- Duck Duck Goose (Directed by Chris Jenkins, March 9 (July 20 USA)
- Early Man (Directed by Nick Park; January 26)
- Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer (Directed by Jennifer Westcot;, November 30)
- The Grinch (Directed by Scott Mosier and Yarrow Cheney; November 9)
- The Happytime Murders (Directed by Brian Henson; August 22)
- Here Comes the Grump (Directed by Andres Couturier; March 1)
- Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky; July 13)
- Isle of Dogs. (Directed by Wes Anderson; April 13)
- Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Directed by J.A. Bayona; May 21)
- Mary Poppins Returns (Directed by Rob Marshall; December 19)
- Peter Rabbit. (Directed by Will Gluck; February 9)
- Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero (Directed by Richard Lanni; April 13)
- Sherlock Gnomes (Directed by John Stevenson; March 23)
- Smallfoot (Directed by Karey Kirkpatrick; September 28)
- Sorry to Bother You (Directed by Boots Riley, January 20)
- Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Directed by Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman; December 14)
- White Fang (Directed by Alexandre Espigares; March 28)
[TV series or one-shots, advertisements or short videos.]
- The Adventures of Puss in Boots (Directed by Roy Burdine, Johnny Castuciano, Dan Forgione and Bob Suarez, Season 6)
- The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle 2018 (Produced by DreamWorks animation; May 11)
- Aggretsuko (Directed by Rarecho, episodes 1-10)
- Bad Bad Bunny (Directed by Eric Fogel, August 4)
- The Ballad of Bea and Cad (Directed by Tim Probert, June 9)
- Bear Wrestler (Directed by Greg Franklin; October 6)
- Bilby (Directed by Liron Topaz, Pierre Perifel and JP Sans; June 16)
- Bird Town News (Directed by Mike Pitts, September 15)
- Blue Orb (Directed by Vela Noble / Leafydragon, May 20)
- BoJack Horseman (Directed by Raphael Bob-Waksberg; Season 5, September 14)
- Broduel (Directed by Michael Annear, May 19)
- Brush: A Fox Tale (Directed by Willi Anton and Faustina Arriola; May 12)
- Bubba the Bear (episode 1 "Misfits and Monsters") (Directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, June 11)
- Bug Salad (Directed by Carl Faruolo, Episode 1 to Episode 6)
- Charlie and Mr. Two (Directed by Marc Ceccarelli, September 22)
- Clicken Attack (Directed by Wumi; January 26)
- Cliffside (Directed by Liam Vickers; May 20)
- Cupcakery of Doom (Directed by Trevor Reece, March 20)
- Dia De Los Tacos (Directed by Vincent Scala, April 17)
- DJ Cluck & MC Mole (Directed & Directed by Matt Morgan; October 13)
- Dog and Squirrel (Directed by Andrea Gerstmann, March 24)
- Dragon Pilot: Hisone and Masotan (Directed by Bones; episodes 1 to 12)
- DuckTales (2017 reboot) (Directed by John Aoshima, Matthew Humphreys, and Dana Terrace, Episode 10 to 30)
- Earmouse and Bottle (Directed by Brian Morante, September 8)
- The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants (Directed by Octavio E. Rodriguez, Todd Grimes, & John Harvatine IV; episodes 1 to 13)
- Final Space (Directed by Ben Bjelajac, Dan O'Connor, Chris Paluszek & Mike Roberts; Feb. 26 to April 30)
- First Christmas (Directed by Kyra Buschor and Constantin Paeplow; December 2)
- Fun Times with Rez (Directed by Chris Conforti, May 22)
- Future Card Buddyfight X All Star Fight (Directed for Bushiroad, April 7)
- The Girl From Dinosaur Island (Directed by Celestino Marina, February 17)
- Happy Zoo (Directed by Yum Yum London, June 2)
- Harpy Gee (Directed by Brianne Drouhard, March 3)
