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Aside from the original nine-issue series, there was also a series published by Tapestry in 1996 that lasted six issues and two series titled ''Patty-Cake & Friends'' that both lasted 15 issues (the first series published in 1997 by Slave Labor Graphics and the second series published in 2000 by Aardvark-Vanaheim).

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Aside from the original nine-issue series, there was also a series published by Tapestry in 1996 that lasted six issues and two series titled ''Patty-Cake & Friends'' that both lasted 15 issues (the first series published in 1997 by Slave Labor Graphics Creator/SlaveLaborGraphics and the second series published in 2000 by Aardvark-Vanaheim).

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* NatureTinkling: "Long Way Home", a story from the 15th issue of the second volume of ''Patty Cake & Friends'', has Patty forced to relieve herself on the road when she has to pee during a ride home.


* {{Mooning}}: In issue 4 of the first volume of ''Patty Cake & Friends'', the story "Scorned" ends with Patty getting back at her rival Susie [=McBee=] by mooning her off-panel.

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In issue 4 of the first volume of ''Patty Cake & Friends'', the story "Scorned" ends with Patty getting back at her rival Susie [=McBee=] by mooning her off-panel.off-panel.
** "Girls on the Beach", a story from the eleventh issue of the second volume of ''Patty Cake & Friends'' has Patty's older sister Sandy get in trouble for mooning from the car window while the family is driving to the beach.


* {{Mooning}}: A story in the original ''Patty-Cake & Friends'' series had Mr. Bakerman driving with his daughters Patty-Cake and Sandy. At one point, Sandy pisses off their dad by mooning from the car window.

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* {{Mooning}}: A In issue 4 of the first volume of ''Patty Cake & Friends'', the story in the original ''Patty-Cake & Friends'' series had Mr. Bakerman driving "Scorned" ends with his daughters Patty-Cake and Sandy. At one point, Sandy pisses off their dad Patty getting back at her rival Susie [=McBee=] by mooning from the car window.her off-panel.

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'''Patty-Cake''' was a comic book series by Scott Roberts that began publication in 1994 under Permanent Press, the original series lasting nine issues. Based on a character Roberts created when he was six, the title character of the series was a mischievous blonde girl who frequently found herself in all sorts of trouble.

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'''Patty-Cake''' ''Patty-Cake'' was a comic book series by Scott Roberts that began publication in 1994 under Permanent Press, the original series lasting nine issues. Based on a character Roberts created when he was six, the title character of the series was a mischievous blonde girl who frequently found herself in all sorts of trouble.

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'''Patty-Cake''' was a comic book series by Scott Roberts that began publication in 1994 under Permanent Press, the original series lasting nine issues. Based on a character Roberts created when he was six, the title character of the series was a mischievous blonde girl who frequently found herself in all sorts of trouble.

Aside from the original nine-issue series, there was also a series published by Tapestry in 1996 that lasted six issues and two series titled ''Patty-Cake & Friends'' that both lasted 15 issues (the first series published in 1997 by Slave Labor Graphics and the second series published in 2000 by Aardvark-Vanaheim).

''Magazine/NickelodeonMagazine'' featured the character in a comic strip that started in 1998 and ended its run when ''Nickelodeon Magazine'' went defunct, which was toned down to be more appropriate for children.
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* BleachedUnderpants: The original comic book had adult humor and occasional profanity, which was toned down when it was adapted into a strip for ''Nickelodeon Magazine''.
* BrattyHalfPint: Patty-Cake frequently gets on her parents' nerves by making a scene when she doesn't get what she wants.
* BrattyTeenageDaughter: While Patty-Cake is often a handful, her big sister Sandy isn't any better with how she tends to treat their parents.
* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Patty and her older sister Sandy are frequently at each other's throats.
* TheDitz: Patty's friend Irving is very dumb and often fails to understand what Patty is trying to tell him.
* {{Mooning}}: A story in the original ''Patty-Cake & Friends'' series had Mr. Bakerman driving with his daughters Patty-Cake and Sandy. At one point, Sandy pisses off their dad by mooning from the car window.
* PlatonicLifePartners: Patty-Cake and her male friend Irving are very close, but are not ever shown to be in love.
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