Man, it sure is a good thing that butts provide so much padding! That said, Brian claims drawing someone in this position is "difficult," because it could easily become "awkward." To that I say, if you're getting something out of this other than mild amusement about a sk8er girl not being able to rollerskate, you're probably a perv and should go home and rethink your life. (Maybe selling deathsticks is a better path for you!) Perhaps I made it worse by deciding to wear black clothes, so giving an indication of form and structure is "harder," but maybe it's also just that Brian's a sucky artist and should realize that I'm pushing him into greater artistic frontiers!
Regardless of any of that, there are now thirty of these, and I think that's pretty impressive. After all, Brian could have just thrown himself entirely into a pit of depression and despair, feeling stressed and miserable about graduate school. But, instead, he only does that most of the time, and other times, he is making me look like a badass (or in this week's case, someone who can put her ass to good use when falling from a minimal height). He's also continuing to put out Polarnoids, and Brandy de Hex: Certified Sorceress will soon be returning to complete a story arc that began nearly two years ago! (Maybe after that, Brandy will come out more regularly...We'll see.) There might also be other things in the works, but I don't want to make any promises, since then Brian will look like an idiot if he doesn't get to them, and it's only sometimes fun to make Brian look like an idiot.
So, until we meet again, you should keep up on Polarnoids, and maybe re-read Brandy de Hex (or read it for the first time), so that you're nicely prepared when that working witch weturns to the web! (Sorry, but Elmer Fudd had to help with the alliteration there.) Also, if you're ever interested, you can hover your mouse (or press and hold on your smartphone) over any Libby and any newer Polarnoids comic, and you might receive a special bonus surprise! A lot of webcomics do this, but if you're—I don't know—a 60-year-old woman who isn't as up on all the webcomic trends that her son is, you might like to know about that.