Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl




No. 129: “Libby & Siobhán vs. the French Robot Overlords!”


Libby Sk8er Girl No. 129

Created by Brian T. Sullivan
August 16, 2023




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Libby’s Scribb1es

'Sup, Dudes!?

Anna Log is still out of town (whatever town this is…), but I think she'd be pretty proud of Siobhán and me for what we're doing this week! I mean, Anna's all about that analog stuff, so surely she'd appreciate us using our Mad Mêlée Skillz™ to fight back the oncoming hordes of art bots! As a mere humble (very humble) Sk8er Girl, though, I wouldn't dare to presume to tell people what to think about generative neural networks or anything like that.

The much more important thing to discuss (in my humble [very humble] opinion) is the fact Brian referred to a little statue of Tanjiro, from Demon Slayer to make sure my katana swinging was accurate. So...since Tanjiro is a comic book character himself, that means Brian made a drawing based on a statue based on a drawing that might be based on a real person. Make of that what you will. Note, however, that Tanjiro's a boy, so there were no boobs to get in his way of slashing…Not that I'm bragging about my boobs, because I wouldn't. I am humble (very humble).

Also, not to ruin a joke by explaining it, but the robot on the balcony that Siobhán has impaled said what it did because, according to an Instagram post that one of Brian's friends shared with him, "Chat GPT" sounds like "chat, j'ai pété" in Ye Olde Frenchy, which means "Cat, I farted." So, there you go. It's actually a very erudite reference. And then Siobhán called the robot "petaQ," because she wanted to speak Klingon while using a bat'leth. (I'm telling you, Siobhán is scary in a fight. [Also, her pasties are supposed to be the Klingon emblem, but it's hard to tell.])

My personal hope is that next week will not involve any fighting…Since Anna's been gone, Colonel Bombshell shot a rocket at her neighbor's ad-wrapped minivan, we've had to fight a dragon using nothing but stone knives and bearskins, and we've had to ward off the endless march of progress using—as I said earlier—mêlée weapons. Since I'm humble (very humble), I don't want to brag, but I think we've kicked some definite ass. Nonetheless, it's been exhausting. So, no fighting next week. Something else weird is welcome to happen, but I ain't fightin' it! Then, after next week, Anna will be back, and maybe there will be some stability in the comic again…We'll see!

L8er Sk8ers!
Libby