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NEWEST RELEASE! — March 26, 2021
grOw/cinema 2: grOwing to a Crescendo
An exciting, new series drawn in the style of a big-screen movie.

grOw/cinema 2

Episode I: "Overture"

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grOw/cinema 16Harmon has a special ability — the power to change the size of body parts, either his or someone he touches. One day, he meets someone who helps him expand his powers. This leads to lots of expansion fun. But intrigue and danger are hiding in the shadows.


Breast Expansion (big, huge)
Penis expansion (big, super porn star)
Pussy expansion (big)
Ass expansion (big to Kardashian+)
Height increase (some)
Sex with Huge Penis (BJ, coitus)
Strong sexual situations (MF, MFF)


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Part 1 of a limited series.

75 pages, 69 image frames, plus cover poster and supportive pages.
Released March 26, 2021.


What is "grOw/cinema"?

frame samplegrOw/cinema is the name of this new format of illustrated story. Unlike a cOmic, which has multiple, variously-sized panels per page, cinema 2 has one widescreen-movie-ratio panel (1.85 to 1) on each page. cinema is NOT animated or video, but a new comic type of format — the focus of each page is on the single image, giving it a blockbuster movie feel. All the narration, dialogue and thought text is moved to the "letterbox" area of the page so as to not cover the imagery. So grab some popcorn and get ready for the on-going adventures of grOw/cinema!


I have also been mulling over coming up with a better way to design an illustrated story/comic for an onscreen presentation. In fact, I experimented with this idea in the beginning of the grOw/cOmic#5 series. In issue#1, the story begins with widescreen images, representing a movie that was being shown to the main characters. Each frame was in the standard 2.35:1 ratio of a Hollywood blockbuster, and not the varying sizes of overlapping panels that constitute your average comic. Furthermore, if you look in the Appendix of this particular issue, you will see that I also separated the text from the image by placing it outside the frame and showed 1 frame per page.