Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Infiltration: Part 3

Hey, guys!  This is the third part of my Infiltration series!

Comrade Crusher co-stars in this with some slight adjustments to his model.  Along with him is a new character named Danner Compton, a doctor and chemist who has been working on a formula to enhance a human's strength to superhero levels.  What the doctor doesn't realize is that his formula works very well and that someone is lurking just outside, ready to seize his hard work for the eastern heroes...

If you need to, you can catch up on Infiltration: Part 1 and Infiltration: Part 2 with these links!

Extra panels

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  1. Amazing work! Love it.

  2. Absolutely among the best sex scenes you've rendered... on the verge of being like true lovers -- the astonished young, now greatly muscled, but lesser skilled doctor being conquered, by the equally muscled Russian, who seems to be enthralled with his conquest, as if he doesn't want to let him go. Nice, though, if you'd get these guys to ravage each other nipples into a helpless, hopeless abandoned ecstasy. They sure have the equipment. And it should be used!! (You tend to ignore that completely.)

    Liked the continuation of the story. So how will you ensnare Capt. American and Superman again... more permanently? Or at least, temporarily helplessly.

    Alas, on this story, COULD NOT READ A SINGLE BIT OF DIALOGUE. Your speech balloons were unintelligible.

    1. Thanks for the comments! And thanks for bringing the speech text to my attention. It looks fine on the computer I'm at at the moment, but it's possible it could look smaller on a screen with a higher resolution.

      I have Blogger set to show the images in a lightscreen (which will shrink the images if the browser isn't maximized). Opening the images in a new tab to view at 100% or downloading them and zooming in might be a better option if so. Hopefully that helps.

      And I'm sure I'll return to this series at some point for another entry. I'll think on it!

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