History YMMV / Spinnerette

22nd Apr '16 12:14:00 AM DivineDeath
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* BrokenBase: Was Delta a sociopath or merely a pervy teenager who just needs to be set straight? Did his dreamhopping constitute MindRape or is that an exaggeration?
** The webcomic took a hell of a turn around issue 6 to 8, with a lot of drama and characters suddendly becoming super complex. Mecha Maid for example was a very simple character and out of nowehere [[spoiler: she's in love with Heather, has a disease that only gives her a few more years to live and seeks revenge against a villain that killed her parents]]. Depending on who you ask, this change is either the best or the worst thing that ever happened.

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Was Delta a sociopath or merely a pervy teenager who just needs to be set straight? Did his dreamhopping constitute MindRape or is that an exaggeration?
** The webcomic took a hell of a turn around issue 6 to 8, with a lot of drama and characters suddendly suddenly becoming super complex. complex and the story showing more serious elements. Mecha Maid Maid, for example example, started off simple, but was a very simple character and out of nowehere [[spoiler: she's in then shown to be terminally ill, [[spoiler:in love with Heather, has a disease that only gives her a few more years to live Heather]], and seeks seeking revenge against a villain supervillain that killed her parents]].parents. Depending on who you ask, this change is either the best or the worst thing that ever happened.
22nd Apr '16 12:07:22 AM DivineDeath
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** Heather's first week as a hero wasn't quite the success she expected it to be, but hey! At least she got to be the DamselInDistress to [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/2010/06/14/06142010/ Mecha Maid]].
** Also see Mecha Maid's expression [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/index.php?id=71 in the first panel here]]
** [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/index.php?id=109 The sub-plot thickens]].
** This casts Tiger's reaction from [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/index.php?id=78 this strip]] in a totally different light. Even he seems to think there's something going on between Mecha Maid and Spinnerette. [[FridgeBrilliance check out MM's eyes in the 3rd panel]] of the same picture. [[MaleGaze She's openly checking out Heather's body.]] Not to mention the [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/index.php?id=106/ wall of MM / Spinnerette]] pictures Heather has, one of which has MM openly glomping her.
** In Heather's little news clipping shrine to her superheroing, more than half of the clippings and photos shown are of her and MM in close physical contact. [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/index.php?id=110 Sahira even uses one of them]] (of MM openly checking out Heather's ass) to help drive home the suggestion that Mecha Maid is a lesbian. This is HypocriticalHumor as well, since Sahira really seems to like touching Heather. Including in that very comic.
** [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/01-03-2011 Sahira has outright stated she thinks that]] Mecha Maid wants to be more than just friends with Heather. Confirmed at the end of Chapter 6 -- Mecha Maid admits she finds Heather attractive, but denies having any romantic attraction to her. Her thought bubble at the end says otherwise. Heather is too clueless to realize the subtext.
** Katt O'Nine Tails can [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/05-06-2011 add this]] to her repertoire. There's also Mecha Maid's reaction when she walks in on the following tail-massage. She can mistake it for a) Katt attacking Spinnerette, b) the two of them getting it on and so being jealous, or c) both. In any case on a second readthrough (or just to anyone with [[YuriGenre Yuri]] goggles enabled) it can be interpreted very much as a "lay off my crush!" reaction.
** Spinnerette holding [[spoiler:[[http://www.spinnyverse.com/index.php?id=249 an underwear-clad Marilyn]]]]



** [[spoiler:Alexis and Heather: See CleanPrettyReliable]]

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** [[spoiler:Alexis Alexis and Heather: See CleanPrettyReliable]]CleanPrettyReliable
13th Apr '16 12:45:29 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** A lot of character and plot drama in general gets ruined by the gratuitous {{Fanservice}} and the heroes' sillyness. With names like "{{Mecha}} {{Maid}}" and "[[HotMom Super Milf]]", it's hard t take anything they say seriously.

