Thursday, March 24, 2022

On the Streets: Part 3

On the Streets: Part 3 is the continuation of both On the Streets and Rising Pythons, advancing the story of the mean streets and seedier sides of Muscle City.  Away from the glamor of the wrestling arena and the safer segments of the metropolis exists criminal gangs and thugs only interested in money, power, and sex.

With Officer Hank Hogan safely in his possession, Butch, leader of the Pythons gang, feels it's finally time to advance on the head of the Muscle City Police Department: Chief Megalos himself.  With some extremely-incriminating photos and videos of the MCPD's top cop in compromising positions with the leader of a rival gang, Butch lures Megalos into a trap.

Megalos is forced to wrestle Yasuo, a new recruit to the Pythons, in his filmed initiation into the gang!  Can Megalos defeat the slimmer recruit, or will he join Hank in a life of making endless amounts of cash for Butch and his Pythons?

 























































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11 comments:

  1. Your art and stories are excellent. Missed seeing a new series on here.
    Trust you are fully recovered from your health issues.

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    1. Hey, J, thank you very much. :) I'm feeling great, yeah, and hope you are, too. Hopefully the wait was worth it. The next post here will be three smaller sets.

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  2. I only have one thing to say . It was humiliating. Muscle City's Chief of Police a real mountain of muscles taking a devastating beating from a skinny little guy in a wrestling ring is like saying that being bigger and stronger means absolutely nothing. You can be huge and massively muscular and yet take a humiliating beating of a runt better trained than you in combat techniques . Muscles are nothing . Are just an adornment . Okay, Chief Megalos was a scoundrel full of dirty secrets and corruption but he was also a giant proud and confident of his own strength . He be humiliated by a skinny little guy wrestler is an unsubtle slap in the face of all of us who love Big Guys Muscular . It's the same as saying "So what about your muscles? I'll break you in half and beat you up even if you're a 'Hulk' ! " Really sad to see Chief Megalos end up like this ! But I'm not the one in charge of the stories. I can only lament and resign myself.

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    1. No worries; every character can have an off-day, even against a slimmer opponent. That's basically what this was.

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    2. This was a rambling way to whine about how the story did not go the way you want.
      With all the huge characters with awesome muscles doing so much dominating somehow this was a "slap in the face of us who love muscles?"
      Seriously, grow up.
      Keep up the amazing work Lucky, and ignore idiots like this.

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    3. "This was a rambling way to whine about how the story did not go the way you want.
      With all the huge characters with awesome muscles doing so much dominating somehow this was a "slap in the face of us who love muscles?"
      Seriously, grow up.
      Keep up the amazing work Lucky, and ignore idiots like this."

      With all due respect sir it was to Lucky Stallion that I directed this comment and I don't remember asking for his private and personal opinion on what I thought or didn't think about my comment even though it may have been done in a "rambling way" this forum is open to any and all comments, even "criticism" of a certain work done by the author. I made this comment giving my sincere opinion of what I thought of the story which is something that for now is within the rules of this blog and to give an honest critique of the author's work for now it is within what we call civilized if you didn't like it patience but I'm sorry say that I don't intend to give reasons for any hater to provoke discussions, fights and hate on a blog that I frequent and which I like a lot, having myself as a reason to cause fights and problems so sorry sir but don't dignify me to answer anything else that you say as an answer . " Grow " you .

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    4. "This was a rambling way to whine about how the story did not go the way you want.
      With all the huge characters with awesome muscles doing so much dominating somehow this was a "slap in the face of us who love muscles?"
      Seriously, grow up.
      Keep up the amazing work Lucky, and ignore idiots like this."

      Note: This is a correction to the previous comment that I noticed had a lot of language errors because I typed very rapid.

      With all due respect sir, it was to Lucky Stallion that I directed this comment and I don't remember asking for your private and personal opinion on what you thought or what you didn't think about my comment, in any case it's not up to you to take the Lucky Stallion's place and "reprimanding" me for something I may have said wrongly because I didn't address these words to you in the first place, so it's not your business to respond in a bad manner to a comment that wasn't addressed to sir, although it might even have been done even in a "rambling way to whine about how the story did not go the way I want" well this forum is open to any and all comments, even "criticism" of a certain work done by the author. I made this comment giving my honest opinion about what I thought of the story, which is something that for now is within the rules of this blog and to make an honest criticize of the work that I read, which is also something that for now is within what we call civilized. , if you didn't like it, patience, but I'm sorry to say that I don't intend to give reasons for any hater to provoke discussions, fights and hate in a blog that I frequent and that I like a lot, having myself as a reason to cause fights and problems, sorry sir, but for my part, I give this matter closed, and I ask that you please do not even dignify to answer anything else that I say as an answer. "Grow" you.

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  3. "No worries; every character can have an off-day, even against a slimmer opponent. That's basically what this was."

    It's ok Lucky Stallion I didn't make this comment wishing to offend you in any way just to make an honest criticism and as they say criticism are usually the sincerest form of praise because only if an author is excellent does someone usually do them. Anyway, I loved the story. Please do many more.

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  4. Oye amigo -- great work! Totally worth the wait. Stay healthy and horny! The world needs more of your beautiful art.

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  5. Indeed, Megalos, the mass of muscle he is -- and while a lesser weighted man, very skilled can take down a giant, as David did with Goliath -- it was a relatively hot story; lesser overcoming mightier stud (as I've done that in my own novel). Nonetheless, this happened much too quickly to really be believable. Should have been drawn out a bit more. And the slowing down, or tiring out of the huge Megalos might have made more sense, as he was led into a sort of exhaustion maybe, allowing the quicker, lighter man to gradually gain a grip or gradual conquest of him... much to his rising shock and disbelief, realizing in surprise he was being taken down by the lesser -- and finding even in further surprise, he was intoxicated by the diminishment of his greater powers... found he loved being dominated, and craved it, though he could barely comprehend it was happening. His macho ego at war with his inner hunger, which gradually accepted his vanquishment. And relishing it.

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    1. But the coup could more swiftly have been completed, had the younger man taken him by his huge nipples. Rendering Megalos a whimpering, willing, moaning submissive... faster than he could believe it was happening. Yearning and compliant, at long last -- caving in to the more clever youth who had the balls to dare, and the skill to do it.... Something he had obviously waited for a lifetime, being mastered by another.

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