Fem Trek

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$13.00

Sold By: Wendy Thorne

Description

Fem Trek is the new 102 page full color comic by Wendy Thorne.

In the comic, Captain Max Ford breaks his word to an alien woman he talked into having sex with him. When her eyes glow pink and that glow envelops his body he discovers to his horror that he is becoming a woman! In the future he lives in Femtech has made it illegal for women to hold any positions of power and so he’ll go from being the Captain, to being the Captain’s girl unless he can find a way to reverse his changes!

3 reviews for Fem Trek

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I found then comic quite rather good

    May be the transformation a little bit too fast has led the way
    They should consider sometimes, therefore, also a lot of heart blood onto the thing with flowed in
    tries to provide sometimes such a comic this is not light really!!

    The Render quality were splendidly the history also liked me rather well!! (tastes have passed away I best likes if it nasty brainwashing gives (identity loss (brainwash) and the course becomes fully bad-like)

    a new comic comes certainly!! wendy has a big talent is to be able to buy gladly such a comic!!!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I get so excited when I see a new Wendy Thorne comic up for sale. I’ve never been disappointed. I love the sci-fi setting of this story. The locations all looked fantastic. The characters, even better. The transformation was quicker than Wendy usually does but I still dug it. The sex scene as Max is in mid-transformation was great. But then again, I’m a sucker for sex scenes and this comic had plenty. This story had all the aspects I love seeing in a Wendy Thorne comic, or any comic here for that matter. Fun, sexy and sexy. There can never be too much sexy. I’m really hoping we get to see Fem Trek: The Next Generation.

  3. Rated 3 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Firstly I liked the story, and in most cases the rendering was good. The concept of the story is great, and add on to the fact that it is in the same universe as “Feminized by Femtech” it will be interesting to see how it all works together (hopeful). Of course, I am also hoping for a second part to “Feminized by Femtech” also.

    So based on that, and because it is a good story, I have given 4 stars on a good story. However, I pulled back a star because of a major flaw in my opinion is that it is stated to be slow transformation, but the transformation is pretty much over with in two panels (very quick physical transformation) and has no real detail to it. Not what I expected from you, or expected for the “slow transformation” tag. So massive disappointed there.

    Sorry to say however I did feel a lack of attention, and a rushed feeling to this comic when it came to the text placement, bubble placement, and even simple things like centering of text within the bubble. To be honest Wendy, this is something that has been showing in a lot of your comics (and I have bought a lot of them) where your story, and your renders are let down by attention to your comic text, bubble placement, and text positioning. Which in my opinion is a pity.

    I hope in future comics things like above are paid more attention to, because to be honest I am feeling less and less interested in spending money on comics which don’t feel they have been edited before being published (and charged for it). Especially when high quality editing is done at other sites.

    If you wish more detail, maybe a “editing” of this comic to show what I mean, please feel free to contact me.

    • You’re the second person to mention the transformation. It was faster than my usual and it happened because I experimented with a new way of doing the transformations which unfortunately kind of painted me into a corner. My new comic which I’m working on is back to my usual style of transformations and if anything this one is happening slower than my usual ones I think. We’ll see how that one turns out.

      I’ll contact you on the text and bubble placement. I’m curious what you mean. I use a program called Comic Life 3 which doesn’t give me a ton of options as for how things are placed within the bubbles. I resize them so that words aren’t broken up and such but that’s about all I can do on that front. As for bubble placement, I try to place them so A) It’s clear who is speaking B) The conversation flows to the reader’s eye and C) They don’t cover anything important in the render.

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