These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
"Princess Pi vs. Opposite Guy" originally included a scene in which Opposite Guy beat a woman as a sign of affection towards someone he thought was his wife. After readers gave negative responses, Peter Paltridge quickly replaced it with a scene in which Opposite Guy threatened to tear apart the town after getting robbed, but then failed to fulfill this threat.
"Sam Adams vs. True Love" is far from the first Platypus Comix story to only receive one comment in its talkback thread, but the content of that one comment suggests that it fell into this: After Peter asked if anyone would mind him pushing back the conclusion because of other projects, one reader answered that he wouldn't mind the comic getting put on hold in favor of those other projects, since he felt dumbfounded at the thought of teenage girls crushing on a terrorist.
Fridge Horror: At the end of "Dan vs. Chuck vs. The Tick vs. Princess Pi", Pi drinks a Shamrock Shake prepared with Bottle Blonde's magic, and turns into a weird blue monster. Chuck was drinking a Shamrock Shake at the very beginning, which could mean that he suffered this not long after Pi ditched the fight.
Growing the Beard: For a few months, Peter seemed conflicted between his desire to give Princess Pi genuinely threatening villains, and his desire to make her adventures as random as possible. This resulted in comics that went too straightforward to allow randomness (such as "Princess Pi vs. Opposite Guy"), and some where the randomness overpowered the conflict ("Princess Pi vs. Prince William"). Peter claimed to have eventually found a "groove" with "Princess Pi vs. The Alpha Bitch". Indeed, the story does an entertaining job of creating random threats without losing sight of the main conflict.