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Bronze Skin Inc. is a webcomic of humor non sense, about the routine of a company of the same name. When suddenly around the world several women grow to a gigantic size, they immediately become a danger to people of normal size. In the city of Rio de Janeiro, a company makes a truce with them by offering the best tan possible, this is Bronze Skin .Inc.

The plot begins 3 years later, accompanying our two protagonists, newcomers Dante and Julia, discovering the adventures that this company provides them, as well as evident Fanservice.This is the first work of the Brazilian author Pedro Barreto, started in July 2019, and every first day of the month, a new chapter is available, being currently in chapter 14 (or the fifteenth chapter, including the pilot).Tapas and ComicFury.


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Bronze Skin .Inc contains examples of:

  • Abusive Parents: Raymond Marvires treats his son Otto with a lot of ignorance.
  • Accidental Pervert: In many fanservice scenes, Dante fears being identified this way!
  • The Adjectival Man: Parodied in chapter 4 when Raymond becomes a supervillain who sprays lemon juice on women to ruin their tans. He alternately calls himself Lemonade Man and Lemon Juice Man; when called out on the inconsistency, he claims he would never call himself the other name because it's lame.
  • Amazon Chaser: Julia easily falls in love with many giantesses, and Dante to a lesser extent, who is in love with one of the giantesses.
  • Animal Nemesis: From the anger that Supervisor Vanessa shows when she discovered coatis thefts, it seems that she treats them that way in her mind.
  • Ass Shove: Dante and Julia accidentally fall in between Dandara's butt cheeks. Luckily, she was wearing a thong.
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  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: For unknown reasons, women all over the world, including twelve in Rio de Janeiro, have grown to immense size.
  • Badass Adorable: Coatis that steal the team's water can be very effective at attacking employees, and are really cute.
  • Bald of Evil: Raymond Marvires is the recurring antagonist of the series, and has a bald head.
  • Bare Your Midriff: If in Rio de Janeiro, where it is very common for girls to adopt this style, all female characters pass through this trope.
  • Berserk Button: Coatis discover that Patricia hates being tickled in the worst possible way.
  • Bee Afraid: In Chapter 8, Raymond lets loose a swarm of bees to get the Bronze Skin team.
  • Black Bead Eyes: Many characters fit this trope, in the main cast we have Willian and Mike.
  • Brawn Hilda: Vanessa is extremely tall and so over muscled she could put most bodybuilders to shame.
  • Brick Joke: Early in Chapter 7, the Marvires are sent flying by the Saci and disappear into A Twinkle in the Sky, only falling back down near the end.
  • Butt Sticker: Messy Miles in Chapter Five after Charlotte sits on him.
  • Cassandra Truth: Julia won't believe Dante when he says the superhero Titan Tits is the giantess Helena, despite both being giantesses with blue hair. Julia thinks Titan Tits is a regular woman with growing powers.
  • Clark Kenting: The giantess Helena is the only giantess with blue hair. The giantess superheroine Titan Tits also has blue hair. Yet somehow Dante is the only one to put the two and two together.
  • Colossus Climb: Pretty much a necessity for the workers at Bronze Skin.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Patricia thinks the Kraken is adorable. While others see a gross giant squid, to her it looks like something out of Hello Kitty.
  • Dancing Is Serious Business: When Dandara listens to the legendary playlist, she can't resist the impulse of the dance, putting Julia and Dante in danger.
  • Dangerous Workplace: Workers at Bronze Skin have to be willing to be in danger every day.
  • The Dreaded: Of all the giantesses, Marjorie is the most feared, considered cruel by most people, including other giantesses. She's seen as even worse than Charlotte. Dante had a crush on her since school, way before she became giant, and she was just as cruel to him back then.
  • Distant Prologue: The pilot chapter home pages show the moment when women became giants three years before the current plot.
  • Eaten Alive: This is the fate of Messy Miles. After spending most of chapter 5 trying to trespass on Bronze Skin Inc property in order to pester the giantess Charlotte, she plucks him off of her buttock and devours him.
  • Flying on a Cloud: Babu, in chapter 3.
  • Fungus Humongous: Appear in chapter 11
  • Giant Foot of Stomping:
    • The plot on Chapter 6 begins when the giantess Brenda accidentally steps on the King of Sand's latest creation, and he swears revenge.
    • In the end of Chapter 7, Jessica gets even with the Marvires by stepping on them.
  • Giant Woman: The whole plot is based around the existence of these.
  • Girl-on-Girl Is Hot: In chapter 3, Dante has to keep from getting aroused at work or he'll be fired. Unfortunately, the customers that day are two giantesses who won't stop making out with each other.
  • Gentle Giant: Some giantesses fall in this trope, but not all! In fact, the giantess Charlotte is apparently known to often eat people alive when the mood strikes her.
    • Really, most of the giantesses fall under this, with the only ones to avert it so far being Charlotte and Marjorie.
  • Getting Eaten Is Harmless: Subverted in chapter 5. After Charlotte eats him, we see Messy Miles at the end of the chapter inside her stomach, still very much alive. However, right as he starts talking about what his next prank could be, she starts to digest him.
  • Gonk: In addition to a disproportionate chin, Otto has a huge hump that doesn't fit his body, giving him the ugliest appearance of the characters. Not that the rest of his family are lookers either.
