Breast Expansion in Offline Fiction
This page will list occurrences of BE in books, movies, television, or any other offline medium.
Attack Of The Sixty Foot Centerfold (1995). Although more giantess orientated, the protagonist takes a growth potion that results in a short BE scene.
The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968). Actually inflatable bras, but looks good nonetheless. During a fashion show where all the models are wearing inflatable bras, sabotage makes the bras inflate so much that the women are lifted off the floor.
Bruce Almighty (2003). After Bruce gains omnipotence,his girlfriend comments that her breasts are larger - this was originally going to be more of a running joke but it was decided that it made Bruce too shallow a character.
Critters 2: The Main Course (1988). One of the bounty hunter's is trying to take on a human appearance. Seeing a centrefold, he transforms into it - breasts escaping his uniform.
A Dirty Shame (2004). Ursula Udders - one of the "perverts", with enormous implants - has her bust fluctuate back in forth in size toward the end of the film due to being hit on the head.
Dude, Where's My Car? (2000). At the end of the film, the heroes are rewarded when their girlfriends are given necklaces that enlarge their breasts.
Faust: Love Of The Damned (2001). One of the characters is subject to modest BE, her breasts grow larger and she's incapacitated.
Flesh Gordon 2 (1989). An initial scene has a woman's breasts rapidly grow to enormous size before being popped.
Jacqueline Hyde (2005). Jackie Hyde finds a formula that initially lets her control the size of her breasts but later, simply becomes the more beautiful and attractive Jacqueline Hyde.
Jane Austen's Mafia! (1998). When the main character arrives in America his friend wishes on a star, and her breasts grow.
Jekyll and Hyde, Together Again (1982). A plastic surgeon hooks a woman up to a hose which inflates her breasts; while he's not paying attention, her breasts inflate to a huge size in the background.
Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988). The protagonists fall into a pit of plastic balls. On the edge of the pit sit two female alien clowns whose breasts inflate.
Leprechaun 3 (1995). In one scene the Leprechaun inflates a woman's breasts, hips, and lips until she explodes.
Kung Fu Hustle (2005). During a fight in a bar, the female bar owner uses a move that temporarily causes her breasts to inflate.
Picking up the Pieces (2000). Co-starred Woody Allen. When a magical severed hand comes to a Mexican village, a teenage girl wishes for larger breasts and gets them.
Pluto Nash (2002). Pluto Nash and his female companion visit a plastic surgeon where a mirror demonstrates alternate forms, at Pluto insistence the curvaceousness of the woman is increased.
Private Parts (1997). The adaptation of Howard Stern's autobiography includes a fantasy scene where Howard imagines a woman's breasts rapidly enlarging.
Repossessed (1990). A girl exercising her chest in a gym has her chest start to suddenly and inexplicably grow.
Scary Movie 2 (1997). At the end of the film, a female protagonist is kicked toward a wall and her breasts inflate to lessen the impact.
Terminator 3 (2003). Upon being approached by a police officer, the Terminatrix enlarges her breasts to distract him.
"'Allo 'Allo" Use of a truth serum causes breast expansion.
"Ally McBeal" (1997). Episode 1x01 "Compromising Positions". The titular character daydreams in front of the mirror, the reflection's breasts growing until the bra straps snap and break. In a later episode (possibly 3x16, "Boy Next Door"), Billy hallucinates that Nelle's breasts are growing during a meeting, and she presses his face into them.
"American Dad" (2008). Episode 3x10 "Tearjerker". In this James Bond spoof, "S" (Steve) gives Stan a ring that will make a female wearer's breasts grow. Later, when Stan and "Sexpun T'Come" (Francine) have been tied up by the villain, Stan gets Sexpun to slip on the ring, which causes her breasts to grow so much that the ropes binding her are broken apart, and she is able to free herself and then Stan.
"The Benny Hill Show" In one episode there were two brief bits where Benny was a) applying a blood-pressure cuff to a girl b) pumping up the tyre of a girl's bicycle, but in both cases the air was going into her breasts instead.
"Braceface" (2004). Episode 3x06 "Busted". The eponymous character purchases a pump up bra that malfunctions and grows to enormous size.
"Charmed" (2001). Episode 4x03 "Hell Hath No Fury". Paige uses her new powers for personal gain and subsequently goes off-screen breast expansion which is reversed at the end of the episode.
