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Fangra 02: The Good, The Dead, and The Hungry
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Fangra 02: The Good, The Dead, and The Hungry
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Fangra 02: The Good, The Dead, and The Hungry
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Style:  Comic
Content:  Graphic Comic Based Series
Print:  Color Cover, black and white interior 
Size:  6.75 x 10.50
Pages:  36
Parental Rating:  PG
Publication Date:  January 2013



Description: Tensions between Predators and Hooves are at an all-time high. The escalation hits the shiba inu, Kouta and his tea house in a deadly crossfire from invading Hooven guards. A mysterious stranger, known only as The Lion With No Mane takes stage, standing between Kouta and certain death.
In this issue, The Lion battles with the deadlier, powered-up Hooven guard, Gozu. Resounding echoes of the past clash violently with the impending present. How will Kouta handle the sudden and dramatic change of events? Who will prevail in this blood-pumping tale of the Good, the Dead and the Hungry?


Art and Story by Furious

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Take it up a notch
At the end of Fangra 01, you know the fight is about to get more intense, and what happens does not disappoint. Rao (The Lion with No Mane) and the Hoovengards both go for what ends up being a very explosive round two. This issue isn't just about the fighting though as we get more details on why Kouta's father disappeared after he goes to meet the emperor. The emperor himself will make you laugh because he seems to be so wise about some things, but utterly dumb about others. It's easy to put a voice to him as you hear his dialogue in your own head. Like the first issue, this has very good writing. You can feel the intensity of the fight and the interactions between characters. Thankfully the action also keeps moving so that we're not stuck watching characters stare and flex at one another for several panels before making their move. I also like that there are depictions of consequences for what has just happened. Once you reach the end, you've figured out a few things about the Lion, but now the story goes in a completely different direction. I look forward to the next issue to see the results of their next encounter.
Michael Mangiapane
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