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** A lot of character and plot drama in general gets ruined by the gratuitous {{Fanservice}} and the heroes' sillyness. With names like "{{Mecha}} {{Maid}}" and "[[HotMom Super Milf]]", "Super Milf", it's hard t take anything they say seriously.
27th Mar '16 1:01:25 AM GREGOLE
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** Jennifer Troy. Combined with ParanoiaFuel for those in the medical profession. Think the level of entitlement for a woman who sues Mc Donald's and wins because she burns her crotch with coffee from a Mc Donald's drive-through because ''she put it there'', and admits ripping the lid off while going over a speedbump is bad? This woman goes to a doctor for a procedure she knows is experimental, with no guarantee of success, and despite the fact that it miraculously succeeds, immediately blames the doctor for a sudden downturn in her health and decides to wreck his entire lab, and its employees for revenge, not to mention outright killing him (or thinking she did) by dropping on his back over three stories, and slandering his good name by calling him a charlatan, despite having absolutely no contact with him, or any other medical professional to actually get her medical issue addressed.

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** Jennifer Troy. Combined with ParanoiaFuel for those in the medical profession. Think the level of entitlement for a woman who sues Mc Donald's and wins because she burns her crotch with coffee from a Mc Donald's drive-through because ''she put it there'', and admits ripping the lid off while going over a speedbump is bad? This woman goes to a doctor for a procedure she knows is experimental, with no guarantee of success, and despite the fact that it miraculously succeeds, immediately blames the doctor for a sudden downturn in her health and decides to wreck his entire lab, and its employees for revenge, not to mention outright killing him (or thinking she did) by dropping on his back over three stories, and slandering his good name by calling him a charlatan, despite having absolutely no contact with him, or any other medical professional to actually get her medical issue addressed.
11th Mar '16 8:10:20 AM Harem-author
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** The American Government in general. Typically whenever they show up its for nefarious reasons within the comic, and almost none of the series' superheroes trust anyone who works for it. Even the Department of Homeland Security are portrayed as jack-booted thugs and civil liberty stompers.

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** The American Government in general. Typically whenever they show up its for nefarious reasons within the comic, and almost none of the series' superheroes trust anyone who works for it. Even the Department of Homeland Security are portrayed as jack-booted thugs and civil liberty stompers. Chillingly, the most straightforward example comes from Dr. Universe, who, while happily pointing out the flaws he perceives in the US government, neglects the fact that he was illegally engaged in developing (possible weapons grade) technology for China which has an absolutely horrendous and very public track record in human rights abuses, worker abuse, deliberately selling sub-standard or dangerously defective products like toys with paint high in lead and poisoned baby formula, and even has a "one child" policy where government agents deliberately separate pregnant women from their families, take them to "clinics" where they have abortions performed upon them against their will, and the "terminated fetus" is then dumped on their lap while they lie on the recovery bed.
8th Mar '16 8:42:52 AM Harem-author
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* MoralEventHorizon: "Adastraea" officially crossed it when she threw the lid of a stem cell container to send Dr. Singh falling over three stories presumably to his death, and pat herself on the back for it, only regretting that she didn't make him suffer more, for actually having the gall to restore her ability to walk, and then wants "justice" against Mecha-Maid because the latter was actually hoping for a cure for her condition.



** Jennifer Troy. Combined with ParanoiaFuel for those in the medical profession. Think the level of entitlement for a woman who sues Mc Donald's and wins because she burns her crotch with coffee from a Mc Donald's drive-through because ''she put it there'', and admits ripping the lid off while going over a speedbump is bad? This woman goes to a doctor for a procedure she knows is experimental, with no guarantee of success, and despite the fact that it miraculously succeeds, immediately blames the doctor for a sudden downturn in her health and decides to wreck his entire lab, and its employees for revenge, not to mention [[spoiler: outright killing him by dropping on his back over three stories, and slandering his good name by calling him a charlatan]], despite having absolutely no contact with him, or any other medical professional to actually get her medical issue addressed.

