HistoriMorphs

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HistoriMorphs is a fanzine published by Sofawolf Press that features stories about real-life historical events, but told from the point of view of, or seen through the eyes of, anthropomorphic characters, as though they were there at that point in time.

Contents

Issue #1

Issue #1

Issue #1 was published in July, 2001. It has a colour cover by Steve Gallacci, and contains:[1]

Issue #2

Issue #2

Issue #2 of HistoriMorphs was published in July, 2004, and features cover art by Vince Suzukawa (front) and Tom Nugent (back).[2] The stories within are:

  • Fallen by Mirko. Illustrations by Odis Holcomb, Rog Minotaur, and John Robey.
  • Dies Irae by Rogue. Illustrations by Scott Eldred.
  • One More Time by Tim Susman. Illustrations by Andrea Adams.
  • The Burning of the Library by Will A. Sanborn. Illustrations by Gideon.
  • The Good Bird of Nanking by Samuel C. Conway. Illustrations by Taurin Fox.
  • The Journey - Part One by Lanny Fields. Illustrations by Derrick Dasenbrock.
  • Grey Warming Over - Part One by David Andrew Cowan. Illustrations by Gideon.
  • Rock and Roll Never Forgets, written and illustrated by Tom Nugent.

Issue #3

Issue #3

HistoriMorphs issue #3 was published in July, 2006, and has cover and interior illustrations by Gideon, Mitch de la Guardia, Heather Bruton, and Lanny Fields.[3] This issue's stories are:

  • The Way They Fight by Jefferson P. Swycaffer. Illustrations by John Nunnemacher.
  • It Takes A Fox by Samuel C. Conway. Illustrations by Gideon.
  • The Journey, Part Two by Lanny Fields. Illustrations by Derrick Dasenbrock.
  • Grey Warming Over, Part Two by David Andrew Cowan. Illustrations by Sara Palmer.
  • Our Race To Run by Tim Susman. Illustrations by Gideon.

References

  1. http://www.sofawolf-press.de/en/products.html Retrieved October 27, 2011.
  2. HistoriMorphs issue #2 on Rabbit Valley. Retrieved October 6, 2012
  3. HistoriMorphs Issue #3 on Rabbit Valley. Retrieved October 6, 2012

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