Updated on 16 October, 2021
Giantess Comic is a comic book series created by Rebekah Isaacs. It is written by Isaacs and drawn by Renee Roulette. The story revolves around a young girl named Rose. She was orphaned as a child and was adopted by foster parents. When her biological parents died, Rose was forced to leave with her foster brother but soon she left again, this time heading to Los Angeles. There she became a recluse and spent most of her life trying to forget her past.
Giantess Comic was supposed to be released in 2021 but it never was. Why was the book abandoned? Why doesn't anyone seem to remember her? Why did her comic just disappear without a trace? Well here are some answers for you.
Firstly, there are many reasons why this book could have faded. Firstly, the initial printing was not very good. Some people complained about the print quality and the colors being way too close to each other. Other readers were disappointed with the story line and felt the characters were not developed enough. There might have been legal issues as well with the trademark of the characters used without permission.
Secondly, the lack of advertising could have been a problem. The company who produced the comic did not advertise or promote themselves too much so there wasn't much exposure for them. So they did not bother to market their product like they would have done if they had the proper means of getting readers to come in and buy.
Thirdly, the plot of the Giantess Comic was not very original. There were similar comic book storylines out there before that came out and none of them were nearly as successful. The Giantess comic was just another failure trying to cash in on the success of other books. It didn't even try to do what other comic books had done.
Fourthly, the art style of the Giantess Comic was very poor. The pencils and inks looked far from decent and they didn't look anywhere near as good as what you would expect. It didn't help that the artist that created the comic did not know any drawing or art at all. He only knew how to write.
Fifthly, there was no story. No actual plot to follow. Just a generic story line that made no sense. If they thought anybody would care about the story they probably would have hired a real author and not a comic writer. Sixth, the giantess that was a part of the Giantess Comic was one looking to steal the spotlight from a more competent superhero. Nobody got that point.
Seventh, the Giantess Comic is not going to be available again. There was talk of a revival but it never came to fruition. Nobody is interested in reading a comic book with no story to follow. Nobody wants to buy a book that doesn't have anything to do with what they are already reading. If someone wants a book they should buy it. If they want a different genre they should read a different genre.
The worst part is, there was another series which followed the same story line, "Giants Among Us." Although it was better than the previous endeavor it still failed to capture the interest of readers. Who was supposed to blame? Why weren't people excited about it?
I have heard it said that the problem is the writing. Many critics point to poor writing as the reason for why people are not buying the comic books. Others point to poor artwork. Either way, it seems that there is some confusion in whether the artist of the book was trying to do his or her best or not. In some cases the artist was not very good and the story was not very creative. In other cases the artist was great and the story was very creative.
That brings me to the final reason why the Giantess Comic failed. Marketing and advertising was terrible. Nobody was marketing the book because nobody was selling the book. When the dust settles no one will remember why or how the book sold so poorly. All that matters are the sales. It seems that all comic books failed this test because no one was marketing them.
So if you are a Giantess fan or have never been a fan then maybe you should give "The Giantesses Comic" a read. It's a great book filled with Giantess stories that are interesting and creative. If you like fantasy stories that have a little bit of fantasy to them, then you will enjoy "The Giantesses Comic."