Saturday, July 31, 2004

New story: The Seduction of Collin by zulator (body swap)

Stories I'm reading: Sleepy Saturday

Bishop requires lay people to sign oath--Desparate measures...

"AIDS is not just God's punishment for homosexuals; it is God's punishment for the society that tolerates homosexuals."--Jerry Falwell's always good for a laugh. [c/o AMERICABlog]

Penguin Putnam's racketeering domain-name scam--Someone please tell Katie Tarbox stealing Katie Jones's domain name is setting a bad example to her young readers.

c-in2--Now that's an underwear site. [c/o towleroad]

Alabama a dildo-free zone--What's their beef with sextoys anyhoo?

Wednesday, July 28, 2004

New story: Furio's Works by svankmaj (mm musc tf fant)

New artwork: Opened the Lance Storm of the Rocketeers album with drawings based on the characters created by wesrgor. Also featuring pics for his latest story Lance Storm and the Medusa Menace.

Stories I'm reading: JJDTX

Muslims in America -- Mission Field or Mine Field?--I thought somebody from Landover Baptist wrote this... my bad. [c/o AMERICABlog]

France Steps Away From Gay Marriage

From Boing Boing

Ryan Kwanten--Damn, he's cute!

Depressed because you are fat? Maybe you are fat because you are depressed. Here comes the science.--Love 'em Fark titles. [c/o]

Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Stories I'm reading: Carson Shepherd

  • Beggars and Choosers
  • Between Want and Need: Prelude | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4| 5
  • The Good Old Boy: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

Things you have to believe to be a Republican today--Chockful of conventional wisdom

Ted Turner's Beef with Big Media

From the Washington Post

The Shitty Tipper Database--"Kiss my bitter ass" [c/o Boing Boing]

Porn Plague--Has porn's proliferation desensitized us to its power? [c/o]

Sunday, July 25, 2004

Stories I'm reading: blindside

"In his heart, I know the president doesn't support [the amendment]. He knew that every single vote would count, so he had to do something to appeal to the base."--Hell-oooo??? Why do these gays hate themselves so much?

The 9/11 Report: Bad News for Bush--Lots of myths debunked (NYT); let's just see if this administration will continue peddling them. Here's a great summary of the report.

Felipe Matarazzo--Hot hetero hunk from Brazil [c/o towleroad]

Scholarship of 'The Simpsons'--When are the Emmys going to recognize this show as Best Comedy Series? [c/o]

Is My Little Baby Going to Go Gay?--Handy Homo Prevention Tips For Concerned Parents With Suspect Toddlers

Saturday, July 24, 2004

New story: Wearing Sid's Boxers by zulator (body swap)

Stories I'm reading: Classic MGS

Scary Kerry Taxes--Sublime, but what I'd really like is a no-spin look at how taxes really work in the US. Also, the photoshopped Kerry pics were uncalled for; he's scary enough to look at as it is.

Burning Bush

Bill O'Reilly enjoys ordering his guests and others to "shut up"

Steve Kirit--This former 8th grade spelling bee champion isn't just big on words.

Do what's breast for your country--Join the army.

Friday, July 23, 2004

Stories I'm reading: Classic MGS

Why the homosexual movement has won--Jeebus. Straight from the ass's hole. [c/o Athenae]

Gay Marriage

Jesse Marunde--Alpha male from Alaska

Network Engineer Resume--So, where does he... um... plug in? [c/o]

This Land--Dubya and Kerry square off in this amazing Flash movie created by JibJab.

Thursday, July 22, 2004

New Artwork: More images for The Jocking

Stories I'm reading: Classic MGS

It's Over, Ralph NYT

From Salon

Jouka Ahola--The legendary and invincible man from Finland

It's nuts funny--Why low blows make for high laughs. LAT [c/o]

Dance, Voldo, Dance--Wow. [c/o Boing Boing]

Tuesday, July 20, 2004

New Artwork: Posted first batch of before-and-after pics for CallMeCrazy's The Jocking

Stories I'm reading: Classic MGS

51 elections safeguard compromise--Majority doesn't always win, as Gore all too well knows, but are there any alternatives out there, aside from scrapping the elections altogether?

Iran-Al Qaeda ties--Gee, was the invasion of Iraq all an innocent mistake?

Magnús Von Magnússon--They grow 'em big in Iceland.

