Ah! The 4th wall is an imaginary wall between a fictional work and its audience. If a character looks at the camera, or interacts with something they normally can’t (like popping a speech bubble with a pin or referencing their real-life actor), that’s called breaking the 4th wall. Hope this helped!@loveroreo
Hi Doc! Love reading your blog, I found you first through the Lucifer story (reminded me of a friend of mine actually) and then again through your mermaid post and have been hanging around ever since. I looked thru your archive but didn't find this question so hopefully it hasn't been asked before: what is it about horse anatomy that makes their legs so (seemingly) fragile? You'd think being as big as they are, they'd be more all-around solid. Thanks for reading, have a good one!