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** One of the artists other comics [[http://rickgriffinstudios.com/comics/comics-archive/ 'A&H club']] has the characters wear tops but nothing else. The reason is covered in the F.A.Q

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** One of the artists other comics [[http://rickgriffinstudios.com/comics/comics-archive/ 'A&H club']] ''Webcomic/AAndHClub'' has the characters wear tops but nothing else. The reason is covered in the F.A.Q

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* Phobinus, the God of Beauty in ''Webcomic/{{Chitra}}'', is said to be so beautiful that mortals could die if they see his true appearance -- so he appears to protagonist Chitra Serekino as a cute white rabbit wearing a snazzy suit jacket, vest, ruffled shirt, cravat, and... no pants.


* In ''Webcomic/YokokasQuest'', Yin covers her torso with a cape/poncho/shirt, and Raya covers her torso with a poncho, leaving their legs uncovered. Yang covers his legs with pants, leaving his torso uncovered. [[SiblingYinYang Yin and Yang]] fittingly have a full outfit (sans shoes) between them.

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* In ''Webcomic/YokokasQuest'', Yin covers her torso with a cape/poncho/shirt, and Raya covers her torso with a poncho, both leaving their legs uncovered. Yang covers his legs with pants, leaving his torso uncovered. [[SiblingYinYang Yin and Yang]] fittingly have a full outfit (sans shoes) between them.



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* In ''Webcomic/YokokasQuest'', Yin covers her torso with a cape/poncho/shirt, and Raya covers her torso with a poncho, leaving their legs uncovered. Yang covers his legs with pants, leaving his torso uncovered. [[SiblingYinYang Yin and Yang]] fittingly have a full outfit (sans shoes) between them.



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* Fuzzy, the living [[BuffySpeak teddy-bear-looking-thing]], from ''Webcomic/SamAndFuzzy'' only ever wears a bowtie and nothing else. [[spoiler:Near the climax of the story Fuzzy [[AmnesiacDissonance learns Eric (his past personality) used to avert this by wearing clothing all the time]] and spends several strips annoyed that nobody ever told him.]]




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\n* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' Krosp the talking cat that prefers to walk on his hid legs picks up a snazzy red jacket with fringed epaulettes while at the circus.


* Maybe the characters aren't actually animals, but no one in ''[[http://www.flyingmanandfriends.com Flying Man and Friends]]'' wears anything. At all.
* ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'' repeatedly lampshades the fact that [[CuteMonsterGirl Molly]]'s fur lets her get away with nudity. Her [[CloningBlues sister]] Galatea prefers to wear clothing, though.
* ''Webcomic/SequentialArt'' has half-dressed squirrel girls for the most part, once they're reminded that they don't need to be the InnocentFanServiceGirl squad. Kat and Pip are both fully clothed (unusual for a penguin).
* ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'' usually avoids this for mammals and insects; they're expected to be fully dressed. Birds tend to be nude, although a 'bridesmaid dress' worn at an avian wedding looked more like a bird costume.



* In ''Webcomic/ThreeJaguars'', Artist wears overalls and nothing else. Then Business Manager wears nothing but fur, and Marketer is fully clad.


** One of the artists other comics 'A&H club' has the characters wear tops but nothing else. The reason is covered in the F.A.Q

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** One of the artists other comics [[http://rickgriffinstudios.com/comics/comics-archive/ 'A&H club' club']] has the characters wear tops but nothing else. The reason is covered in the F.A.Q

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** One of the artists other comics 'A&H club' has the characters wear tops but nothing else. The reason is covered in the F.A.Q
--> Q: Why do none of the characters wear pants?
--> A: Because itís my story and I need to make it fun for me.



* ''Webcomic/{{Housepets!}}'': The outfits Peanut suggests for Miles when he moves in to the neighborhood all feature a [[http://www.housepetscomic.com/2009/10/16/more-human-than-human/ conspicuous lack of pants]].

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* ''Webcomic/{{Housepets!}}'': ''Webcomic/{{Housepets}}'': The outfits Peanut suggests for Miles when he moves in to the neighborhood all feature a [[http://www.housepetscomic.com/2009/10/16/more-human-than-human/ conspicuous lack of pants]].