Superman Steals X-Man Singer--Wolverine writes Supes. :D

Turning the tables on Nigeria's e-mail conmen--"When all above seems a great test, Get on down with the Holy Red Breast." [c/o Political Animal]

Sunday, July 18, 2004

New stories: The Calming of Jason and The Return of Jason by zulator (body swap hypno)

New Artwork: Posted pics for ONIX's When I Fight Authority, Authority Always Wins and Ikaika's Odds and Ends: The Muscle Shirt

Jeff's Muscle Studio--Amazing muscle artwork by Jeff Jacklin

Photo-Cartoons--Adult Hero Art

Fark Photoshop Theme: If steroids were legal

Saturday, July 17, 2004

The BIG DAY is finally here! After 16 days of alternating between Hypnosis and Muscle Growth stories, today features one of my most favorite topics: Mind-Controlled Muscle! Aside from that, I've posted 2 new muscle morphs, 5 sequenced artworks, 8 hypno sketches, and 10 original stories (including from me that I finished in 12 hours). I've been cramming like crazy to get as much stuff uploaded today, and I still have more drawings to be post on tomorrow!

As always, I would like thank Chad, Changes, and Flexodus for hosting my crap for free :D, which is a big deal considering how stingy Yahoo Geocities has been with their bandwidth lately.

Finally, thanks to those guys I've chatted with the past year via IM and CYOC especially the ones eager to share their fantasies and stories with me. It's always nice to have something new to talk about. You know who you are. ;)

New stories: My deepest gratitude goes out to cicero, Ikaika, hypnojon32, hyptrance, Luz Rojo, jockmorphr, toddmen8302, and wbhulk for making this day a huge success! I'd like to also mention copsucker_99, svankmaj, and WolfPek for their contributions during the past month. :)

* Has accompanying artwork

New artwork: Opened my Muscle Growth album (which mirrors my stuff from MGS) and added pics to the Hypnosis album at The 'O' Zone.

New morphs: There are two new morphs available at

Stories I'm reading: MC Muscle

Logan Porn Comics--Fucking. Hot. Drawings. [Thanks Fil!]

Hypnotized Musclemen

Jack Black as Green Lantern? :O [c/o]

Friday, July 16, 2004

New Artwork: Added new When I Grow Up... sketches at The 'O' Zone

Stories I'm reading:

The Outing of Congress--I wholeheartedly agree that one's sexuality is a personal affair, but when someone actively supports the very people out to codify discrimination, then that hypocrite is sadly mistaken thinking this decision has no repercussions. Come out or get out. Salon

Eric Sorensen--Seems to be a lot of guys with his name on the web, but I think he's the best looking one of them all.

Musclehedz--THE comic strip for bodybuilding.

Comic Book Muscle

Coming this Fall: Spider-Man 9/11 Salon

Thursday, July 15, 2004

New story: Tent Poles by copsucker_99

Stories I'm reading: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Happy Talk From Hell--Outfoxing FucksNews Salon

From BuzzFlash


WildGuard--The first reality-TV comic book created by former Young Justice artist Todd Nauck.

Are You A Victim of Mind Control?--I've always thought the religious right was a cult in itself.

Wednesday, July 14, 2004

New Story: Superman Caves In by wbhulk (musc celeb)

New Artwork: Dedicated to the Man of Steel who fights for Truth, Justice, and the American Gay!

Stories I'm reading:

Another "Superman" Setback--Just as long as Nicolas Cage stays far away, it's OK.

Superman: Secret Identity--Great Scott! Superman has never looked this good and real in this four-issue mini-series written by Kurt Busiek and illustrated by Stuart Immonen. When this project was announced last year, I thought it was going to be a Smallville clone or something along the lines of the Superboy of Earth-Prime, but what I got instead was a meta-textual examination of what makes the Man of Steel so Super through the eyes of a real-world boy named Clark Kent. Read the reviews:

  • Smallville: 1 | 2 | 3
  • Metropolis: 1 | 2
  • Fortress: 1
  • Tomorrow: 1 | 2

Josh Boultinghouse--This year's winner of the Superman Festival (scroll down a bit for his pics) can give Heroic World's Scott Cranford a run for his money. These guys won't. (Update 5 July 05)

Superman Homepage--Everything you ever wanted to know about the Man of Steel and more!

