Tug Harder: The Chronosexual #1 is here in Print and Digital Editions!

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Our favorite undercover photographer is back! That’s right… Butch McLogic has defined a new sexuality and crafted three new Tug Harder tales in Tug Harder: The Chronosexual #1 that inexplicably meander through the ages! So check your history books and keep an eye out for a familiar mustached man, a large tattooed companion, and a very young looking old man!

Tug Harder: The Chronosexual #1 is kind enough to open with a brief recap and then launches into “The Minotaur’s Staff.” Rome, circa. 38 A.D. The Tug Harder Trio have been enjoying life to the fullest with the good Roman people until Snake goes off his rocker again. Usually all that Tug needs to do is seduce him into a passive state, but this time he’ll have to take care of The Minotaur’s staff first!

SHHHHHH! The second story, “Misprint”, is a quick visit to the Library of Alexandria, where Tug needs to research an important matter to get to another era. The second story is a quick visit to the Library of Alexandria, Egypt, circa. 116 A.D. Tug needs to research an important matter to get to another era. The second story is a quick visit to the Library of Alexandria, where Tug needs to research an important matter to get to another era. OH CRAP…

Put on your parka, because the final story “Sanctuary of the Snow Daemon” takes us high in the Himalayas, circa. 1714. Once you enter the doors of the monastery, you can take almost everything off, but watch out for the lustful leaders, the vindictive monks and the horny Yeti!

Honestly, how does Tug get into these situations? More importantly, how will he get out of them? Find out, in Tug Harder: The Chronosexual #1. While you don’t need to have read Tug Harder #1, Tug Harder #2 or Tug Harder #3 to enjoy Tug Harder: The Chronosexual #1, it certainly helps!

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