History YMMV / SchoolBites

3rd Oct '16 5:31:35 PM CASCHero
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The story doesn't really seem to go anywhere with itself. Just focusing on the girls milling around from time to time and, well that generally most of the series in the nutshell, with the occasional backstory and them not really doing anything vampire-y. The one time they go into the mortal world, it doesn't really go anywhere and spent on a nine page story of Cherri and Christopher in a shower. Fujiko's disdain for humans, which is hinted at, is never explored and quickly glossed over when she meets a fellow were-being. Likewise, The whole matter with Dante did seem interesting with the idea of a renegade vampire who wouldn't follow the rules of the masquerade, making him an enemy of Shadow Academy while having a connection with Cherri. So what happens? He gallivants like a stereotypical Anne Rice character, constantly keeps trying to make Cherri his with no real clever planning and...is defeated in a dream sequence that makes no sense. This was the last seen of the webcomic too.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The story doesn't really seem to go anywhere with itself. Just focusing on the girls milling around from time to time and, well that generally most of the series in the nutshell, with the occasional backstory and them not really doing anything vampire-y. The one time they go into the mortal world, it doesn't really go anywhere and spent on a nine page story of Cherri and Christopher in a shower. Fujiko's disdain for humans, which is hinted at, is never explored and quickly glossed over when she meets a fellow were-being. Likewise, The the whole matter with Dante did seem interesting with the idea of a renegade vampire who wouldn't follow the rules of the masquerade, making him an enemy of Shadow Academy with an entourage that follows him while having a connection with Cherri. Cherri and supposedly some history with Shadow Academy. So what happens? He gallivants like a stereotypical Anne Rice character, his followers are beaten by ''pies'' of all things and never seen again after their second appearance, his history is never explored, he constantly keeps trying to make Cherri his with no real clever planning and...is defeated in a dream sequence that makes no sense. This was His "threat" is just outright implied then really showcased and the last seen of the webcomic too.only main danger he possesses is trying to sway Cherri to his side because he turned her, that's it.
1st Oct '16 7:53:38 PM CASCHero
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Regina Sharp or Cleobatra as she goes, is pretty popular having a cute design, being very well-written and a [[spoiler: having a interesting backstory to boot being that she's a daughter of Lilith, aka ''the mother of all vampires''.]]

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Regina Sharp Sharp, or Cleobatra as she goes, is pretty popular having a cute design, being very well-written and a [[spoiler: having a interesting backstory to boot being that she's a daughter of Lilith, aka ''the mother of all vampires''.]]



* HilariousInHindsight: While the series does make fun of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' in one comic. ''School Bites'' itself was mostly inspired by Anne Rice stories which had similar tones to that book series, and is often criticized for just being similar teen girl wish fulfillment. Considering this came out in 2004 and the first Twilight book released ''the following year'', that kinda ring hypocritical of the [=SB=]. What's more the story is a bit of reverse of ''Twilight'', with a girl vampire pining after a male human.
* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: While ''School Bites'' predated it by five years, due to lack of advertising and infrequent updates/releases, most see the comic as a just slightly more mature version of ''Franchise/MonsterHigh''. And even then, ''School Bites'' story wasn't considered really all that original as the premise has been done before (i.e ''Literature/HarryPotter'') and the only thing it really brings to the table is just a more perky goth feel to it.

