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Goblin Hollow is a Furry comic by Ralph E. Hayes (also known for Tales of the Questor and Nip and Tuck). It stars Ben Bruin, his wife Lily (a mountain lion), her younger sister Penny, and a septet of goblins (Sheldon, Velvet, Slick, Zoot, Morty, Gunther and Piff) that Ben inherited along with the old mansion they all live in.

In a previous incarnation, the comic was called Under The Lemon Tree and the goblins weren't goblins, but aspects of Ben's subconscious brought to life (Ex. Sheldon was his intelligence, Velvet his sensitivity, Mort his pessimism, etc.)

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Goblin Hollow contains examples of:

  • Aborted Arc: There were hints of a mysterious past that would explain why someone of Ben's skills and intelligence was basically working as a janitor at a Woolworth's. This seems to have vanished along with the previous continuity.
    • The promised appearance of the Wyrd Kids was abandoned as well, much to the dismay of the readership.
  • Author Appeal: RH Junior Ben is an unashamed gun "enthusiast".
  • Hypocrite: The Neighborhood Watch, among others. When they complain about Ben's building, he proves that all of them have extended their own buildings onto his property.
  • Indian Burial Ground: Subverted, it's an ancient Indian garbage dump.
  • Mama Bear: Lily smashed a gargoyle to pieces with her bare claws when one of them almost ate one of the Goblins. Her getting a sledgehammer to deal with the goblin eaters afterwards was a mere formality.
  • Mutual Masquerade: Penny finds and hatches a pair of goblin eggs and spends several strips keeping them secret from Ben and Lily, who unbeknownst to her already have seven goblins of their own.
  • Mundane Fantastic: Much heavier on the supernatural (or at least the weird) than Nip and Tuck, which takes place in the same universe.
  • No Biochemical Barriers: Feline Lily is pregnant with ursine Ben's child.

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