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Comic profile: The Perils Of Lusynda
The Perils Of Lusynda
Anthro sword and sorcery, action and adventure with plenty of up-top bounce
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Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 3rd Apr 2016
Number of comics: 48
Number of subscribers: 28
Visitors: 34230 visitors (162064 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (115 votes)

Comic description

My project is a mature-audiences anthro sword-and-sorcery adventure starring a rather top-heavy bunny barbarian named Lusynda. In her adventures, a neighboring tribe called the Ferals are suddenly attacking and devouring her people as a famine ravages the land, threatening a peace that has lasted for generations.

So she must journey the forgotten wastes of the outer reaches of her world and travels the civilized kingdoms to find a way for her people to survive the dangers of the unexplored realms where all manner of beast and magic abide. She must also find a way for her tribe to survive the encroachment of the civilized kingdoms, exposing her soul to the temptations of civilization and gold-hoarders with their lascivious pleasures they offer.

Updated as often as possible.

You can contact me at

And I write a blog on Lusynda that can be found at


Grey Garou
Grey Garou
I was born and raised in the cold Midwest. As I was growing up, I developed a love for art, books, and music (I also play the bass guitar). I attended about four years of college where I got an AA degree and a technical degree in printing and graphic arts. In 2003, I moved to the West Coast for a fresh start and to find a more friendly artistic community.

I'm a long-time comic artist who enjoys drawing the female form as appealing as possible, with emphasis on the curves above the waist. My work leans toward the realistic with exaggerations, with quasi-cartoony elements. I do both human and anthro characters. I also do a lot of cheesecake/pin-up art that can be simply naughty to very kinky/exotic.

I try to avoid the black and white, good and evil in my stories to allow me the creative flexibility to explore all sorts of philosophical and psychological tangents in the experiences of my character. I consider my work but to entertain, I don't seek to condemn or advocate. I cover a lot of different genres from sword and sorcery, horror, sci-fi, romantic, adult-oriented, slice of life and more. My work can be dramatic, funny, savage, erotic, and generally aims for a more mature audience. I do my art for two reasons, my creative satisfaction and viewer enjoyment. Don't be afraid to tell me you enjoy my work if you do.

Most recent comments left on The Perils Of Lusynda

13th Apr 2016
"I have my ways, slaver." An open ended reply. On the one hand it makes me want to be Lord Marshal. On the other...
Left on The Throne of Lillith - Page 26
Grey Garou
3rd Apr 2016
Grey Garou
New questions, and a whole new twist on the problems facing Lusynda.

After the next page, which is the conclusion to this first chapter, I'll be working on a new Lusynda project (that ties into this comic).
Left on The Throne of Lillith - Page 26
Grey Garou
17th Feb 2016
Grey Garou
Slavers tend to be assholes, and glorified sadists/bullies. The only way they can feel tall is by standing on someone.
Left on The Throne of Lillith - Page 25
16th Feb 2016
Slaver's just can't break the mold. She's begging to be saved whilst insulting and threatening. Then the false bravado: " me or drop me...". Then back to begging for help: "I can't...make it...Help me!!" What a loser.
Left on The Throne of Lillith - Page 25
Grey Garou
8th Feb 2016
Grey Garou
Indeed, she does have very strong arms. That's one reason I wanted to draw anthros, the boundaries between what is considered normal and super-strength is blurred considerably more with anthros than humans.
Left on The Throne of Lillith - Page 25