Guys, I have a confession to make. I have a love-hate relationship with giantess literature. Don’t get me wrong, I love the subculture, but I often find stories do not offer the compelling narrative of other genres. I know, its heresy, but I know I’m not alone in this belief. Too often fetish content abounds in place of plot, interesting characterization, and general believability. Yes, we are working in a speculative realm but even fantastical characters have to possess some truly human qualities right? I feel the same way about the superhero genre. Sure, everyone once and a while I like a good comic book or action-packed blockbuster teeming with attractive celebrities clad in ridiculous costumes but lets face it, the superhero genre has been stagnant for a long time. Unfortunately there’s not a lot you can do to twist its conventions without veering off into another realm altogether. Anyway, I’ve been playing around with this concept for a long time. I thought that maybe with a little effort I could rectify some of the points I take issue with in both forms of media. I know the giantess superheroine concept has been done before and it will be used a thousand times over but fuck it, I wanna give it a try.
Anyway, without further ado I present “Anomalous.” This story primarily follows Alden “Moth” Eakins, a cynical college student with a penchant for self-destructive behavior. As a member of the burgeoning new metahuman population Moth spends his evenings seeking thrills in the seedy underbelly of Baltimore and beyond. Eventually his compulsions put him in conflict with some truly twisted individuals. Along the way he meets Avin, another meta who may just possess the most powerful ability of all…
, Body Exploration
, Growing Woman
Growth: Mega (501 ft. to 5279 ft.)Shrink:
NoneSize Roles: F/mWarnings: Following story may contain inappropriate material for certain audiences
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