...Anyway, I'm mostly writing right now to talk about a couple of things. First off, I, in my boredom, created a trio of magical girls, plus a Dark Magical Girl and her boyfriend, two villains in love. While they're not featured at all in Red Hood Rider, I actually think they fit nicely in the Rubyverse. Maybe worthy of a spinoff comic. I might show the drawings later.
The other thing I wanted to talk about, speaking of Red Hood Rider, is about Hannah. More specifically, her characterization. To sum up what she appears to be: a ditzy airhead, who doesn't often get situations, and when she comes to conclusions, does so in unusual manners. (Her CloudCoockoolander tendencies are what she inherits from me.) But even in her introduction, she's so much more than that.
And this will show up many times in the story, but to put it into words...it could be said that her ditzy airheadedness is more of a mask than her literal Aeris form's mask: it allows for her, an otherwise shy, introverted girl, to be more outgoing. She's kind and compassionate to a fault, yet also sharp and perceptive of her friends, at the very least, while capable of talking big.
Does that mean she's not a ditzy airhead, no. She's legitimately a ditzy airhead. But she is generally able to see what's important, the things that really matter, and be it in her shy self with cautious wording or her ditzy airheaded self with humorous unusual reasoning, she can express herself and let the message get through.