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* ''Webcomic/{{Housepets!}}'': The outfits Peanut suggests for Miles when he moves in to the neighborhood all feature a [[http://www.housepetscomic.com/2009/10/16/more-human-than-human/ conspicuous lack of pants]].


* Maybe the characters aren't actually animals, but no one in [[http://www.flyingmanandfriends.com Flying Man and Friends]] wears anything. At all.

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* Maybe the characters aren't actually animals, but no one in [[http://www.''[[http://www.flyingmanandfriends.com Flying Man and Friends]] Friends]]'' wears anything. At all.



* ''KevinAndKell'' usually avoids this for mammals and insects; they're expected to be fully dressed. Birds tend to be nude, although a 'bridesmaid dress' worn at an avian wedding looked more like a bird costume.
* Some of the anthropomorphic animal characters in ''ExterminatusNow'' are fully dressed up in trousers or skirts, shirts, ties, shoes, boots, coats or trenchcoats, while others wear ''only'' a trenchcoat, or only a hat, or a sash plus boots and nothing else. At one point, one of the (pants-wearing) characters even comments on his (pantless) colleague's lack of trousers, who tells him to get lost. Of course, most of the characters have fur, or if they're turtles or mantis-people they lack outward sexual characteristics anyway. Clothing seem to be pretty much optional and just a fashion statement. No-one seems to be ''completely'' undressed, however.
* Bob and other characters in ''{{Horndog}}''.
* In ''{{Fite}}'', most of the characters are fully clothed (except for a few understandable {{Walking Shirtless Scene}}s), but the Mutali Chief wears only a vest. None of the other Mutali wear any clothes or even walk upright, placing them lower on the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism than everyone else.

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* ''KevinAndKell'' ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'' usually avoids this for mammals and insects; they're expected to be fully dressed. Birds tend to be nude, although a 'bridesmaid dress' worn at an avian wedding looked more like a bird costume.
* Some of the anthropomorphic animal characters in ''ExterminatusNow'' ''Webcomic/ExterminatusNow'' are fully dressed up in trousers or skirts, shirts, ties, shoes, boots, coats or trenchcoats, while others wear ''only'' a trenchcoat, or only a hat, or a sash plus boots and nothing else. At one point, one of the (pants-wearing) characters even comments on his (pantless) colleague's lack of trousers, who tells him to get lost. Of course, most of the characters have fur, or if they're turtles or mantis-people they lack outward sexual characteristics anyway. Clothing seem to be pretty much optional and just a fashion statement. No-one seems to be ''completely'' undressed, however.
* Bob and other characters in ''{{Horndog}}''.
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* In ''{{Fite}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Fite}}'', most of the characters are fully clothed (except for a few understandable {{Walking Shirtless Scene}}s), but the Mutali Chief wears only a vest. None of the other Mutali wear any clothes or even walk upright, placing them lower on the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism than everyone else.



* {{Lampshaded}} in [[http://derpiboo.ru/147019 this]] WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic interview comic; in one panel Trixie is apparently admiring Cloud Swarmer's... uh... he is a stallion (The comic is worksafe, though).
* {{Lampshaded}} in WebComic/CommanderKitty, when FullyDressedCartoonAnimal Nin Wah realizes yet ''another'' [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/05/09/freaky-things/ thing she doesn't like about CK's crew]].

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* {{Lampshaded}} in [[http://derpiboo.ru/147019 this]] WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' interview comic; in one panel Trixie is apparently admiring Cloud Swarmer's... uh... he is a stallion (The comic is worksafe, though).
* {{Lampshaded}} in WebComic/CommanderKitty, ''WebComic/CommanderKitty'', when FullyDressedCartoonAnimal Nin Wah realizes yet ''another'' [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/05/09/freaky-things/ thing she doesn't like about CK's crew]].


* ''TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'' repeatedly lampshades the fact that [[CuteMonsterGirl Molly]]'s fur lets her get away with nudity. Her [[CloningBlues sister]] Galatea prefers to wear clothing, though.

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* ''TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'' ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'' repeatedly lampshades the fact that [[CuteMonsterGirl Molly]]'s fur lets her get away with nudity. Her [[CloningBlues sister]] Galatea prefers to wear clothing, though.

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