History Webcomic / Mulberry

23rd Apr '16 7:20:29 PM dsneybuf
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* HilaritySues: Happens to Mulberry in "Bunheads". [[spoiler:After she helps a girl named Lexus get vaccinated, Lexus' hipster parents sue Mulberry over the possibility that the vaccines gave her autism.]]
19th Apr '16 11:07:49 PM dsneybuf
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''Mulberry'' made a leap to the printed page in 2012, when Peter Paltridge began including new comics of hers in his periodical, ''BANG! The Entertainment Paper''.

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''Mulberry'' made a leap to the printed page in 2012, when Peter Paltridge began including new comics of hers in his periodical, ''BANG! The Entertainment Paper''.
Magazine''.
14th Mar '16 10:37:08 AM dsneybuf
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* CrossCastRole: "My Fat Lady" depicts a cross-dressing Tracy Morgan as the fourth member of the "entirely female" Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}, instead of Leslie Jones. [[spoiler:The ending also reveals that Kristen Schaal will don men's clothing to play a male Ghostbuster.]]

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* CrossCastRole: "My Fat Lady" depicts a cross-dressing Tracy Morgan as the fourth member of the "entirely female" Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}, Film/{{Ghostbusters| 2016}}, instead of Leslie Jones. [[spoiler:The ending also reveals that Kristen Schaal will don men's clothing to play a male Ghostbuster.]]



* FatComicRelief: Deconstructed in "My Fat Lady". Mulberry admits believing that pigeonholing Creator/MelissaMcCarthy into this role limited her comedic range to simply embarrassing herself for fame and money, and tries to help her re-develop a classier and less shameful sense of humor in preparation for her upcoming ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' role.

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* FatComicRelief: Deconstructed in "My Fat Lady". Mulberry admits believing that pigeonholing Creator/MelissaMcCarthy into this role limited her comedic range to simply embarrassing herself for fame and money, and tries to help her re-develop a classier and less shameful sense of humor in preparation for her upcoming ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/Ghostbusters2016'' role.



* SimilarlyNamedWorks: [[invoked]] When Taffy hears about a new ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' movie in "My Fat Lady", she asks who'll play Ansa-Bone and the gorilla, two characters from ''WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters''.

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* SimilarlyNamedWorks: [[invoked]] When Taffy hears about a new ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' movie ''Film/Ghostbusters2016'' in "My Fat Lady", she asks who'll play Ansa-Bone and the gorilla, two characters from ''WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters''.
11th Feb '16 12:54:23 PM dsneybuf
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* CrossCastRole: "My Fat Lady" depicts a cross-dressing Creator/TracyMorgan as the fourth member of the "entirely female" Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}, instead of Leslie Jones. [[spoiler:The ending also reveals that Kristen Schaal will don men's clothing to play a male Ghostbuster.]]

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* CrossCastRole: "My Fat Lady" depicts a cross-dressing Creator/TracyMorgan Tracy Morgan as the fourth member of the "entirely female" Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}, instead of Leslie Jones. [[spoiler:The ending also reveals that Kristen Schaal will don men's clothing to play a male Ghostbuster.]]
11th Feb '16 12:54:07 PM dsneybuf
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* CrossCastRole: "My Fat Lady" depicts a cross-dressing Creator/TracyMorgan as the fourth member of the "entirely female" Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}, instead of Leslie Jones. [[spoiler:The ending also reveals that Kristen Schaal will don men's clothing to play a male Ghostbuster.]]
11th Nov '15 9:50:05 AM dsneybuf
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* RuleOfFunny: Regarding "Outtatime", the only obvious reason the Cafe '80s would sell Pepsi with artificial sweeteners (which the cashier refers to, "Pepsi Worse-Than-Before") instead of Pepsi Throwback and/or Pepsi Made With Real Sugar involves showing Marty's disgusted reaction to drinking the reformulated soda.

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* RuleOfFunny: Regarding "Outtatime", "Outatime", the only obvious reason the Cafe '80s would sell Pepsi with artificial sweeteners (which the cashier refers to, "Pepsi Worse-Than-Before") instead of Pepsi Throwback and/or Pepsi Made With Real Sugar involves showing Marty's disgusted reaction to drinking the reformulated soda.
9th Nov '15 11:03:27 AM dsneybuf
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* InsistentTerminology: Mulberry, Taffy, and Jezebel [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/mulberry/index.php?issue=23&page=3 insist]] in "Jeboozled" that men always refer to those of the female gender as "women" instead of, "girls", although [[NWordPrivileges women can call each other girls.]]

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* InsistentTerminology: Mulberry, Taffy, and Jezebel [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/mulberry/index.php?issue=23&page=3 insist]] in "Jeboozled" that men always refer to those of the people with a female gender as "women" instead of, "girls", although [[NWordPrivileges women can call each other girls.]]
9th Nov '15 11:03:03 AM dsneybuf
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* InsistentTerminology: Mulberry, Taffy, and Jezebel [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/mulberry/index.php?issue=23&page=3 insist]] in "Jeboozled" that men always refer to females as "women" instead of, "girls", although [[NWordPrivileges women can call each other girls.]]

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* InsistentTerminology: Mulberry, Taffy, and Jezebel [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/mulberry/index.php?issue=23&page=3 insist]] in "Jeboozled" that men always refer to females those of the female gender as "women" instead of, "girls", although [[NWordPrivileges women can call each other girls.]]
22nd Oct '15 11:58:15 AM dsneybuf
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* WhatIf: "Outatime" relies heavily on the thought of the events of ''Film/BackToTheFuturePartII'' landing Marty, Doc, and Jennifer in a 2015 shaped by the actions of the obscenely wealthy and powerful Biff seen in the "1985A" sequence of the movie. (''BTTF II'' had them leave 2015 right before the DelayedRippleEffect of Biff's alterations of the past kicked in.)

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* WhatIf: "Outatime" relies heavily on the thought of the events of ''Film/BackToTheFuturePartII'' landing Marty, Doc, and Jennifer in a 2015 shaped by the actions of the obscenely wealthy and powerful Biff seen in the "1985A" sequence of the movie. (''BTTF II'' had them leave 2015 right before the DelayedRippleEffect of Biff's alterations of changes to the past kicked in.in, and also included a moment in which Doc gunned down Marty's idea to go back to 2015 and stop old Biff from stealing the [=DeLorean=], explaining that plan would only send them to a future altered by those changes.)
22nd Oct '15 11:51:36 AM dsneybuf
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* WhatIf: "Outatime" relies heavily on the thought of the events of ''Film/BackToTheFuturePartII'' landing Marty, Doc, and Jennifer in a 2015 shaped by the actions of the obscenely wealthy and powerful Biff seen in the "1985A" sequence of the movie.

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* WhatIf: "Outatime" relies heavily on the thought of the events of ''Film/BackToTheFuturePartII'' landing Marty, Doc, and Jennifer in a 2015 shaped by the actions of the obscenely wealthy and powerful Biff seen in the "1985A" sequence of the movie. (''BTTF II'' had them leave 2015 right before the DelayedRippleEffect of Biff's alterations of the past kicked in.)
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