Predator Power Bottom - 3/2014
What if Predator was an aggressive bottom?
A Pokeboy I did for http://pokeboyfarm.tumblr.com/
I went with Medicham because it was one of my favs when I played Diamond a few years back.
King Thor meets Thor….
by Adam Graphite - @adamgraphite
So excited for fall. Just so I can wear this jacket. lol
For a lone Trader who encounters a handsome young survivor under the inhospitable desert sun, the choice is clear: ravage him and then help him traverse the dry wastelands. But fate has other plans. Attacked by the deadly marauders known by all Terrans asTrackas, the two men are separated… but now attached to one another, our hero the noble Trader will stop at nothing to find his missing companion.
It’s a perilous journey with danger lurking around every corner, and in a dark and dingy Gay Bar in the middle of nowhere, the Trader is assaulted by horny and crazed Hybrids… Hybrids whose semen is deadly to normal humans!
To say that PLANET OF MACHOS #1 is an awesome book is a MASSIVE understatement. Rubo’s sequential art and story telling are completely stunning and compelling. Issue #1 is available in Printed and Digital Comic Formats. If you love sexy, manly guys, bears and hunky smooth twinks, the heroes of this series are for you.
Fabrissou generously sent me review copies of both the French and Japanese editions of his excellent anthology a while back, and I’ve been absurdly delinquent in putting a post together. Forgive me, Fabrissou! Finally I found time to photograph these wonderful books over the weekend.
Le Bara Ça N’Existe Pas is a fabulous French-language introduction to contemporary gay manga, comprised of illustrations and interviews with 29 mangaka. The line-up includes many of our favorites— to name a few: Seizoh Ebisubashi, Gengoroh Tagame, Banjyaku, Go Fujimoto, Kazuhide Ichikawa, Kenta, Takeshi Matsu, Gai Mizuki, Moritake, Terujirou, Noda Gaku, Mura and SUV.
Each profile begins with a statement from the artist on his work, before going on to discuss their beginnings in manga, influences, and which of their own works are their favorites. Later in the book, questions posed to the artists about publishing and the manga-making process yield some fascinating responses.
The French edition concludes with a glossary of Japanese words and a selection of strips from Venezuelan artist Anfelo's hilarious comic “Bara Logic.” The Japanese edition of the book, titled Bara ha Barabara Da (バラはバラバラだ) which was released last fall, ends instead with a Japanese-language comic by Fabrissou. I’ll post photos of the Japanese version next!
2nd gif made me wet .
It’s Tom of Riddick by Jan Janecki! This is the 27th entry in the Homoerotic Tom of Finland Redesign Pin-Up Challenge. :)
I hate/love it when pron is this adorable, it’s like salt on an open wound!