Another smash issue with all new, never-before-seen stories from cover
to cover!! Starting with an all-out action tale wherin MS. VICTORY
must take on not one, not two, but three supervillainesses (Valkyra,
Alexandria the Greatest & Prom Queen) in "What You Can't
See Can Kill You"!! Written by Paul Monsky, with art by Ed Coutts.
NIGHTVEIL must stop a homicidal psychotic killer in an untitled story
written by Enrico Teodorani, with art by new sensation Ken Hunt.
Next, MS. VICTORY is back for a return engagement when she must face
off against a sorceress who is evil incarnate in "One
Against Evil", written by Teodorani, with art by Antonio Conversano.
For the other half of the book- Gargantarama- The Comic Book is back!!
Just turn the book over, flip to the opposite cover (which features
Ms. Victory being pursued by a gigantic outer-space vampiress), and
check out this 3rd wild issue of GTCB!!
A new giantess comes onto
the scene in "Carry A Big Torch", a giant-woman heroine
with a new twist. Created, written and drawn by Chad Halcom, with
ink finishes by Jeff Austin, we're sure she's going to be a big hit-
SO sure that a sequel story is already being prepared for next issue!!
Then, another GTS premiere, as the team of Enrico Teodorani and Antonio
Conversano introduce an urban giantess crimefighter, La Vedoya.
Femforce star "Too Tall TARA" takes center stage in "Natural
Habitat", as corporate hitmen leave her for dead in an overgrown
wilderness, but the big, bold and bombastic jungle brunette tracks
down her assailants and brings them to justice in a BIG way in the
end!! Written by Steve Orlando, with art by Larry Guidry and Mark
All this plus pinups by Heike- one, an Old West gunfightin'
giantess- and the other, Big 'Uns star Queen Drusilla!!
but AC Comics gives you TWO great comic books for the price of one?!?
44 big pages, black & white with color covers, standard comic
book size & format, saddle stitched. Femforce #139 and Gargantarama
#3 are actually all one book, produced in a flip-book format, with
the Femforce #139 cover on one side, and Gargantarama #3 on the other.
Produced in 2007.