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Genre: Furry
Date Added: 13 June 2004
Last Update: 6 October 2014
Current Comic Ranking: 1763/23597
Views This Month: 554   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 124   (More...)
Favourite of: 45 members
Status: Normal (?)

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Welcome to KPET News, America's only all Animal News Station. Run by inept human Lorna Dilbrook, follow the real life of the world of news. Lead by twin anchordogs, vain Wolfram Blitzen and professional Renata Fayre, right-wing sports reporter Sam Shepherd, weatherman and liberal commentator Alistair Katt and danger-addicted reporter Rochelle O'Shea. Also here are technical assistant and cameraman Kevin J. Dog, and janitor, rat and Tori Spelling fan Ferris.

Current synopsis by: Ian Dunn

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TimB 1/5
Yup. I saw this guys Wiki entry he wrote about his comic. A whole comic strip based on a pun. This strip is well known among comic strip artists - it's pretty bad, but only notable because the guy has been doing it for so long. He stopped, then went back and started it up again. No one knows why. It's a terrible comic.
portabelly 1/5
This is one of the unfunniest, lamest premises for a comic strip ever. The fact the guy did it for ten years (was rejected by every syndicate) shows a lot of determination albeit cluelessness. It's hard to tell one "character" from another and there isn't one funny thing about it whatsoever. The guy goes in and writes articles about himself in places like Wikipedia, which is embarrassing.
Ian Dunn 5/5
Newshounds is both clever, satirical and witty. A must for anyone interested in the world of news.

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