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** Jennifer Troy. Combined with ParanoiaFuel for those in the medical profession. Think the level of entitlement for a woman who sues Mc Donald's and wins because she burns her crotch with coffee from a Mc Donald's drive-through because ''she put it there'', and admits ripping the lid off while going over a speedbump is bad? This woman goes to a doctor for a procedure she knows is experimental, with no guarantee of success, and despite the fact that it miraculously succeeds, immediately blames the doctor for a sudden downturn in her health and decides to wreck his entire lab, and its employees for revenge, not to mention [[spoiler: outright killing him (or thinking she did) by dropping on his back over three stories, and slandering his good name by calling him a charlatan]], charlatan, despite having absolutely no contact with him, or any other medical professional to actually get her medical issue addressed.
7th Mar '16 8:44:32 AM Harem-author
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** Jennifer Troy. Think the level of entitlement for a woman who sues Mc Donald's and wins because burns her crotch with coffee from a Mc Donald's drive-through because ''she put it there'' is bad? This woman goes to a doctor for a procedure she knows is experimental, with no guarantee of success, and despite the fact that it miraculously succeeds, immediately blames the doctor for a sudden downturn in her health and decides to wreck his entire lab, and its employees for revenge, despite having absolutely no contact with him, or any other medical professional to actually get her medical issue addressed.

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** Jennifer Troy. Combined with ParanoiaFuel for those in the medical profession. Think the level of entitlement for a woman who sues Mc Donald's and wins because she burns her crotch with coffee from a Mc Donald's drive-through because ''she put it there'' there'', and admits ripping the lid off while going over a speedbump is bad? This woman goes to a doctor for a procedure she knows is experimental, with no guarantee of success, and despite the fact that it miraculously succeeds, immediately blames the doctor for a sudden downturn in her health and decides to wreck his entire lab, and its employees for revenge, not to mention [[spoiler: outright killing him by dropping on his back over three stories, and slandering his good name by calling him a charlatan]], despite having absolutely no contact with him, or any other medical professional to actually get her medical issue addressed.
20th Feb '16 6:41:11 AM Phantomskyler
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*** The comic from time to time likes to take a subtle TakeThat to anti-science and anti-intellectuals, often in the forms of volatile angry mobs, specifically some against stem-cell research and "Anti-Matter" study. Heather and the other characters do not shy away from calling them idiots.

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*** ** The comic from time to time likes to take a subtle TakeThat to anti-science and anti-intellectuals, often in the forms of volatile angry mobs, specifically some against stem-cell research and "Anti-Matter" study. Heather and the other characters do not shy away from calling them idiots.
20th Feb '16 6:40:56 AM Phantomskyler
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** The comic from time to time likes to take a subtle TakeThat to anti-science and anti-intellectuals, often in the forms of volatile angry mobs, specifically some against stem-cell research and "Anti-Matter" study. Heather and the other characters do not shy away from calling them idiots.

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** The American Government in general. Typically whenever they show up its for nefarious reasons within the comic, and almost none of the series' superheroes trust anyone who works for it. Even the Department of Homeland Security are portrayed as jack-booted thugs and civil liberty stompers.
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The comic from time to time likes to take a subtle TakeThat to anti-science and anti-intellectuals, often in the forms of volatile angry mobs, specifically some against stem-cell research and "Anti-Matter" study. Heather and the other characters do not shy away from calling them idiots.idiots.
20th Feb '16 6:36:00 AM Phantomskyler
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** The comic from time to time likes to take a subtle "TakeThat" to anti-science and anti-intellectuals, often in the forms of volatile angry mobs, specifically at stem-cell research facility and "Anti-Matter" study. Heather and the other characters do not shy away from calling them idiots.

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** The comic from time to time likes to take a subtle "TakeThat" TakeThat to anti-science and anti-intellectuals, often in the forms of volatile angry mobs, specifically at some against stem-cell research facility and "Anti-Matter" study. Heather and the other characters do not shy away from calling them idiots.
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