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The Chrome Virus cover 47 by Doctor-Robo
The Chrome Virus cover 47
A cover page from "The Chrome Virus", an erotic superheroine and mind control fantasy comic written by Doctor Robo, illustrated by Finister Foul, and postworked by Trishbot of MetrobayComix.com.

In this story, the sexy female cyborg nicknamed "Chrome" has infiltrated Superheroine Squad Headquarters and is infecting humans and androids alike with her obedience virus, transforming them all into mindless cybernetic slaves! Will anyone be able to stop Chrome from robotifying the entire team of beautiful busty heroines?

Metrobay Comix are copyright 2004-2014 Doctor Robo and Finister Foul, all rights reserved. For more information visit the MetrobayComix.com home page here: metrobaycomix.com
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The Omega Mystery cover 10 by Doctor-Robo
The Omega Mystery cover 10
This is a cover page from "The Omega Mystery", an erotic/adult digital comic from MetrobayComix.com.

In this story, the buxom blonde superheroine known as Omega Woman can't believe that Dr. Twisted has created a mindless sex robot that looks just like her! But has he really gone back to his evil ways, or are there other more sinister forces at work?

For more information on this story, or to join MetrobayComix.com, visit our home page by clicking here: metrobaycomix.com

You can also visit the Metrobay Comix deviantART page here: metrobay-comix.deviantart.com
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The Omega Mystery cover 09 by Doctor-Robo
The Omega Mystery cover 09
This is a cover page from "The Omega Mystery", an erotic/adult digital comic from MetrobayComix.com.

In this story, the buxom blonde superheroine known as Omega Woman can't believe that Dr. Twisted has created a mindless sex robot that looks just like her! But has he really gone back to his evil ways, or are there other more sinister forces at work?

For more information on this story, or to join MetrobayComix.com, visit our home page by clicking here: metrobaycomix.com

You can also visit the Metrobay Comix deviantART page here: metrobay-comix.deviantart.com
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One of the toughest parts of producing a long-form serial comic is avoiding the inevitable burnout that comes with publishing 15+ pages week after week. While the job is too much fun to ever say it's a 'grind', there is a certain amount of creative and deadline pressure that comes with the territory, and if precautions aren't taken writers and artists can find themselves getting burned out rather easily.

So what are my suggestions? Two words: Vacation and variety.

I feel it is extremely important to make sure you give yourself the opportunity to take some time off from your work every now and then. I generally spend anywhere from three to five hours a night working on our MetrobayComix.com business, but even with that work - which amounts to a second job - I make sure I make time to enjoy other pursuits. Basically you have to have a hobby to distract yourself from your hobby.

Even within those three to five hours a night, I'm not doing the same thing all the time. That's where the variety comes in. I write weekly scripts for my stories, sure, but I also have plenty of other things that keep me occupied and engaged. I blog, I post to social media, I do some cover postwork, I answer email and messageboard posts, I chat with my fellow creators, I promote the site,  I plan future stories, I upload the new updates, I pay bills, and whatever else needs to be done on a daily basis. It is that variety that keeps me from getting bored with doing the same old thing night after night, and keeps me from going insane. :)

Also, I always make sure to keep some variety among the stories I'm working on. I don't know the last time I only had one story in progress at any one time. Right now I have five in various stages - "The Chrome Virus", "The Omega Mystery", and "Tights Club" are actively updating on a weekly or monthly basis. "Employee Orientation" and "Slaves to Fashion" are in the pre-production stage and will start up soon. These stories are illustrated by four different artists, who as a group help to keep me fresh and excited about the work. The storylines are also different, which helps to keep my mind churning and pumping out new ideas. The last thing any writer or artist wants to do is get stagnant, and I think this sort of variety helps to keep that from happening.

So, if you ever feel like you're running out of gas and having trouble getting motivated to work, stop for a moment and consider what the real issue might be. Are you mentally fatigued? Give yourself a break. Are you creatively exhausted? Try working on something else for a while. Or, find someone to work with who may renew your zest for the creative process.

Many creators get that feeling of burnout once in a while. However, there are things you can do to keep it from happening to you.
Most of you who have read my work know that most of my comics tend to specialize in the 'sexy robot' fetish, specifically the transformation of a human woman into an obedient robot. But why? What is it about this particular fetish that entices me?

The short answer is... I don't know. There's just something about it that is difficult to explain. The long answer is... well, how much time do you have?

My specific fetish usually (but not always) involves the transformation of a human female into an obedient robot or cyborg. To that end, there are several important components that make up the fantasy for me. They are, in no particular order:

