Name: Japanese Giantess
Several scenes from japan-made
videos about giantesses stepping
on cars and people ...
Size: 24.6 mb
Runtime: 10 min
Nüwa, the mother, the sister, the repairer,
emperor, wife and creator - all in all one
fine Goddess. She is praised in many songs
and stories from far back in the Han Dynasty
- the second imperial dynasty of China.
The Repairer - this is her earliest role - the up-
keep and maintenance of the Wall of Heaven.
This was a pretty serious job because if the
wall collapsed all would be annihilated.
The Goddess - the Miao, considered one of
the first people to settle in China revere
Nüwa as the divine goddess.
The Creator - She was all that existed, she
was lonely and began to create animals and
on the seventh day she created man by
moulding yellow clay.
This is only a small part of what Nüwa achiev-
ed but she never boasted or expected acclaim
even when transporting ghosts to heaven or
killing the black dragon or stopping the flood
or melting the 5 coloured rocks.
What a wonderful Goddess.
In Chinese language.
Size: 54.7 mb
Runtime: 21.40 min
Author: Katsuhisa Kigitsu
Franken Fran (Furanken Furan) is a manga from Katsuhisa Kigitsu. It started appearing in Akita Shoten's Champion Red magazine in September 2006 and it is ongoing. It is a comedy horror starring Fran–a patched up synthetic beauty with an expertise in anatomical remodeling technologies, which she employs in the service of various people.
Chapter 34: The Kannon
A group of fishermen find a giant dead girl washed up on the shore. She seemingly died from exhaustion in the sea. A man who owns the stretch of shore claims ownership of the corpse, and plans to make a fortune out of her. Fran concludes that she is a similar creature to the girl in Chapter 17 "Sea Monster", only less whale-like, and therefore an early experiment. She revives the girl through an artificial heart transplant. As the girl rises, Fran notes that the girl has love-bites on her neck and was likely popular among her kind. Her kind come for her and she drifts off into the sea, ironically, much to the man's misfortune.
(in English language)
The Mercenary #10