- Howdy, Harrdy (Directed by Henrique Lira & Jonas Brandao; November 24)
- Ice Station Zedonk (Directed by Tom Parkinson, February 20)
- Jan and Bobbie (Directed by Hannah Watanabe-Rocco, September 1)
- Jo Minkus (Directed by Benjamin Anders; November 10)
- Killing Bites (Directed by Yasuto Nishikata; episodes 1-12)
- Koji (Directed by Alexander M. Snow, Studio Mir; November 5)
- Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny (Directed by Lane Lueras, Johnny Castuciano, James Wootton, Mike Mullen, and Rhianna Williams; Season 1 Episode 1 to Episode 13)
- Lazybones (Directed by Casey Alexander, March 13)
- Leashes (Directed by Derekh Froude and Michael Kaufman, May 26)
- The Lion Guard (Directed by Howy Parkins and Tom Derosier; Season 2 Episode 13 to 25)
- Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own (Directed by Gillian Comerford and Estrela Lourenço, Season 1, Episode 1 to 50)
- Low Life (Directed by Mike Hollingsworth, May 1)
- Meat Pie (Directed by Gabe Swarr, September 15)
- Mice, a small story (Directed by Jade Baillargeault, Nazli Doale, Dimitri James, Quang Daniel La, Morgane Lau, Mélanie Pango, Manon Pringault; September 7)
- Mr. Sheep and Sleepy Bear (Directed by Alan Foreman, Episode 1 to Episode 6)
- Muppet Babies (2018 series) (Guy Moore , David Baas , Yoon-suk Choi , Eric Shaw & Matt Diamond; episodes 1 to 14)
- My Friend Pancake (Directed by Rikke Asbjoern, February 27)
- My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (Directed by Denny Lu and Mike Myhre, Season 8 Episode 1 to My Little Pony: Best Gift Ever)
- The Myth of Robo Wonder Kid ( Directed by Joel Mackenzie, March 17)
- Never Be Alone Fan Animation (Directed by Blankie, March 21)
- Night Crew (Directed by Caitlin Rose Boyle & Tara Helfer, July 28)
- Night in the Woods Animated Tribute (Directed by Sarah Y / Whatchyagonnado, September 29)
- No Evil (Directed by Betsy Lee, episodes 29 to 32)
- Off the Shelf (Directed by Robert Iza, July 3)
- Ottermelon (Directed by Temiree, December 25)
- The Outsiders (Directed by Chris Garbutt and Rikke Asbjoern, July 21)
- Peepoodo (tvtime link)(Directed by Balak, episodes 1-18) Mature Audiences.
- Pig and a Blanket (Directed by Brendon Ingvy Gillas, April 28)
- Pine (Directed by India Crooke, May 24)
- Plunger the Dragon (Directed by James Kochalka, June 23)
- Pottyhorse (Directed by Damien Barchowsky and Jeff Drake, April 10)
- Ramblers (Directed by Darren Dunstan, February 24)
- Russell & Fox's Cruel and Unusual Detention (Directed by Dan Abdo & Jason Patterson, May 15)
- Someplace Awesome (Directed by Eamonn O'Neill & Mara Curran; November 17)
- Space Mission: Danger! (Directed by Lynn Wang & Ed Skudder, March 27)
- Summer Camp Island (Directed by Julia Pott; Season One episode 1 to 20)
- Super Dinosaur (Directed by William Lau and Ken Cunningham; Episodes 1 to 23)
- The Super Dooper Studios (Directed by Sabine Raven and Stine Buhl, May 8)
- Tennis, the Good Boy (Directed by Ronald Stanage and Audres Parada, June 30)
- Torum Tellum (Directed by Jim Mortensen, June 5)
- Tyler & Co. (Directed by Gabe Janisz, February 27)
- Watership Down trailer (Directed by Peter Dodd, Seamus Malone and Alan Short; December 4)
- Watership Down (Directed by Peter Dodd, Seamus Malone, Alan Short and Noam Murro; episodes 1-4)
- Welcome to Doozy (Directed by Kathleen Good, January 16)
- Werebeast (Directed by James Lancett, October 27)
- Woodstump! (Directed by Zac Moncrief, August 15)
[Written works of 40,000 words or more. Serialized novels qualify only for the year that the final chapter is published.]
