The 14th release from Epoch Art under ""The Dossier Series"" branding!
In the days of Samuel Talbish’s nascent contraband business, the once-decorated U.P.A. officer was eager to expand his fledgling racket. Prior to the construction of his covert base on Eylen, he and his daughter Polly would travel far and wide, delivering illicit goods to all manner of unsavory types, in an attempt to establish a reputable business and sizeable client-base.
While making a delivery to a new client, an alien slave-trader named Sha’ato, Polly discovers a crashed U.P.A. starship near Sha’ato’s outpost. The ship, a remnant of the protracted war against the alien race known as the Volochians, is now nothing more than a rusted husk; picked clean of every piece of useful tech and left to waste into oblivion.
The inquisitive Polly wanders through the desert landscape of the planet to have a closer look at the colossal wreck. As she approaches with her pet alien Jester, he suddenly leaps from her shoulders and chases a small rodent into the breached hull of the ship. Fearful for his safety, the young woman ventures inside where she soon finds him… in the hands of a very large green-skinned alien. This wretched creature, one of Sha’ato’s escaped slaves, has been living inside the ship for quite some time alone. And he seems very excited to have a female visitor.
This is the account of Polly’s accidental meeting with a strange aquatic alien in the recesses of a crashed starship.
What is “The Dossier Series“?
The Dossier Series is the label applied to image sets, which feature character and story tie-ins to the Epoch Art comics. These image sets are designed for those who are interested more in just simple porn images and less in story. These are not comics! Therefore, they will not contain all the same bonus features and expanded functionality of our DCV (Dynamic Comic Viewer) enabled comics. They will, however, still use the DCV software (bundled for free with every purchase) and contain some of those features.
- Featuring Polly and Jester from the Epoch Art comic fiction of Dark Rift.
- 62 total images (56 standard images, 3 alternate angle images, 2 first-person perspective images, and 1 x-ray image).
- The Epoch Art Dynamic Comic Viewer (included) is required to play this comic.
- Art Dimensions: 1920 x 1080 pixels
What is the Dynamic Comic Viewer?
The Epoch Art Dynamic Comic Viewer is a proprietary software application designed to revolutionize your comic viewing experience. No longer will your comics be the passive, lifeless 2D medium you've known. With the Dynamic Comic Viewer, you'll be able to experience erotic comics in a way never seen before!
Complete Features List:
- FREE with comic purchase (bundled in .zip)!
- PC and Mac versions
- No need for installers; software just runs at the click of a button
- Loads your comic archive files and retains them in a library format, allowing you to quickly scroll through your purchased comics and select the one you want to view
- Synopsis of the comic loads with the comic, and includes a list of available images in the set (including number of alternates, x-rays, first-person views, animations)
- Different bonus features available for every comic, including but not limited to: desktop wallpapers (in many different sizes), character bios/vital statistics, and 3D character turntables
- Sound effects/ambience/score (where appropriate – may not always be in every comic)
- Every frame presented in HD: 1280×720 pixels
- Software window has full screen option
- Ability to purge unwanted comics, individually or all at once
- Images can be sized down from their native resolution to fit on smaller screens or a smaller window
- Sized down images can be shifted around on an X and Y axis by simply grabbing the image with a left click and moving it
- Frame advance/reverse works with buttons or mouse scroll wheel
- Bookmark feature to save your page
- Handy toolbar at the bottom of the viewer to change your view or toggle special features such as animation, sound, fullscreen, etc.
- Toolbar is set to lock by default, but has an autohide feature