History Webcomic / FriendlyHostility

3rd Nov '17 7:47:07 AM XFllo
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* AgeGapRomance: Ding Yi is sixteen years old while her lover is thirty-four. Wei Wei thought she was older because they were both at a bar when they met.

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* AgeGapRomance: Ding Yi Derringer is sixteen years old while her lover 25 and has a crush on his boss, Leslie Rudd, who is thirty-four. Wei Wei thought she was older because they were both at in his late 40s. Kitty, who is 23, also has a bar when they met.crush on Leslie (who is apparently very attractive to younger people). Leslie eventually does go out with Derringer. ... And also possibly with Kitty as well, making this Age Gap Romance also a case of polyamory.
3rd Nov '17 7:46:15 AM XFllo
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* AgeGapRomance: Ding Yi is sixteen years old while her lover is thirty-four. Wei Wei thought she was older because they were both at a bar when they met.
27th Aug '16 3:17:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* AscendedExtra: Fox's mom and dad become main characters for the most part in friendly hostility. Though they appeared in a very short appearance in one story line in BoyMeetsBoy. Uncle Rafi also was just a one-time unnamed pervert oggling Harley's sister breastfeeding her kid in public in the previous comic.

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* AscendedExtra: Fox's mom and dad become main characters for the most part in friendly hostility. Though they appeared in a very short appearance in one story line in BoyMeetsBoy.Webcomic/BoyMeetsBoy. Uncle Rafi also was just a one-time unnamed pervert oggling Harley's sister breastfeeding her kid in public in the previous comic.
19th Aug '16 6:44:27 AM Morgenthaler
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Friendly Hostility ended in July 2009. It is currently replaced with the new comic, ''OtherPeoplesBusiness,'' which has already shaken the fanbase only a few weeks into its run. Because the thought of a world without Stan doing a webcomic is terrifying.

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Friendly Hostility ended in July 2009. It is currently replaced with the new comic, ''OtherPeoplesBusiness,'' ''Webcomic/OtherPeoplesBusiness,'' which has already shaken the fanbase only a few weeks into its run. Because the thought of a world without Stan doing a webcomic is terrifying.



** Word of God is that the comic ended when it did so that the Cerebus Syndrome wouldn't deepen, [[spoiler: in the sense that it ends with a note of hope rather than seeing Fox and Collin's relationship's eventual breakdown pre-''[[OtherPeoplesBusiness OPB]]''.)]]

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** Word of God is that the comic ended when it did so that the Cerebus Syndrome wouldn't deepen, [[spoiler: in the sense that it ends with a note of hope rather than seeing Fox and Collin's relationship's eventual breakdown pre-''[[OtherPeoplesBusiness pre-''[[Webcomic/OtherPeoplesBusiness OPB]]''.)]]



** A more accidental - and meta - version occurs with the launch of ''OtherPeoplesBusiness'' - some fans have expressed concern that they won't be able to look back on F.H.'s fluffy and romantic moments without thinking about the impending doom of the sequel comics. It remains to be seen whether FanDisillusionment, AlternateUniverse - ing, [[AbandonShipping abandoning of the 'ship]] or good old FanonDisContinuity will win out.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: outcome #1 suggested by the author, which would have seen Fox and Collin mending their relationship after the surprisingly sensible move of attending counselling, resulting in kids and a happy marriage. Some fans have opted to see this as the "true" ending and sidelined OtherPeoplesBusiness as an alternative continuity. The author herself has said this is okay by her.
* EasilyForgiven: Collin's parents. Even though he claims he has more cunning motives for reconciling, ''OtherPeoplesBusiness'' suggests that he ''did'' actually forgive him for the two-or-three years they utterly abandoned him. Fox even lampshades this. Also [[spoiler: Leon, although whether Collin recognises him as the carjacker is up for debate.]]

