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Characters: Vampire Cheerleaders
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     The Vampire Cheerleaders 

Tropes that The Vampire Cheerleaders have in common:

Heather Hartley

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  • Abusive Parents: Heather's mother was implied to be one.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: According to Adam, while she's aware of Leonard's feelings for her, she's friend-zoned him for life.
  • Corrupt the Cutie: Mostly all of volume one as she discovers more of her powers. Vol 2 sees her rein it in a bit, probably out out penance for costing her school the big game.
  • Easily Forgiven: She feeds on her school football team, making them too weak to play in the big game. Heather quickly comes up with a plan to drain the opposing team so they're on equal ground. Once the deed is done, Lori forgives her.
    • Leonard doesn't seem to blame her for the fact that he was brainwashed by Vampire Cheerleaders, since is his words: "You do what you have to for a little BC". He also admits to "kinda enjoying it" (other than the trunk).
  • Jumped at the Call/Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: Upon awakening after being fed on, she takes the news that shes now an undead rather well.
  • Retcon: Has gone from looking shocked and getting unexpectedly turned in this strip to claiming the choice was her own in this one.
  • Transhuman Treachery: Though she is chided twice for being bloodthirsty, she is somewhat kind to her human friend, and mostly sticks to the rules. Why she is slightly horrified upon seeing Leonard stuck in a car trunk for lengthy travel, she doesn't try to push the issue with Lori.

Lori (Originally Lorna) Thurston

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Zoe Weller

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Lesley Chandra

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Suki Taft

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Leonard Duvall

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B Squad

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     The Paranormal Mystery Squad 

Tropes that The Paranormal Mystery Squad have in common:

Stephanie Kane

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Katie Kane

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  • A Date with Rosie Palms: All but outright stated to be what She was doing here.
  • Cute Monster Girl
  • Emergency Transformation: Somewhat, she gets infected with lycanthropy but Charlotte manages to use a spell so she doesn't become a mindless creature.
  • Idiot Hair: She has one sticking up in the back. Reflects her tendancy to act without thinking.
  • The Load: Initially in the first chapter, as she didn't have as much combat experience as Steph or Charlotte and mostly just carried around equipment. Steph insisted on bringing her on the cryptid hunts anyway. The second big case of which she wound up wandering off and getting bitten by a werewolf. After she herself became a werewolf, she put her new monster strength to good use.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She channels Slave Leia to aid the others after Lita taunts her. JC does a Double Face Palm when he sees Katie. But it seems to have worked as he "responds to her" doing a hula in that outfit more than Stephanie or Charlotte.
  • Near-Rape Experience: What Theodore tried to do to her twice, with his father's encouragement.
  • No Periods, Period: Averted. Katie seems to delight in using her teenaged PMS as an excuse to ignore diplomacy (and propriety).
    • When Charlotte opens her purse for smelling salts and out come lots of tampons, Katie snarks "Heavy flow month?" Stephanie tells her "It's the whole team's supply, you dingbat!" before giving her a fist upside the head.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Seen repeatedly, during the "Adventures in Space... and Time?!" arc in vol.4, where Katie becomes unjustly bitchy and abusive towards Leonard for things that aren't his fault. Such as these two instances, where it should've been obvious that Leonard wasn't to blame.
    • She tries to justify it by saying that's she's actually tsundere for Leonard.
  • Unprovoked Pervert Payback: As seen in the preceding entry.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different

Charlotte Roth

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J.C. Summerfeild

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  • Dhampyr
  • The One Guy
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Black eyes due to the B&W style of the comic but same thing.
  • Sixth Ranger: Joins up in the first volume on behalf of PETM. Second volume he's quit the organization to work with PMS full time.
    • Though the third sees he's rejoined with PETM but still prefers to work with the group.

Babs

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Lita/Lilita

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     PETM 

Tropes that PETM have in common:

Marcy O'Keeffe

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Mr. Lomax

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    Cryptids 

Tropes that Cryptids have in common:

Deer Woman

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Mr. Campbell

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Theodore Campbell

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The Moth Men

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K'AAN'NGUA/The Great One

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Sea Monster

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Bianca Harrow

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Cressida Harrow

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Vibius Priscus

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General Briggs

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  • Four-Star Badass: Apparently ready to lead an attack on K'aan'ngua from the front lines. His moment of glory gets stolen by O'Keefe when she gets the President to order him to retreat. He gets even by having the PMS team cleared of their community service much to O'Keefe's chagrin.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He is put in charge the incident in Volume 2 comes off sympathetic to the PMS crew, and most definately does not like O'Keefe's presence and interfeerence.
  • The Brigadier: Fits to a tee.

Cassy

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