Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl




No. 173: “Annapunzel”


Libby Sk8er Girl, Issue 173

Created by Brian T. Sullivan
June 19, 2024




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Libby’s Scribb1es

'Sup, Dudes!?

In the immortal words of River Tam: "Too much hair!!!!"

No, but seriously, what's going on here? I have definitely seen Anna's hair down before (like in Episode 126, where we're at the beach), and I struggle to believe that all of this grew in just 47 episodes*. I think Brian's made Anna's hair über long just for the comedy potential…How embarrassing…Trying to be comical in a COMIC of all things! RIDICULOUS!!!

Anyway, did you know that Rapunzel got knocked up in the original version of the story? Okay, well, the original published version by the Brothers Grimm from 1812, at least…But yeah. Apparently, Rapunzel keeps bringing the prince up into her tower for tower activities. The evil witch eventually figures this out when Rapunzel complains that her clothes are tight around her midsection. They apparently changed this in later editions, so that people wouldn't know that Rapunzel and the prince were being unchaste. The prince also gets blinded when the witch tosses him into a bunch of thorns in the original version, and everything is basically very dark and depressing, because of course it is…

This is just my personal opinion, but I kinda don't mind having fantastical/fairy tale things that aren't full of blood and gore and mutilation. Instead, I think a lot of them could use more skateboards and bare midriffs. Speaking of which, when was the last time my skateboard showed up in this comic? Not when was I last seen riding it…How long has it been since my board was even present? I feel like it has to have been nearly a month ago…


That does it!

Brian: Next week's comic needs to feature my skateboard. Ideally, I'll be riding it. And ideally ideally, a certain someone's twin brother will be there too! That is what I request/demand/insist upon. (I promise not to engage in any tower activities! I just think people want to see things like sk8ing and Séamus.)

Get on this, Mister!

L8er Sk8ers!
Libby

* Hey! It's that number that shows up a bunch in Star Trek!