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** A more accidental - and meta - version occurs with the launch of ''OtherPeoplesBusiness'' ''Webcomic/OtherPeoplesBusiness'' - some fans have expressed concern that they won't be able to look back on F.H.'s fluffy and romantic moments without thinking about the impending doom of the sequel comics. It remains to be seen whether FanDisillusionment, AlternateUniverse - ing, [[AbandonShipping abandoning of the 'ship]] or good old FanonDisContinuity will win out.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: outcome #1 suggested by the author, which would have seen Fox and Collin mending their relationship after the surprisingly sensible move of attending counselling, resulting in kids and a happy marriage. Some fans have opted to see this as the "true" ending and sidelined OtherPeoplesBusiness Webcomic/OtherPeoplesBusiness as an alternative continuity. The author herself has said this is okay by her.
* EasilyForgiven: Collin's parents. Even though he claims he has more cunning motives for reconciling, ''OtherPeoplesBusiness'' ''Webcomic/OtherPeoplesBusiness'' suggests that he ''did'' actually forgive him for the two-or-three years they utterly abandoned him. Fox even lampshades this. Also [[spoiler: Leon, although whether Collin recognises him as the carjacker is up for debate.]]
5th Jun '16 2:01:10 PM nombretomado
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** In one Halloween page you can catch the main characters of PushingDaisies in a crowd shot.

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** In one Halloween page you can catch the main characters of PushingDaisies ''Series/PushingDaisies'' in a crowd shot.
20th Apr '16 8:47:52 AM StFan
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* TheUnpronounceable: The Demon and his brother. Attempts to pronounce their names cause nosebleeds, {{spontaneous combustion}}, etc.

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* TheUnpronounceable: The Demon and his brother. Attempts to pronounce their names cause nosebleeds, {{spontaneous human combustion}}, etc.
18th Jan '16 6:47:34 PM jormis29
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* TheUnpronounceable: The Demon and his brother. Attempts to pronounce their names cause nosebleeds, spontaneous combustion, etc.

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* TheUnpronounceable: The Demon and his brother. Attempts to pronounce their names cause nosebleeds, spontaneous combustion, {{spontaneous combustion}}, etc.
14th Mar '15 12:35:46 PM TheUnsquished
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''[[http://friendlyhostility.com Friendly Hostility]]'', by Sandra Stanley, is the SpinOff series of an earlier comic called ''BoyMeetsBoy''. It's one of those webcomics that's difficult to describe.

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''[[http://friendlyhostility.com Friendly Hostility]]'', by Sandra Stanley, is the SpinOff series of an earlier comic called ''BoyMeetsBoy''.''Webcomic/BoyMeetsBoy''. It's one of those webcomics that's difficult to describe.



* {{Irony}}: Present throughout the comic, but especially notable at the very end/switchover to OPB. For example, by the end of the comic, sociable and likable Fox finds himself with only one real friend (Derringer) while anti-social Collin has built up a network for himself. An even longer reaching example occurs between the end of FH and the beginning of OPB: in ''FriendlyHostility'' Fox was keen to be a dad, but the commentary stated that Collin didn't like kids and convincing him to deal with them would be a problem. The irony strikes at the beginning of the sequel comic: [[spoiler: Fox doesn't seem to have fatherhood on his mind at all, as he is both single and slightly paranoid...''Collin'', however, has a stepdaughter -- he might not get on particularly well with her, but she didn't stop him marrying Leon.]]

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* {{Irony}}: Present throughout the comic, but especially notable at the very end/switchover to OPB. For example, by the end of the comic, sociable and likable Fox finds himself with only one real friend (Derringer) while anti-social Collin has built up a network for himself. An even longer reaching example occurs between the end of FH and the beginning of OPB: in ''FriendlyHostility'' ''Friendly Hostility'' Fox was keen to be a dad, but the commentary stated that Collin didn't like kids and convincing him to deal with them would be a problem. The irony strikes at the beginning of the sequel comic: [[spoiler: Fox doesn't seem to have fatherhood on his mind at all, as he is both single and slightly paranoid...''Collin'', however, has a stepdaughter -- he might not get on particularly well with her, but she didn't stop him marrying Leon.]]
14th Jun '14 3:04:29 PM WaterBlap
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* NaughtyTentacles: Discussed and DoubleSubverted with N.
30th Dec '13 8:48:59 AM Discar
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* HotMom: Nefi, as pointed out by several characters in one comic, though as time goes on and the character age, she slowly starts to lose her figure and youthful appearance.



** In one halloween page you can catch the main characters of PushingDaisies in a crowd shot.

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** In one halloween Halloween page you can catch the main characters of PushingDaisies in a crowd shot.
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