Stephan Peregrine

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Stephan Peregrine
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Born October 17, 1949
Date of death July 10, 1997
Profession or hobby Illustrator, writer
Character species N/A
Website
Furrlough #1's cover art by Stephan Peregrine
Furrlough #51's cover art by Stephan Peregrine

Stephan Peregrine (born October 17, 1949 - died July 10, 1997), was a proffesional illustrator, furry artist and writer.

Biography[edit]

Stephan Peregrine was a game artist who provided illustrations for Iron Crown Enterprises, GURPS, Flying Buffalo, TSR, Inc., Steve Jackson Games, Hero Games, and Tunnels & Trolls.

He also illustrated the Bazaar of the Bizarre, a collection of fantasy short stories by Fritz Leiber.

Fandom involvement[edit]

Stephan's artwork appeared on the covers of numerous furry publications throughout the 1990s, including the cover for the first issue of the furry anthology known as Furrlough.[1]

Art[edit]

Peregrine's furry work have appeared in:[2]

  • Genus #16 - Penciller
  • Hit the Beach #2
  • Hit the Beach #5
  • Furrlough #1 Cover
  • Furrlough #6 Cover
  • Furrlough #13 - Writer
  • Furrlough #17 - Writer/letterer
  • Furrlough #21 - Penciller
  • Furrlough #23 - 3rd anniversary issue, writer
  • Furrlough #36 Cover
  • Furrlough #38
  • Furrlough #39
  • Furrlough #45 Cover
  • Furrlough #51 - The final issue published by Antarctic Press, cover

Death[edit]

A post to alt.fan.furry from Radio Comix's Elin Winkler in September 1997 states his cause of death as a heart attack.[3] A tribute to Peregrine showing his work can be found on the back cover of Furrlough #59.

References[edit]

  1. Stephan Peregrine's contributor page on Comicbook.com. Retrieved May 19, 2020.
  2. Cairyn's Furry Anthology Contents List (Furrlough only, currently) post on Alt.fan.furry. Retrieved May 19, 2020.
  3. "First Stephan Peregrine and Now Mark Wallace" post on Alt.fan.furry. Dated September 14, 1997. Retrieved May 19, 2020.
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