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Big Uns : Giant Women on the Rampage 1

Big Uns : Giant Women on the Rampage 1

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ONLY A PRECIOUS FEW COPIES LEFT OF THIS GROUNDBREAKING GTS ANTHOLOGY!!Color painted cover by Brad Gorby- 40+ pages, black ans white, 7″ X 81/4″ This book was created to satisfy the snowballing fascination with giant-sized women, and we’ve got ‘em wall-to-wall with 5- COUNT ‘EM-5 super-economy sized females-each one bigger and more beautiful than the one before!! You’ll see “Ty-raa”, the big, bountiful blonde freedom fighter from Earth’s antideluvian past- “Threeta”‘, three lovely young women who combine atoms to create one enormous, super-powered bombshell; “Ali Bastur And Her 40 Feet”‘a wish turned askew transforms an escaping thief into the bodacious, 40-foot djinn, Shakirbuuti; “Miscalculation”, which features a glamorous lady astronaut who grows into a gargantuan star when an experimental spaceflight goes wrong; and “Queen Drusilla”- an other-dimensional villainess comes to the Earth plain only to find her stature has grown tenfold. Stories and art by AC favorites Brad Gorby, Stephanie Sanderson, Mark Heike, Eric Coile and Tony Manginelli. Now in it’s Second Edition! With four extra pages with new pinups by Mark Heike and Stephanie Sanderson Heike!

One Response to "Big Uns : Giant Women on the Rampage 1"

  1. Eric Johnson  October 27, 2011 at 4:11 pm

    An absolute must for AC giantess fans.

    Threeta – a solid superheroine themed giantess story.

    Ali Bastur and her Forty Feet – Brad Gorby shows off his artistic flexibility with a cartoony style with fits the comic nature of the concept.

    Miscalculation – Stephanie Sanderson hits a home run with this one. Sharp art and lots of great size comparison. And has the feel of a classic comic era sci-fi short. To me, one of the best “one shot” giantess story AC has ever done, if not the best.

    Queen Drusilla – A great sci-fi concept for an evil giantess by Mark Heike. And some very nice art by Eric Coile sells it.

    And can’t overlook the gorgeous painted cover by Gorby and some great pin-ups (one of which, I’m happy to say, was originally from an idea by me).

    The one downside to Big Uns #1 is that every story is an “intro” story, so sometimes needed several pages to get to the action and /or giantess scenes. But since Queen Drusilla, Ali Bastur, and Threeta all had future stories, it was good the foundation was laid in these “origin” stories.

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