* BigNameFan: Oddly recursive with ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall''.
* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: Broadly, any time she stops to praise another creator, especially Creator/KellySueDeConnick (more or less her Marvel equivalent) or a newer writer like Marguerite Bennett. Specifically, there's a cute bit on Twitter where she shares an anecdote about the first time she met Kelly Sue [=DeConnick=] in person. [=DeConnick=] had her young daughter with her, dressed up as Wonder Woman. Simone complimented her on her costume, but the little girl was disappointed in it, claiming "I don't have THE THINGS!" and bared her wrists-- she didn't have Wonder Woman's bullet-blocking bracelets. [=DeConnick=] jumped in to tell Simone how great she was with her kid and to say that, for months afterward, every time Simone went to a convention, she tried to find Wonder Woman bracelets that would fit a preschooler.
* NeverLiveItDown: She's the face of the anti-fridging movement on the internet, formed primarily in response to the pointless murder of Green Lantern Kyle Rayner's love interest for drama. And then Simone had something of a FunnyAneurysm moment when she openly declared she was glad BrianMichaelBendis had killed off The Wasp.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Gail Simone is incredibly hospitable and is usually never one to bash any comic or author no matter how bad fan reaction is. However, she has gone on record saying that [[http://gailsimone.tumblr.com/post/65553727219/renaroo-30-days-of-dc-day-4-bro-id-bring she could not defend the ''Titans: Villains For Hire'' issue where Ryan Choi was brutally killed off, stating it to be one of the worst comics she ever read.]]
* OneOfUs: Outside of the [[PromotedFanboy obvious]], she's tweeted about her experiences playing ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive'' on her 3DS.
** And talked about playing ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim''.
* PromotedFangirl: She started out as a hairdresser who just liked comics.
* WriterRevolt: Flat-out refused to do some part of the ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily'' storyline and was ''fired'' for it. DC re-hired her after the backlash, but one assumes someone else will be writing those issues...