History Webcomic / QUILTBAG

23rd Nov '15 10:33:21 AM Morgenthaler
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** Lisa's [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20111215.html creative writing composition]] recalls the film ''{{Bent}}''.
** "The Nothing" in Sara's nightmare is an allusion to the PowerOfTheVoid entity in ''TheNeverendingStory''.

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** Lisa's [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20111215.html creative writing composition]] recalls the film ''{{Bent}}''.
''Film/{{Bent}}''.
** "The Nothing" in Sara's nightmare is an allusion to the PowerOfTheVoid entity in ''TheNeverendingStory''.''Film/TheNeverendingStory''.
15th Mar '15 9:58:42 AM TheUnsquished
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* ArtShift: Although ''QUILTBAG'''s artist, Jason Waltrip, is the same one who drew ''PennyAndAggie'' from April 2009 through its September 2011 conclusion, Campbell had him go with a noticeably different style for the SpinOff. The art is thicker-lined and more simple (as in ''{{Fans}}'', Campbell's and Waltrip's other webcomic), in contrast to the thinner-lined and realistic ''PennyAndAggie'' style established by founding artist Gisèle Lagacé. It's also in colour, unlike the majority of ''Penny and Aggie'' strips, and often uses the gradient tool and clip art.

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* ArtShift: Although ''QUILTBAG'''s artist, Jason Waltrip, is the same one who drew ''PennyAndAggie'' ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie'' from April 2009 through its September 2011 conclusion, Campbell had him go with a noticeably different style for the SpinOff. The art is thicker-lined and more simple (as in ''{{Fans}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}'', Campbell's and Waltrip's other webcomic), in contrast to the thinner-lined and realistic ''PennyAndAggie'' ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie'' style established by founding artist Gisèle Lagacé. It's also in colour, unlike the majority of ''Penny and Aggie'' strips, and often uses the gradient tool and clip art.
13th Sep '14 2:59:35 AM pimpdaddy
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* YoungerThanTheyLook: Many of the people who are living on the floor were dedicated fans from the Penny and Aggie message board who won a spot in the comic. The problem is that these characters are supposed to be fresh-faced undergrads... and the message board winners were a bit older.
13th Sep '14 2:54:00 AM pimpdaddy
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* CutShort

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* CutShortCutShort: The series ended much much sooner than intended, after Campbell relented that he did not consider himself suitably knowledgeable on the subjects he wanted to address, which included addiction, sexualities, gender identities, and people who are neurodivergent, along with generally being unhappy with the design and limitations of his writing gimmicks for every page.
12th Jan '14 1:02:35 PM MarkLungo
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'''[[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com QUILTBAG]]''' is a SpinOff of ''PennyAndAggie'', written by Creator/TCampbell and with art by Jason Waltrip. The focus of the comic is on alternative sexualities, the title being an acronym used by some in RealLife for "Queer/Questioning, Undecided, Intersex, Lesbian, Transgender, Bisexual, Asexual, Gay."

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[[caption-width-right:219:Sara and Lisa.]]

'''[[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com QUILTBAG]]''' is a SpinOff of ''PennyAndAggie'', ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie'', written by Creator/TCampbell and with art by Jason Waltrip. The focus of the comic is on alternative sexualities, the title being an acronym used by some in RealLife for "Queer/Questioning, Undecided, Intersex, Lesbian, Transgender, Bisexual, Asexual, Gay."
12th Jan '14 1:00:04 PM MarkLungo
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The comic follows Sara Kim ([[MeaningfulRename née Velte]]) and Lisa Winklemeyer, two ''Penny and Aggie'' characters who have just started college, and are roommates, at the fictional [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20120619.html University of]] MillardFillmore, loosely based on the real-life College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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The comic follows Sara Kim ([[MeaningfulRename née Velte]]) and Lisa Winklemeyer, two ''Penny and Aggie'' characters who have just started college, and are roommates, at the fictional [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20120619.html University of]] MillardFillmore, UsefulNotes/MillardFillmore, loosely based on the real-life College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.



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11th Nov '13 10:22:29 AM MacronNotes
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* StrangeGirl: Marie is silent most of the time, speaking only in short sentences or sentence fragments, except under acute stress.
8th Jun '13 5:32:25 PM MaggieOfTheOwls
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** [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20111101.html "My pigtails are also insectoid legs for my detachable head."]] Probably a reference to Lemyra from Charby the Vampirate
19th Mar '13 11:52:39 PM Austin
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* {{Hypocrite}}: Hank suspects [[spoiler: that Lisa is depressed after reading her creative writing homework and fears she could develop into an alcoholic, despite the story not having anything to do with alcohol or substance abuse.]] However, he chews out Michael for [[spoiler: suspecting Marie of being an alcoholic, after he saw her liquor bottle collection.]]


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* TookALevelInDumbass / TookALevelInJerkass: Sara and Lisa respectively. Sara is shown crushing over girls in rapid succession setting herself up for heartbreak, something which Lisa calls her on in a less-than-nice fashion. Speaking of Lisa, she's not just rude to Sara but to [[spoiler: Hank, Stan, Chrissie, her professor in [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20120301.html this strip]]]] and is incredibly judgmental and harsh on others. Somewhat justified, in that both are having a hard time transitioning from high school (where such behaviors are tolerated and to be expected) to college.


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* WithFriendsLikeThese: Lisa towards Sara during the first chapter, an unintentionally antagonistic, [[spoiler: hypocritical regarding sex life]] and mild case, [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20120614.html though they seem to get along much better.]]
19th Nov '12 7:25:54 AM AliceMacher
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* [[AmbiguouslyGay Ambiguously QUILTBAG]]: [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20111117.html Hank]] and [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20111218.html Fiona]]. Campbell eventually [[WordOfGod confirmed]] on the comic's {{Facebook}} page and forum, what most readers had suspected: that [[spoiler: Hank is gay]], while a recent strip confirmed that [[spoiler: Fiona is straight.]]

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* [[AmbiguouslyGay Ambiguously QUILTBAG]]: [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20111117.html Hank]] and [[http://quiltbag.keenspot.com/d/20111218.html Fiona]]. Campbell eventually [[WordOfGod confirmed]] on the comic's {{Facebook}} page and forum, what most readers had suspected: that [[spoiler: Hank is gay]], while a recent strip the comic itself eventually confirmed that [[spoiler: Fiona is straight.]]
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