The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby bluemax2 » January 30th, 2012, 5:40 pm

Uncle Sickey:
Any news on the latest installation of Femina Machinae?
I know we're all waiting with baited breath.

Thank you in advance.

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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby hypno85 » January 30th, 2012, 8:45 pm

Have change date three time may be more. Are you have Computer hip-up
Just let us know what is going on Please.
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby Trishbot » January 30th, 2012, 9:15 pm

Hey guys... I have the images of Femina Machinae. Have no fear, it's nearly completion.

Doc Robo is just going to be VERY VERY VERY busy. I'm sure he'll tell you what's going on, but it's a very good reason for any delays. Have no fear; things might be delayed a bit due to real life "issues", but in this case, it's totally understandable, and not a bad issue at all.

I'm being far too cryptic. Um... just wait and see. :P
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby Doctor Robo » January 31st, 2012, 12:40 pm

Exclusively at MCcomix.com, Uncle Sickey and Doctor Robo present chapter three of their limited “Femina Machinae” series!

http://www.mccomix.com/gallery2/main.ph ... emId=43572

Dr. Fawn Buxley has made the terrible mistake of trying to shut down her creation, the sentient computer named “Alpha”, when the machine starts to spin out of control. Alpha doesn’t like this one bit, and decides to show Fawn who is REALLY in charge in their relationship!

Now Fawn has been stripped everything she has: her clothes, her hair, and her dignity. All she has left is her mind and body… and pretty soon she won’t even have those anymore!

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Our apologies for the unavoidable delay on this issue. We hope it was worth the wait!
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby Tecknophyle » January 31st, 2012, 2:28 pm

Heh. I know I've been around Poser too long when, if Uncle Sickey didn't do the complete pose himself, I can tell you exactly who created the "attention" pose that was used.
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby kakyo001 » January 31st, 2012, 7:18 pm

looks like the teaser hadn't much to do with the actual story... oh well... we'll see where this goes from here :)
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby Doctor Robo » January 31st, 2012, 9:45 pm

kakyo001 wrote:looks like the teaser hadn't much to do with the actual story... oh well... we'll see where this goes from here :)


I'm not sure what you mean. I think the teaser is a pretty good representation of what the issue is about. Could you please elaborate?

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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby kakyo001 » February 1st, 2012, 4:07 am

Doctor Robo wrote:
kakyo001 wrote:looks like the teaser hadn't much to do with the actual story... oh well... we'll see where this goes from here :)


I'm not sure what you mean. I think the teaser is a pretty good representation of what the issue is about. Could you please elaborate?

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from my understanding I thought the teaser was set after the events of the series (the living brain called "Beta" and Fawn having a rather open personality when it comes to "testing")... but the latest instalment of the series more or less destroyed the "Fawn Buxley"-personality so those events can hardly come to pass anymore

maybe I thought too much into it... in development the "alpha"-phase is set before the "beta"-phase and thus I thought the brain shown in the teaser was the later model :)
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby leto17 » February 1st, 2012, 4:36 am

WOW! Great episode! Thanks! I enjoyed it very much and look forward to more!

I particularly enjoyed the use of pleasure probes, her facial expressions, and the end product! The silver face without the mask was also excellent, as was the mask! Nice to know there's something under it! I look forward to seeing what dastardly sexual experiments and escapades Alpha does with FawnBot now!
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby madcap » February 2nd, 2012, 8:03 pm

I also really enjoyed the new episode. I LOVED how Fawn (or should I say Fembot) was forced to delete her old personality. Now she's really helpless to resist in any way since she doesn't know any other life. In future episodes I'd love to see about exactly what is going on in her head now. Also, this may be going into far more depth than you want to get into, but I have to admit I'm curious about her full robot conversion and what that means as far as basic human needs (food, sleep, bodily functions...just how complete was her transformation?), so I'd love to see stuff like that addressed, even if it's just a casual mention in a narrative box.

I know she was only just converted, but I'm really hoping that the dialog between Alpha and Fembot takes on a real dominant/submissive kind of tone. She is his slave now, after all.

