I think I may have an idea of what's going on, but I'm worried that I'm wrong and that Snippy and Captain and all that we knew is lost. But also, they are there... sort of. But not... I don't know. I'm confused. Still looking forward to each update and loving the art. Miss the post apocayptic scenery though. Is the world really destroyed? And will it get back somehow? Did Captain drink the black hole? Did Engie survive? What hapened to Stalky and ... uh, the... machine... computer... what's "her" name? Anyway, it IS a little too much at the moment and it is hard to understand and keep a focus on anything. But I'm pretty sure it'll show us sooner or later and make sense again.
*lol* That, I'm sure it does. If it was me, it'd be one update a year instead of once a week! It's just... I wanna know NOOOW!!! Anyway, it's an awesome comic and I hope you will keep it up, even if some people give up too early.
It could have done without the boobs (not hating on boobs, I love boobs, just in this context they don't serve any purpose) - I sort of liked it better when the gender and sex of the characters wasn't being elaborated on.
I like the story. I don't get it most of the time, but I don't feel like I need to get it. A bit like poetry, I guess. I'm thinking you should be careful about that, though, because if the plot gets too hard to grasp people might stop caring about it, and for a story that's never a good thing. RA is like a surreal painting - if it gets too wild, it's going to end up abstract rather than surreal. (Not saying that abstract art is lesser than surreal - just that if you aim to make something surreal and it ends up abstract, then that's missing the goal a little.)
Also, I love the art. And as a project, with all these people contributing? It's awesome. That alone is a reason to still stick with RA.
It is a bit confusing at first, but we get more and more bits with each comic to piece together. I don't mind waiting until the whole picture is laid out. Til then, it's fun to debate what exactly it all means. Have to add that artwork is always stunning.