Both of Mulberry's flashbacks of meeting Britney Spears in "Death by Captain and Tenille" involve her holding a hideous creature (first a stray kitten, then Kevin Federline) and asking, "Look! Isn't it pretty?" Thirteen pages later, a terrorist expresses disgust at America's "uncovered women," prompting a scene of Britney mooning paparazzi and repeating the question she asked Mulberry twice.
"The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mulberry" begins with Mulberry and her friends attending Veronica Mars' funeral following her show's cancellation. A fanboy suddenly enters and tries in vain to bring her back to life. Near the end of the comic, he encounters Veronica's actress, Kristen Bell, but she has taken on the form of Elle Bishop from Heroes.
Cool Loser: The other heiresses of Seven Springs may shun Mulberry for her refusal to do anything she considers embarrassingly stupid, such as getting high or drunk, but she's still smarter than any of them, and heiress to one of the world's most powerful monopolies, VGI.
Couch Gag: Ever since 2005, issues have used old, unusual-looking comic book covers instead of covers that bear direct relevance to the story. Some of them have Mulberry photoshopped into the scenes, but issues from October 2008 onward depict the covers unaltered.
Could Have Avoided This Plot: As Mulberry informs Jack, he wouldn't have gotten pursued by the government in "Jack the Ripper" if instead of downloading an illegal patch for Planet of Warcraft, he just asked Mulberry for $64.95 to buy an upgraded version.
Mulberry: Through the magic of editing, 4Kids Productions has turned a ninja cartoon into a depiction of daily American school life! Naruto is now known here as Larry and His Socially Conscious Adventures, and it's being hailed by critics as "Doug for the 21st Century! Here's a peek!"
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Mulberry: Some complain that things like this destroy the original artist's vision. I say, who cares? The man's all the way back in Japan; how's he gonna find out?
Jack: And he probably doesn't have internet...
Cut His Heart Out with a Spoon: At the end of the page where Mulberry introduces herself, Jack, and Taffy to new readers, she claims the site has infected one of the reader's folders, and opening that folder would render the computer incapable of visiting any website other than the one for Dora the Explorer.
The Dead Rise To Advertise: "Franken-Berry" contains a literal example. Procter and Gamble win an auction for MIT scientists to resurrect one deceased person, and pick Orville Reddenbacher (sic) as the person to bring back so that he can create new popcorn commercials.
In "Obamadramarama," Mulberry's scheme to take control of Sarah Palin's body goes awry when she and her friends obtain the wrong hair sample, giving Hillary Clinton control over Mulberry's body.
At one point in "Mulberry's Epic Yarn," Mulberry and Taffy find a room full of View-Masters that allow users to see from the perspective of a celebrity, and also control what that person says and does. Incidentally, Mulberry briefly uses one to finally control Sarah Palin.
Mulberry's battle with Hayden Panettiere in "The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mulberry" includes some robots.note Mulberry controlled the silver and purple 'bot, while Panettiere used the gray and green one.
Justified Title: "Year Six" is explained as referring to the sixth year of George W. Bush's presidency, the time Mulberry has predicted will mark the Democrats' largest effort to get him impeached.
Laser-Guided Amnesia: Early on in "Obamadramarama," Mulberry explains that whoever she will switch brains with later will not remember anything she did while in Mulberry's body, and instead assume she went unconscious for the duration of the switch.
Last-Second Word Swap: After Mulberry fails in "Heiress A Parent" to convince the President of Television to lessen the amount of programs children can't watch, she exclaims, "Go to...a field of daisies!" after noticing one of her wards standing near her.
Medium Blending: "Let's Scare Mary Roach to Death" combines character drawings with photographic backgrounds as Mulberry forces Mary to spend a night in the abandoned, decaying Dixie Square Mall.
Missing Episode: Several, but the absence of "Suddenly Mulberry" sticks out the most. After its removal, "Mulberry's 2004 Fall TV Preview" became the oldest comic in the Mulberry archive. A few obvious signs exist that something came before it: the cover reads, "the second one", and Mulberry acknowledges the comic's interrupting her actual first arc.
At the end of "Heiress A Parent", Mulberry decides to directly remind Pitt's and Jolie's children that TV doesn't always accurately teach right from wrong, especially when sex and/or violence become involved. However, after the children assure Mulberry that they won't follow Barney's pornographic-sounding suggestion for a Google image search, Mulberry tells them, "Remember, this is the same TV that keeps telling you Santa Claus is real!" The children don't seem to react kindly to this.
Shocking Swerve: In-universe: Mulberry has to come up with one for Brittany's Murphy's final movie in "Murphy's Lawn," since it originally had No Ending. When the movie comes out with her ending attached, all the viewers seem amazed and satisfied with the twist.
Wolverine Publicity: Peter has announced that if his books ever reach the point where he created Mulberry Sharona, each volume will contain her name in the title.note Except for Mulberry Likes This: A Platypus Comix Tenth Anniversary Treasury, the books currently go only up to May 2004, and BANG! seems to have taken up too much of Peter's time for him to release more.