Fan favourite writer Mac Rome presents his unique take on a classic size-change fetish story with Maya & June, the comic that proves that sometimes what goes down must go up… WAY up!
Synopsis: Future mad scientist June uses her new computer reality interface to shrink her friend Maya. But Maya quickly realizes not only how to take over the program, but use it to grow to become the fantasy woman of handsome Markus. However, any new program has its glitches, and they give Maya and June a growing challenge.
Some of our readers have told us we rush through the “growing” stage of our giantess comics far too quickly, so for our latest series we’ve decided to dial it back a bit.
For fans of slow growth and mini-giantesses, we present to you America’s Next Tall Model!
Synopsis: Pria is a short slightly frumpy college coed who has always been a little jealous of her gorgeous best friend and roommate Christie. When a reality TV modeling show comes to audition on campus Christie is gets in line, looking every bit like a top contestant. Despondent, Pria skulks around campus and can’t believe her luck when she uncovers that test volunteers are wanted for trials of a new hormone therapy. Pria is at first amazed with the results but starts to push things too far by increasing her dosage. It’s not long before Christie uncovers what Pria is doing.
So there is some talk going on about a new site called the Giantess Club that will be selling comics just for giantess and growth fans. I read a few posts on the giantess city forums confirming it is a project with the makers of the Breast Expansion Story Club and Lorekeep of Process Productions, which means it is going to be hella awesome.
As of now there is only a preview tour but I contacted the site admins and they say it should be live within a week. I, for one, will be signing up for a subscription to the Giantess Club and peeping what they have to offer. From the tour it looks like it’ll feature a similar line up and format as the BE Story Club, full-color comics all about growth and giantesses. So far it looks very promising.