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Femforce 101

Femforce 101

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The first part of a three-part story, “The Yesterday Syndrome”. To the Earth, the mission of the Femforce was a success- the Enigma Cloud has disappeared from the planet’s atmosphere. But unknown to all, they have crash-landed back on our homeworld at The South Pole, some two miles from the surface, in the displaced ruins of what once was known as Atlantis. Oh, yeah- and they’re at the mercy of The Black Shroud!! Realizing their only hope for escape is through a hitherto-unknown opening to The Well Of Souls buried there, they make that harrowing journey, not suspecting that the cosmic chess game that controls their fate is still ongoing, and that once they come out of The Well, they’ll drop right through a new playing piece The Shroud has put on the board- Dr. Jimenez’ Time Triangle. What’s so bad about that? He’s set it so that as they pass through it, time will begin to run backwards for the Femforce, until each one regresses past the point of their own origin-and ceases to exist!!! Story by Bill Black, drawn by Black and Brad Gorby, and inked by Mark Heike. It guest stars Rayda, General Strock, Colt, Videxx, General Gordon, Fighting Yank, and Yankee Girl. The second story is also the first part of a trilogy- “Synnzilla, Queen of The Monsters!” A giant woman fan’s fantasy, as we see a giantess Synn bathing in a park fountain, towering over skyscrapers, and plucking airplanes out of the sky, until bigger girls Tara and Garganta come to discipline her. Synn wakes up to learn it was all a dream. GTS fans will love it- lots of plain old “good girl art” as well. Written by Bill Black, drawn by Eric Coile, and inked by Mark Heike. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike , interiors are black and white with graytones. 40-page standard comic book format. Printed in1997.

One Response to "Femforce 101"

  1. Eric Johnson  October 29, 2011 at 2:12 am

    Issues 101 to 103 are together one of my favorite stretches of FemForce.

    The Yesterday Syndrome is a cool multi-issue story without getting too drawn out.

    And the backup 3-parter giantess-themed story is great light fun and a sexy romp. And great art by Eric Coile highlighting the appeal of the women in the story.

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