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Release Jul/16/2013
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When aliens and superbeings invade Earth
justice fights back in the form of giant housewife
heroine... Ultra Madam.

For fans of the giant woman genre (mainly battle; downfall to cum in future episodes).

30 color pages

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I've been a fan of the artist's work for a long time, and the next entry to the series does not disappoint. As always, the art style and progression of the story is undoubtedly charming and light-hearted. Yet, there is an ever-present sense of sophisticated eroticism that shows through the character's expressions and body language.

Personally, I felt that the storyline begs for more elaboration and detail on the heroine's personal life outside of combat, but that is a minor snag. Also, the R18 contents of this series has not been overtly explicit. This may not appeal to some audiences that look for non-stop hardcore scenes, but I think that it is precisely this milder titillating tone that made the series stand out to me.

That being said, this piece is one of my favourites. It is a treat for any fan of heroine in peril and/or rubenesque women. I will look forward to the next entry.

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