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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: The Mistress. Even with goons who can shapeshift, she insists on activities that are subtle: surveillance, burglaries and sabotage (and NOT kidnappings and assassinations) and averts WeHaveReserves.

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* GoodPeopleHaveGoodSex: Janet and Matt are shown to have good sex, and they are the good guys.


* [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheNineties Unintentional Period Piece]]: In ''Backstage'', Janet asked Matt to tape ''[[Series/TwinPeaks]]'' for her, while in ''Bloodpaw'', Janet and Matt were watching ''Skin Deep''.

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* [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheNineties Unintentional Period Piece]]: In ''Backstage'', Janet asked Matt to tape ''[[Series/TwinPeaks]]'' ''[[Series/TwinPeaks Twin Peaks]]'' for her, while in ''Bloodpaw'', Janet and Matt were watching ''Skin Deep''.Deep''. A VHS system was also prominently displayed in ''Bloodpaw''.

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*[[UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheNineties Unintentional Period Piece]]: In ''Backstage'', Janet asked Matt to tape ''[[Series/TwinPeaks]]'' for her, while in ''Bloodpaw'', Janet and Matt were watching ''Skin Deep''.

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* PunnyName: Janet's stage name. No SilkHidingSteel here; Janet is obviously ''both'' Silk and Steel.


''Satin Steele'' is a webcomic series by David C. Matthews (creator of ''Webcomic/{{Tetsuko}}''). It follows Janet ("Satin") Steele, a professional female [[UsefulNotes/Bodybuilding bodybuilder]] who finds herself caught up in situations that hint at a grand conspiracy behind them. It is not published on a regular schedule, but “whenever a page is finished” (to quote the creator).

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''Satin Steele'' is a webcomic series by David C. Matthews (creator of ''Webcomic/{{Tetsuko}}''). It follows Janet ("Satin") Steele, a professional female [[UsefulNotes/Bodybuilding [[UsefulNotes/{{Bodybuilding}} bodybuilder]] who finds herself caught up in situations that hint at a grand conspiracy behind them. It is not published on a regular schedule, but “whenever a page is finished” (to quote the creator).


''Satin Steele'' is a webcomic series by David C. Matthews. (creator of Webcomic/{{Tetsuko}}) It follows Janet ("Satin") Steele, a professional female bodybuilder who finds herself caught up in situations that hint at a grand conspiracy behind them. It is not published on a regular schedule, but “whenever a page is finished” (to quote the creator).

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''Satin Steele'' is a webcomic series by David C. Matthews. Matthews (creator of Webcomic/{{Tetsuko}}) ''Webcomic/{{Tetsuko}}''). It follows Janet ("Satin") Steele, a professional female bodybuilder [[UsefulNotes/Bodybuilding bodybuilder]] who finds herself caught up in situations that hint at a grand conspiracy behind them. It is not published on a regular schedule, but “whenever a page is finished” (to quote the creator).


* [[http://www.dcmstudiosonline.com/comics/satinsteele/volume01/issue01/sast01_cover.html ''Bones of Contention'']].

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* [[http://www.dcmstudiosonline.com/comics/satinsteele/volume01/issue01/sast01_cover.html ''Bones of Contention'']].Contention'']]



* ClothingDamage: Satin's dress gets ripped up in ''Bloodpaw''

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* ClothingDamage: Satin's dress gets ripped up in ''Bloodpaw''''Bloodpaw''.

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* ClothingDamage: Satin's dress gets ripped up in ''Bloodpaw''


* BerserkButton: Satin gets rather angry when a Tiger's Paw goon claimed that she takes steroids.

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* BerserkButton: Satin gets rather angry when a Tiger's Paw goon claimed that she takes steroids.[[spoiler: stated his aim to frame Satin for murder by portraying her as "steroid-crazed".]]


* BeserkButton: Satin gets rather angry when a Tiger's Paw goon claimed that she takes steroids.

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* BeserkButton: BerserkButton: Satin gets rather angry when a Tiger's Paw goon claimed that she takes steroids.


* BeserkButton: Satin gets rather angry when a Tiger's Paw goon claimed that she takes steroids.



** In ''Bones of Contention'', [[spoiler: after watching a reanimated giant dinosaur skeleton hastily avoiding a tank shot to its skull, she correctly deduced that the skull is worth further investigation.]]
** In "Bloodpaw'', [[spoiler: she faked a blackout to get an alien monster to drop her prematurely and write her off from the fight.]]

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** In ''Bones of Contention'', ''Bones'', [[spoiler: after watching a reanimated giant dinosaur skeleton hastily avoiding a tank shot to its skull, she correctly deduced that the skull is worth further investigation.]]
** In "Bloodpaw'', ''Bloodpaw'', [[spoiler: she faked a blackout to get an alien monster to drop her prematurely and write her off from the fight.]]

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* MusclesAreMeaningful: Contrary to how bodybuilders may not be very strong in RealLife (see the analysis [[Analysis/StoutStrength here]]), Janet's strength is depicted to come from her physique.


* CharacterDevelopment: Janet has come a long way from her days as a relatively naive rookie as seen in ''Contest Jitters''. She is still good-hearted, but knows when to become a Guile Heroine.



* In "Bloodpaw'', [[spoiler: she faked a blackout to get an alien monster to drop her prematurely and write her off from the fight.]]

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* ** In "Bloodpaw'', [[spoiler: she faked a blackout to get an alien monster to drop her prematurely and write her off from the fight.]]


* [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Everyone Calls her Mistress]]: The leader of Tiger's Paw.

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* [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Everyone Calls her Her Mistress]]: The leader of Tiger's Paw.


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* [[GuileHero Guile Heroine]]: Janet on at least two occasions.
**In ''Bones of Contention'', [[spoiler: after watching a reanimated giant dinosaur skeleton hastily avoiding a tank shot to its skull, she correctly deduced that the skull is worth further investigation.]]
*In "Bloodpaw'', [[spoiler: she faked a blackout to get an alien monster to drop her prematurely and write her off from the fight.]]

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