- Endling #1: The Last, by Katherine Applegate. (HarperCollins; May 1)
- Tomori's Legacy, by Beryll & Osiris Brackhaus. (CreateSpace; June 1)
- Snow in the Year of the Dragon, by H. Leighton Dickson. (CreateSpace; May 1)
- Cosmic Lotus, by Bernard Doove. (CreateSpace; June 26)
- Vincent and the Dissidents, by Christopher Locke. (CreateSpace; April 16)
- The Snake's Song: A Labyrinth of Souls Novel, by Mary E. Lowd. (ShadowSpinners Press; March 13)
- Small World, by Gre7g Luterman. (Thurston Howl Publications; April 23)
- Dangerous Thoughts, by James L. Steele. (KTM Publishing; June 21))
- The Listonian, by D.L. Nighly. (Page Publishing, Inc.; July 12)
- Queen of Arts, by Frances Pauli. (CreateSpace; February 15)
- The Moons of Barsk, by Lawrence M. Schoen (Tor Books; August)
- Once a Dog, by Shaune Lafferty Webb. (Jaffa Books; May 7)
[Stories less than 40,000 words, poetry and other short written works.]
- Antares, by BC Bushi. (In Cirsova Heroic Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine #9; September 1)
- Zoo, by Ellen Denton. (In Zooscape; December 1)
- Pole Position, by Jaden Drakus. (In Heat 15; July 5) Mature Audiences.
- The Beating of Wild Hooves, by Dwale. (In CLAW, volume 1, July) Mature Audiences.
- Roses, by Searska Greyraven. (In CLAW, volume 1; July) Mature Audiences.
- Dragon Toast, by Nina Kiriki Hoffman. (In Zooscape; September 15)
- Qibla, by Bill Keifer. (In ROAR 9; July)
- Suddenly, Chihuahua, by Madison Keller. (In What the Fox?!, Thurston Howl Publications; March 6)
- Sentient Tears, by A Humphrey Lanham. (In Zooscape; December 1)
- Chrysalis Party, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Kaleidotrope; June)
- Go High, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; January 24)
- Heart of the Gas Giant, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; February 7)
- Hypercrystal Wish, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; September)
- Jetpack and Cyborg Wings, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; October)
- The Night Janitor and Alien Oceans, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Typewriter Emergencies; June)
- Not All Dogs, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Dissident Signals; July)
- Of Starwhals and Spaceships, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; January 31)
- The Oldest One, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; September)
- The Pink Agate, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; September)
- The Promise, by TJ Minde (In Heat 15, Sofawolf Press; July 5) Mature Audiences.
- Queen Doripauli and the Sproutlings, by Mary E. Lowd. ( Daily Science Fiction; January 3)
- Rapscallions, by Mary E. Lowd. (In What the Fox?!; March 8)
- The Rocky Spires of Planet 227, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Exploring New Places; July)
- Thirty Honey Feasts To Go, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Theme of Absence; July)
- Tortoise Who, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Exploring New Places; July)
- Veins of Black, Dust of Gold, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; September)
- Waking Up In The Genie Shop, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; January 17)
- Welcome to the Arboretum, Little Robot, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Analog Science Fiction and Fact, July/August 2018 Issue; June)
- Wing Day, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; October)
- Winged Folk Only, by Mary E. Lowd. (In Daily Science Fiction; January 10)
- The Best And Greatest Story, by Mog Moogle. (In What the Fox?!, Thurston Howl Publications; March 6)
- The Rabbit, by Mallory Ortberg. (In The Merry Spinster; March)
- The Far Side of the Ocean, by Lena Ng. (In Zooscape; December 1)
- Some of Us Had Been Threatening Our Friend Mr. Toad, by Mallory Ortberg. (In The Merry Spinster; March, 2018)
- Come to Todor!, by Fred Patten. (In Exploring New Places, FurPlanet Productions; July 5)
- A Legend In His Own Time, by Fred Patten. (In What the Fox?!, Thurston Howl Publications; March 6)
- Charlie At The End, by Frances Pauli. (In Zooscape; December 1)
- Plonqmas 2018, by Plonq. (Internet; December 24)
- Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Presents a Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo, by Jill Twiss, illustrated by EG Keller. (Chronicle Books; March 18)
- Marlon Bundo's Day in the Life of the Vice President, by Charlotte Pence, illustrated by Karen Pence. (Regnery Kids; March 19)
- Uri's Bittersweet Story, by Uranium 235. (CrossTime Cafe; December 9)
- Voyage of the Dogs, by Greg van Eekhout. (HarperCollins; September)
[Story collections, comic collections, graphic novels, and convention program books.]