- Objectification: The woman essentially becomes an object of sexual desire. She only exists to serve and pleasure her master.
- Transformation: The subject is changed somehow. Always mentally, usually physically as well. She becomes something more than what she was before.
- Force: Typically, but not always, the woman is transformed against her will - aghast at the prospect of what she is about to become, yet unable to stop its inevitability.
- Obedience: The woman is 'programmed' to serve her master without question. Every fiber in her being exists to achieve that goal.
- Technology: The woman is usually altered via futuristic technology. She wears electronic devices or is implanted with cybernetics to keep her under control.
- Logic: Emotion, personality, and memories are removed from her mind. She has little or no recall of her past life, unless her master requires it.
- Artificiality: Not only must the woman's mind be changed, but her body as well. Perhaps her skin is altered to give it an artificial (plastic or metal) appearance?
- Posture: Nothing catches my eyes more than a good, stiff, 'at attention' posture.
- Attire: It might be something as simple as wearing a shiny metallic bodysuit. Or, it could be more elaborate and futuristic. Either way, whatever she wears should reflect her newfound submissive and mechanical nature.
- Mindlessness: When 'at rest', the robot should be mentally and physically idling and waiting for her next command. Not a thought should be running through that reprogrammed brain of hers. Extra points if the face is blank and vacant.
- Bodaciousness: I'll admit, I'm a boob man. I don't like things to get out of control, but she should be more stacked than your average girl. The attentive posture and tight clothing I mentioned above only serve to embellish this feature.
- Enhancements: If the subject is lacking in any particular area, part of her transformation should attend to to that deficit and turn it into an asset.
- Pleasure: She must be good in the sack. If she wasn't before, her programming will see to it. That seems obvious, but I'll put it on the list anyway.
- Rigidity: Everything the woman does will have a mechanical look and feel to it. She will move a little more stiffly, a little more methodically, a little more *robotically* then she did as a 'normal' human.

There are probably a couple more points than I'm forgetting, but those are the important ones for sure.

So, I guess if you put all (or at least most) of them together you come up with my idea of the perfect sexy robot fantasy. I know it isn't for everyone, but if there are even a few of you out there who feel the same way then we know what we aren't alone in this fucked up world of ours.

Does this fantasy even remotely approximate your own? Or does something else that we do really push your buttons?

- Doc

P.S.- This should go without saying, but this is ONLY a fantasy for me. It is NOT real. I may be a mad scientist, but I'm not crazy. :P

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Welcome to my deviantART page! My pen name is "Doctor Robo", and I am a co-founder, writer, and editor for Metrobay Comix. We are a small team of writers and artists who create digital adult/erotic comics based in the fictional city of Metrobay. Find us on the web at the following locations:

Metrobay Comix website - metrobaycomix.com
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One of the toughest parts of producing a long-form serial comic is avoiding the inevitable burnout that comes with publishing 15+ pages week after week. While the job is too much fun to ever say it's a 'grind', there is a certain amount of creative and deadline pressure that comes with the territory, and if precautions aren't taken writers and artists can find themselves getting burned out rather easily.

So what are my suggestions? Two words: Vacation and variety.

I feel it is extremely important to make sure you give yourself the opportunity to take some time off from your work every now and then. I generally spend anywhere from three to five hours a night working on our MetrobayComix.com business, but even with that work - which amounts to a second job - I make sure I make time to enjoy other pursuits. Basically you have to have a hobby to distract yourself from your hobby.

Even within those three to five hours a night, I'm not doing the same thing all the time. That's where the variety comes in. I write weekly scripts for my stories, sure, but I also have plenty of other things that keep me occupied and engaged. I blog, I post to social media, I do some cover postwork, I answer email and messageboard posts, I chat with my fellow creators, I promote the site,  I plan future stories, I upload the new updates, I pay bills, and whatever else needs to be done on a daily basis. It is that variety that keeps me from getting bored with doing the same old thing night after night, and keeps me from going insane. :)

Also, I always make sure to keep some variety among the stories I'm working on. I don't know the last time I only had one story in progress at any one time. Right now I have five in various stages - "The Chrome Virus", "The Omega Mystery", and "Tights Club" are actively updating on a weekly or monthly basis. "Employee Orientation" and "Slaves to Fashion" are in the pre-production stage and will start up soon. These stories are illustrated by four different artists, who as a group help to keep me fresh and excited about the work. The storylines are also different, which helps to keep my mind churning and pumping out new ideas. The last thing any writer or artist wants to do is get stagnant, and I think this sort of variety helps to keep that from happening.

So, if you ever feel like you're running out of gas and having trouble getting motivated to work, stop for a moment and consider what the real issue might be. Are you mentally fatigued? Give yourself a break. Are you creatively exhausted? Try working on something else for a while. Or, find someone to work with who may renew your zest for the creative process.

Many creators get that feeling of burnout once in a while. However, there are things you can do to keep it from happening to you.

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persson121 Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2014
Can't you do a comic when a woman transform a man into a statue? Like "pleasure Island" :)
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Doctor-Robo Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2014  Professional Writer
We may be able to do something like that, if there is enough interest. Thanks for the suggestion!
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drunkovic Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014
I would like to see that happend in metrobay comix :)
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Doctor-Robo Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014  Professional Writer
Hi there. Thanks for the comment. What exactly would you like to see happen?
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persson121 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014
I think it is enough of interest of that.

I have a suggestion. We say that a bunch of women and a bunch of men get captured by an evil female doctor with white coat. An evil genie!

They wake up naked in a battle stadium without even knowing where it is. But they know each other. They hear a voice from a speaker that this is a game and the winner is the one who does not turns to a statue. Each player gets a plaster gun and the time counts down as it were hide and seek. When the time is decremented game begins. Then the men have to turn the women statues and women have to turn men into statues. If they all refuse to turn everyone into statues.

Another suggestion is that an evil doctor (white coat) captures men and turns them into statues and then sell them to women.
The doctor has different methods to transform men into statues and she pumps the men with viagra before she pushes the statue
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