!Comic Book
* Isabel has a minor yet prevalent one in a story where Bucky was very intent on charming [[GirlOfTheWeek a new girl]]. She's usually portrayed as the ClingyJealousGirl in the comics (to the point that in one old comic she asked resident TeenGenius Franklin to do something about her jealousy, since it was ''that'' bad), and though we never see how her fights with Bucky end, her usual NightmareFuel faces when she sees him hitting on someone usually means bad news for Bucky. However in this specific story, perhaps due to CharacterDevelopment, after seeing Bucky flirting with a new girl and confronting them, she acts so surprisingly mature that because of her previous characterization it instantly turns it into a MomentOfAwesome.
--> '''Girl''': Come on, girl friend, let's be civilized here.
--> '''Isabel (in a completely calm tone)''': I am civilized, but I'm not your girl friend. Besides, I already understood everything.
** And then she walks away, and to crown it, Bucky, who spent the entire story hitting on the unnamed girl up that to point, immediately runs off the panel after Isabel, crying her name.

* Todd gets an EPIC moment on the 45th volume, when he, after having to put up with a whole lot of abuse from 3 bullies in the cooking academy he attended, and a teacher who did nothing about it, only telling Todd to put up with it, he literally gives the bullies their just desserts. And when he's being belitted by the teacher, he gives an awesome ReasonWhyYouSuckSpeech to the teacher, for only caring about status, and the academy's policy to deal with bullying, and quits the academy.
* Monica does TheUnexpected in #68: After participating of a ''Franchise/{{Saw}}''-themed Reality Show, having Jim act like a complete SmugSnake JerkJock to [[CommanderContrarian Nick Nope]] and treating Monica like a DistressedDamsel and trolling Monica when she needed him the most, she finally snaps when Jim starts poking at Nick Nope saying Monica'll never kiss him like he wanted to if he won, tells him where to shove it and kisses Nick Nope ''in front of everyone''. And Monica tops it by saying "Monica and Jim? Promised couple? Today, that cliché ends as well!", thus adressing ''many'' readers' dissatisfaction to the WillTheyOrWontThey between Monica and Jim and giving Jim a ''much'' needed serving of HumblePie.