- The Bad Guys in Aliens vs Bad Guys, by Aaron Blabey. (Scholastic Paperbacks, Graphic Novel, March 27)
- Dissident Signals, edited by NightEyes DaySpring and Slip Wolf. (FurPlanet Productions, July 5)
- Heat 15, produced by Dark End, Teagan Gavet. (Sofawolf Press, July 5) Mature Audiences.
- Infurno, edited by Thurston Howl. (Thurston Howl Publications; April) Mature Audiences.
- Species: Foxes volume 2, edited by Thurston Howl. (Thurston Howl Publications; January 28)
- Exploring New Places, edited by Fred Patten. (FurPlanet Productions, July 5)
- ROAR 9, edited by Mary E. Lowd. (FurPlanet Productions, July)
- What the Fox?!, edited by Fred Patten. (Thurston Howl Publications; March 6) both trade paperback and deluxe editions
- Bearly Fiction (Volume 1), by Frances Pauli. (CreateSpace, short story collection, May 9, 2018)
- Dog Man: Lord of the Fleas, by Dav Pilkey. (Scholastic Inc., Graphic Novel, August 28)
- Tales from the Guild: World Tour, edited by Ocean Tigrox. (FurPlanet Productions, story anthology, July)
- At Home With The Furries, by Tom Broadbent. (Stay Free Publishing, a photographic collection of fursuit portraits; September)
- The day that Fandom died - November 12th, 2018 - Loss of a creator and a super fan (Rooview, November 25)
- Even in a Fursuit, SonicFox keeps winning Fighting Game Tournaments, by Ian Walker. (Internet, April 23)
- F/F Collective Vol. 1. by many people. (Distributed by Hyena Agency, furry fashion collaborative book, October 8)
- FHC #1: The Ursa Major Awards (Created by It's a Furry Thing!, March 15)
- Fluff Punk (Culturally F'd, video; episode 59, April 11)
- Furries assist, help lead to arrest of Levi "SnakeThing" Simmons (Rooview, October 28)
- Furries | Down the Rabbit Hole (Created by Fredrik Knudsen, August 13)
- Furries Surprise Strangers For The First Time, by BuzzFeed Video. (YouTube, video; August 17)
- Fursuit History (Culturally F'd, videos; parts 1 to 5, February 16 to December 11)
- A letter to fans of all spots and stripes (7:47 onwards) (World in RooView, video; May 6)
- Local furries explain the oft-misunderstood community of their clawed, pawed and feathered friends, by Heidi Beedle. (Internet, September 12)
- Making A Musical Tail, by Eric Risher. (YouTube, video; December 5)
- Mom! Mom! Mommy! Mommy! Mum! Mum! Mama! Mama! (Fur What It's Worth, audio; season 8, episode 2, October 14)
- Resources for Parents, by FurScience (Internet, December 5)
- Snakebusters, Episode 1, with Violent J and Ruby Bruce Lee. (YouTube, video; July 9)
- Stunning D&D Cosplay Brings Kenku To Life, by D&D Beyond. (YouTube, video; March 6)
- This is Life with Lisa Ling: Furry Nation. (CNN, video; November 18)
- Ursa Majors: How to Nominate (Rooview, February 11)
- Ursa Majors: How to Vote (Rooview, March 25)
[Includes comic books and serialized online stories.]
