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         a 5X8.5 B&W digest zine 32 pages adult pin ups and comics by a many popular 90's artists           
                      

                

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         a 5X8.5 B&W digest zine 32 pages adult pin ups and comics by a many popular 90's artists           
                      

                

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         a 5X8.5 B&W digest zine 32 pages adult pin ups and comics by a many popular 90's artists           
                      

                

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         a 5X8.5 B&W digest zine 32 pages adult pin ups and comics by a many popular 90's artists           
                      

                

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         a 5X8.5 B&W digest zine 32 pages adult pin ups and comics           
                      

                

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         a 5X8.5 B&W digest zine 32 pages adult pin ups and comics           
                      

                

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         a 24 page 5X8.5 B&W digest zine with art and comics by a dozen popular 90's artists           
                      

                

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         a 32 page 5X8.5 B&W digest zine with art and comics by a dozen popular 90's artists           
                      

                

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         art and stories by over a dozen popular furry artists 80 pages 8-1/2x11 b&w softcover                   
                      

                

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         an 8.5X11 B&W fanzine 60 pages with art and stories by various artists.Furversion was one of the first adult furry fanzines dating back to 1987      
                      

                

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         an 8.5X11 B&W fanzine 62 pages with art and stories by various artists.Furversion was one of the first adult furry fanzines dating back to 1987      
                      

                

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         an 8.5X11 B&W fanzine 54 pages with art and stories by various artists.Furversion was one of the first adult furry fanzines dating back to 1987      
                      

                

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         an 8.5X11 B&W fanzine 106 pages with art and stories by various artists.Furversion was one of the first adult furry fanzines dating back to 1987                   
                      

                

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         an 8.5X11 B&W fanzine 29 pages with art and stories by various artists.Furversion was one of the first adult furry fanzines dating back to 1987      
                      

                

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         an 8.5X11 B&W fanzine 72 pages with art and stories by various artists.Furversion was one of the first adult furry fanzines dating back to 1987      
                      

                

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         a 100 page 5X8.5 B&W digest zine with text story and art about a student and his art teacher                   
                      

                

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         Heat, Sofawolf Press’s erotic fiction/graphic arts magazine sets a new level of quality and variety of content in adult-only anthropomorphic magazines. Featuring a mix of short fiction, comics, poetry, and assorted graphic arts pieces intended to evoke a sense of passion and romance. 

    Once I Start Upon Rolling Hills - A Story by Dekker Graden. Illustrated by Cara Mitten. 
    Flirt! - A Comic by Leo Magna. 
    Moonstruck - Poetry by Sheela Ardrian. Illustrated by Allison Reed. 
    The Fairy Ring - A Story by Kim Liu. Illustrated by Megan Giles. 
    Stolen Moment - A Comic by Black Teagan. 
    The Prisoner's Release, Part Two - A Story by Kyell Gold. Illustrated by Taurin Fox. 

    Cover by Allison Reed.  
                      

                

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         Heat, Sofawolf Press’s erotic fiction/graphic arts magazine sets a new level of quality and variety of content in adult-only anthropomorphic magazines. Featuring a mix of short fiction, comics, poetry, and assorted graphic arts pieces intended to evoke a sense of passion and romance. 

    Loudly, the Maid starts your journey by stepping back in time with a story by Alex Vance about a young vulpine thief who uses his quick thinking and skills with disguise to get him out of more than one sticky situation. Sara Palmer's illustrations provide a glimpse into the costumes and characters of the era. 

    Chance: Happenstanced, a comic by Blotch, takes us to the picturesque but lonely hills and valleys of sheep-herding country, where you will see that keeping predators away from the sheep can sometimes be the least of a herding dog's worries. 

    First Taste is a journey down memory lane for the narrator, a mousy young woman whose college years were a time of personal discovery, in part through observation of others. The story is written by Rechan, with illustrations by Fel. 

    Nothing Else brings us a reunion between very close friends with poetry of motion and emotion intertwined. AlumaSquirrel's cinematic illustration serves as a bold backdrop to his verses. 

    The Last Coyote Story takes us to the land and time of Coyote, the famous trickster, in a story about how Coyote himself was tricked by a beautiful woman. It is both written and illustrated by Jonas. 

    Motion of the Ocean sails off to the Caribbean for a romantic cruise. In this comic by Fluke, one of the ship's entertainment crew goes a bit beyond the call of duty to entertain one of the cruise guests. 

    Don't Blink rounds out our trip with an escape from reality to a world where superheroes live among us. Author Kyell Gold brings us a story of a young coyote who is learning to live (and to love) with his new-found abilities — and all the complications that come with. The cast of heroes and villains are illustrated by Cooner. 

    And finally, in this issue our refrigerator takes a voyage of its own to Japan, where devious monks have rearranged the poetry magnets into various virile verses of haiku. 

    Front cover by Fluke. 
    Back cover by Blotch.  
                      

                

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         Heat, Sofawolf Press’s erotic fiction/graphic arts magazine sets a new level of quality and variety of content in adult-only anthropomorphic magazines. Featuring a mix of short fiction, comics, poetry, and assorted graphic arts pieces intended to evoke a sense of passion and romance. 

