(Be sure to write “OKAY TO REPRODUCE” and include a name if you want a chance for your letter to be included in a future letters column!)
Libby Sk8er Girl to shows up every Wednesday. You can keep up by checking back here, or by following @bthingsart and/or @starryknightstudios on Instagram!
Brian promises me that this will be the last comic (at least for a while) that I will be transformed into some kind of animal. Personally, I really appreciate that, because it is quite inconvenient to not be a human when you're used to being a human. I mean, how am I supposed to flip Brian off for turning me into these animals if I don't have middle fingers?!? Plus, it looks like Guy Hunkmann is afraid of both bats AND snakes, so he's run away every time I've tried to flirt with him. (On the bright side, I guess that means he's not into bestiality, which is probably for the best…)
Basically, as fun and interesting as it's been to know what it's like to be a human in the form of these animals (since I don't really have the experience of being the animals from the beginning to the end of my life), I'll be very glad to be back to being my OWN species again. (That means the species I normally am, not that I should be an entirely unique species unto myself…) It's just more comfortable to be a human with arms and legs and middle fingers (and thumbs, too). No offense to other animals, though; this is just my personal preference.
Anyway, this is it for this week. Don't complain if you think the Scribb1e is short until you've tried to write it with your tail which is basically just your entire body attached to your head!
Oh, wait…Brian wants me to mention that we got a person (other than his mom) to write an email the other week about whether Colonel Bombshell was the cheater or I was in our cribbage game. That was super cool, but we also realized that we don't really have permission to reproduce it here or give the sender's name out, so in the future, if you send an email, please include "OK TO REPRODUCE" in the subject or at the start of the email, and include a name if you'd like that to be included as well. (Maybe at some point we should set-up a form thing or something, but not today, because that takes effort that Brian claims not to have the mental bandwidth for right now, thanks to school.) Regardless, thanks to that lovely fan for writing in. If you see this, let us know if you want to be credited/responded to in a future Scribb1e!