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* HilariousInHindsight: While the series does make fun of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' in one comic. ''School Bites'' itself was mostly inspired by Anne Rice stories which had similar tones to that book series, and is often criticized for just being similar teen girl wish fulfillment. Considering this comic print version came out in 2004 and the first Twilight book released ''the following year'', that kinda ring rings hypocritical of the [=SB=].''School Bites''. What's more the story is a bit of reverse of ''Twilight'', with a girl vampire pining after a male human.
* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: While ''School Bites'' predated it by five years, due to lack of advertising and infrequent updates/releases, updates/releases as well as the webcomic starting up on 2010 (the same year it premiered) most see the comic as a just slightly more mature version of ''Franchise/MonsterHigh''. And even then, ''School Bites'' story wasn't considered really all that original as the premise has been done before (i.e ''Literature/HarryPotter'') and the only thing it really brings to the table is just a more perky goth feel to it.
30th Sep '16 10:49:23 AM CASCHero
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* HilariousInHindsight: While the series does make fun of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' in one comic. ''School Bites'' itself was mostly inspired by Anne Rice stories which had similar tones to that book series, and is often criticized for just being similar teen girl wish fulfillment. Considering this came out in 2004 and the first Twilight book released ''the following year'', that kinda ring hypocritical of the =[SB]=. What's more the story is a bit of reverse of ''Twilight'', with a girl vampire pining after a male human.

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* HilariousInHindsight: While the series does make fun of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' in one comic. ''School Bites'' itself was mostly inspired by Anne Rice stories which had similar tones to that book series, and is often criticized for just being similar teen girl wish fulfillment. Considering this came out in 2004 and the first Twilight book released ''the following year'', that kinda ring hypocritical of the =[SB]=.[=SB=]. What's more the story is a bit of reverse of ''Twilight'', with a girl vampire pining after a male human.
30th Sep '16 10:42:10 AM CASCHero
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Regina Sharp or Cleobatra as she goes, is pretty popular having a cute design, being very well-written and a [[spoiler: having a interesting backstory to boot being that she's a daughter of Lilith, aka ''the mother of all vampires''.]]
30th Sep '16 10:21:41 AM CASCHero
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* HilarousInHindsight: While the series does make fun of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' in one comic. ''School Bites'' itself was mostly inspired by Anne Rice stories which had similar tones to that book series, and is often criticized for just being similar teen girl wish fulfillment. Considering this came out in 2004 and the first Twilight book released ''the following year'', that kinda ring hypocritical of the =[SB]=. What's more the story is a bit of reverse of ''Twilight'', with a girl vampire pining after a male human.

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* HilarousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight: While the series does make fun of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' in one comic. ''School Bites'' itself was mostly inspired by Anne Rice stories which had similar tones to that book series, and is often criticized for just being similar teen girl wish fulfillment. Considering this came out in 2004 and the first Twilight book released ''the following year'', that kinda ring hypocritical of the =[SB]=. What's more the story is a bit of reverse of ''Twilight'', with a girl vampire pining after a male human.
30th Sep '16 10:21:20 AM CASCHero
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* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: While ''School Bites'' predated it by five years, due to lack of advertising and infrequent updates/releases, most see the comic as a just slightly more mature version of ''Franchise/MonsterHigh''. And even then, ''School Bites'' wasn't consider really all that original as the premise has been done before (i.e ''Literature/HarryPotter'') and the only thing it really brings to the table is just a more perky goth feel to it.

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* HilarousInHindsight: While the series does make fun of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' in one comic. ''School Bites'' itself was mostly inspired by Anne Rice stories which had similar tones to that book series, and is often criticized for just being similar teen girl wish fulfillment. Considering this came out in 2004 and the first Twilight book released ''the following year'', that kinda ring hypocritical of the =[SB]=. What's more the story is a bit of reverse of ''Twilight'', with a girl vampire pining after a male human.
* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: While ''School Bites'' predated it by five years, due to lack of advertising and infrequent updates/releases, most see the comic as a just slightly more mature version of ''Franchise/MonsterHigh''. And even then, ''School Bites'' story wasn't consider considered really all that original as the premise has been done before (i.e ''Literature/HarryPotter'') and the only thing it really brings to the table is just a more perky goth feel to it.
30th Sep '16 10:13:03 AM CASCHero
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* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: While ''School Bites'' predated it by five years, most see the comic as a just slightly more mature version of ''Franchise/MonsterHigh''. And even then, ''School Bites'' wasn't consider really all that original as the premise has been done before (i.e ''Literature/HarryPotter'') and the only thing it really brings to the table is just a more perky goth feel to it.

