Gentleman Broncos


Since I've been away,

he's been shooting my work on weekends.

I sent him my latest installments via e-mail.

It's been an amazing experience.

How many films have you made?

Mmm. Eighty-three.

But some are just trailers.

Dang. That's a lot.

Do you produce only Tabatha's work?

No. I do all kind of movies.

Horse movies, romance, soaps, fantasies...

Hey, Lonnie, can you squirt me

some of that lotion we just bought?

Will you give me a hand massage?


Yeah, I can do that.

You guys are so lucky

you get to be roommates.

Mine just wants to eat.

Hey. I don't think you're allowed to be here.

Mr. Keefe is right next door.

Relax, Benjamin,

I just want to get to know you better.

So, when are you gonna let me read

one of your stories?

I don't know.

I usually don't let people read my stuff.

Why not?

I've let my mom read a few,

but they've just made her cry.

Most people just get sicked out

and stop reading.

Really? Are there romantic sequences?

No. None of that crap. It's just some mild

swearing and sci-fi violence.

Well, have you tried posting

any of your stories online?

Yeah. But everybody can do that, you know.

I want to get published for real.

Ronald Chevalier had his first trilogy

published when he was 15.

Well, you'll never get anywhere

by just letting your mom read your work.

You can read this. It's called Yeast Lords

The Nad Lab was a cold,

white room

Bronco, the last of the Yeast Lords,

lay spread-eagle,

strapped to a medical pod

Someone had stolen his yeast,

and he had gone totally ape-sh

What the crap?

Oh, my... My gems!

Sorry, Bronco.

We had to borrow one of your gonads.

Daysius. I should've known it was you.

Oh, I'm not the real Lord Daysius.

My name is Dennis.

I'm one of his many clones.

We're all very sorry.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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