Yep, several times, mainly to deal with issues beyond the fourth wall.
I’m not a hardcore Tumblr-er, but I do like to keep an eye on things.
If I had the power of divine time and effort management skills, I would probably strive for two or three batches of answers per week.
I wish I could draw the comics more frequently as well, but, as you probably know, other obligations put constraints on that. Artists who can regularly update their ongoing projects over a long period of time never fail to impress me.
Sad to say, I have no intention of involving fans in such a direct manner, except maybe under very specific circumstances. This is out of considerations for both practicality and fairness to all my readers. However, if one is really eager to imagine themselves in the Raptormaniacs universe, that’s what the realm of fan work is for! Meanwhile, the askblog already allows readers to interact with the characters, which is probably more than what many other comics provide.
Sorry to say, you are incorrect. But you wouldn’t be the first reader to have made that assumption!
I noticed, but almost everyone makes that mistake at some point (including myself)! Once you get more practice, you will be less likely to slip up.
You are correct that birds are dinosaurs and that ground sloths are sloths, but not everyone is as familiar with paleontology as you are! Unfortunately, many are not willing to learn from school courses or museum displays either. This is why it’s often important to inspire curiosity in a subject when you are trying to teach it to others. Chances are you will not be successful in doing so with everyone, but the moments when you do pull it off can make the effort worth it.