Gene Catlow (comic)

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Gene Catlow
Author(s) Albert Temple and Tawana Gilroy
Website
Launch date July 17th, 2000[1]
Rating(s)
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Gene Catlow is a furry comic strip by Albert Temple and Tawana Gilroy. The main characters in the strip are their fursonas, Gene Catlow and Catswhisker. Thus named after the star character, Mr. Catlow is not your average black cat in a day in the life, in the metropolis of Furriston. Still he's not alone with his friends of fellow characters.

Plot[edit]

The plot takes place in a fictional universe where not only humans are intelligent, but also furries and a species referred to as animen. Also as the plot moves along, many forms of technology gain 'self-awareness'. In that universe, humans used to be the dominant species, having furries as their pets (or slaves). However, in an economic revolution, furries achieved autonomy and their own economically and politically-stable country.

The comic runs in that scenario, reconstructing these events and dealing with some of the "loose ends" of that situation. Subjects like prejudice, racism, tolerance, power and forgiving are dealt with. Later on, animen are introduced as major characters of the plot, bringing further explanation of the plot's past and present.

Characters[edit]

(in order of first appearance)

  • Gene Catlow, a black-haired furry.

First appearance: page 1.[1]

  • Cotton Taylor, a white-haired rabbit.

First appearance: page 2.[2]

  • Roger Tuska, a rhino and Gene's manager.

First appearance: page 4.[3]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Albert Temple 2000-July-17. Gene Catlow - Monday, July 17, 2000. Archived from the original on 2017-March-24. Retrieved on 2017-April-11.
  2. Albert Temple 2000-July-19. Gene Catlow - Wednesday, July 19, 2000. Archived from the original on 2017-March-24. Retrieved on 2017-April-11.
  3. Albert Temple 2000-July-24. Gene Catlow - Monday, July 24, 2000. Archived from the original on 2017-March-24. Retrieved on 2017-April-11.

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