History Webcomic / PennyAndAggie

12th Feb '16 9:22:44 AM eroock
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'''''[[http://www.pennyandaggie.com/ Penny and Aggie]]''''' is a BettyAndVeronica pastiche with LesYay and a healthy dose of that Creator/TCampbell (of ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}'' fame) weirdness.

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9th Feb '16 11:55:45 AM Spindriver
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* AbusiveParents: The introduction to Charlotte's mother features her slapping her daughter across the face and berating her for doing a private interview with the police, rather than letting her do the talking. During Duane's interview with the cops, he raises his suspicions about such treatment as well, though after the conclusion of Missing Person, [[spoiler: Charlotte's serving out a prison sentence, which finally gets her away from her mother.]]
** Also Charisma, by making it clear multiple times that she resents being a mother and having very little care for her son's feelings, until she loudly declared that he was put on this earth to get in her way and slow her down. In public. In front of hundreds of people.

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* AbusiveParents: AbusiveParents:
**
The introduction to Charlotte's mother features her slapping her daughter across the face and berating her for doing a private interview with the police, rather than letting her do the talking. During Duane's interview with the cops, he raises his suspicions about such treatment as well, though after the conclusion of Missing Person, [[spoiler: Charlotte's "Missing Person," [[spoiler:Charlotte is serving out a prison sentence, sentence -- which finally gets her away from her mother.]]
mother]].
** Also Charisma, by making Charisma makes it clear multiple times that she resents being a mother and having has very little care for her son's feelings, until she loudly declared declares that he was put on this earth to get in her way and slow her down. In public. In front of hundreds of people.
9th Feb '16 11:53:22 AM Spindriver
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* ComingOutStory: Sara. Stan, Aggie, and especially Penny also all appear to be in the early coming-to-grips stages, [[FourLinesAllWaiting and have for quite some time]], although Aggie's moving faster than the others, even actually ''being out to someone'' ([[CampGay Fred]]).
* ComebackTomorrow: In one strip, Aggie held back a comeback deliberately so as not to start a fight with Penny...leading to her suddenly screaming it out at two completely unrelated people well after Penny had left.

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* ComingOutStory: Sara. Stan, Aggie, Sara was the primary case; Aggie and especially Penny also all appear to be ended up walking that path. Other characters, such as Stan, who some readers thought were heading in the early coming-to-grips stages, [[FourLinesAllWaiting and have for quite some time]], although Aggie's moving faster than same direction, never did make the others, even actually ''being out to someone'' ([[CampGay Fred]]).
jump.
* ComebackTomorrow: In one strip, Aggie held back a comeback deliberately so as not to start a fight with Penny...Penny ... leading to her suddenly screaming it out at two completely unrelated people well after Penny had left.



* DefrostingIceQueen: Penny, while she certainly likes male attention, has trouble early on with actual intimacy.By the end of the comic, [[spoiler:she turns a shouting match with Aggie into violently passionate rage sex that demolishes a room and most of the girls' clothes. It's safe to say she's well past this trope now.]]

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* DefrostingIceQueen: DefrostingIceQueen:
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Penny, while she certainly likes male attention, has trouble early on with actual intimacy.By the end of the comic, [[spoiler:she turns a shouting match with Aggie into violently passionate rage sex that demolishes a room and most of the girls' clothes. It's safe to say she's well past this trope now.]]now]].



* FriendsWithBenefits: Stan and Brandi were this on and off for over a year, as were Stan and Cyndi until she started to show her colors.
** And more recently, [[spoiler: Stan and Lisa.]]
* FunbagAirbag: Aggie ran into Karen's breasts during "Dinner for Six"... and was worried because it turned her on a little bit. According to WordOfGod, the fans were meant to take this as the clincher as to whether she liked girls - see ShowDontTell

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* FriendsWithBenefits: FriendsWithBenefits:
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Stan and Brandi were in this state on and off for over a year, as year.
** As
were Stan and Cyndi until she started to show her true colors.
** And more recently, [[spoiler: later, Stan and Lisa.]]
Lisa.
* FunbagAirbag: Aggie ran into Karen's breasts during "Dinner for Six"... and was worried because it turned her on a little bit. According to WordOfGod, the fans were meant to take this as the clincher as to whether she liked girls - girls; see ShowDontTell



