I always enjoyed comic strips as a kid and still do to this day. It's the dry humor that pulls me in, I'd suppose. Anyway, this little webcomic series (not so little in the fandom, but outside of it is) I had discovered back around the time I was just turning 18, so about 2006 or so. The webcomic series began in 1996, written and drawn by Eric W. Schwartz.
I had always loved funny animal cartoons and anthropomorphism as a child all the way into now, so finding this was somewhat an inevitablity. Boy, was I glad I did, though. It was a fun little comic that I'd say around 2010-2011 I sadly stopped reading because it either went on hiatus, or I had fallen deeply into the fun and the travisty that is the furry fandom and forgotten about it, until recently.
One day I was wondering about old furry webcomics I had read sometime ago. I remembered this one in particular and wondered what happened to it. Turns out the original run ended in 2016. Two Decades of this goofy dry nonsense. I also discovered it had not only one, but two hardcover editions of it available on Amazon. I had to snatch them up when I could, so I did. A little sad to note that the 100th comic increments aren't in full color like they are from the website, but semantics.
Oh, I forgot to say what it was called. The webcomic is titled: Sabrina Online. And I'm happy to own a series that certainly lead into the weirdest, most entertaining fandoms I've ever been a part of (besides MUGEN, of course).
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They were about 24$ each.