Welcome to Reynard City

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

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


Click here for our intro video (Special thanks John Paul Guerra)









“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

Three superhero foxes (AK Girl, Wondervixen and Hyper Rob) come to Earth to stop an evil robot fox (Mega Fox). What follows is a story of galactic warfare, destruction, caramel inflation and subconscious weirdness.

Download the issues here today- and you can get print copies too (for a limited time get signed copies and a free poster!)

Issue 27 is being posted up now– new pages every Monday! 


Issue 27 cover by Jamel Markee







Issue 25 cover










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


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Apologies for delays and new year update

Issue 27 cover by Jamel Markee

This year has been an interesting one- there’s been some great stuff and some not so great (don’t really want to get into the personal side of it, but let’s just say that was outweighted by cool things like artists coming back and guest hosting the World Thumb Wrestling Championships…yes, really!)

One thing that has gutted me is the delays and problems we’ve had with the last couple of issues. Squirmy’s Revenge is a story I’ve been waiting to do for a while and it is a shame we’ve had problems with both parts of this story.

What this means is once this issue is done and the Kickstarter people have all received their rewards (once again thanks so much, your support means a lot and I’m sorry you’ve been kept waiting) is that we will rethink what we do here.

One thing to make clear- I am not having a go at the artists involved. Life happens and what you need to remember is this is something they do when they can, often with jobs, college work and other things to do at the same time. I have enormous respect for the artists that work on this and will do all I can to support them.

This is why next year we will be relaunching the Patreon with some special exclusive rewards for people who back us. However for now we do also have a Paypal.me you can click on here if you would like to donate, both to support the artists and to get various rewards (if you haven’t already seen it check The Den page).

If you have any questions please get in touch. This is a project I love and your support means a lot and I hope next year we can sort this out so we can get a better deal for the two most important people of this project- you (as in the reader) and the artists.

Reynard City Christmas Gift Ideas Sponsored by Mugshot-Me

Apologies for the delay with the Issue 27 pages, got a few issues to sort out but we’re working on it. In the meantime we’re doing a Q and A video so please put in any questions in the comments below!

It’s coming up to Christmas so now’s the time to get some gifts in. If you’re looking for something a bit different and want to support Reynard City then here are a few ideas (also for anyone who buys something RC related over Christmas we’re going to give you a special bonus gift in January- more news soon!)

Thanks to Susie Gander for the pic!

Thanks to Susie Gander for the pic!


Mug Shot-Me (Limited Time £24.99)

Get your mug on a T-shirt with Mugshot-Me

A new venture from the fab people at Visualise, this is in my opinion an ideal casual convention shirt, a gift for a friend or something for the office/hen/stag parties. Check out how to get your own here.


AK Girl (Tim Lince)

Badge Base (£3- £20.50)

While called Badge Base the company offers a whole range of gifts in their Reynard City merchandise den. They include-

  • Thermal Mugs (£10)
  • Smart phone covers (£9)
  • Cufflinks (£13)
  • Hoodies (£20.50)
  • Bottle opener keyrings (£6)

Have a look in the den, there’s a few cool gifts and stocking fillers (click on the link here)

The Keeley Collection (£5- £20)

AK Girl necklace- The Rachel Keeley collection

Special handmade items by Rachel Keeley, these items include rings, earrings and necklaces, check out the whole range here.


Pegstar Designs ( £13- Custom Made)

Show off your love of RC while you’re out and about! These special custom made shoes (amongst other things) are great if you want something a bit different and has that added hand crafted touch.


Signed print comics (£5, can also be sold with other items)

Of course we do have the comics as well- order before Christmas and we’ll throw in a special message too! Special thanks to Colour Print who produce our comics (amongst other things).

April, Casey and Shred-Head approved!

April, Casey and Shred-Head approved!


Big big thanks to everyone who has supported us, whether through sponsorship, Kickstarter or promoting us through social media. Just a reminder it is free to download the comics but any donations via Paypal will help keep us going and support the artists who have worked hard at this (to donate please click here!)



Steve Jobs review

Congrats to Harvey (under 12) and Martin (over 12) for winning the Halloween colouring contest. Check the competition page for the latest contest.

Steve Jobs is a film about the iconic Apple founder Steve Jobs. This is not to be confused with the Ashton Kutcher starring Steve Jobs film that I haven’t seen. However this one is written by “West Wing and Social Network” writer Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny “Trainspotting/28 Days Later/The Olympic Opening Ceremony” Boyle and stars Michael “Early Magneto” Fassbender.

