Content: Graphic Stories, Comics, and Literature
Print: Color Cover, Greyscale Interior
Size: 8 x 10.5
Parental Rating: PG-13
Publication Date: July 2007
Synopsis: Fur-Piled, Volume 2 picks up shortly after Arthur Husky and Saetto have officially become a couple. Life is good! Husky introduces Saetto to his friends and also to the more active side of gay pride at the West Hollywood PRIDE festival. But when Husky's ex boyfriend, Car, returns and wants him back, everything gets turned upside down...and Chris' refrigerator suffers the first blow.
In between these dramatic episodes, Rose and Louis get to know each other a little better, Andy meets someone new (although he doesn't make the best of first impressions), and Ian escapes from her usual routine to let her inner girly girl out to play.
The Fur-Piled comic series by Leo Magna has a sense of reality that is refreshing in the genre of gay slice-of-life romance comics. The story effortlessly navigates the lives of the characters, resisting the temptation to turn them into larger-than-life archetypes. In the end, Husky and all his friends are just real people in real situations.
This volume collects chapters seven through thirteen of the online comic, including I've got a Woman, Scream, Of Pride and Other Things, Roxanne, Michael, Feel Good Inc., and Hold On.
Many more pages of the Fur-Piled web comic exist beyond the 192 printed in the first two volumes, so if you can’t wait for volume 3 to learn more about Husky and his friends, please stop by the original website, www.liondogworks.com, for the latest pages, additional information and artwork from Leo, and a forum where you can discuss the comic with Husky’s many fans.