|Launch date||January 16, 2009|
|End Date||December 2, 2009|
The story focuses on Raine, an anthropomorphic dog who lives among humans with other recently liberated former house dogs. Raine, a liberated former house dog, recalls elements of her past, including childhood love and her treatment by humans and wild dogs.
Raine Dog has received mixed reactions from reviewers and fans. One reviewer praised Raine Dog as being a "well-executed" take on familiar themes. Another review described Raine Dog as "subtle, yet breathtaking".
The comic's left-wing politics were one subject of contention, with one reviewer commenting, "Maybe Raine isn’t a liberal at all. Maybe Raine is secretly a Libertarian dog trying to subversively tick off everyone she meets into becoming an avid follower of Ayn Rand."
- Coyote Trax. "When it Raines…". April 25, 2009. Retrieved on November 11, 2009.
- Lindsey, G.H.. "(Comic Review) Raine Dog". May 17, 2009. Blogspot. Retrieved on November 11, 2009.
- "What's wrong with this country?". First Horndog webcomic post with D.C. Simpson character (retrieved January 2, 2012)
- "Obviously, Nothing I've Said Has Gotten Through To You". Second Horndog webcomic post with D.C. Simpson character (retrieved January 2, 2012)
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