What we get is an interesting fusion of the backstage walking and talking fast pace of The West Wing with the dramatisation of business and technology of the Social Network. However whereas Jesse Eisenberg’s Zuckerberg was presented as a borderline sociopath who achieved success through genius and ruthlessness in this instance Jobs is more of a visionary whose creative genius is at odds with the “nuts and bolts” approach of partner Steve Wozniak.

Wozniak is played by Seth Rogen and although it is fair to say he is portrayed as a schlubby nerd it has to be said Rogen acts well and makes the character more rounded. He is someone who understandably wants credit for his work but while we sympathise with him he is not totally without flaws (the same is true of a business confidante and father figure played by Jeff Daniels).

But perhaps the big surprise is an almost literally unrecognisable Kate Winslet as Jobs’ long suffering assistant. She does the standard Sorkin back and forth banter but her desire to see Jobs connect with his daughter also seems real and genuine and when she unleashes her pent up emotion it doesn’t seem stagey or forced.

The three act structure is based around three product launches- the near company ruining Mac in 1984, the rival Next created by Jobs in 1988 when he is fired from Apple before his big comeback in 1998 with the I-Mac that would become forever associated with Jobs.

I don’t know why but it seems lately I enjoy films based on being behind the scenes- Whiplash, Birdman and Steve Jobs all take very different approaches but as someone who has worked on various creative projects it is always fascinating to see the personalities behind the process and the passion that goes into making it work. What arguably is a common thread is how far we allow “genius” to consume us and whether the end result is worth the pain involved.

While the film has not done incredibly well at the box office I hope more people discover it on DVD. It’s well directed, well acted and well written. Arguably there are some moments that seem a bit Hollywood and it could be argued some major events are skimmed over. However overall I feel this is a film that deserves to be seen and is well worth checking out.


Issue 27 pg 8

Artwork by Susie Gander

Script by Rob Turner (based on a story by Wo-Nellie)

Sponsored by Ed Couzens Lake


Issue 27 pg8


Congrats to Harvey (Under 12s) and Martin Williams (Over 12s) for their entries. For details of our next contest click here.

Reynard City Colouring Contest

rc colouring entry 2

rc colouring entry 3

Spectre review

WARNING- We try to keep spoilers to a minimum but as ever we recommend watching the film fresh if you want to avoid anything that gives away plot points. Issue 27 pages will be returning soon, apologies for the delay!


In German there is a word- “schnurkel”. My Dad really likes it, possibly because it sounds funny. But the word itself has an interesting meaning, referring to things unnecessarily topping other things off (the German equivalent of “gilding the lily”).

I say this because I think for the most part Spectre is a great Bond film. A lot of the elements that you want from both the modern style (a darker tone, more rounded characters and a recognition that the real world exists) to the slightly more fantastic style (a gigantic henchman, self parody and a sly wink that acknowledges it’s all a bit silly.) If you don’t like Bond films this won’t convert you and if you are it depends on the kind of Bond film you like.

On the basic level you get what you want- some fantastic stunts and the bonus of actors like Andrew Scott, Monica Belluci and Christophe Waltz joining the established team around Daniel Craig’s Bond (who all get a bit more to do this time around).  Dave Bautista makes a great heavy in a setpiece similar to From Russia With Love although recent interviews suggesting he took the role because he was “intelligent” doesn’t seem to translate with the near silent thug I saw on screen (but again it should be said he plays the role really well so zero disrespect to him, though it’s a bit sad considering the fantastic character he played in Guardians of the Galaxy suggested a better talent than this kind of role).

Unfortunately some elements don’t quite work- I’m not a fan of Sam Smith’s theme. The song isn’t bad but it lacks the oomph you get from the likes of Adele or Tina Turner (and in terms of a quieter Bond theme Nancy Sinatra’s You Only Live Twice established mood better).

Also we get the Sam Mendes direction from American Beauty that goes for very theatrical SYMBOLISM that tries that bit too hard to set the mood. Moments of goofiness and self parody also threaten to undercut the more grounded style that previous Craig films have set. You also get a disconnect between the more personal elements of the story against the wider “world domination” plot.

It sounds like I’m being down on the film but that’s only because it is close to spot on. It delivers 9 out of 10 from what I expect from a Bond movie and I came out happy that I got the action, humour and style that I was hoping for. However I still feel that the best Daniel Craig Bond was Casino Royale in that it wasn’t attempting to all things to all people and it worked because it was a more pared down version of the character that felt real. This was great but it had comic book moments that were slightly out of place with the tone previous films set (not helped by the callbacks in the film!)

In short I think this is a 4 out of 5 film that could have been 5 out of 5. If you love Craig as Bond then you get pretty much exactly what you want. If you don’t then save your money for Jem and the Holograms or that film coming up later in the year about wars in space.



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