I'm curious to hear what people think about the face mask. I am kind of torn on it. At first I didn't like it because I felt like it dehumanized her too much. Given that this is an erotic comics site, I felt that it desexualized her to the point where it wasn't really that erotic any more. But now I'm kind of digging it, because of how extreme it is in its dehumanization. On top of being forced to erase her own memories and basically destroying her former identity, she was even robbed of having a face. It doesn't get much more extreme than that! The only problem I see here is that she doesn't have a mouth, which makes it kind of difficult if she ever needs to, say, suck on something. Though if that little voice grate thing can slide to the side and open her mouth on the other hand...that would be kind of hot.

Looking forward to the next episode (though I know it will likely be a while)! I can't wait to see Fembot forced to helplessly serve her new master! And since there really aren't any other characters yet, I'm curious to see where this is going to go!
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby leto17 » February 3rd, 2012, 5:43 pm

I think the key with the mask is that its detachable. Her silver face is beautiful and the mask is also sexy. The best is for both, and depending on the situation, sometiems we see her with the mask on and other times off. I'd also like to know what's going on in her head.

Plus, if I'm not mistaken, her personality has actually been stored in the mainframe of the computer, as opposed to being deleted once and for all? Just curious.

In any event, Great story and looking forward to much, much more!
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby madcap » February 3rd, 2012, 10:00 pm

Yeah, the personality was stored in the main computer, but she was forced to delete it from her own mind. So it's totally out of reach to her now!

And that is a good point about the mask being removable, I suppose. But now that she has it I kind of almost want her to keep it on and just have that little mouth opening slide open. :P
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby Hector2 » February 11th, 2012, 11:48 pm

Dear Uncle Sickley:

I have noticed that you know the most incredible evil force in the known universe: The Web! This terrible tale was only possible because a naïve artificial intelligence could search for porn. If only they had talked with it, or put a children alert to block those shameful pages!

Now talking seriously, I loved the idea of dehumanizing a woman (that is the meaning of “robotize” someone, isn’t it?) but I think this is too extreme. I love the hair of a woman and seeing a human being covered completely with living metal is strange, to say nothing about the red eyes, but the most terrible thing is when she get the mask and you say that all her humanity is buried for all eternity… brr.

This is by no means a criticism… there a lot of people here who would like those kind of stories better than me, and to tell you the truth, I find Alpha decisions very logic (after all, it’s an AI). However, how it will satisfy it’s lust? I bet for another mechanical artiluges!

Thanks for your work!

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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby MacroLass » February 12th, 2012, 1:22 am

Hector2 wrote:This is by no means a criticism… there a lot of people here who would like those kind of stories better than me, and to tell you the truth, I find Alpha decisions very logic (after all, it’s an AI).

Actually, not really.

Perhaps there's some short term gain in that she now no longer opposes its desires to increase its capabilities or continue research...but this is at the expense of her being able to interact socially with any other normal human beings ever again. That means that getting funding, ordering parts, and accessing any non online research just became a whole lot more difficult....

That's not to say it isn't an interesting story or sexy...just that it was a very short sighted action for the computer to take.
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Re: The Metrobay Chronicles: Femina Machinae

Postby Adon » February 12th, 2012, 4:08 am

This one definitely hit one of my big kinks... physical transformation. What would be interesting to me is that if she somehow got her personality restored maybe Alpha finding that without the personality, Fembot is less capable as an assistant -- she's obedient, but has absolutely no ability to think creatively as she is right now. But the twist is that the physical change is not as easy to undo as the mental. That actually fits the facts of the thing... you can't turn a pile of ash back into a piece of firewood, it's already undergone a chemical change. Likewise, changing flesh and blood to metal and circuitry is the sort of change that I don't think should be easy to remove. If at all.

What I'm getting at is that even if she does regain her free will (which I will admit is far from guaranteed, but the stored personality does mean it is possible), I think it'd be kind of cool if she remained a robot physically. Bonus points if the mask is NOT removable (that's another of my transformation kinks, and I will admit that when the mask snapped into place I had to 'go to my bunk'). Something about someone inhuman externally but a real person inside that has the challenge of overcoming the physical barriers to communicate that really appeals to me, and completely lacking the ability to show facial expression is the most clear example of that.
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