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Welcome to Petshop of Horrors at YahooGroups...

 Featured Fanart : Envy, by Chrislea (click to enlarge) Matsuri Akino's tale of a Chinatown Petshop's ecentric keeper and intriguing menagerie follows a strange series of mysteries. With information growing online about this manga/anime, I'm hoping together this group can spread the word. This site is especially Count D friendly and yaoi friendly as well, so if you're easily offended, please keep this in mind. ;) Now enter and have a seat, have some cake and tea, and join us...

Phobia and Bear, list creator

Featured Fan Art : Chrislea's beautiful abstract conception of the deadly sin Envy, pictured through PetShop of Horrors. Papa D, contemplating his son's relationship with Leon Orcot through candles burning and eyes of sorrowful covet. Click on the smaller version to view this gorgeous art piece in its full size.

If you'd like to have your fanart featured here please contact moderators Geri, Murasaki and/or Val, or either express it at the list. We'll be delighted to have you.

It has been over two years since Petshop was released in America. Since then, we 'Petshoppers' have seen the fandom rise as each of us discovered Petshop and expressed our appriciation with fanart, fanfic, websites, and getting involved in the original source, the 10 volume manga.

Petshop of Horrors, Count D, Leon Orcot, and all related aspects are Matsuri Akino; any medium displayed are for the purpose of expanding the general knowledge and fandom of Matsuri Akino and Petshop of Horrors

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  • 1518
  • Anime
  • May 1, 2000
  • English

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