"Sabrina The Teenage Witch" (2002). 7x06 "Sabrina Unplugged". Sabrina goes into a computer to erase incriminating evidence of her magical powers but while there, her picture is morphed and she re-emerges with giant breasts, short skirt and a 60s haircut.
"Son Of The Beach" (2000). Insert episode - One of the female lifeguards
"Stripperella"]. 1x08 "Evil Things Come in Small Packages". At the end of the episode, Striperella is being returned to her normal size after having been shrunk - but her breasts are proportional much larger.
"That's My Bush!" (2001). Episode 1x04 "S.D.I. Aye-Aye!". The ditzy blonde character takes mammary enhances - which she has mistaken for memory enhancers - that make her breasts grow. Eventually growing large enough that she breaks through some ropes when she's tied up.
"Woops" (1992). Episode 1x05 "The Rise and Fall of Alice McConnell". A crystal causes Alice's bustline to grow much larger. She seems to be enjoying her new status as the object of men's attention as opposed to Suzanne, but Mark reminds her by giving in to being considered an object she may be ruining what she has worked for her whole life; for women to gain respect.
Anime & Manga
Coriolanus, the Chariot! by Alan Yates. Published in 1978. The novel depicts a training school for a special kind of actors, who have been modified so that their faces and bodies can be altered at will to fit their role. At one point, the main character mentally overpowers a male instructor and gives him breasts that grow until they burst his clothing. He finds that he has to pack muscle tissue into the breasts to make them strong enough to burst through. The book also includes an extended TG sequence where the main character is turned into a woman.
Broken Angels by Richard Morgan. Two of the protagonists have a sexual encounter in a virtual environment, involving using "System Magic" to modify their bodies. Explicit, though short.
The Identity Matrix by Jack L. Chalker. Published in 1992. The main character (who is a man's mind in a busty woman's body) at one point has her pituitary gland reprogrammed so she goes through a second puberty and grows even larger breasts. The book is predominantly a discussion of what makes a person human, particulatly in a situation where people's minds can be exchanged or modified at will. The physical is largely downplayed in the book. Not Explicit.
(There are many more examples from Jack L. Chalker, but this is the first one that comes to mind)
Sorcery Rising (Fool's Gold book 1) by Jude Fisher. Published in 2002. One of the secondary characters buys a breast-growth charm, and is scared when they won't stop growing. A tiny part of the novel as a whole, but nicely done.
Starship Titanic by Douglas Adams and Terry Jones. One of the novel's characters get caught in a tiny black hole and ages a few thousand years (!). When put in a rejuvenation chamber to heal, she ends up with, among other changes, firmer, bigger breasts.
The Uplift War by David Brin. Published in 1987. The Tymbrimi ambassador's daughter is forced into a relationship with one of the protagonists, and her race is imbued with limited shape-shifting powers. It is briefly mentioned that she "rearranges the fatty tissues in her breasts". Not Explicit.
"In the Barn" by Piers Anthony. Published in 1972 in the anthology Again, Dangerous Visions edited by Harlan Ellison, and reprinted in Anthony's Anthonology. A man visits an alternate world and finds a human dairy farm.
"Savage Breasts" by Nina Kiriki Hoffman. Published in 1988 in the anthology Smart Dragons, Foolish Elves edited by Alan Dean Foster. The story of a woman who uses a mail-order breast enlargement treatment, only to find out her new breasts have a mind of their own.
Comics and Graphic Novels
Howard The Duck vol. 2 #3 (Marvel/Max). A parody of Witchblade imbues a woman with superpowers - and larger breasts.
Invincible #64/#65 (Image). In #64 Eve, who can control atoms, recovers from being beaten nearly to death by rebuilding her body. In #65 she reveals that she'd subconsciously made her breasts a fair bit bigger during the rebuild.
Little Ego by Vittorio Giardino. This comic strip about a girl's erotic dreams included a story devoted to BE in 1985. A collection of the strips, including the BE one, was published by Heavy Metal in 2006 - ISBN 978-1932413625.
Pinocchia by Gibrat and Leroi. Published by Nantier Beall Minoustchine Publishing in 1997, this short graphic novel is a reworking of Pinocchio in which the innocent young heroine's breasts grow whenever she tells a lie. ISBN 978-1561631698.