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Sandra North

The protagonist of the series. Sandra is a typical middle school girl with a pet talking raccoon. She does have a bit of an egotistical side; she likes dressing up as "The Empress of Northia" and addressing her stuffed animal "subjects".


Sandra's pet raccoon. Sandra rescued him from an abusive owner, and he's lived with her since. He seems to divide his time between living with Sandra and exploring the woods with his animal friends.

Cloud Williams

Sandra's best friend and later boyfriend. Though he seems non-threatening and sweet-tempered, he's actually much stronger than his outward appearance would have you believe.

Larisa Korolev

One of Sandra's best friends, Larisa has a strong mischievous streak. She likes to tease Sandra, flirt with Cloud, and generally cause trouble. However, there are hints of a darker side to her personality.


    Relatives of Main Characters 

Richard North

A single father raising Sandra since his wife died two years prior to the series.

Julie North

Sandra's mother and Richard North's wife who died 2 years prior to the series

David and Ye Thuza Williams

Cloud's father and mother, respectively. Both are huge nerds, even going so far as naming their children after Final Fantasy characters. Ye Thuza is a Burmese immigrant who used to be a rebel back in her home country.

Yuna Williams

Cloud's younger sister. An adorable, smart, but annoying kid.

Ivan and Jelena Korolev

Larisa's painter father and his wife/manager Jelena.

    Classmates of Main Characters 

Landon Hill

Larisa's new boyfriend, whose advent does much to break up Larisa's flirting-with-Cloud habit.

Zoey Irwin

One of Sandra's classmates and Larisa's enemy. Best friends with Michelle, who she is later shown to be in love with.


One of Sandra's classmates. She has a huge crush on Cloud, which generally shows itself as jealousy. Best friends with Zoey.
  • Ascended Extra: Thanks to Zoey's A Day In The Lime Light as well as more focus overall, Michelle to has received more focus.
  • Alpha Bitch: Like Zoey, she is a popular girl whose majority of appearances are of her insulting Sandra or Larisa.
  • Closet Key: To Zoey.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: She is incredibly jealous of Sandra's relationship with Cloud.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While pretty much all of her appearances have been of her insulting Sandra or Larisa, she tries to help Larisa and Landon's relationship.
  • Those Two Girls: It's not often that she won't be seen with Zoey at her side.
  • Unrequited Love: To say she has no chance with Cloud is something of an understatement.

Luna Herrera

One of Sandra's classmates, who just came from Camden, New Jersey after some troubles with local folks.

Benjamin and Theo

Cloud's other male friends



Thought to be a Stalker with a Crush to Zoey before turning out to be a hardcore shipper instead
  • Karma Houdini: Despite constantly harassing Zoey during the Shipping arc about her getting together with Julia, he managed to escape conviction when he was arrested for said harassment and actually got what he wanted.
  • Shipper on Deck: He seriously wants Zoey and Julia to be a thing.
  • Crack Ship: Pairs up Zoey and Julia despite the latter never being mentioned by Zoey or anyone at any point of the comic before her introduction or knowing her sexual orientation. However Gilligan's intuition proves to be correct when the girls got together in the end.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Has not shown up since the Shipping arc ended.


Larisa's ex-boyfriend who is a soccer player

    Woodland Creatures 



Woo's squirrel friend. Has to occasionally avoid being eaten by Shadow and Woo.


Woo's girlfriend.


A raccoon celebrity, famous for being able to climb higher than any other raccoon.


A self-described "Level 5 predator", a squirrel that hunts predatory animals such as wolves and bears.

Sirius, Canopus, Arcturus, and Vega

Woo and Lily's kits.

    Animal Deities 



The Raccoon God. She's rather close to Woo and Lily.

Thomas J. God

The Human God.


Supposedly the God of Coyotes... although considering what he is in the other comic, it's not entirely certain.


The Squirrel God.


The Rabbit God.


The Fox God.


The Wolf God.


The God of... Eagles? Birds of prey in general? Birds in general? Dinosaurs in general? It's not outright stated what his role is.

The Devil

Thomas' main enemy.


