* AcceptableTargets: It's ''very'' obvious that Wiley Miller doesn't like lawyers. Rich capitalists, bankers, Republicans, and President Donald Trump are also typical targets.
* HarsherInHindsight: Miller came under fire in 2010 after a slew of editors pulled his comic poking fun at the media's refusal to publish images of Muhammad by drawing a "Where's Muhammad?" comic in the style of Literature/WheresWaldo, as he intended to lampoon the global furor behind the topical "Draw Muhammad Day." While Miller argued that there was nothing controversial behind his comic, his lighthearted take on the events and response to the pull feels a lot more naive after multiple shootings and deaths in 2015 that occurred in multiple countries as backlash against drawing Muhammad, the most notorious of which was the Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris that killed twelve and injured 11.
* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: The comic started to become increasingly political in the 90s, though Miller still devoted time to other plotlines and concepts. During and after the extremely divisive 2016 presidential elections, however, the comic became almost full-blown political, with seemingly every other comic relating to politics or Donald Trump in some way, a change that has led to some fans being disgruntled that the focus is hardly on the characters anymore.