- '32 Kick Up, by Silly Rookie. (Internet; January 9 to December 26)
- A&H Club, by Rick Griffin. (Internet; January 6 to November 25)
- The Bad Guys: Do-You-Think-He-Saurus?!, by Aaron Blabey. (Scholastic Paperbacks, August 28)
- The Bad Guys: Superbad, by Aaron Blabey. (Scholastic Paperbacks, December 26)
- Bad Kitty Camp Daze, by Nick Bruel. (Square Fish, December 31)
- Beastars, by Paru Itagaki. (In Weekly Shōnen Champion, Volumes 7 to 11)
- Bethellium, by A Blue Deer. (Internet, page 1 to 20)
- Beyond The Western Deep, by Alex. (Internet, Chapter 3 page 54 to 77)
- The Blackblood Alliance, by KayFedewa. (Internet, January to December)
- Boy's Land, by Devyn Lei and Jack Ellis, (Internet, Jan 13 to September 1)
- Breach, by Scrirei and Hollulu. (Internet, Prologue to page 9)
- Bustletown, by Becky and Frank. (Internet, Book 1 page 1 to 43)
- Chakra, by ARVEN92 (Internet, page 331 to 378)
- Chronicles of Botan, by Mareckirawr. (Internet, December 14 to December 21)
- CinderStone ECLIPZA, by Nightrizer (Internet, page 103 to 110)
- Clink, by Cody Forkes. (Internet, October 30)
- Cottons: The Secret of the Wind, by Jim Pascoe. (First Second Books, July 3)
- Dark White, by Lilly Aguilar (Internet, page 175 to 185)
- The Depths, by Leilani Perierre. (Internet; page 1 to 57) Mature Audiences.
- Divide Et Imperia, by Olaffson. (Internet, August 30 to December 8)
- Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild, by Dav Pilkey. (Scholastic, Inc; December 24)
- Emporium, by Ramvling, (Internet; Moniker Assignment to Lights Out 48)
- Endtown, by Aaron Neathery. (Internet; January 1 to December 31)
- Forget Me Not, by Croozie. (Internet, August 28 to December 31)
- The Forsaken Girl, by DragonPinata. (Internet, September 26 to December 31)
- Freefall, by Mark Stanley. (Internet; #3065 to 3221)
- The Good Times Comic, by Amy T. Caluori. (Internet (moved to Patreon Jan 2019); Strip 1 to 22) Mature Audiences.
- Gungear, by Catzk3. (Internet, January 1 to December 31)
- Fallen World, by epicsaveroom. (Internet, January 6 to December 25)
- Fighter Dan, by Samuel Zarate. (Internet, page Superior 3-13 to Goldheart 47)
- Fukuoka Academy, by Violetashesf. (Internet, January 7 to July 2) Mature Audiences.
- Fugaia-Lubo, by JomoOval. (Internet, January 1 to December 27)
- Heir of the Holt, by GideonJones. (Internet, July 2 to December 31)
- Horror Shop, by NightmareCourt, the_vizir, and Mbeau. (May 22 to December 18)
- How To Solve The Crimes, by Andrew Philpot. (Internet, January 7 to December 31)
- In the Lion's Den, by Beatrice Cho. (Internet, page 127 to 216)
- Infinity Refugees, by Thomas K Dye. (Internet, January 1 to December 26)
- Jack Legend, by Joseph OPossum. (Internet, Episode 1 page 10 to 39)
- Kaijumax Volume 4 by Zander Cannon. (Oni Press, volume 4 issue 1 to 3)
- Made In Abyss, by Akihito Tsukushi. (Takeshobo/Web Comic Gamma, Ch. 44 to Ch. 50 + standalone Volumes 6 to 7)
- Manic! Autistic Super Hero Web Comic (Internet, September 10 to December 31)
- Missing Patches, by Rachael Briner. (Internet, January 18)
- Oinari JK Tamamo-Chan, by Yuuki Ray. (Comic REX, volume 1 to Ch. 46 + standalone Volume 2)
- Panique au Zoo, by Frédéric Bagères, Marie Voyelle, and Jérôme Alvarez. (Delcourt, June 13)
- Peter and Company, by Jonathan and Whitney Ponikvar. (Internet; page 269 to 278)
- Peter and Whitney, by Jonathan and Whitney Ponikvar. (Internet; page 21 to 29)