    Two Rivers by Renee Carter Hall follows a young lioness, Elana of the Two-River clan, as she discovers sex and love in a society where polygamy is common and love takes many forms. Rich illustrations of both lust and daily life on the grasslands accompany the story, created by Heather Bruton. 

    Wet Dog is Sheela Ardrian's poetic depiction of a young woman's efforts to repay the entire fire department after they save her apartment from burning down, and TaniDaReal's artistic interpretation of the scene captures the mood perfectly! 

    Love's Dance is Moonstalker's first foray into the comic arts. In his panels, a husky and fox couple slip away from the rest of the world to enjoy the pleasures of a romance that has had time to develop into a deeper commitment — but without losing its sense of humor. 

    Just Another Saturday continues on the theme of well-tempered romance enriched by experience and mutual understanding. The story by Rechan, tenderly illustrated by Autumn Sunrise, shows how even a prostitute can find her life partner. 

    First Time for Everything is a comic by Blotch that tells the tale of what transpired between Diego and Bayshore before that smash-hit web-comic Dog's Days of Summer appeared in the summer of 2007. 

    Beastiality, our second poem in this issue by Sheela Ardrian, turns a traditional fairy tale on its head with an amusing twist that will be sure to please fans of transformation. It is illustrated by SOLIDASP, who frames the story in a clever art nouveau setting. 

    Third Date returns us to a world previously visited by Kyell Gold, but this time introducing us to new characters. What's a safe pick-up line for a wolf who can curl over five hundred pounds? You'll have to read this story to find out! Richard Foley was a natural choice for illustrating this story, what with the beefy canines and bulging muscles and all. 

    Property, a comic by Arthur Husky, explores the dark nature of sex when love and romance are starkly absent from the picture. 

    Candy and Music, on the other hand, brings lust and fun back to our magazine, along with a sense of rhythm, just in time to finish off the volume. Two souls, each with his own unique style, find common ground on the dance floor of a science fiction convention...and later in the privacy of a hotel room. Black Teagan's illustrations spin K.M. Hirosaki's characters around the dance floor and on into the glow-stick-illuminated night. 

    New to this volume is a turn towards crass commercialism. Yes, advertising now appears in Heat; but when the creative minds of Blotch, Adam Wan and Keovi are behind it all, you know that there's going to be more to it than just making a buck. Also new is the refrigerator to which our naughty doggie magnetic poetry sticks. The offices of Sofawolf Press have moved, and in the process our old refrigerator was left behind. We do miss it so! But the new one is sleek and black and gives our verse a slick new look. 

    Cover by oCeLoT. 
    Back Cover by CandyJack/Bonez.   
                      

                

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         Heat, Sofawolf Press’s erotic fiction/graphic arts magazine sets a new level of quality and variety of content in adult-only anthropomorphic magazines. Featuring a mix of short fiction, comics, poetry, and assorted graphic arts pieces intended to evoke a sense of passion and romance. 

    Prehistoric, a story by Tym, illustrated by Foxfeather R. Zenkova, brings predator and prey together in an ice-age drama that leads a dire wolf to reconsider his pack’s expectations and taboos. 

    Sated, a poem by Frost wolf, illustrated by Blotch, also explores predator-prey relationships, but in a more contemporary and unexpected setting. 

    At a Glance is a story by Rechan, illustrated by Heather Bruton, in which a pas de deux combines with intrigue between the main character and his paramour to exchange secrets of a very intimate nature. 

    Double Reward, a comic by TaniDaReal, finds a newly-promoted businessman (or, rather, business-fox) on the receiving end of a bit more congratulatory attention than he had expected. 

    Talk With Your Mouth Full is a story by Kyell Gold, illustrated by Chibi-Marrow, in which creative uses of technology bring the main character to a new appreciation for a former relationship. 

    Sugar Sweet brings the manga-inspired talents of Yuki to our pages — though in the more Western left-to-right pagination. In his comic, a young baker’s apprentice learns just how deep his master’s appreciation of his talents is. 

    Song of the Spouse is a poem written and illustrated by Fluke, in which conflicted emotions clash against each other, a relationship in question. 

    Learning to Live, a story by Khaz, illustrated by Corgi, is a story of self-discovery for a young wolf — one in which the character’s first lover turns out to be very different than expected. 

    Kisses is a comic in which two of Angie Kae’s characters try something a little different from their usual routine in bed, with very happy results. 

    Dick and Jane, a story by foozzzball, illustrated by Autumn Sunrise, explores the relationship between humans and genetically-engineered animals, and the main character reconsiders the true nature of love via a string of exploratory relationships. 

    Vigil, a poem by Ekulf appears on the back cover so as to give the artist Kamui a chance to show off his eye for color. The surprise, in this case, is mere potential — the presumed reaction should those being watched learn that their private activities are not so private. 

    Also, within the pages of this issue, you will find some new advertising — a creative delivery service and a steamy new lubricant just for males, brought to you by Tracy Reynolds and Keto. 

