September 2, 2011
All the divergent plotlines touched on over the last 15 issues come to a head as a group of super-powered antagonists (including a member of the FF gone bad) under the control of a power-mad alien threat from decades past have lured The FEMFORCE to a secluded spot for a final showdown. This issue’s lead story is the first half of writer Chris Irving’s opus, “Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself”. See the FF (with General Roberta Strock in tow) in pitched battle in a prehistoric jungle!! See Nightveil lose her mystical abilities, and returned to the non-powered status of The BLUE BULLETEER!! See MS. VICTORY meet a shocking new “family member”!! See SHE-CAT fight with the bad guys!! Witness the supreme villainy the twisted demi-god, STARDUST THE SUPER-WIZARD!! Guest- starring MR. MOD and The SCARAB. Scripted by Chris Irving, with art by Larry Guidry, Guillermo Sanna, Jeff Austin and Rob Landsley. Then, the art team of Guidry and Austin returns on an Enrico Teodorani- written back-up set in the early days of World War II. Founding FFer RIO RITA fights Fascism on her own while undercover in a tiny Mexican town in “Dark Angel”. But that’s not all, because when you flip the book over, the back half of FF #140 brings you the 4th big issue of GARGANTARAMA-THE COMIC BOOK!! More fun and frivolity starring the giant-sized ladies; this issue with a strong FEMFORCE slant, as the MS. VICTORY, SHE-CAT and NIGHTVEIL must try to deal with an insidious plot by the villainous DARKFIRE as she attempts to manipulate the economy-sized GARAGANTA herself for evil purposes in “Bedtime For Garganta”. Written by Bill Black, with 3D digital art by cover artist Uroboros. Guest-starring CAPTAIN FREEDOM .Then, a weight-reducing formula called No Biggie goes haywire with surprising GTS ramifications in “Side Effects May Vary”, written and drawn by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, with inks by Mark Heike, and finally a sequel to last issues’ classic “Carry A Big Torch”, as Dr. Henry Lewis and the oversized Betty Blake are back; chased by the military, but ready to fight back, ’till the FF steps in!! Check out the GTS catfight between Betty and The FEMFORCE’ S own giant girl, “TOO TALL” TARA!! Story and art by Chad Halcom, with inks by Mark Heike. Another great 44 pages of all-new, never-before seen material between both halves of this smashing double-feature of action and “good girl art” fun. Full color covers with black & white interiors, standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2007.