Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Olympus vs Asgard: Part 1 (PDF Remaster For Sale)


Hey, guys!  My newest PDF is finally complete and up for sale.  Check out my side blog, Barbaric Brawn Comics, for preview pics and more on Olympus vs Asgard: Part 1!  If you'd like to go ahead and pick up a copy right away (great thanks for your support!), you can find it for sale at my storefronts below:



Thanks for your interest and for your support!

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    1. Thanks very much! I'm not sure when I'll be getting around to bringing over Part 2 (which features Ares wrestling Thor,) but with how well this one was received, it helps to get me to hurry along with it!

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  2. hmmmm
    can we get more details about what's included. 12 dollars seems a bit too pricey for what's essentially the same story just with an alternate ending and slightly different pannels.

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    1. The prologue, Hercules Meets Thor, and the main story have all been remastered and reworked. There are 17 new panels mixed among the main story and over 30 text pages to support the story. The alternate ending is 34 panels (the main wrestling match itself is 60 panels, including the new ones mentioned above.)

      I put in a large amount of work and time on this, which is reflected in the price bump. But if you don't think it's worthwhile, that's perfectly fine and I understand. The regular story is still available here for free.

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  3. It is wonderful! You made an amazing comic! I love watching Hercules fights! Will there be more? Great job!

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    1. Thanks very much. :) Yes, there will be. I'm not sure when yet, though, but thank you for your interest!

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  4. This was super hot! I love mythology and father/son tag teams. Would love to see you do more father/son team ups in the future for sure! Money well spent.

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  5. Ya know one thing I learned about Zeus is that he had a male lover called Ganymede who I'm surprised we haven't seen in your stories. I'd pay money to see that.

    "According to myth, Zeus turned into an eagle and abducted Ganymede, bringing him to Mount Olympus. To compensate his father, Zeus offered him the best horses possible, and told him that his son would now be immortal and serve as a cupbearer for the gods, as well as a lover for him".

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    1. I'm always wanting to expand my depiction of these gods and that would be another great addition. I'm not sure when I'd get around to adding him in, but I appreciate your desire to see it and my great thanks for your support!

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  6. Well worth the buy! From my own experiences with the dynamic you land the father/son team up scenario to a T! Can't wait to read more similar ones if you have any planned!

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