The Compleat Werewolf
Kirkus Reviews called it a "giddy burlesque", while the SF Site listed it among Boucher's "best stories". Brian Stableford described it as an example of "preliminary de-historicization followed by re-accommodation to American pragmatism".
Its presence in the 2013 anthology Unnatural Creatures brought it to renewed attention, with Publishers Weekly stating that it was "astonishingly silly"; however, Tor.com felt that it was "a little out-of-step and dated", and the A.V. Club noted that "cramming Nazis, werewolves, Indian rope tricks, and talking cats into one narrative (is) quite a feat, but still takes too long" compared to more modern stories.
- 1943 Retro-Hugo Awards, at TheHugoAwards.org; retrieved March 16, 2019
- THE COMPLEAT WEREWOLF, reviewed at Kirkus Reviews; published November 1, 1969; subsequently posted online; retrieved March 16, 2019
- The Compleat Boucher, reviewed by Peter D. Tillman, at the SF Site; published 2000; retrieved March 16, 2019
- The Fantasy Hall of Fame, ed. Robert Silverberg, reviewed by Brian Stableford, originally published in The New York Review of Science Fiction #121 (September 1998); archived in News of the Black Feast and Other Random Reviews, published March 1, 2009; note that the text misspells it as "Complete"
- Unnatural Creatures , reviewed at Publishers Weekly; published April 8, 2013; retrieved March 16, 2019
- Griffins, Unicorns, and Yet Weirder Chimerae: Unnatural Creatures, edited by Neil Gaiman and Maria Dahvana Headley, reviewed by Karin L. Kross, at Tor.com; published April 17, 2013; retrieved March 16, 2019
- Neil Gaiman: Unnatural Creatures, reviewed by Noah Cruickshank, in The A.V. Club; published April 22, 2013; retrieved March 16, 2019