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YMMV: Nature of Nature's Art
  • Alternate Character Interpretation: It's clear that SV is an Unreliable Narrator, but how unreliable is he?
  • Crack Pairing: SV/XZ.
  • Everyone Is Jesus in Purgatory: According to Braun, you can never overanalyze NofNA. You can, however, take the analyzing to ridiculous levels! SV has been compared to religious extremists and great Greek philosophers.
  • Fan Nickname: "Squints Verily" for SV.
  • Moral Event Horizon: SV murdering TY.
  • Narm:
    • An earlier version of 10%+ had very strong coarse language; this was changed to make it more approachable to a wider audience. Now, this in itself isn't bad. However, one of Polarizing's lines changed from "smashed against the fucking wall" to... "smashed against the far-flung wall". Really?
    • One page of Secretary has a facture which looks like it's named "pee". (It's actually "spee".)
    • In addition, some may find that the animals referring to themselves as humans would break suspension of disbelief.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Oh hell yes. There are tons of stuff that could qualify, especially in Secretary.
  • Tear Jerker: The endings of 10%+ and Secretary.
  • Viewer Gender Confusion: Okay, so they're animals, but it's hard to tell what gender most of the characters are just by looking at them.
  • What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: Heavy themes, violence (sometimes very graphic), coarse language, Nightmare Fuel and constant Mind Screws. This comic is definitely not for kids - in fact, Braun has outright stated that the stories are meant for an older audience.
  • What an Idiot: Polarizing spends an awful lot of time talking and boasting about the things he can do to Quintet, instead of actually doing most of them. Arguably justified somewhat in that he probably doesn't want to actually kill her, going so far as to use a facture to open a hole in the previously closed off cavern and urge her to leave.

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