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Hello everyone.  I'm new here to the female muscle population, and to a great degree the internet itself.  Fortunately, my character Quadra-Blu is know to many of you here from her appearances in the '90's era MAX REP cartoon series that ran in MUSCUAR DEVELOPMENT magazine.  Several of you have asked me over the past years to bring her back, and for a while there seemed no where to bring her back too.  I must thank AREA ORION for bringing to my attention a possible audience: you guyz and girlz here in this realm.

Starting with the weeks to come I hope to bring you weird weekly stories centered around cerulian-haired Quadra-Blu.  I will try and bring a unique vision based on surrealistic-but-logical adventure with a subtle sexy edge. I also want to bring you suitable art, tho' not labor-intensive, that will show a sense of muscle mixed with grace, proportion and motion.

Constructive comments are welcome, and I'll try my best to respond in a timely manner if a response is required.

This whole online thing is an experiment, and I hope it will be worthwhile for muscle/adventure fans.
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Rasmane May 24, 2011   Traditional Artist
Two best named bodybuilder/muscle characters ever, by the way!
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LymanDally May 25, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you Rasmane. I wouldn't mind seeing how the Deviants play with that color blue. BTW, which "two" names did you mean? I'm assuming one is Quadra-Blu...
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Rasmane May 26, 2011   Traditional Artist
The other is the mighty Max Rep, of course. “Razer-Cutt” comes in a close third. Mostly to irk him over placing. :laughing:
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LymanDally May 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks, and I appreciate that you remember so much from the old Max Rep series. The name "Max Rep" comes from the term "maximum repetition" which was a big training buzzword back in the 80's. Razer-Cutt was indeed created to cause problems for Max (plus I needed a super-ripped character to offset Max's mass). Well, now I'm talking like a real comics geek....
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Rasmane May 27, 2011   Traditional Artist
Geekiness (if we must label “it”) is appreciated when it leads to comics and stories like yours and others that reward the audience for paying attention!
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LymanDally May 30, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks much! A good "read" is my biggest challenge with this endeavor. The technology in housing an ongoing cartoon of this type is limited, so art and story have to be good w'out being laborious, shallow or boring. Please stay with me a while on it!
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Rasmane Jun 5, 2011   Traditional Artist
I’ve been a reader since the Muscular Development strips and the direct-sales Max Rep comic, so I think I’ll stick around for the new stuff! I have to remember to thank the guy who lit a fire under your Quadra plans, so to speak.
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LymanDally Jun 5, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks Rasmane. Area Orion would be the fire-starter. AO helped convince me that there might be enuff possible fans out there to bring Quadra online. I'm hoping he's right, but I'm sure he would appreciate any "thank yews" for the effort.
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Rasmane May 24, 2011   Traditional Artist
Show us how it’s done, Lyman! That particular shade of blue will be ubiquitous here before you’re through!
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DavidCMatthews May 20, 2011  Professional General Artist
Looking forward to the new adventures of Quadra-Blu!
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