YMMV / Final Fantasy VII: The Sevening

  • Acceptable Ethnic Targets: Subverted with Barret. He tends to call Cloud "whitey" and "honky", but only Cloud.
    • Though he later calls Dyne a "cracker" after it's become clear just how Ax-Crazy he's become since they last met.
  • Accidental Innuendo: When climbing the stairs up Shinra Tower, Barret complains that they should've gone in through the front. Leads into a Heh Heh, You Said "X" moment immediately after.
    Tifa: "Going in through the back is better, trust me."
  • Archive Binge: The series began on on May 13, 2010 and is currently over 400 pages long.
  • Awesome Art: Animesque and cartoony as it is, the comic can look pretty when it wants to.
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment:
    • Played with - mostly because they're in the source material. There are some naked people aboard a Midgar train that seem arbitrary, but it's revealed in the next strip that Biggs and Jessie stole their outfit (including the mustache).
    • After Yuffie defeats her father, the two start laughing and turn into mantis-people. The next strip has Yuffie now back to normal, and agreeing with the narration to never mention what just happened again.
  • Crack Pairing: Vincent mentioned about his popular pairing with Yuffie to her. Yuffie's not amused.
  • Moe: Both main female leads are more adorable than their game counterparts.
  • The Scrappy: Cait Sith. Before a character's name is revealed, their dialogue boxes use (usually comical) descriptors instead. Cait Sith's include "Random Pointless Character", "Annoying Pointless Character", "Harbinger of Misfortune", and "God's Mistake".
  • Tear Jerker: When Cloud picks up the injured Meager Troop and the latter exclaims "I couldn't... save her..." Especially because Meager Troop is the real Cloud and it is him lamenting the fact that he couldn't protect his mother against Sephiroth, even though he clearly tried his best.
  • The Woobie: Shera.