Welcome to Reynard City

Welcome to Reynard City, a Saturday morning cartoon in webcomic form!

Promote your business with Reynard City

Sponsor a page of the comic for only £5! Go to http://www.reynardcity.com/advertise for more info!

“Mad as a box of frogs and all the better for it” Samuel Victor, Night Of The Living Dead 3D

“Thundercats on crack” Gizzy Linnell


Click HERE for the latest Issue 25 pages!


Issue 25 cover







The Story So Far- AK Girl, Wondervixen and Hyper Rob have come from the planet Animal Kingdom to Earth’s Reynard City in order to stop the evil Mega Fox. However as well taking on a bewildering array of bizarre villains (including disgruntled former caterer Caramel Girl, ditzy henchoperative Insect Girl and the always unpredictable monster supplier Warp King) the team face AK Girl’s bizarre caramel allergy, internal disputes and a dark secret that threatens to destroy them all…







About the site- This is not just the home of our online comic! We are dedicated to supporting a wide range of artistic talent. As well as artists we also help promote designers, musicians, acting talent and more. Keep an eye on the blogs for upcoming news on the project as well as how you can get involved!


Any questions? Email us reynardcity@gmail.com


Support the Avalon Lords Kickstarter!

Support the Avalon Lords Kickstarter!



UK Business Circle


Leapfrogflyerad back

Issue 25 pg 22

Artwork by Dan Butcher

Sponsored by Leapfrog Training

Missed out on sponsoring the last issue? Get your pages reserved for Issue 26 now- More info here




Leapfrogflyerad back

Issue 25 pg 21

Artwork by Dan Butcher

Sponsored by Frenzy: A Daniel Jones Story






Issue 25 pg 20

Artwork by Dan Butcher

Sponsored by Visualise 




Reynard City Issue 25 pg 20


High quality web and graphic design

Issue 25 pg 19

Artwork by Dan Butcher

Page sponsored by Edward Couzens-Lake

PRE-ORDER ISSUE 25: ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR NOW (More info reynardcity@gmail.com)






Mustard Coffee House Guest Blog

Mustard Coffee House is a coffee shop in Bridewell Alley in the heart of Norwich city centre. This area (known as “Norwich Lanes”) is well known for independent shops, coffee shops and restaurants and it’s here that owner Elaine Reilly has arranged an exhibition of Reynard City framed prints this month.




How long have you been running the Mustard Coffee House?

We have been here for a year now, we bought the cafe from a couple who had done a lot of work and we are gradually putting our own stamp on things.

Norwich has a number of independent coffee shops. How does yours stand out?

We roast our own coffee here on site which makes us unique and we like our customers to think of mustard as a home from home.


You regularly promote local artists with displays in your coffee shop. Why do you think this is important?
Norwich has a wonderful artist community and I think people don’t always realise what a rich seam of talent there is so having the chance to promote some of it is very special.

Why did you choose Reynard Cty for your latest exhibition?

I’ve always loved comic books! And it’s good to broaden the spectrum of the type of art we show.


What is your favourite picture from the exhibition?

It would be the “Midnight” sketch (by Raye Springall) – just an old romantic at heart!


Reynard City Contest Entry by Raye Springall

Contest entry by Raye Springall

Did you enjoy comics growing up?

Yes, as a child my favourites were Thor and Captain America.

If you could have a coffee with any superhero who would it be?

It would have to be Thor, he was my hero as a child.

Who would play you in the film of your life?

I can’t see that ever being made , would be very dull. There’s been a lot of debate amongst the family about this but sadly we haven’t come to any sensible conclusion.


Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?
Retiring to my fave place in the world – Luxembourg




Special foxy thanks to Mustard Coffee House for exhibiting our artists’ prints! Remember everything we sell allows us to cover our costs and support our artists (Prints and other merchandise are available on the site if you are outside Norwich as well!) If you’re in Norwich go to Bridewell Alley to enjoy some fantastic coffee and see our display (More info here)- 

If you have an event, comic or creative project to promote email reynardcity@gmail.com to submit a guest blog- Sponsors get priority.


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 143 other followers