* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad The Collector]], also known as [[OurVampiresAreDifferent The Vampire]], is a Serbian killer and Cibopath who harnesses the legends of the vampire for his own ends. In truth, The Collector uses his Cibopath powers to [[MegaManning absorb the powers of others]], killing, butchering and eating them to gain their abilities (even relatively useless abilities). The Collector slaughters many in his way regardless of having power or not. The Collector kidnaps [[TheHero Tony's]] twin sister, Toni Chu, and attempts to gain her abilities through eating her limbs. When this fails, he furiously [[spoiler:[[NeckSnap snaps Toni's neck]]]]. When Tony's friends attack his hideout, The Collector attempts to slaughter them, taking great pleasure in trying to devour Tony's teenage daughter Olive himself. When he and Tony finally face off, The Collector mocks him by saying how he will hunt down Olive and devour her. Egotistical, monstrous and cruel, the only thing driving The Collector is his quest to become the perfect being in existence, no matter whom he has to devour.
* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: The last page of issue #9. There are not words.
** Also, the incident in issue #4 with the Senator's ashes. "Good day to you, madam." Indeed.
** ALL of Issue #40.
* HoYay: One-sided Applebee for Colby. When Colby first meets Applebee, he assumes that Applebee is a closeted homosexual. He turns out to be right and later seduces Applebee to distract him while Chu goes on a rogue mission unnoticed. Applebee ends up as a StalkerWithACrush.
** Colby himself is in fact homosexual; he's just not into Applebee. Colby is kind of a StraightGay verging on ManlyGay what with his general BadAss nature.
** In a later issue, Colby sleeps with his female USDA boss, revealing that he is actually bisexual.
* MemeticBadass: Poyo, in-universe
* {{Squick}}: Tony has to eat a lot of things, including an old ''severed finger'' and a dead ''freeze-dried'' dog.
** Though the line gets drawn at feces.
** In a later issue, he gets force-fed [[spoiler: many dead baseball players]]
* TearJerker: Even a series as funny as this manages this sometimes. Notably the death of [[spoiler: Toni Chu]]. Her absolute fearlessness in the face of death and defiance towards her killer softens the blow, but her visions of the perfect wedding she could have had if not for the Collector, her final farewell to her sister Sage (With Sage not knowing of Toni's impending death) and that brief little break in her composure when she reflects that she won't be around to see her siblings live the happy lives they deserve is ''heartbreaking''. Seeing the large, dysfunctional-as-hell Chu family utterly united by grief and backing Tony one hundred and ten percent against the Collector drives in just how much the lively, spirited Toni meant to them.