- Why does Maus flirt with Greta? It's not just that she's German, she's also blond-haired blue-eyed and is a super on top of that!
- When considering Chapter seven one will notice that it bares a stunning resemblance to a typical Dark Magical Girl Plot line; heroine meets evil version of herself, defeats this foil, finds out the foil is a lonely girl stricken with guilt about her misdeeds and decides to befriend her and in doing so, turn her onto the path of superheroism. What makes this Fridge Brilliance? Alexis is a manga fan; she knows about these kinds of plots and that's why she could play one so well, right up to the "girl on girl action". What's more, Heather refuses to read manga ("Manga sucks"), and so, for all her DCU comic book Genre Savvy, she didn't see it coming.
- The surgical removal of Spinnerette's arms in Issue 12 may have been necessary, but it was likely a very invasive process, as all the extra muscle and bone had to be taken out as well. It's a good thing she could heal, because her torso would not have been a pretty sight after it was done.