History YMMV / BodyBags

20th Jun '17 1:29:07 PM Eldritcho
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* TheWeirdAlEffect: Thanks to Panda's [[PerverseSexualLust popularity]] among certain circles of the internet, mixed with the comic's short length and relative obscurity, quite a number of internet denizens know Panda as [[MsFanservice the attractive pin-up girl]]

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* TheWeirdAlEffect: Thanks to Panda's [[PerverseSexualLust popularity]] among certain circles of the internet, mixed with the comic's short length and relative obscurity, quite a number of internet denizens it's not hard to find people who know Panda as [[MsFanservice the attractive pin-up girl]]girl]] the internet has made her into while knowing nothing of the comic (or that she's even from a comic at all).
20th Jun '17 1:26:58 PM Eldritcho
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* JustHereForGodzilla: See above.

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* JustHereForGodzilla: See above.above.
* TheWeirdAlEffect: Thanks to Panda's [[PerverseSexualLust popularity]] among certain circles of the internet, mixed with the comic's short length and relative obscurity, quite a number of internet denizens know Panda as [[MsFanservice the attractive pin-up girl]]
20th Jun '17 1:20:24 PM Eldritcho
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** The series itself was very short lived, only filling out two very slim paperbacks. The amount of [[SelfFanservice fan]] [[RuleThirtyFour material]] out there ''massively'' dwarfs the series proper, making it very likely that someone could be [[PerverseSexualLust very familiar]] with the series, [[TheWeirdAlEffect without having ever read it.]]
30th Mar '17 5:18:10 PM WillBGood
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** That last sentence is what got the series some notoriety around its release. The series was very violent and gory, but that was nothing new for the 90's comic scene. What was new was a comic with a sexualized minor, which some, even ones in the comic industry were vocally opposed to.

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** That last sentence is what got the series some notoriety around its release. The series was very violent and gory, but that was nothing new for the 90's comic scene. What was new was a comic with a sexualized minor, which some, even ones made a fair number of people in and out of the comic comics industry were vocally opposed to.uneasy.
30th Mar '17 5:17:33 PM WillBGood
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* BestKnownForTheFanservice: The series never really gained a large readership but there's a lot of fanart of it out there, most of which is porn and pinups focusing exclusively on panda. So while it's resulted in a lot more people being familiar with the series all most of them of is that there's busty 14 year old in a way-to-small cheerleader outfit who shoots people.
** That last sentence is what got the series some notoriety around its release. The series was very violent and gory, but that was nothing new for the 90's comic scene. What was new was a comic with a sexualized minor, which some, even ones in the comic industry where vocally opposed to.
* JustHereForGodzilla: While Mack and Panda are both main characters in the series. For a lot readers of it's really Panda, mainly because her attractive design and she provides a lot of the humor for the series. Mack is more of a typical brooding anti-hero, just bit more violent. It's extremely telling that the vast majority of fan content of the series is of Panda.

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* BestKnownForTheFanservice: The series never really gained a large readership but there's a lot of fanart of it out there, most of which is porn and pinups focusing exclusively on panda. Panda. So while it's resulted in a lot more people being familiar with the series all most of them of know is that there's a busty 14 year old in a way-to-small way-too-small cheerleader outfit who shoots people.
** That last sentence is what got the series some notoriety around its release. The series was very violent and gory, but that was nothing new for the 90's comic scene. What was new was a comic with a sexualized minor, which some, even ones in the comic industry where were vocally opposed to.
* JustHereForGodzilla: While Mack and Panda are both main characters in the series. For a lot readers of it's really Panda, mainly because her attractive design and she provides a lot of the humor for the series. Mack is more of a typical brooding anti-hero, just bit more violent. It's extremely telling that the vast majority of fan content of the series is of Panda.See above.
29th Dec '16 10:03:26 AM captainpat
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!!The Comicbook:
* BestKnownForTheFanservice: The series never really gained a large readership but there's a lot of fanart of it out there, most of which is porn and pinups focusing exclusively on panda. So while it's resulted in a lot more people being familiar with the series all most of them of is that there's busty 14 year old in a way-to-small cheerleader outfit who shoots people.
** That last sentence is what got the series some notoriety around its release. The series was very violent and gory, but that was nothing new for the 90's comic scene. What was new was a comic with a sexualized minor, which some, even ones in the comic industry where vocally opposed to.
* JustHereForGodzilla: While Mack and Panda are both main characters in the series. For a lot readers of it's really Panda, mainly because her attractive design and she provides a lot of the humor for the series. Mack is more of a typical brooding anti-hero, just bit more violent. It's extremely telling that the vast majority of fan content of the series is of Panda.
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