History ComicBook / MonicasGang

11th Jun '16 10:58:53 AM Miumia
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** Jimmy Five devotes his existences to annoy and mess with Monica. In return, she beats him up to a pulp. Never stopped either of them of referring to each other first and foremost as "friends", and they will come to each other's aid whenever necessary.

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** Jimmy Five devotes his existences existence to annoy and mess with Monica. In return, she beats him up to a pulp. Never stopped either of them of referring to each other first and foremost as "friends", and they will come to each other's aid whenever necessary.
11th Jun '16 10:58:25 AM Miumia
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* VitriolicBestBuds:
** Jimmy Five devotes his existences to annoy and mess with Monica. In return, she beats him up to a pulp. Never stopped either of them of referring to each other first and foremost as "friends", and they will come to each other's aid whenever necessary.
** Maggy and her NonHumanSidekick Vanilla, also have a bit of this going on. [[KindheartedCatLover While she adores the cat and spoils him rotten]], and Vanilla does care for her a lot more than he lets out (in fact, he's shown several times that he's secretly afraid that she'll grow tired of him eventually), most of their stories together are about them going at each other like [[SitcomArchnemesis sitcom arch-nemesises]], and when not being lovable they are decidedly snarky towards each other.
11th Jun '16 10:45:18 AM Miumia
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* BigBrotherInstinct: Jimmy has this towards Mary Angela, though he can a bit of a BigBrotherBully on occasion (some stories [[PlayedForLaughs play it for laughs]], but even in those he's never portrayed as being on the right when he acts like this). He never wants to take care of her, said she had a "knee-like" face when she was born (which was sort of understandable, since he was around five years-old), and overall tends to see her as a AnnoyingYoungerSibling. One story [[{{Flanderization}} takes it to the extreme]] by having him taking Mary Angela for a walk... ''in a dog collar''. Despite this, he's never outright mean to her on purpose, several stories show that he can take care of her in a extremely competent manner, and often stops her from accidentally hurting herself ([[AwesomeMoment once he actually saved her from nearly being ran by a car while crawling close to the street]]).
11th Jun '16 10:27:45 AM Miumia
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* FantasyKitchenSink: No, seriously. You have horror-inspired characters, dinosaurs, talking animals, aliens, Brazilian folklore, angels and demons, and sometimes superheroes or fairies, all in the same comic and continuity, though not always interacting with each other's groups. The thumb rule seems to be that, if it needs to be real for the sake of that story, it's real.


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* GenerationXerox: One story shows Mr. Five telling Jimmy about [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything a plump, bossy girl from his childhood memories who walked around with a doll in which he loved to make knots in its arms and legs solely to piss the owner off. The girl used to retaliate by running after and hitting him with the doll]], and Mr. Five remembers how despite the danger element, [[BelligerentSexualTension he just couldn't stop messing with her, and they were always together as a result while time passed...]] Jimmy is astounded by the obvious similarity between his father's childhood and his own, and asks what became of that girl. The living room's door is suddenly opened by Mrs. Five coming back from the supermarket, and Mr. Five answers Jimmy with a fond smile "Speak of the devil...". [[GirlsHaveCooties Jimmy doesn't take it too well at the end of the story]], but knowing he and Monica are the OfficialCouple, GenerationXerox was still on point.


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* LoveMakesYouDumb: Or, in a variation, extremely incompetent. Franklin finds out in one comic this is the reason most of his invents didn't work as planned; his crush on Marina made it hard for him to concentrate. Upon hearing this, Smudge suggests that Jimmy might be in love too, [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption and that's why his plans never work]]. Jimmy vehemently denies, [[ShipTease but in the next (and final) panel he's dreamily thinking about Monica, with hearts drawn around her in the thought bubble]].
9th Jun '16 7:44:23 PM nombretomado
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** Manga Issue #35 had a lot of them. A costume party with the characthers dressed as many famous figures such as: Franklin as SherlockHolmes, Sunny as [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]], Todd as [[SuperMarioBros Mario]], Marina as Dorothy from Oz, Jeremiah as Mace Windu, Tikara as SamuraiJack, Denise as Harley Quinn and many others.

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** Manga Issue #35 had a lot of them. A costume party with the characthers characters dressed as many famous figures such as: Franklin as SherlockHolmes, Sunny as [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]], Todd as [[SuperMarioBros Mario]], Marina as Dorothy from Oz, Jeremiah as Mace Windu, Tikara as SamuraiJack, WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack, Denise as Harley Quinn and many others.
9th Jun '16 8:38:07 AM Dedars1
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* FreeRangeChildren: Actually averted. In most stories the children are wandering around their neighborhood (and we never get to see just how big it is), but several stories show that they all have a limit imposed by their parents of how far they can go by themselves.

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* FreeRangeChildren: Actually averted. Zigzagged. In most stories the children are wandering around their neighborhood (and we never get to see just how big it is), but several stories show that they all have a limit imposed by their parents of how far they can go by themselves.themselves (and it's strange how children that visited other planets and dimensions have limits at all).
8th Jun '16 6:49:38 AM Dedars1
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** Monica, who is basically a brazilian [[{{Twilight}} Bella Swann]]. There's also Bucky, who became a massive sexist, controlling asshat even after his break-up with Isabel.

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** Monica, who is basically a brazilian [[{{Twilight}} Bella Swann]]. [[spoiler:UpToEleven in #94, in which the character jumps to disgusting levels of jerkassery, especially in the ending]].
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There's also Bucky, who became a massive sexist, controlling asshat even after his break-up with Isabel.
26th May '16 9:56:14 PM Miumia
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* YouMeddlingKids: In a particularly {{Troperiffic}} story in which Nutty Ned and Jimmy Five respectively disguise themselves as [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Sherlock Holmes and Watson]] in order to figure out Samson's disappearance and find that TheButlerDidIt, the guilty butler says this line, prompting Jimmy to lampshade the [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo shout-out]], since there are ''no'' meddling kids in the case.

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* YouMeddlingKids: In a particularly {{Troperiffic}} story in which Nutty Ned and Jimmy Five respectively disguise themselves as [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Sherlock Holmes and Watson]] respectively in order to figure out solve Samson's disappearance and find that TheButlerDidIt, the guilty butler says this line, prompting Jimmy to lampshade the [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo shout-out]], since there are ''no'' meddling kids in the case.
25th May '16 4:40:54 PM Miumia
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* YouMeddlingKids: In a particularly {{Troperiffic}} story in which Nutty Ned and Jimmy Five respectively disguise themselves as [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Sherlock Holmes and Watson]] in order to figure out Samson's disappearance and find that TheButlerDidIt, the guilty butler says this line, propmpting Jimmy to lampshade the [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo shout-out]], since there are ''no'' meddling kids in the case.

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* YouMeddlingKids: In a particularly {{Troperiffic}} story in which Nutty Ned and Jimmy Five respectively disguise themselves as [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Sherlock Holmes and Watson]] in order to figure out Samson's disappearance and find that TheButlerDidIt, the guilty butler says this line, propmpting prompting Jimmy to lampshade the [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo shout-out]], since there are ''no'' meddling kids in the case.
25th May '16 4:39:14 PM Miumia
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* YouMeddlingKids: In a particularly {{Troperiffic}} story in which Nutty Ned and Jimmy Five respectively disguise themselves as [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Sherlock Holmes and Watson]] in order to figure out Samson's disappearance and find that TheButlerDidIt, the guilty butler says this line, propmpting Jimmy to lampshade the [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo shout-out]], since there are ''no'' meddling kids in the case.
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