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.
YMMV: Wild Cards
Dork Age: A series ripe for it since a lot of the jokes are meant for hardcore comics, history, and Pulps fans.
Foe Yay: In the most disturbing way possible Blaise with Tachyon. He traps Tachyon's mind in a female body and rapes him/her.
Dr.Tachyon with his dashing cousin Zabb, goes from subtext to text, when Tachyon is trapped in a female body and starts a relationship with Zabb.
Harsher in Hindsight: In the opening of Inside Straight, it is stated that Egypt's new president, Kamal Farag Aziz was elected when "meddling Americans had forced a free election that swept out the secularists in power...". Inside Straight came out in 2008. Come Arab Spring (2011-2012) and the deposing of Hosni Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood won Egypt's first open election, making Mohamed Morsi president (until he was deposed in a military coup).
Ho Yay: Tachyon has it with almost the entire male cast. Since Takis does not have a taboo against homosexuality, and thus no Takisian is really homophobic, Tachyon's closeness with his friends, like his flamboyant behavior, can look like signs of homosexuality to humans. Especially since he is mainly living on Earth from the 1940's to the 1990's.
Golden Boy wants to be the Woobie. However, the fact he's a supremely rich immortal Hollywood star with more girlfriends than God and SUPERPOWERS makes it difficult to sympathize with his 'woe is me' attitude.
The Sleeper has another case of these. His criminal activity makes it difficult to sympathize with his unique condition. Though it should be remembered that his criminal activity is done because he can't with his sleep cycle hold down a regular job also it should be remembered that he was a 14 year old boy who in a few short (waking) weeks becomes a drug addict in order to keep from becoming a joker and gets so addicted that he has to have one of his ace friends take pity and knock him out many times to stop his murderous rages.
Rustbelt. Every writer given his story refuses to give him a break.
Stuntman bounces between asshole and woobie. All of his dreams and aspirations never come true and, if they do, they're twisted like a joker. He wanted to play sports in high school, but he was even shy of 5'10, meaning scouters could hardly see him. Even his own father, a retired baseball player, said he didn't have the mentality of a sportsman, but an intellectual. He went to college and aspired to become an actor, but then his wild card turned, making him more desirable to Hollywood as . . . well, a stuntman, than an actual actor. He became a B-Movie washout and jointed the cast of American Hero in hopes of restarting his now-dead career. Along the way, he lied and got Rustbelt, the nicest cast-member, discarded and branded a racist. And then he wins American Hero, but only because Curveball, the assumed victor, went to Egypt to become a real hero. And what happens? No one, not even his own parents cares because of the discards in Egypt were saving thousands of Jokers and defeating one of the world's most powerful aces. In Busted Flush, it's referenced that he becomes the "defender" of San Jose and has a bad stent on Dancing with the Stars. No wonder he joined SCARE.