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This is my permanent gateway site.
I usually post here once a month, art and photos in praise of male beauty, strictly vanilla.
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Mitchell (Jun 2020).

Tuesday, 1 June 2021

Asian Superhero

Jagdish Kumar - Super Commando Dhruva

 

I've alluded to superhero-ism in recent posts and this is a slightly exotic incarnation of the species, 'Super Commando Dhruva' seen jumping off the obligatory Art Deco architecture to rescue someone or right a wrong. He might share their outside underwear fetish, but his muscularity is built on a more slender, more athletic frame than the likes of Superman or Batman. However he's more substantial, more manly than 'Spidey' (whose anchoring technique he seems to emulate). As you might expect from his Indian origins, there's a touch of 'Bollywood' in his handsomeness.

The pose seen here with head bowed and arms drawn backwards here is not aggressive, quite the reverse, passive and vulnerable. It looks like he's falling rather than diving purposefully. The lines swirling around him are distinctly suggestive of being tied up.

Notice the clever architectural references helping to set the mood:- a glassy skyscraper, a soaring spire (with a slightly dubious cap), a gothic pointed window and a delighful octagonal clock resembling a classic wristwatch design.

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