* KarmaHoudini: Meg and Samantha for their roles in Karen's schemes and Sam's role later in Cyndi's. Charlotte and Tharqa never faced direct consequences for a bomb scare attempt and a false rape accusation, though Charlotte's situation as a whole finally came to a head in "Cyndi and Charlotte". Stan and Cyndi, in different ways, finally got their comeuppance at the conclusion of "Mister Smiles" and "Missing Person", respectively.
** [[spoiler: Charlotte's mother]], as stated on the forums, [[spoiler: since Charlotte has no physical evidence of the abuse and her psychological state unfortunately damages any testimony she could make against her mother. Though one could argue that Ms. Simms is suffering in her own ways, she's still escaping justice.]]
** T later explained on the forums that while Tharqa didn't receive any direct punishment for the events in high school, her general attitude from those events shaped her into a rather miserable and unloved individual as an adult. [[spoiler: This is hinted at in the epilog as ''nobody'' wanted to talk to her at the reunion while she desperately sought attention.]]

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* KarmaHoudini: KarmaHoudini:
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Meg and Samantha for their roles in Karen's schemes and Sam's role later in Cyndi's. Charlotte and Tharqa never faced direct consequences for a bomb scare attempt and a false rape accusation, though Cyndi's.
**
Charlotte's situation as a whole finally came to a head in "Cyndi and Charlotte". Stan and Cyndi, in different ways, finally got their comeuppance at the conclusion of "Mister Smiles" and "Missing Person", respectively.
** [[spoiler: Charlotte's mother]], as stated
mother. WordOfGod on the forums, [[spoiler: since forums was that Charlotte has had no physical evidence of the abuse and her psychological state unfortunately damages damaged any testimony she could make against her mother. Though one could argue that Ms. Simms is doomed to continual suffering in her own ways, she's still escaping justice.]]
justice.
** Charlotte and Tharqa never faced direct consequences for a bomb scare attempt and a false rape accusation, though Charlotte's situation as a whole finally came to a head in "Cyndi and Charlotte". T later explained on the forums that while Tharqa didn't receive any direct punishment for the events in high school, her general attitude from those events shaped her into a rather miserable and unloved individual as an adult. [[spoiler: This is hinted at in the epilog epilogue as ''nobody'' wanted wants to talk to her at the reunion while she desperately sought seeks attention.]]
9th Feb '16 11:41:05 AM Spindriver
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* {{Crossover}}: Helen crosses over into the ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' 'verse [[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp02232010.shtml here]]. She narrowly avoids the [[LookBothWays standard Milholland crossover greeting]], and it all goes downhill from there. Some fans understandably viewed this as Helen being PutOnABus, but the writer of SomethingPositive [[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp08092010.shtml later stated]] that Helen was a PennyAndAggie character and wouldn't be permanently joining his cast, so it looks like it's just a really long {{Crossover}} after all.

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* {{Crossover}}: Helen crosses over into the ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' 'verse [[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp02232010.shtml here]]. She narrowly avoids the [[LookBothWays standard Milholland crossover greeting]], and it all goes downhill from there. Some fans understandably viewed this as Helen being PutOnABus, but the writer of SomethingPositive [[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp08092010.shtml later stated]] that Helen was a PennyAndAggie character and wouldn't be permanently joining his cast, cast. But then, ''Penny and Aggie'' finished (with Helen appearing briefly in the epilogue story, mostly to make it clear that she'd decided to put the town behind her), whereas '''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' is still going, so it looks like it's just a really long {{Crossover}} after all.-- choose your own interpretation.
21st Jan '16 7:36:35 AM Spindriver
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* CanonWelding: ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie'' shares a multiverse with T Campbell's other strips - cameos of alt-universe versions of characters from ''Fans'' and ''Webcomic/CoolCatStudio'' appear at various points.

