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The last 12 issues were switched to revolving features of issue-long stories, rather than the anthology format. Declining sales led to this title's cancellation.
The series included in the book were:
- Birthright by Steve Gallacci - Dystopian story set a few generations ahead of his Erma Felna: EDF series in Albedo Anthropomorphics.
- Fission Chicken by J.P. Morgan - The adventures of an ill-tempered chicken superhero.
- Gnuff by Fred Milton - A translation of Swedish comics about a family of dragons which stylistically owes a great deal to the stories of Carl Barks.
- Usagi Yojimbo by Stan Sakai, which featured the adventures of the rabbit ronin before the strip got its own book.
- Lionheart by Tom Stazer - In which the title character (a journalist cat) relates the bizarre stories he investigates.
- "Duck 'Bill' Platypus" by Kyle Rothweiler — An antic, knockabout humor strip about the eponymous character and his strange friends, set allegedly in Tasmania.
- "Lizards" by J. Holland (story) and Ron Wilber (art) — This series depicted the day-to-day life of Dweezil, a teenage anthropomorphic lizard, his family and friends, set on an alternate (future?) world.
- "Creepy Crawlies" by Mathson Manger — This series goes through the life of five different creepy crawlies and all the troubles they go through.
Writings on the rise and fall of Critters:
- Crittics (Hominids, Oh!) by Taral Wayne
- Furthering the Form: The Critters Collapse, editorial by Ray Rooney in Furtherance #2 (pp 12-13)
- Critters at ComicBookDB.com
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