    Cover by Heather Bruton. 
    Back Cover poem by Ekulf, illustrated by Kamui.   
                      

                

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         Heat, Sofawolf Press’s erotic fiction/graphic arts magazine sets a new level of quality and variety of content in adult-only anthropomorphic magazines. Featuring a mix of short fiction, comics, poetry, and assorted graphic arts pieces intended to evoke a sense of passion and romance. 

    By a Nose, a story by Tony Greyfox, illustrated by Yuki, is an action-packed tale of love, betrayal and controlled substances in the noisy and odor-filled desert city of Las Vegas. 

    A Werewolf's Last Warning, a poem by Wu Wei, illustrated by SOLIDASP, reminds the unwary traveler that hungry beasts roam the forests. 

    The Day I Met You, a comic by Corgi, tells the story of a chance meeting between two strangers who are thankfully not lactose intolerant! 

    One Night is a story by Faora Meridian, illustrated by Dark Natasha, in which forbidden (or at least very, very inconvenient) love blossoms between a young otter and the nomadic wolf who saved his life.

    The One That Got Away is a comic by Adam Wan describing a very different encounter between a very different otter and wolf than in the previous story! 

    A Taste of the Wild, a story by Kandrel, illustrated by Negger, finds a fox seeking love-for-hire in an encounter that has surprises in store for both involved (not to mention the people staying at the same hotel). 

    Odd Coupling is a comic by Rukis illustrating a fantastical forest encounter between two unlikely mythical partners. 

    Dickinsonian is a poem written by Whyte Yoté in the style of a famous poet (go on, guess who), illustrated by Dragondrawer. Sometimes, being a fox is the only excuse you need. 

    Code Drop is a story by Tempe O'Kun, illustrated by Jailbird, in which a career-driven jackal meets up with a distinctly not-career-driven pup who nevertheless manages to not only save the day when her career is on the line, but also wriggle into the carefully-guarded recesses of her heart. 

    Virtual funding for this issue comes from advertisements for underwear and inter-stellar travel companions. You take your pick! Products and services envisioned by Greenmonkey and Foxer. 

    Cover by Talenshi. 
    Back cover by Yuki.    
                      

                

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         Heat, Sofawolf Press’s erotic fiction/graphic arts magazine sets a new level of quality and variety of content in adult-only anthropomorphic magazines. Featuring a mix of short fiction, comics, poetry, and assorted graphic arts pieces intended to evoke a sense of passion and romance. 

    In Better, a story by Kandrel, illustrated by Scappo, a female coyote is just getting by in a war-torn city with little more than portraits and an urn of ashes to keep her company until a male coyote she met online braves the fighting to see her in person. Is she ready for wounds that his visit will re-open? 

    Love Learn is a poem by Camron Cuccu, illustrated by Vantid, that explores the exhilaration of falling into love, and then, sometimes, the pain of falling out of love again when the person one originally falls in love with changes. 

    Two Minutes, a story by Whyte Yoté, illustrated by Alastair Wildfire, depicts a unique moment in time and place, a period of transition for a young male donkey preparing to leave his family’s southern plantation to head off to law school. But first, he has one last fling with the family's cook and caretaker, an older male alligator who has helped usher him into manhood and who encourages him to follow his heart even when it means breaking societal taboos. 

    In A Weapon, a comic written by Kobal and illustrated by Negger, a lion seeks escape from his patriarchal role in his pride, which is difficult enough, until his discovery of a weapon on the body of a dead man threatens his ultimate goal of joining the tribe of the “Different Ones”. 

    Bad Timing, a story by Huskyteer, illustrated by Cara Mitten, tells the tale of a female mountain lion who scores a romantic night with a handsome African lion she meets at her university’s student union. She indulges a particular taboo fetish of his, but regrets it later when the details of the grisly murder of a fellow classmate make her suspicious of how far he has taken his fetish with others. 

    Do you ever wish that your life had an “undo” button? How would you use it? Rewind, a story by Kyell Gold, illustrated by Nimrais, explores how supernatural powers complicate good intentions in a gay relationship, especially when the possessor of such powers can’t (or isn’t willing to) grasp the full implications of its use. 

    Lonliness can lead to bad decisions. If not corrected, such decisions can escalate to situations that are just...Stupid. (A comic by RayFkm) 

    In The Prisoner, a Pict wolf warrior finds himself bound to a tree in the woods next to a flickering fire. How did he get there? Did he escape? A single painting by Blotch inspired author Tempo to expand on the wolf's story, and Blotch have in turn provided additional illustrations to accompany the tale. 

    If you had the chance to get revenge on a former lover because he no longer recognizes you, would you? In True Color, a story by Khaz, illustrated by Tush, a male canine finds himself in just such a situation, and in the end, discovers that perhaps his actions reveal more about his own failings than his lover’s. 

    "Advertising" in this issue is provided by the Crimson Divine, via Rukis, and Top speed Dating service by Foxfeather. 

    The front cover features an illustration by racoonwolf, while the back cover showcases color versions of Scappo's illustrations for "Better".     
                      

                

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