Updated on 16 October, 2021
Oh yeah, I'm back. Yes, the Unbirth Comic has been out for a few months now and I have joined in the fun. Looking at the stats I see that some of the readership is dropping off. But who cares right? I think it's more important to see what's new in the Unbirth Comic universe than look at the stats because I've only read a couple issues so far.
The newest Unbirth Comic, volume one, is really fun. It was written by Amygdala Jones and drawn by Carlos Ott. Issues are available from APR/DVD and cover A of the second story arc, "The Unbirth Chamber". These stories act as tie-ins to the first arc and if you've read the first, you'll know where they fit.
What I like about Unbirth Comic is that they take time to build up and payoff. Issues focus on the characters we come to love losing, especially Jenny. It's been done before with various series, but I'm not sure if I've ever seen it done so masterfully. I was very pleasantly surprised by the art.
It took me a while to get used to seeing Jenny in a bikini, so issue #1 was a pleasant surprise. Issues continue on this vein, though I was already starting to get used to seeing her in a skirt and blouse. Issue #2 is focused on labiaplasty, which is when a surgeon reshapes the labia to create something like a flower, something like a vulva. It gives her vulva a more appealing shape and is visually exciting for a comic book lover like myself. She gets her belly bulge temporarily removed with the procedure and is ecstatic.
The pain subsides after a few days. Issue #3 takes place between the two procedures. I've read online that Jenny's reaction to the operation is one of disappointment, since it seems to be something she could do without. Whatever the case, Issue #3 is fantastic. Jenny has a bit larger labia, the surgeon made her breasts a bit larger and the result is an incredibly attractive look. I don't want to give too much away, but it looks as if Jenny has finally found happiness with her body.
The moral here is that Jenny has had no other breast work done and the results are absolutely amazing. The Unbirth Comic has given her back such a transformed appearance that I would consider her to have had at least one extra breast, and definitely noticeable real results. It will take a while before we see full results, maybe a month or so. That's not bad by any stretch of the imagination, especially when you think about the amount of work put into making her the shape she is now.
She does say that her results are quite remarkable, even considering the fact that she only had three months of training. The results are certainly remarkable and quite impressive. If you're looking at the Unbirth Comic page, the honest truth is that Jenny has had some real bad experiences with the "training" process from the beginning. If you have some real problems with your breasts (real heavy ones) you may want to wait for the next month or two before joining up, though if you haven't had such problems in the past, then I'm sure she will be happy to welcome you to the program and see what happens.
With the page coming out early next year, I have to ask is Jenny a candidate? She says she is, and looking at the results she has seen so far, she has every confidence in her ability. The first month or so might be hard for her to deal with, but if she can handle it, then she will be giving herself a gift that many women won't have in a lifetime, and her advice on the Unbirth Comic might be well worth the wait. I think the truth lies somewhere in between.