The God of Valhalla.

John J. God

The new God of Humanity.
  • Deity of Human Origin
  • God Job: Seeoahtlahmakaskay offers him the job after Thomas is killed by Odin.
  • Hope Spot: With him replacing Thomas, Seeoahtlahmakaskay believes that humanity's woes are finally (mostly) over, and starts saying it. Only for John to make clear that the power got to his head.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: The next time we see him after his debut, he ends up killed by Fortuna.


Goddess of fate and Satan's little sister. For the love of God, don't make her cry.
  • Berserk Button: Messing with her fate alteration engine will get you eaten by the Cthulhu-like spider monster that comes out of her mouth. In a twist, she doesn't get mad when it's pressed, she just starts crying.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She seems like a sweet lady...until you make her cry, as John learned the hard way.
  • The Dreaded: When Satan realizes that John made her cry, he starts panicking.


Dorothy Cambridge

A "moral police" member who becomes the biology teacher in Sandra's school.
  • Expy: To Dolores Umbridge, naturally.
  • Does Not Like Men: Cloud describes her as a men-hater while talking with his mother.
  • Henpecked Husband: Variation. Her husband is supportive to her hardcore feminism and he seems to have no problem with her being the one wearing the pants in the relationship. He even asks her if he can make her a sandwich.
  • Killed Off for Real: May be the case, though she just disappeared with a "Puff". After getting on Ye Thuza's bad side.
  • Straw Feminist: In her introduction, she takes over the former biology teacher (who's dragged off the classroom by two female masked thugs) for teaching that there are statistically more smart men than women (he was in the middle of explaining that men have a higher statistical variance in intelligence and was interrupted before he could say that this means there are more stupid men than women as well); she then proceeds to permanently close all men's bathrooms in the school under the justification that it's where boys expose their genitals mere feet away from girls (technically true if you don't care about the wall separating the two bathrooms), straight-up call females the "better sex", give higher marks to girls than boys for correct answers on multiple choice tests, and force the boys to wear skirts as uniforms, all while preaching about gender equality with actions that clearly favor the girls. In her last appearance, she goes as far as to state that gender equality can only be achieved by castrating all men and drilling a hole into them.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: She just disappeared after going into a room. Puff. She has never been mentioned or acknowledged since then.

Melody Crawford

One of Richard North's new coworkers, and head of the graphics programming department. She and him seem to disagree on just about everything, particularly when it comes to the esoterica of computer science.
  • Anything but That!/ Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: In order to go after Richard, she changes the indent style on all of his code. He doesn't take it well.
    Jack: I can provide an alibi for you on Saturday from 4 P.M. to 6 P.M.
    Richard: [while sharpening an axe] I always knew I could count on you when it really mattered, Jack.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: Seems to be going this way with Richard, although given how little attraction there is between the two, it may be plain old belligerence.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: She leaps on the table during the mediation session in order to throw further childish taunts to Richard.
  • Cute and Psycho: She's a nice girl who likes to write code for open projects, cooks fancy three course meals, and sexually identifies herself as a praying mantis who devours her lovers' heads after intercourse while flashing a pair of gardening scissors. Then it's implied she might actually be a serial killer.
    Richard: (thinking while looking clearly disappointed) There's always something.
  • Hollywood Nerd: Not as extreme as some examples, but she's definitely not bad-looking.
  • Nerd: In her first introduction, she's wearing a t-shirt that references the P versus NP problem.
    • She actually goes so far as to refer to Richard as a "filthy casual."
  • Nerd Glasses: A part of her Hollywood Nerd getup.
  • Put on a Bus: She's built up as a potential love interest for Richard before promptly disappearing at the end of her introductory arc, only showing one in two more strips (one of which was the 1000th page special).
  • Rich Boredom: She won two million dollars from the lottery, but quickly grew bored and started to seek a job or getting hobbies for the sake of doing something.
  • Volleying Insults: It's easier to count the things she does agree with Richard on.

Hitomi Sato

A young woman working at a maid cafe that Richard hits it off with during a business trip to Japan.


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