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* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: While ''School Bites'' predated it by five years, due to lack of advertising and infrequent updates/releases, most see the comic as a just slightly more mature version of ''Franchise/MonsterHigh''. And even then, ''School Bites'' wasn't consider really all that original as the premise has been done before (i.e ''Literature/HarryPotter'') and the only thing it really brings to the table is just a more perky goth feel to it.
30th Sep '16 10:10:59 AM CASCHero
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* FlatCharacter: Sugar Shock shows no sign of any character development. We haven't even learned how she was turned.

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Sugar Shock shows no sign of any character development. We haven't even learned how she was turned.turned.
** Likewise Dante who, while coming off threatening, has no real end goal or motivation other then to make Cherri his because he turned her and she's now a student at an academy he hates.



* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The story doesn't really seem to go anywhere with itself. Just focusing on the girls milling around from time to time and, well that generally most of the series in the nutshell, with the occasional backstory and them not really doing anything vampire-y. The one time they go into the mortal world, it doesn't really go anywhere and Fujiko's disdain for humans is never explored. Likewise, The whole matter with Dante did seem interesting with the idea on a renegade vampire who wouldn't follow the rules of the masquerade, making him an enemy of Shadow Academy while having a connection with Cherri. So what happens? He gallivants like a stereotypical Anne Rice character, constantly keeps trying to make Cherri his with no real clever planning and...is defeated in a dream sequence that makes no sense. This was the last seen of the webcomic too.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The story doesn't really seem to go anywhere with itself. Just focusing on the girls milling around from time to time and, well that generally most of the series in the nutshell, with the occasional backstory and them not really doing anything vampire-y. The one time they go into the mortal world, it doesn't really go anywhere and spent on a nine page story of Cherri and Christopher in a shower. Fujiko's disdain for humans humans, which is hinted at, is never explored. explored and quickly glossed over when she meets a fellow were-being. Likewise, The whole matter with Dante did seem interesting with the idea on of a renegade vampire who wouldn't follow the rules of the masquerade, making him an enemy of Shadow Academy while having a connection with Cherri. So what happens? He gallivants like a stereotypical Anne Rice character, constantly keeps trying to make Cherri his with no real clever planning and...is defeated in a dream sequence that makes no sense. This was the last seen of the webcomic too.
30th Sep '16 10:00:18 AM CASCHero
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* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: While ''School Bites'' predated it by five years, most see the comic as a just slightly more mature version of ''Franchise/MonsterHigh''. And even then, ''School Bites'' wasn't consider really all that original as the premise has been done before (i.e ''Literature/HarryPotter'') and the only thing it really brings to the table is just a more perky goth feel to it.
30th Sep '16 9:52:25 AM CASCHero
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The story doesn't really seem to go anywhere with itself. Just focusing on the girls milling around from time to time and...well that generally most of the series in the nutshell, with them not really doing anything vampire-y. The whole matter with Dante did seem interesting with the idea on a renegade vampire who wouldn't follow the rules of the masquerade while having a connection with Cherri. So what happens? He gallivants like a stereotypical Anne Rice characters, constantly keeps trying to make Cherri his and...is defeated in a dream sequence that makes no sense. This was the last seen of the webcomic too.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The story doesn't really seem to go anywhere with itself. Just focusing on the girls milling around from time to time and...and, well that generally most of the series in the nutshell, with the occasional backstory and them not really doing anything vampire-y. The one time they go into the mortal world, it doesn't really go anywhere and Fujiko's disdain for humans is never explored. Likewise, The whole matter with Dante did seem interesting with the idea on a renegade vampire who wouldn't follow the rules of the masquerade masquerade, making him an enemy of Shadow Academy while having a connection with Cherri. So what happens? He gallivants like a stereotypical Anne Rice characters, character, constantly keeps trying to make Cherri his with no real clever planning and...is defeated in a dream sequence that makes no sense. This was the last seen of the webcomic too.
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