Perri Rhoades

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Perri Rhoades (born April 3, 1962), also known as Perri Prinz, is a furry fan originally from Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He is the author of the Spectral Shadows web serial, and a collector of children's books, records, and animation with a furry theme, and other memorabilia, much of it dating back many decades before the existence of modern furry fandom.[citation needed]

Fandom involvement[edit]


In 2004, Perri began publishing Spectral Shadows on LiveJournal. Spectral Shadows: The Planet of Genetic Misadventure, the eleventh iteration of the series, was on the 2010 Recommended Anthropomorphics List.[1]

Perri has also created an extensive document on the history of Furry entertainment and how the fandom developed around it in "The Furry History Project."[citation needed]

Social groups[edit]

He is the operator of Club Xanadu,[citation needed] also known as "The Vinyl Museum", on Second Life, a Furry classic rock club serving the Sunweavers and Hidden Valley communities, as well as the Second Life Spectral Shadows Art Museum.[citation needed]

In 2017, Perri became an admin and "Chief Visionary Officer" for the Furry Raiders.[2]


His male fursona is Perry Rhoades, an English spaniel, one of the central protagonists of Spectral Shadows. His female fursona, Perri Prinz, also known as Hunny Bunny, is a kani bunny on Second Life that also appears occasionally in Spectral Shadows as an altered version of the male character. Together the two characters act as a metaphor for the author's personal gender issues. Spelling the name with a "Y" indicates a reference to the author's physical reality. An "I" indicates his feminine spirituality. The author uses an "I" in his pen name to indicate that everything he writes is attributed to his female fursona.


  1. 2010 RECOMMENDED ANTHROPOMORPHICS LIST Retrieved May 3, 2017.
  2. "Leadership" on the Furry Raiders website. Retrieved June 5, 2017.

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