See, for example, this scene (complete with reference to the

Time Freeze Trolling Spree: Inverted and Played for Laughs. When Peri gets a sugar rush he starts moving at Super Speed so to him it look like everyone is frozen in time. He then spends his time doing good deeds to everyone, thinking they’ll be appreciative and throw him a parade, except when he returns to normal time, nobody believes he was the one who did everything. Title Drop: In “Stuck Together”, Entr fuses Peri to his body and says, “Oh, you know, I just spliced us together with one of the doctor’s machines!” Toothbrush Floor Scrubbing: In “Of Masters and Minions”, Mr Smarty Smarts new robotic minion makes him clean the lair with a toothbrush. He is so scared of her that when the toothbrush breaks, he starts using his tongue. Torches and Pitchforks: Standard riot supplies on Keepaway Island. They even keep a flaming torch in a ‘break glass in case of emergency’ style glass case. Trademark Favorite Food: Entr loves mayonaise. Unfortunate Names: The mole sters, mole/hamster mutants that inhabit the island. Villains Out Shopping: In a second hand revelation of this, it turns out the Mad Scientist was quite the avid bowler. Wheel o’ Feet: This shows up quite a bit. In Entr case, Wheel o’ Udder Teats.

Description Cut: After Shelley escapes another unlikely death, Ryan tells her she’s lucky “the universe isn’t keeping score”. Devil in Disguise: It is revealed that Ryan’s friend Ralph is actually the devil rather than the figure that the comic had presented as such. Double Entendre: Double entendres, especially slightly surreal ones, seem to be a fairly common flirtation technique in this setting; they may be especially popular with female characters. See, for example, this scene (complete with reference to the classic line from To Have and Have Not). Early Installment Weirdness: Go to the start of the comic if you’re more familiar with the later ones or Bad Machinery, or the description at the top of the page and between the early Adobe Illustrator art and completely different character focus, you might wonder if you’re reading the same comic. Even Evil Has Standards: The biker gang have no problem with doing drive by shootings on people who crossed them, but they’re very upset about being led to shoot the wrong person. Everyone Calls Him “Barkeep”: The Boy, and his parents The Father and The Mother. In a slight subversion (or just an eventual retcon), it is revealed that The Boy’s real name is Eustace Boyce, and he became known as The Boy because Elodie the French exchange student couldn’t pronounce his real name. After that, his parents get names too. Everyone Looks Sexier If French: Elodie Everything’s Deader with Zombies: Shelley is resurrected as a zombie after dying. At first she seems hollow and mindless, but her personality returns over time. until she succumbs to full brain eating zombiedom. Face Heel Turn: Several characters, most unexpectedly Ernest. Most obviously, Rachel, which is particularly remarkable because she starts the comic as the central protagonist. Fetch Quest: In the “waiting room” between life and heaven, Leppo says he will tell Shelley the way back to Earth if she gets his false teeth back. Fictional Document: Occasionally, there’s a newspaper article written by (or featuring) Shelley, one of Esther and Sarah’s (and later Shauna and Lottie’s) zines, and others such as the tabloid magazine story where Ella Wickle claimed that Des was her son. Finagle’s Law: Governs much of the stories. Fish People: Desmond Fish Man. But he said it wouldn’t be for long.

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