- Pure Light, by Pure Light Comics. (Internet, February 1 to December 29)
- Pure of Heart, by Hamster Toybox. (Internet, January 3 to December 17)
- Rabbit Hole, by Detrah. (Internet, November 21 to December 31)
- Ray Fox, by Scotty Artz. (Internet; May 2)
- Rascals, by Mastergodai. (Internet, January to December)
- Rat et les animaux moches, by Sibylline, D'Aviau Jérôme, and Capucine. (Delcourt, May 2
- Ruinworld, by Derek Laufman. (Boom! Studios, issues 1 to 5)
- Scurry, by Mac Smith. (Internet; January 4 to December 31)
- Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-San, by Rimukoro. (Comic Newtype, Ch. 7 to Ch. 27 + standalone Volumes 1 to 3)
- Skin Deep, by Kory Bing. (Internet; January 1 to April 9)
- Slightly Damned, by Chu. (Internet, January 6 to November 30)
- Sonic SatAM Sea3on, by Paul. (Internet; Chapter 7 page 2 to 22)
- Sonic the Comic Online, by lotsa fans of Sonic. (Internet, May to December)
- StarWarriors, by Scott Fraser. (Internet, January 5 to December 28)
- Suburban Jungle, Rough Housing, by John Robey. (Internet; January 8 to December 25)
- Surviving the Idiots, by Lady Beelze. (Internet; page 35 to 48)
- Swords and Sausages, by Jan. (Internet; January 7 to December 25)
- A Tale of Tails, by Feretta. (Internet; January 7 to December 23) Mature Audiences.
- Tales of Kalzeria, by Neon Noble. (Internet; February 6 to December 28)
- Taria, by Titus E Weiss. (Internet, March 14 to October 11)
- Tigress Queen, by Allison Shaw. (Internet; January 5 to December 15)
- Trip Across the Multiverse, by GalacticPotato. (Internet; page 13 to 64)
- Tukk and Rol, by (Internet, January 7 to December 30)
- Twin Dragons, by Robin Dassen. (Internet; January 1 to December 31)
- TwoKinds, by Tom Fischbach. (Internet; January 4 to December 22)
- Uber Quest, by Skidd and Phuufy. (Internet; page 210 to whenever they went on hiatus - page is DOWN)
- UNNATURAL, by Mirka Andolfo. (Image Comics; issue 1 to 12) Mature Audiences.
- Urgent Transformation Crisis, by Jim Whaley. (Internet, February 7 to December 19)
- Yokoka's Quest by Clefde Soll. (Internet; chapter 5 page 24 to Chapter 7 page 37)
- Youryukai no Kemono Jijo, by Ukan Muri. (Monthly Comic Ryu, Ch. 9 to Ch. 18 + standalone Volumes 2 to 3) Mature Audiences.
- Vulperra, by TheRabbit. (Internet, page Grif Ra Da 1 to Down and Up Again 5)
[For 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.)
- Bridge Comic, by butchicky (Internet, December 22)
- Carry On, by K. Garrison. (Internet, January 1 to December 31)
- C-Chan's a Catgirl, by A Blue Deer. (Internet, Fridge Assault to Lucky Flute)
- Doc Rat, by Jenner. (Internet; January 1 to December 31)
- Friends You Are Stuck With, by Gabe Bold. (Internet, January 8 to December 28)
- Housepets!, by Rick Griffin. (Internet; January 1 to December 29)
- The Humanthro Condition, by R.C. Powell. (Internet, #1 to 64)
- I'm a Monster, by SeaDogNick (Internet, January 3 to December 26)
- Lemonhead and Lollipup, by hmdcat (Internet, January 9 to December 26)
- Natural Habitat by Tristan Black Wolf. (Internet, Feb 18 to December 25)
- Quixote Coyote, by Joseph Morris. (Internet, January to December)
- Save State, by Tim Weeks. (Internet; January 3 to December 26)
- Schlock Mercenary, by Howard Taylor. (Internet, January 1 to December 31)
- The Whiteboard, by Doc Nickel. (Internet, January to December)
[Edited 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.]
