Cathy Nogrow Two January 17, 2020

Cathy’s old pal Grace is now one of the biggest girls in school!

40 pages, B&W, US$ 11.99
Age Progression, Age Regression
Artwork by Bojay

The conclusion of this classic Age Progression comic, as little Cathy graduates to a senior in high school –but still looks like a first grader!

Story Summary: Cathy feels like she’s in the Land of the Giants as she enters twelfth grade –even little Grace has turned into a bombshell! But Cathy becomes the life of the party as she challenges sexy Marcie to a dance contest. And there’s spanking!

“Cathy Nogrow Part Two” has 38 multi-panel black and white story pages, plus another 2 pages of very detailed concept art and sketches. This is the second of two parts.

Sample illustrations

US$ 11.99


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Artist’s Edition for US$ 13.99
This Artist’s Edition  includes an additional 38 pages of original drawings without the dialogue balloons, so you can see the amazing detail of the original art.


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9 thoughts on “Cathy Nogrow Two

      1. k

        i have a feeling they’re trying to bury it i hope this isn the case and i hope they bring it back the last yard work was amazing so can you please release some more chapters of yard work? and the people obviously want it more over other stories

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  1. Erich Seidorf

    This story is supposed to feature Age Progression and Age Regression. Other than the girls aging normally, I haven’t seen any Age Progression. Cathy dressed her peers as babies in the first chapter- was that supposed to be Age Regression? Where is this going? Is someone going to be regressed or “baby-fied?”

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    1. Erich Seidorf

      I think my comment was misunderstood. This story was ADVERTISED as: 40 pages, B&W, US$ 11.99
      Age Progression, Age Regression Artwork by Bojay

      If you BUY something because you’re specifically looking for AGE REGRESSION, and then once you buy it, there is NO AGE REGRESSION, isn’t that kind of false advertising? Also, calling it “Age Regression Style…” WTF is that??? If it was originally advertised as “Age Regression Style,” I never would have bought it!

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