Superheroes Flexing

Monday, July 12, 2004

New Artwork: Returning to my roots with my first "issue" of superhero sketches in the Comics album at The 'O' Zone.

Stories I'm reading:

  • Becoming a Teen God: 1 | 2
  • The Box: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
  • Coming of Age: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
  • Summer: 1 | 2
  • Uncle Matt's Farm: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

Americans object to war images online, look anyway [c/o]

Welcome to the Good Ol' USS of R (Universally Sad States of Republicans)--Cheap shot, I know, but you wouldn't want to consider the alternative, a perpetual state of motion sickness if--or is it when--the US elections are postponed.

Ivan Nikolov--Thanks to the guy sent me a link to this hunk.

Writer comes to Spidey's emotional rescue

Genetically Altered Athletes

Sunday, July 11, 2004

Stories I'm reading:

Minister slams Blair and Bush at funeral of Scottish soldier--Won't matter to Bush since Rev. Mann's God ain't his God. [c/o Holden]

Bush loses a lifelong Republican [c/o BuzzFlash]

"I refuse to take orders from a man who dodged the draft and demands wars he won't fight in. I refuse to kill men who are trying to defend their families. I refuse to die for oil. I refuse to be a casualty of politics."--A spunky 17-year-old's wonderful rant.

Dave Mirra--I am so obsessing over the latest Got Milk? spokesperson, the Miracle Boy.

A Mighty Wind--After watching "Mitch" and "Mickey" (Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara) perform "A Kiss At The End Of The Rainbow" at the Oscars, I just had to track down the DVD of this mockumentary of folk singers from the 60s whose music provide a calming counterpoint to the sometimes ear-busting, mind-numbing cacophony that blasts through our airwaves today. Salon

Saturday, July 10, 2004

New Story: My Body Part 3 by svankmaj

New Artwork: Opened my Size album featuring giant growth and shrinking men at The 'O' Zone.

Stories I'm reading: Muscle stories from BBMSN

Where ya going Georgie?--Oh, the pressures of being wealthy and having rich friends.

Darth Nader is seduced by the Evil Empire

Cosby foots college bills for top grads

Giants Among Us--Cool photoshopping contest

Attack of the Killer Legos :)

Friday, July 09, 2004

Stories I'm reading:

July Surprise?--Why am I not? :/ [c/o Talking Points Memo]

A third source, an official who works under ISI's director, Lieutenant General Ehsan ul-Haq, informed tnr that the Pakistanis "have been told at every level that apprehension or killing of HVTs [i.e., high-value al Qaida targets] before [the] election is [an] absolute must." What's more, this source claims that Bush administration officials have told their Pakistani counterparts they have a date in mind for announcing this achievement: "The last ten days of July deadline has been given repeatedly by visitors to Islamabad and during [ul-Haq's] meetings in Washington." Says McCormack: "I'm aware of no such comment." But according to this ISI official, a White House aide told ul-Haq last spring that "it would be best if the arrest or killing of [any] HVT were announced on twenty-six, twenty-seven, or twenty-eight July"--the first three days of the Democratic National Convention in Boston.

The Photoshopping of the President Salon

From Boing Boing

Firefighter Administers Aid To Woman He Helped Deliver B) [c/o]

Mr. President... Can you spell the word "cat"?

Thursday, July 08, 2004

New Artwork: Posted When I Grow Up..., a series of age progression pics, at The 'O' Zone

Stories I'm reading:

Judge tosses suit by fired FBI translator--The case of Sibel Edmonds, a whistle-blower who exposed "shoddy" FBI practices, gets thrown out by a Bush-appointed judge kowtowing to Ass-hat-croft's office with whom he's met twice but has not even heard the evidence from Edmonds's lawyers. Here's a nice catch-22: "The judge said he couldn't explain further because his explanation itself would expose sensitive secrets." Huh, sounds like more like the FBI is hiding their ineptitude under the cover of national security. [c/o AMERICABlog]

Patriotism (and shame) on the Fourth of July [c/o Boing Boing]

Sebastian Maclean--Bodybuilder, actor, lifestyle image coach

Atomic Muscle Morphs--Visit his website, Physique Photo.

Roget's Profanisaurus--Nothing reveals a person's character more than a fuckin' good vocabulary. :D

Wednesday, July 07, 2004

New Story: Children of the Sun by wolfpek and Pete

Stories I'm reading:

The World According to Michael--Now he blogs too.