- Adler the Eagle, Adler, YouTube video blog Adler Animates episode 1 to Adler Update Merry Christmas)
- The Anthroholics (Podcast, May 14 to December 27)
- Culturally F'd (YouTube videos, Sonic OC Rusty Knucklesfur to Fursuit History Part 5: Cosplay)
- Dogpatch Press, edited by Patch Packrat. (Internet; January 2 to December 31)
- The Dragget Show, with Xander the Blue and Alkali Bismuth. (Podcast, February 28 to December 24)
- Fangs and Fonts (Podcast, Episodes 77 to 78)
- Feral Attraction (Podcast, Furry relationship and sex advice, January 24 to December 19)
- Flayrah, edited by GreenReaper, Sonious, and Dronon. (Internet; January 1 to December 31)
- Furcast, hosted by Paradox and Fayroe. (Podcast, Comedy themed, episodes 289 to 319)
- Fur What It's Worth, hosted by Roo and Tugs. (Podcast, January 1 to December 12)
- Growl Podcast (re-named, formerly General Furry Podcast) (Podcast, January to December)
- Moms of Furries (YouTube videos, Moms of Furries Our First Con to How Do You Tell Them Start With the Art)
- South Afrifur Pawdcast (You Tube videos, January to December)
- TwoFurryBros (You Tube videos, How to Figure Out You're a Furry to I Got Pulled Over by the Police)
- World in RooView (You Tube videos, Tantroo Plays - Stories: The Path of Destinies Part 2 to Pending Lemonbrat lawsuit causes ConChair resignation)
- Zoofonix, hosted by Jakob and Sirius. (Podcast, August 8 to December 27)
- Zooscape, edited by Mary E. Lowd. (September 15 to December 1)
[Illustrations for books, magazines, convention program books, cover art for such, coffee table portfolios.]
- Ashley Ash AKA TheCynicalHound, Will You Be My Valentine?, February 14.
- Tracy Butler, Murder In Surfer's Paradise, cover of FurDU 2018 convention souvenir book, May 6.
- Zander Cannon, cover of Kaijumax #4 episode 1
- Caraid, Pirates!, website header for Furry Weekend Atlanta 2019, April 12.
- Darbaras, cover of Tomori's Legacy, by Beryll & Osiris Brackhaus, CreateSpace, June 1
- Demicoeur, cover of Exploring New Places, edited by Fred Patten, FurPlanet Productions, July 5.
- Demicoeur, cover of Fur-Eh! 2018 conbook, June 14.
- Cat Farris, cover for My Boyfriend is a Bear by Pamela Ribon, (Oni Press), April 11.
- Teagan Gavet, cover of CLAW Volume 1, Edited by K.C. Alpinus,FurPlanet Productions, July 5.
- Maquenda, cover of Heat 15, produced by Dark End, Teagan Gavet. Sofawolf Press, July 5. Mature Audiences.
- Kat Miller, Lava Hot Tub, illustration for scene from Cosmic Lotus by Bernard Doove, February 5.
- PraiseCastiel, Alicon poster art printed in the conbook, September 22.
- Dav Pilkey, cover of Dog man: Lord of the Fleas, by Dav Pilkey, Scholastic Inc, August 28
- Rukis, cover of Love Match. Book 2 (2010-2012). (FurPlanet Productions, February 8)
- S1120411, back cover of Black and Gold:Subjective Foxology Nature Graphics, doujin, Comiket 95
- Steve Greenberg, illo, in VC Reporter, November 21.
- unknown, cover of Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight; May
- unknown, bird illo foot of page G3, Ojai Valley Directory
- Lew Viergacht, cover of Once a Dog, by Shaune Lafferty Webb , Jaffa Books, May 7
- Werepuppy, cover of Furlandia 2018 convention souvenir book, May 25
[Computer or console games, role-playing games, board games. No prereleases, just the finished version.]
- Amorous (Developer: Team Amorous, Publisher: Snaggletooth Studios, April 13) Mature Audiences.
- BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle (Developed and Published by Arc System Works, May 31)
- Burrows & Badgers (Author: Michael Lovejoy, Publisher: Osprey Publishing, April 19)
- Changed (Developer and Publisher: Snow Dragon; April 4)
- Copy Kitty (Developer: Nuclear Strawberry, Publisher: Degica, April 19)
- Deltarune: Chapter 1 (Developer: Toby Fox, October 31)
- Detective Pikachu (English release) (Developer: Creatures, Publisher: Nintendo and The Pokémon Company; March 23)
- Donut County (Developer: Ben Esposito, Publisher: Annapurna Interactive; August 28)
- Dust: An Elysian Tail (Nintendo Switch version) (Developer: Humble Hearts LLC; Publisher: Humble Hearts, September 10)
- Fe (Developer: Zoink, Publisher: Electronic Arts, February 16)
- Fox n Forests (Developer, Bonus Level Entertainment, Publisher, EuroVideo Medien, May 17)
- FoxTail (Developer and Publisher: Gingertips Game Studio; March 1)
- Ghost of a Tale (Developer and Publisher: SeithCG; March 13)
- Kirby Star Allies (Developer: HAL Laboratory, Publisher: Nintendo, March 16)
- Lagoon Lounge : The Poisonous Fountain (Developer and Publisher: KAIJYU-09; July 5) Mature Audiences.
- Moss (Developer and Publisher: Polyarc, February 27)
- Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden (Developer: The Bearded Ladies, Publisher: Funcom, December 4)
- Nairi: Tower of Shirin (Developer: HomeBearStudio, Publisher, Another Indie Hound Picked Games, November 29)
- Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight (Developer and Publisher: Atlus; May)
- Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! (Developer: Game Freak, Publisher(s): The Pokémon Company and Nintendo, November 16)
- Pokémon Quest (Developer: Game Freak, Publisher: Nintendo, May 29)
- The Pirate's Fate (Developer/Publisher:: T.F. Wright and Volkenfox March 27) Mature Audiences.
- Spyro Reignited Trilogy (Developer, Toys for Bob, Publisher, Activision, November 13)
- Stone (Developer and Publisher, Convict Games, September 21) Mature Audiences.
- Super Lucky's Tale (Developer: Playful Corp., Publisher: Microsoft Studios; September 14)
- Super Smash Brothers Ultimate (Developers: Nintendo and Bandai; December 7)
- Sushi Striker: The way of Sushido (Developer/Publisher: Nintendo Switch, June 8)
- Tanglewood (Developer and Publisher, Big Evil Corporation, August 14)
- Yet Another Research Dog (Developer and Publisher: Dawntrail Entertainment, February 2)
[Online collections of art, stories, and other creative and/or informational works. Includes galleries, story archives, directories, blogs, and personal sites.]
- ConRoomies, Skyler and Deia, clearinghouse site for finding/offering rooms/rides to upcoming conventions.
- e621.net, art and discussions
- Equestria Daily, art, stories, videos and discussions about My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
- Fimfiction, stories based in the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic universe.
- Furry Ambassadors, by Pez Wolf and Azarion. (currently on hiatus), recognizing notable furries.
- Furry Amino, social media platform, art and discussions
- Furry Book Review. Reviews for furry books.
- Furry, Today, edited by Changa Lion. Furry videos.
- The Furry Writers' Guild
- Gaming Furever, edited by Dustlucky. Anthro gaming news feed etc.
- joinmastodon.org (Social networking, art)
- Lawyers and Liquor: Furry Friday, by Boozy Barrister. Furry legal discussions. Subset of a general legal discussion site.
- Newgrounds.com (Art, animations, games and music)
- Weasyl Art site.
- WikiFur, furry wiki
- Penelope (Penelope 1, Penelope 2 both taken November 18 at Fur Out West convention, Atrium Hotel, Mandurah, Western Australia. Makers Dludnerad (AKA Tamara Carmichael) and Paul Kidd, owner Paul Kidd.
- Zabivaka, FIFA World Cup Mascot 2018
- Flying Home for the Holidays, by Foxes and Peppers. Musical album
- Juno Rising by Fox Amoore. Musical album
- Kerfluffle Furry Events Unique events for the Furry community.
- Lofi Hip Hop Radio Livestream.
- Pixie and Brutus, by Ben Hed (collection of undated comics from pet foolery, on instagram)
- TheMrAMP Social media coordinator.
- A Musical Tail: One Weekend, by Foxes and Peppers.Musical album
- Spread Thy Wings, by Foxes and Peppers. Musical album.
- Zoids Wild toys. Model kits.