The TV series:
- Complete Monster: Amy Hughes, a counselor at Camp Stillwater, is actually a remorseless psychopath. As a child, they murdered their parents and brother by purposefully closing a fire place flue, allowing the carbon monoxide to suffocate them to death. Becoming enamored by Malphas, they manipulate their friend Margot Tate into accompanying them to a party, and personally drops the latter to her death in order to acquire her position. With their goal being to resurrect Malphas by becoming his vessel, they conspire against the counselors, killing them in gruesome fashion and using their corpses to create a pentagram. Examples of these murders include decapitation, drowning, and a bear trap to the head. Allowing Malphas to re-enter into then after he was exorcised, they hack the owner of the camp, Deb Carpenter, and Margot's friend to death when she was trying to warn the former. Realizing they couldn't leave the camp due to Holyoke implanting a fragment of his soul into Jessie Tyler, they reanimate the corpses of the slain counselors, and sends them to kill her. In their rampage, they also kill a few police officers that were called to investigate and mimics one of their voices as a ploy to lure Jessie out from hiding. Despite a tragic backstory, Amy proves to be a manipulative sadist who successfully hid their sinister designs with a smile.
- Harsher in Hindsight: Margo's death in the Pilot gets a dark new twist after The Reveal of "Home Sweet Home."
- Magnificent Bitch: Amy, in spades. She made friends with everyone in the camp and pretended to be a sweet, innocent girl, all while secretly planning to murder her fellow counselors in order to summon Malphas. Even Boyd Heelan's Cult were little more than her Unwitting Pawns. Her plan worked to perfection and no one ever suspected a thing.
- Archive Binge: At 370 pages, it's enough to take up a couple hours.
- Crazy Awesome: Ed. Also, The Protomen. And the comic as a whole.
- Crowning Moment of Awesome: Two are Panther's Fury, where the real Panther takes out his clone with one blow, and the Spinning Bear Driver.
- Crowning Moment of Funny: Aside from the aforementioned He-Man reference, there's the 'good plan' exchange.
- Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: It's hard not to feel happy when Nick and Marty find the motorcycles.
- Tito reuniting with the zombified Lydia.
- Ensemble Darkhorse: Leevon the...robot thing. His Catch-Phrase made him a fan favorite.
- Foe Yay: Possibly, between Doug Fetterman and Panther.
- Growing the Beard: Book 2 not only has noticeably better art, but a more focused, centralized plot. A case can also be made for about halfway through Book 1 as things become more character-driven.
- Nightmare Fuel: The 'nocturnal activities' scene is this, but special mention goes to Kilroy's unmasking.
- Near the end of Book 1, everyone but Nick is drowning to death.
- Moral Event Horizon: Alan crosses this when he injects his pregnant wife, Lydia, with the zombie serum. If that wasn't enough, he injects the zoo animals with it to build an army, and then zombifies William.
- Tear Jerker: Several deaths fall into this. If you're an animal lover, you may be tempted to cry with Nick when he sees the zoo animals.