Big Blue, Vol. 1: Juggs of Justice

DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality
Looking at the comic book super-heroines of today, whether the mainstream heroic honeys or the hard-core hotties from the hentai, you'll notice one thing. Well . . . two things, specifically, their comically colossal cans, their preposterously pendulous pillows, their hilariously humungous hooters. Given how long it would take to pull those things into spandex, I often wonder how they find the time to patrol the city. Then I realized, no one ever made a story where the heroine's impossibly large breasts ARE her super-power. I pitched "a super-heroine who fights crime with her boobs" to Mariano Navarro and Hernán Cabrera and I heard them scream with joy despite the fact that we were corresponding via e-mail. In "Big Blue" extra-terrestrial Yaelin, the eponymous heroine, protects the planet from peril with her powerhouse pontoons. She'll face equally bizarre villains and maybe find romance with a human, all in her journey to foil a plan to destroy the Earth with breasts (you'll have to wait until the last issue to get the specifics on the malevolent machinations mustering mammaries). It's not just a bawdy book of bodacious boobs. It IS a bawdy book of bodacious boobs, but it's more than that. The strong female character, intricate storytelling and eye-popping artwork will appeal to a broad range of readers. Will you enjoy it? To quote the world's worst roulette player, "Always Bet on Blue!"

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