Growing the Beard: The comic really begins to find its groove about ninety or so pages in. The characters' traits are mostly established, the comic is prettier than before, and the story starts to take off.
Nightmare Fuel: Angelo is way too enthusiastic about adding to his collection of trapped souls. Even his husband, a part-time Evilutionary Biologist wizard sponsoring some truly depraved experiments in creating artificial life, is creeped out by it.
It's played for laughs, but the clown tent is this in-universe. It's so ghastly that veteran adventurers, devils, and undead are creeped out by it because it's a demon.
Tear Jerker: Pauline's death and events following it, including Julie's emotional state, desperately clinging to the notion that Pauline could be raised, and Angelika hugging and comforting Julie when the raising fails. Angelika even cries after lighting Pauline's funeral pyre with Scorching Ray.
The Woobie: Poor, poor Lenny. Often serving as the Straight Man to the other character's jokes, often being treated meanly by Angelika and Rocky, and having the job of lugging the party's swag around like Nodwick.
What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: It's got a somewhat cutesy, simplistic style and is often brightly colored, but the comic has some crude language in it, and the battles can get surprisingly violent.