Saturday, September 2, 2017

Hercules vs Ares

This is Hercules vs Ares, a continuation of the image set Ares in Olympus and a semi-remake of a very, very old story of mine with the same theme.

Theme warning in advance: Herc and Ares are half-brothers. But then again, this story doesn't come close to the kinds of wild adventures the Greek gods got up to. With that all said, it's only a story -- and has some good wrestling action that can be enjoyed on its own!

Bickering and constantly at one another's throats, Ares has had enough and challenges Hercules to a wrestling match. With Zeus presiding and as witness, they'll wrestle to settle their differences once and for all!

He who surrenders in the ring to his master will become slave for ten years and a day and must obey him in all things. The battle of these hot-blooded Olympians begins!

This story was also given an alternate ending and fully remastered + bonus panels in a PDF adaptation over at my Patreon (link below) and also available at my Lulu shop. Thank you for your interest!

This set was made possible by my awesome and generous patrons.  Wanna get these in their native resolution and high image quality and support my future works?  Please head on over to my Patreon page and consider pledging for more muscle.  Thanks for your support!

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  1. That was beautiful! That frame where they fucked face to face was amazing!

    1. Thanks very much -- I appreciate it! I like how that one turned out, too.

  2. Have you ever considered putting Apollo against Ares?

    1. I have, actually -- though not pro wrestling in the ring. At

      Though it's a bit old and using a previous version of Ares. I've thought of developing some more of the Olympians a bit more and doing some stories of them separate from Hercules.

      I'll see about updating Apollo further and doing that in the future. :)

      Thanks for the interest!

    2. Oh I've been reading for months! I love your work!

    3. Addon to previous comment; I love your Olympian stories; and would love to see more!

    4. Thank you, I'm glad to hear you're enjoying my works! And thanks for the comments and suggestions. :)