  • Good Angel, Bad Angel: Both Julia and Dante occasionally have their ids and superegos come out of the top of their heads to argue.
  • Heart Beats out of Chest: Murilo, the giantess Rita`s boyfriend, demonstrates this trope when scared by the ghost captain.
  • Here We Go Again!: Just as the coatis are dealt with, the water is stolen again, this time by saguis, who are said to fill in the niche vacated by the coatis.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard:
    • Raymond summons a Saci to make trouble for Bronze Skin; he and his sons wind up being his first victims.
    • The bees Raymond sent after the crew end up returning to attack him, twice.
  • Horny Vikings: They are apparently still around after a thousand years, hunting the Kraken. When they see the giantess Brenda, they think Ragnarok is upon them and start attacking her. They even have a berserker.
  • I'm a Humanitarian:
    • In the prologue, a giantess tries to eat the shareholders of Bronze Skin Inc, but she spares them when they promise to provide tanning services to giantesses.
    • Later, this same giantess (Charlotte) eats famous Internet prankster Messy Miles after she gets tired of his antics.
  • Intangibility: The ghost captain who haunts Rita can easily cross her body.
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  • Kraken: One appears in Chapter 13. Patricia wants to keep it as a pet.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: The members of the Super League, a superhero team introduced on Chapter 12, have the standard superpowers and origin stories... except for the last member, Ultra Playboy, a millionaire's son who decided one day that fighting crime in a superpowered armored suit would be dope.
  • Liminal Time: Julia touched the anchor where the ghost captain is trapped in the middle of the day, but he only wakes up at sunset, implying that he can only appear at night.
  • Marshmallow Hell: All employees go through it eventually. Usually because they wind up falling into a giantess' cleavage.
  • Minorly Mentioned Myths and Monsters:
    • Chapter 7 features a saci, a trickster entity in Brazilian folklore.
    • Chapter 11 shows Boitata, a giant snake in flames of Brazilian folklore.
  • Ms. Fanservice: All the giantesses are included in this trope.
  • One-Word Title: The chapters are named like that!
  • Out of Focus: Chapter 12 opens on the Bronze Skin crew still repairing the damage from the previous chapter, so Babu redirects the reader to a restaurant in the city, where the rest of the story focuses on Titan Tits fighting a robot.
  • Palatial Sandcastle: The Sand King in Chapter 6 has built a giant sand castle and is about to unveil it when a giantess accidentally steps on it. As revenge, he builds another one around her, trapping the Bronze Skin team inside it as well.
  • The Prankster: Chapter 7 features a Saci, a trickster character from Brazilian folklore. He is summoned by Raymond to mess with the Bronze Skin crew, and rewards him and his sons by sending them flying into the sky before then playing pranks on Bronze Skin.
  • Proscenium Reveal: The pilot episode begins with a flashback of how the company made a deal with the giantesses three years earlier. This is revealed to be a video shown to new employees.
  • Raging Stiffie: Dante keeps telling himself "Don't get a boner" while working. In Chapter Three, his boss threatens to fire him if he gets another erection at work.
  • Sand Blaster: The Sand King in Chapter 6 is able to manipulate sand to make castles and even sand golems.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The ghost captain was sealed at Rita's anchor until Julia released him.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: Coatis and saguis appear in the first chapter.
  • Sequel Hook: Chapter 6 ends with a mysterious masked figure talking about how "the new eon is coming."
  • Sirens Are Mermaids: Chapter 8 features two mermaids who lure men with their singing so they can eat them. When the giantess Marjorie spoils their latest meal, they turn their attention to Dante, Willian and Julia.
  • Superhero Episode: In chapter 4, One of the giantesses and one of the employees has a superhero identity, in addition to the Marvires having a super villain identity.
  • Swallowed Whole:
    • Internet prankster Messy Miles gets eaten by the giantess Charlotte in Chapter Five. At the end of the chapter, he is seen still alive inside her digestive track. Then she starts to digest him.
    • In Chapter 9, Dante is about to be eaten by mermaids when Marjorie swallows them, keeping Dante inside her mouth while the mermaids go down her throat.
  • Terrible Trio: The Marvires family fit this trope perfectly.
  • The Trickster: The Saci that appears in one chapter is one. He takes after Looney Tunes characters both in his design and his Reality Warper abilities taking the form of Cartoon Physics.
  • Troll: Messy Miles has entire web series dedicated to being this, and in chapter 5 his prank involves breaking into Bronze Skin Inc and pestering one of the giantess customers. it doesn't end well for him.
  • Walking Swimsuit Scene: Since the setting is a beach in Rio de Janeiro, and they are there to work on their tan, it almost goes without saying that the giantesses are always walking around in little more than bikinis.
  • What Have I Done: Patricia after she angrily tosses the coatis into the horizon. Fortunately, they landed safely.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Helena a.k.a. the superheroine Titan Tits has blue hair. It's a major hint for Dante that they are the same person, though nobody believes him.
  • You Have to Believe Me!: Poor Joe gets blamed for the mischief caused by the Saci in Chapter 7. Vanessa thinks he's just making things up, but Dante believes him and tries to help him find the Saci.
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