Illumination Entertainment’s movie The Secret Life of Pets was a surprise success back in 2016, and it saw a sequel in theaters this year, leading the box office in its opening week.  It turns out those cute neighborhood pets are just as fun even if you remove the voices of the famous actors who play the parts in the movies.  A new hardcover comic arriving at comic book stores this month translates Max, Snowball, Duke, Gidget, Chloe, Mel, Buddy and the gang into a comic strip for all ages of animal lovers.  It’s all in The Secret Life of Pets: The Fast and the Furry

Writer Stéphane Lapuss’ and the artist known as Goum have combined to put together a new collection of behind the curtains antics that continue to show fans what the dogs and cats (and birds and pigs and rabbits and…) are doing when their humans aren’t at home.  That’s 100 pages of comic strip stories in a colorful, gift book-sized hardcover edition.  And if you like this book, you’ll be happy to hear another volume is in the works.

This isn’t an adaptation of either movie, but a collection of all-new tales.  Take a look at this preview of The Secret Life of Pets: The Fast and the Furry, courtesy of Titan Comics:

Order The Secret Life of Pets: The Fast and the Furry now from Elite Comics or your local comic book shop.  It’s coming this month from Titan Comics.

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