Kerry's Choice... Dick Gephardt?--Probably wishful thinking from Rupert Murdoch's New York Post.

Blair says Iraqi arms may never be found--Hey Tony, instead of sticking up for Bush, why don't you just stick it to him? Oh right, your ass is on the line too.

Totally Anonymous, Untraceable Questionnaire for Mind Control/Electronic Harassment Perpetrators [c/o Boing Boing]

Why bother?

Tuesday, July 06, 2004

New Artwork: Two new growth sequences are available in Mixed Muscle

Stories I'm reading:

A-pillaging we will go--An interview with Robert S. Devine, author of "Bush Versus the Environment" Salon

Michael Moore Holds Up A Mirror...

Weightlifter's accidental death sparks warning [c/o]

MuscleForce Australasia

God Bless America--We who are about to buy, salute you!

Monday, July 05, 2004

Stories I'm reading: Tales of a female persuasion...

Ashcroft on Big Brother and the Internet--Where did you start going wrong Johnny ol' boy?


The Saudi Trap

MalePerceptions--Photographs by Thorsten Horvath Knee-Jerk Contrarian Game :D [c/o little. yellow. different.]

Sunday, July 04, 2004

Stories I'm reading:

Give Us Back Our Damn Flag--The leftist case for patriotism [c/o Atrios]

The Conservative War on the Truth

From the New York Times

LeatherGryphon's Eyrie--A personal page that features leather, bodybuilding, and original 3-D muscle art

Big Apple Grapple Arm Wrestling Championships--When you like 'em rough and tough [c/o Boing Boing]

Saturday, July 03, 2004

New Stories: Say hello to the site's two newest hypnosis authors: hypnojon32 who's also into fantasy and superheroes, and toddmen8302 who's also into transformation and muscle growth. You can make them feel more at home by sending them a little note from the feedback forms at the end of their stories. I'm hoping this'll spur more contributions from them in the future. ;)

New Artwork: Today I am launching my latest gallery devoted to Hypnosis and Mind Control at The 'O' Zone thanks much in part to Changes for letting me post these non-TF pics on his site. As always, if you have something in particular you'd like to see rendered on paper, please let me know.

Stories I'm reading:

My first time with Brando Salon

A Peace Activist or a Sheriff's Spy? [c/o Boing Boing]

Bill Cosby Strikes Again--You go, gi... grandpaw. :)

Donna Baldwin Male Models

"Guys Gone Wild" bare all--Anyone up for a "Gays Gone Wild" DVD next? [c/o]

Friday, July 02, 2004

Stories I'm reading: From Choose Your Own Change

Court Limits Privacy Of E-Mail Messages--One step closer to Big Brother. :O [c/o BuzzFlash]


Gene Mutation Found in Muscle Man Toddler--Here's an article with a video

Author L. Rea--He's twice the man he used to be


Thursday, July 01, 2004

Welcome to the site's second-year anniversary celebration where for the next 17 days I'll be featuring Hypnosis and Muscle Growth stories as well as a slew of new original sketches and reviews. So sit back, relax, and fasten your seatbelts, coz it's gonna be one hell of a ride!

New Artwork: Added new drawings to the Fantasy album at The 'O' Zone

Stories I'm reading:

Anonymous Unmasked--The author of "Imperial Hubris" is exposed.

From Atrois

Who are the people on your neighborhood?--The Department of Homeland Security wants to know.

Spiderrific!--As a long-time Spider-Fan, I absolutely loved this movie, which is a lot more emotional, a lot more exciting, and whole lot more fun than its predecessor. We pick up right where we left off, and it's like the past two years never happened. (Kinda how Shrek 2 did it too.) There were many great moments in the film especially how Sam Raimi and company perfectly portray Peter Parker's perennial problems from living a double life and the exhilirating fight scenes between Spidey and Doc Ock which, despite being conspicuously computer-generated, were well-choreographed and coordinated. As for the cast, Alfred Molina was a wonderful choice to play Dr. Octavius, and Daniel Gillies was just soooo hot as the astronaut son of J. Jonah Jameson. I just don't know how Spider-Man 3's gonna to top this flick, but we're gonna find that out... in three year's time. :O

Sister Mary Jane--Who will think of the children?