The Abattoir of Burbank by Roz Gibson
The Abattoir of Burbank (Women in Fur #2, 1998)

Roz Gibson is a comic book artist from Cleveland, Ohio. She is active in the so-called "furry art" scene, a group of artists that specializes in antropomorphic animals that originated in the indie SF/fantasy scene. She graduated from CalArts in the 1980s. During her studies she made several furry-themed animation films, such as 'Across the Border' and 'Doomsday'. Her best known comic character is 'Jack Salem', who was featured in her comics '.357!' and 'Escape to New York', which was serialized in the furry art anthology Furrlough.

Furrlough by Roz Gibson

Last updated: 2008-08-29

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