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* CanonWelding: ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie'' shares a multiverse with T Campbell's other strips - cameos of alt-universe versions of characters from ''Fans'' ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}'' and ''Webcomic/CoolCatStudio'' appear at various points.
21st Jan '16 7:33:43 AM Spindriver
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* CanonWelding: ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie'' shares a multiverse with T Campbell's other strips - cameos of alt-universe versions of characters from Fans and Cool Cat Studio appear at various points.

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* CanonWelding: ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie'' shares a multiverse with T Campbell's other strips - cameos of alt-universe versions of characters from Fans ''Fans'' and Cool Cat Studio ''Webcomic/CoolCatStudio'' appear at various points.



* TheMasquerade: Not very pronounced since every single character but Liz is a {{Muggle}}, but it's there, although mostly for {{Mythology Gag}}s that can be easily written off by someone not familiar with ''Cool Cat Studio''.

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* TheMasquerade: Not very pronounced since every single character but Liz is a {{Muggle}}, but it's there, although mostly for {{Mythology Gag}}s that can be easily written off by someone not familiar with ''Cool Cat Studio''.''Webcomic/CoolCatStudio''.
20th Jan '16 2:15:25 AM Spindriver
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While for the most part, Campbell's noted weirdness has kept itself to fantasy sequences, these can drag out for weeks and weeks of strangeness - the filler strips have even taken place in alternate universes in which the main characters have magical powers. Originally, the artistic style of the strip was set by Gisèle Lagacé of ''Webcomic/MenageA3'', though she eventually departed the strip to focus on her own work. Her replacement, who tried to keep her style as much as possible, is T's longtime collaborator Jason Waltrip (also from ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}''). In December 2010, Campbell confirmed on the comic's forum that the plotline beginning in December 2010, "Last Summer of Youth", would conclude the series; it ended on August 26 of the following year, followed by a DistantFinale ending September 26.

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While for the most part, Campbell's noted weirdness has kept itself to fantasy sequences, these can drag out for weeks and weeks of strangeness - the filler strips have even taken place in alternate universes in which the main characters have magical powers. Originally, the artistic style of the strip was set by Gisèle Lagacé of ''Webcomic/MenageA3'', Creator/GiseleLagace (who later became known for ''Webcomic/MenageA3''), though she eventually departed the strip to focus on her own work. Her replacement, who tried to keep her style as much as possible, is T's longtime collaborator Jason Waltrip (also from ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}''). In December 2010, Campbell confirmed on the comic's forum that the plotline beginning in December 2010, "Last Summer of Youth", would conclude the series; it ended on August 26 of the following year, followed by a DistantFinale ending September 26.
10th Jan '16 10:22:42 AM morenohijazo
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Added DiffLines:

* SuicideDare: [[Recap/PennyAndAggieMissingPersonCyndiAndCharlotte In an episode]], [[spoiler:Cyndi]] does this indirectly with her morally conflicted kidnapper, [[spoiler:Charlotte]], using ReversePsychology.
--> [Suicide's] not an option for you. I mean, if you were gonna do that, you already would have. The knife is right there. You're just gonna have to live with what you've done.
3rd Jan '16 4:29:54 PM Exxolon
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[[http://www.pennyandaggie.com/ Penny and Aggie]] is a BettyAndVeronica pastiche with LesYay and a healthy dose of that Creator/TCampbell (of ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}'' fame) weirdness.

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\n[[http://www.'''''[[http://www.pennyandaggie.com/ Penny and Aggie]] Aggie]]''''' is a BettyAndVeronica pastiche with LesYay and a healthy dose of that Creator/TCampbell (of ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}'' fame) weirdness.
10th Dec '15 8:28:14 AM StFan
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** The two girls discussing the "code of e-silence" are Tiffany and Crystal from ''{{Luann}}''. T.J. from the same strip later showed up to one of Karen's parties, despite T.J. being an adult (though T.J.'s of questionable enough character that it's not unrealistic for him to be trolling a party full of underage girls).

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** The two girls discussing the "code of e-silence" are Tiffany and Crystal from ''{{Luann}}''.''ComicStrip/{{Luann}}''. T.J. from the same strip later showed up to one of Karen's parties, despite T.J. being an adult (though T.J.'s of questionable enough character that it's not unrealistic for him to be trolling a party full of underage girls).
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