Remus Shepherd

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Remus Shepherd is a writer and artist that has been in and out of furry fandom since 1994.

Fandom involvement[edit]

His major associations with furdom include the parody Whamadoodles Online and a portfolio of explicit furry art that he has created for friends.

In the mid 1990s, a rift developed between the newsgroups alt.fan.furry and alt.sex.bestiality.[clarify][citation needed] Remus, then a zoophile (he declared himself reformed in 2003) and, after some arguments with furry fans, he felt that he was driven away from the fandom. At one point, Steve Gallacci stated that he would shoot Remus in the head if they met at any conventions.[clarify][citation needed] With that impetus, Remus cut ties with furry fandom, although he continues to visit FurryMUCK (where he plays the hyena Hart) and Tapestries (where he plays Kapre).

Art[edit]

Remus ran a webcomic titled Indefensible Positions from 2005-2007 which, while not strictly furry, has some talking animal characters and deals with adult themes. In 2010 he started a new webcomic called Genocide Man which has one anthropomorphic dog character, though most characters are still human (albeit with some genetic or cybernetic modifications).

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