#Interview with Saline of Amazing Transformation Comics: Part One (#comics #femdom #sissy)

A little something extra special today, courtesy of Saline – co-founder, artist, and author at Amazing Transformation Comics. You have already seen some of her work with my reviews of Walt Wisconsin and Judgement Day Part One, Two, and Three.

I will have reviews of Part Four and Five later today but, in the meantime, Saline has stopped by for the first half of our interview . . . but an illustrated interview!

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♥ Thank you so much for taking the time to join us, Saline – we are so very delighted to have you! Can you give us a brief introduction?

♥ That is a very cool beginning with the DX Institute! Having played there, and published on sites like Lustomic, what drove you and Wendy to set up Amazing Transformation Comics?

♥ Ah, a true mentor . . . or, better yet, Mistress! Your own work is known for its sci-fi and fantasy themes, often with a superhero element, but you also do some contemporary crossdressing stories. What drives your creative process, pushing you towards one genre or another?

♥ “What if?” is such a powerful question! More than just about anybody on the site, you tend to work with multi-part story arcs, with Judgement Day being your longest. Do you sketch our an arc before writing, or do the stories just sort of grow into the next?

♥ Okay, sorry for needing to walk away for a moment. I found myself becoming very hot, very flushed. I cannot imagine why! In terms of themes of fetishes, you play with crossdressing, femdom, BDSM, shemales, and sissies. If it’s not too personal of a question, where does lifestyle experience end and vicarious fantasy begin within your own comics?

♥ Okay, I totally think my spouse and I need to attend one of those parties . . . maybe even spend the weekend! This is starting to feel like a loaded question, but I still have to ask – is there a personal fetish or a fantasy that you have yet to explore in your work? Somewhere, maybe, you fear to go, or let others see you go?


♥ Ah, yes, the censorship of the payment providers – I had no idea it hit the comics industry as hard as the e-book industry, but it makes total sense. Then again, I suspect you could make any taboo attractive, so maybe they are providing a public service! LOL


To be continued . . .

Originally posted at Bending the Bookshelf