Femtech Wars 3: Rise of the Fembots

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Femtech Wars 3 is the new 107 page comic from Wendy Thorne!

The former Inquisitor 1138, now known as Miranda, has nearly finished her training. She and Taylor and the others have a plan to finally destroy Femtech once and for all. Will they succeed? And what new things will they discover? Where will Miranda’s search for identity lead her? Read to find out!

1 review for Femtech Wars 3: Rise of the Fembots

  1. mxsallybend (verified owner)

    While we already know about the sex slavery of fembots and the empire’s forced feminization program, the revelation about the Taylor series of fembots is a shocking one. It adds another layer of family drama to a story that already has some interesting depth, and sets up two significant confrontations once Miranda and Taylor bring their war to the empire.

    As with the first two chapters, the Star Wars homage is clear here, making the story instantly familiar and yet new and original at the same time. Thorne plays with some of those familiar themes, but she changes them, subverts them, and comes at them from a different angle. She breathes different life in to her characters as well, making them her own.

    Visually, the comic is once again gorgeous to behold. Miranda looks exquisite, with her body having achieved full feminization, and her hair and facial features accentuating her new appearance. There are a few early close-ups of her face, and you can just get lost in her eyes and her lips. The sci-fi settings and backdrops are perfect, and the mix of genre-appropriate and sexually-enticing costumes are used to full effect. Lighting is used to wondrous effect here, casting shadows in the extended sex scene, bathing warriors in the harsh light of their laser swords, and being filtering through the rain in a scene that is cinematic.

    It definitely feels like this is a final chapter, at least for now, but there is a last panel that will make readers smile.

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