Goldie's werewolf artwork is some of the most beautiful I've ever seen.
The Daily Coyote
An amazing blog about a woman living in a small town in Wyoming who took in an orphaned baby coyote. She is an excellent photographer, and uses this talent to showcase Charlie (the coyote), and his interactions both with her cat (Eli, whom Charlie reveres), and with the beautiful expanse of land in which they live.
Furry Illustrations by Heather Bruton
Her site features dozens of examples of her beautiful furry artwork. Be warned though, there is only one gallery, with adult and g-rated work mixed freely together.
Soap Puppy Productions
The furry art of Ginger/J. Willard. I don't know what drew me to this site. I wasn't so much for cartoonish furries when I had found it, but I found her work growing on me. There is some adult artwork on this site, but it's in a separate gallery with a warning.
World of Froud
This site is dedicated to the artwork of Brian and Wendy Froud. They're responsible for, among other things, the design of TheDarkCrystal and Labyrinth, as well as the infamous LadyCottington'sPressedFairyBook.
Order of the Stick
A comic featuring a group of D&D style adventurers in a bizarrely compelling stick figure world filled with terrible liches, psychotic halflings, even more psychotic paladins, goblin hordes, slighly mentally challenged bards, and monsters just itching to finally emerge from the darkness!
The Noob is a comic directed at the MMO gaming industry, featuring the adventures of an character called Ohforfsake (all the other names he tried were taken), in the extensive game world of Clichequest.
The Seraph Inn
Home of Inverloch, A story of elves, humans, and strange wolfish creatures called Dakor. The artwork for this one is gorgeous. Inverloch is completed, and the artist is now working on a new comic called ThePhoenixRequiem, which is turning out to be darker, and definitely a good story.
A sci-fi fantasy romance story revolving around the game of Alien Dice, it's players, and the various people and creatures that get involved along the way. The archive is extensive, but don't let that put you off... it is well worth the read. And take the time to read the text beneath the comic as well - it is not critical to the storyline, but adds a lot of rich detail.
A tongue-in-cheek fantasy story featuring a banished elven prince and his comerades. It starts off quite silly, and grows more serious as the storyline progresses. The humor remains throughout, and fits in well with the story. The artwork also improves amazingly from the beginning of the story up to now.
In this world, planets are living beings, caretakers of their worlds. Earthsong is a young planet helping to rescue the living beings of the universe from a terrible fate. The comic's storyline is quite unique, and the artwork is beautiful.
Looking For Group
Looking For Group is an MMO inspired comic series, loosely based on World of Warcraft. It is home to quite possible the most infamous character in current online comics, Richard, the hilariously murderous undead warlock. The artwork is lovely, and the storylines - while sometimes quite serious - pack in plenty of humor.
The Zombie Hunters
There's plenty of zombie comics making the rounds at the moment. This one stands out. The characters are realistic and engaging, and the artwork is gritty and very well done. Probably not safe for work due to a high volume of swearing, but hey.
A western fantasy story done in manga style, mainly centered around a young man who is actually a half-breed spirit called a Jinku. The story is very original, and the characters well fleshed out and interesting. The artwork ranges from good to downright exquisite, especially when some of the stranger creatures start making appearances. Not safe for work, due to some bloody violence and sexual situations.
Vampires, werewolves, demons and magic, in a modern setting. Well drawn, with interesting characters and storylines, and a very faithful 3-days-per-week update schedule.
A mystery/horror comic done in manga style, which is turning out to be quite werewolfy in nature. Beautiful artwork.
Average guy by day, geek by night... wonderful cast of characters and highly amusing storylines.
Everything you know is a lie. Highly detailed comic with a very unique style. It is not for kids, as it can be rather violent and includes adult themes here and there. The updates are completely random.
The story of a young girl under a strange curse. Beautiful artwork, great characters, good storyline.
A college student discovers she is actually decended from a species which was supposed to have been killed off long ago. Involves lots of lovely fantasy creatures, including Grecian sphinxes, which are awesome.
Cat Legend A Midsummer Night's Dream style faeries! The storyline of Cat Legend can be somewhat hard to follow at times, as it jumps back and forth in time, but it's very interesting. It's also fascinating to see how much the artist's style improves as the comic goes on.
Many hundreds of pages of Julie's original comics and more. A whole lot of fun stuff.
This one is a bit difficult to explain, and the earlier comics are better - funnier and less convoluted than the more recent ones. But it is worth a read, if for no other reason than the KITTEN story arc.
This is a long-running comic about games, gamers, and the gaming industry by Woody Hearn. It started out with a series of brilliant jokes that old EverQuest players will appreciate, and has been running ever since.
This comic has an interesting storyline and good artwork, but be warned, it can get very violent and messy at times. Updates have become very rare lately, but the archive is a fun read.
Dungeons and Denizens
This comic features your classic fantasy dungeon, along with all of its resident employees. Donna and Diana is/are the most adorably evil cerberus you'll ever meet.
A cute comic-strip featuring a crew of animal actors living on a farm, a bunch of obnoxious cats, and a rather confused female fox from the wild.
This one is no longer running, but it's some fun werewolfy stuff.
The Monster Makers
Materials and instruction for creating latex masks. Their catalog includes just about everything you'd ever need to create, well, monsters. I have ordered from them a few times and have been well pleased with their service.
Running Wolf Productions
Home of the behind-the-scenes werewolf making for Verdun Manor, with many excellent pictures of their beautiful work. They also sell costume pieces and commissioned work.
This UK based site has some really nice creature masks and prosthetics available.
Big Bad Wolf's fursuits
I got a lot of good ideas from this site; the descriptions on his costumes are very thorough, too.
Foam latex prosthetics, mostly of cats, though they have a few other creatures as well. Most of them are pre-colored, but you can get unpainted ones if you prefer to do your own makeup.
Special Effects Supply
Another supplier of special effects materials. Their catalog is extensive, but I have yet to order from them.
Jonas Supply Online Catalog
This is a taxidermy supply company that has many useful supplies for costuming, including plastic animal jawsets, noses, claws and eyes.
This site is invaluable for information and supplies for doing resin casting, which I have just recently started getting into. The most useful part of the site is a series of how-to videos that are a must-see for anyone interested in molding and casting.
Some incredible looking, realistic-style fursuits, and some excellent tutorials.
Verdun Manor is a werewolf-themed haunted house in Texas, with some of the most incredible in-house props and costumes I've ever seen. And, well, werewolves.
Featuring some very unique creatures. The costumes and lurkers are outstanding.
The Scream Team
Movie quality foam latex prosthetics. These are wickedly realistic.
Everything you'd want to know about the various incarnations of the Haunted Mansion in Disney theme parks. While it's not strictly Halloween related, the nine hundred and ninety-nine happy haunts deserve a place here too.
Corpses For Sale
Tell me you didn't always want one! These are really great looking corpses for haunted houses and such, and reasonably priced, as realistic, fake dead people go.
This site features a wealth of information and multimedia from the various Disney theme parks, mainly Disneyland.
Every werewolf movie, ever. I'd be very surprised if there were any missed on this enormous list. It is also kept well up to date, and I hope it continues to be!
Nostalgia requires me to include a link to the Virtual Apple site, where you can actually play the original version of Oregon Trail. This was a staple in the computer labs when I was in grade school. Now if only they'd include Odell Lake...