Welcome to Reynard City




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



The Perfect Platinum Available Now

The Perfect Platinum Available Now

A trip to a concert takes a very dark turn. What follows is a story where the dark past of Sally Vixen is fully revealed.

Available now for Patreon backers (click here to donate) or £3 to Paypal if you want to do a one-off donation.

The collection includes-

  • All issues of the Perfect Platinum story from Issue 16 (Rock and Load) to Issue 21 (Subconscious Pt 2)
  • Prequel stories Chubby Little Secret and Revelation
  • Introduction featuring insights from artists like Jed Soriano and Susie Gander and other contributors such as Jessica Austin (Norcon) and Rachel Keeley (Maybe Someday)
  • New short story by contest winner Van Hikari

Remember: buying this collection helps to support our artists and keep this project going. Massive thanks to everyone who backs us, if you’d like to know more either click here or email reynardcity@gmail.com




New series Reynard City Chronicles coming soon- more info here


Logo by Jed Soriano

Logo by Jed Soriano













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Support us on Patreon or donate via Paypal– get awesome rewards from just $1 per month!

We hit 10 backers so posted a reward for everyone (click the pic below!)- if we get to $100 in backing we’ll add another one!

Make Up Test


Special foxy thanks to Foxy Bop Cosplay/ Alan A Andrew Photography






Download the issues here today!

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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Contact us

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Postal address: Polycomical Studios, 113 Copenhagen Way, Norwich, UK NR3 2RB

Email/Paypal: reynardcity@gmail.com

Patreon: www.patreon.com/reynardcity


Twitter: @ReynardCity

Facebook: Click here for the main page

Deviantart: Reynard City Group Page

Roleplay Forum: Here

The Perfect Platinum Collection

One question we have had is about what would happen with the older issues. As promised here is our first collection of issues The Perfect Platinum Collection.

Perfect Platinum Collection cover

Perfect Platinum Collection cover


What is The Perfect Platinum Collection?

I’ve always been a big fan of graphic novel collections that feature a running story. In this instance the story is about Sal aka Wondervixen. She has been struggling with voices in her head and nightmares from her past.

But an unfortunate incident at a concert changes everything, forcing her to confront her past in a very real and literal way.

The collection includes all the issues from Issue 16 (Rock and Load) through to Issue 21 (Subconscious Pt 2) and features work from awesome artists such as Susie Gander, Jed Soriano, Dan Butcher and Nicholas Webb, as well as the bonus issues Revelation and Chubby Little Secret.

Why should I get it?

As well as the issues we also have a bonus story by contest winner Van Hikari, as well as interviews with artists and Reynard City contributors on the character Wondervixen.

Also the big thing is the more we can sell of this the more money goes to our artists and the sooner we can get Reynard City Chronicles up and running.

Where can I get it?

For now Patreon backers can get it (click here) or you can donate £3 to our Paypal and you will receive it in your inbox. We are looking at options for hosting it and will update with links later on. If you would like to know more email reynardcity@gmail.com



Instagram Week 4

Thanks to everyone who’s shared our Instagram pics (including Mawar_magenta,  Dexshirts, Ferdinanus_mhs,  Art_by_a_tess, Comickeys, Newlegendmike and Treymykel)

Quick reminder: Sunday is the deadline for our Wondervixen fanart, fanfic contest- your work could be included in The Perfect Platinum collection alongside a whole bunch of other prizes (more info in The Den or click on the pic below, thanks Susie Gander for that!)


Speaking of Susie Gander she needs just £80 to hit her £1000 target to make Perrywinkle a comic, helping to raise awareness and funds to combat Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (more info here or click on the pic below). She recently won an award and has been recognised for her efforts and I just wanted to say that’s awesome and well worth supporting!


Finally here is this week’s Instagram gallery, our theme being Mega Fox and villains. Next week it’s memes and fun stuff, so if you want to add your own let us know and we’ll add you to the gallery, thanks again to everyone who has provided artwork for us, it really means a lot!


Happy birthday Alan A Andrew

Happy birthday to the very talented photographer Alan A Andrew, another example of some of the fine people we have working on our Patreon extras!


Thanks to Alan A Andrew for his work on the Foxy Bop Cosplay Gallery. If you would like to see the full gallery (as well as a range of extras including short stories, artwork and exclusive updates) please back our Patreon or donate to our Paypal for a one-off donation!

You can see more of Alan’s fantastic photography on his Facebook page here




Instagram Roundup Week 3


Coming soon...

Coming soon…

This week it’s Hyper Rob. Next week the theme will be “Villains”, first pics will be on our Instagram Monday.


William Butler Profile

William Butler is a comic artist and illustrator who is currently doing commission work for us on our Patreon. If you would like to see his full works you can back us for $1 a month here. If you would like to commission William you can contact him via email (wbutler1986@hotmail.com)

Tell us a bit about yourself

I attended animation school- my aim was to create movement as well as style, though I must admit I found the process difficult (it wasn’t just me a lot of others felt they emphasised pen pushing over creativity and felt let down by the system).

In 2002 I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, a mild form of autism that I believe has helped shape my creativity- when I was young I would absorb a lot of ideas through TV and comics, noting down ideas on scraps of paper and my exercise books.

What are your influences?

My main influences are Herge’s Tintin (the ‘straight line’ style he perfected), I first learnt to draw extreme muscle anatomy and comedic styles from the Beano and the Dandy and of course i used to read (and trace) from Marvel, DC and manga (though i prefer the pulp heroes)

What attracted you to working on Reynard City?

i’m more of a cat person really, but Reynard City seemed to offer a lot more than just the typical hero/villain plot (the characters aren’t too flashy or jingoistic). i was introduced to it at London Comic Con by Dan Butcher of Vanguard.


How did you find out about Reynard City?

My creativity has suffered a bit since I had to take on the responsibility of being my fathers carer from 2010 onwards. I’ve had to draw in what ever time I can get when i’m out and about (either in cafes, at work as a volunteer or at charity clubs).

I’ve only just started going to an art class in Guildford so when i was offered to submit my work style to Reynard City, i thought ‘What have i got to lose?’

Who would play you in the film of your life?

Hell if i know! I mean who else has my complexion or character? (Don’t know who is the main fashion these days) but if a bio film was done of my life, i’d want it to be honest and engaging!

(A bit like Attenborough’s portrayal of Charlie Chaplin- Editor’s note: If you’re a fan of Robert Downey Jr I heartily recommend Chaplin, he’s fantastic in it)

Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?

As of this year & 2017, I’ve yet to get my life back on track (acquiring my new flat & trying to combat my lack of exercise/over eating issues). But from 2017/2018, in 5 years’ time I hope to have produced my own comic book series, acquire my own stand at comic con and if possible have a stab at the comics industry!

Want an OC pic by William? Enter our OC contest in the Den (more contests up now!)