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Plush #4 (of 6)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

Love is in the air as Devin finds himself a “guest” at a mansion filled with cannibalistic furry horrors.

It’s got all the essentials—a furry-head trophy room, an apocalyptic weapons workshop, and, of course, carnival rides.


Did we just say carnival rides?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
32 pages
Amazon ASIN

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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90


    While Devin hides out with his new found friends, the local cops are up for a hunt in ‘Plush’ #4 by Doug Wagner and Daniel Hillyard. Love is in the air, as is the stench of death, as we learn more about the ferocious furries and their past.

  • 89

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Wagner continues to craft a strange, engaging and sometimes sweet story in this issue. The issue takes a break from the intense action and growing tension to develop the character relationships as well as their circumstances. I really enjoyed the moments with Devin and Edie and Devin’s decision towards the end of the issue shows some growth in the character that I hope pays off as the story moves forward. The issue does continue to deliver the weird and dark humor that made me read it in the first place and I’m excited to see where the story goes next.

    The Art: Hillyard delivers some beautifully detailed art throughout the issue. The characters look great and there are some great panels that showcase the contrast between Devin’s group of new friends and the Sheriff.

  • 70

    Plush is such a quirky mix of gore and charm, though issue #4 eases up on the gore just a bit with stellar results. Writer Doug Wagner walks readers through the world of Fursonas and how this one of a kind family came together, unearthing quite a few details about the group’s backstory and Devin’s own inner conflicts without you never noticing half the time. (…) Artist Daniel Hillyard and colorist Rico Renzi bring so much to this book’s vibe and personality, though their most powerful moments are often the calmer moments between the big page turns, and I found myself immersed in the colorful characters and difficult backstories. I’m endlessly intrigued with Plush’s surreal family, and I’m quite enjoying this truly off kilter ride.

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