Sunday, March 24, 2013

Tuskar the Barbarian: The Axe of Power

Hey guys, I wanted to let you know that the comic has been published!

Here's a quick rundown of its specifications:
  • Size: 32.6 MB
  • Pages: 58 (including cover, credits, and rear)
  • Language: English
  • File format: PDF (readable on computers and eReaders; more info here)
  • No annoying DRM; open on as many devices as you want

Some changes I made to the story:
  • Like Tuskar's made-up land of Barbaria (now called Thordar), Kugo's homeland has been renamed to Nubo.
  • Both Tuskar and Kugo are now super beefy compared to their original versions.
  • Tuskar's hair is blonder and he now sports a jeweled leopard tooth necklace and loincloth.  He also now wields a sword, though it isn't shown in the story.
  • The story now shows how and where Tuskar came to acquire the Axe of Power (now a brilliant gold).
  • Kugo now sports the golden arm bands a certain blond Universe Master we know wears.  Kugo's also traded in his previous pouch for a sporty new zebra skin thong.
  • There's now more variety and streamlining and much less redundancy of camera angles.
  • Bomani, Kugo's son (who first appeared in Master of Eternia), now has a cameo beside his kingly daddy at the end of the comic.

Thanks for your generosity and for being fans of big muscle!


  1. Replies
    1. Aw, thank you very much! I really appreciate it.

  2. Really enjoyed it. Much hunkier than Original one. I loved it!

  3. I loved it, as well. The story was great, but I really appreciated how you really dialed everything up a notch - the sweat on the bodies, the skin texture, the bodies ... excellent work that I was definitely worth the money. Actually it's really good value, as Marvel puts out 20 pages for $3.99 and with decompression, you only get 1/6 of the story.

    1. Hey, thanks, Alex! It's good to hear from you again. I really appreciate the support.

      I used the comic as a way to donate to the blog, but I still wanted it to be worth the price. I'm happy to hear that you feel it was!

  4. I just purchased this as my way of saying "thank you" for your superb work! I've immensely enjoyed each epic struggle, as your craft, and your writing, only gets better and better. I'm looking forward to more Batman, Tarzan, Hercules, and all the other characters, as you physically and sexually assault them relentlessly. Cheers!

    1. I really appreciate that, Sean! The revenue from the sold comics is going towards getting new materials for new projects for you guys.

      Thanks for staying with me, man, and thanks again for your support!