Femtech Wars 2: Femtech Strikes Back by Wendy Thorne (fembot scifi)

For this week’s illustrated delight, I am delighted to have the opportunity to feature some more exciting titles (and artists) from Amazing Transformation Comics.

Wendy Thorne, one of the co-founders of the site, graces us once again this morning, sharing her latest bestseller, Femtech Wars Episode 1: A New Woman 

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Something new and definitely a little different, Femtech Wars Episode 1: A New Woman introduced the story of a man, a female android (or fembot), and a organized resistance against the Femtech empire. Having teased us with promises of gender transformation in the final pages, Wendy Thorne picks things up right where she left them with Femtech Wars 2: Femtech Strikes Back.

As this second chapter opens, we see a softer, more slender Inquisitor 1138 facing off against a small army of fembots with Taylor 8 at his side – and having a hard time of it. His body is changing, masculine muscle mass giving way to feminine curves, and as he discovers when they meet up with another Inquisitor, he has already changed beyond recognition. These opening scenes are a ton of fun, evoking a classic Star Wars feel in the battles, a Blade Runner look to the neon surroundings, and something of a Star Trek vibe to their escape.

Perhaps my favorite scene in this volume, however, is the one that follows . . . where we see Taylor 8 tell the whole story of what happened to her in the first volume. Visually, it is a fantastic scene, with the flashbacks illustrated with a darkened sort of tunnel vision, and in terms of narrative, it adds a whole new dimension with talk of android memories and souls.

By about the halfway point of this chapter, Inquisitor 1138 is looking feminine enough to take on the name Miranda, and it happened so subtly, you really need to flip back through the pages to catch all the tweaks and adjustments to his/her appearance. It is really well done, and the application of a little makeup is more than enough to warrant an erotic proposition from a rogue ship’s captain. What is really interesting, though, is how Miranda evolves intellectual and emotionally, becoming aware of what it means to be a woman under Femtech authority, and deliberately choosing to cast aside her life as an Inquisitor and begin making decisions for herself.

There are more surprises in store, of course, more secrets to be revealed, but I will say no more for fear of Fembot reprisals. I will tease that the final scenes introduce yet another thematic change, with a setting and backgrounds readers likely are not expecting, but which fit the story. Also, for those of you salivating over Miranda’s new curves, she does get two very erotic encounters, to explicit opportunities to discover herself, and they are glorious!

Wendy Thorne, also known as WendyTheRed, has been creative ever since she was a child. As she got older that creative side expressed itself in writing and drawing but it wasn’t until she started doing 3D renders that her creativity truly flourished. Wendy’s comics tend to focus on total transformations that are generally accomplished through science fiction and fantasy means. She will also have elements of BDSM and mind control in her comics as well.

https://www.patreon.com/wendythered
https://wendy-the-red.deviantart.com/

Originally posted at Bending the Bookshelf