- Abandoned Info Page: Amy formally ceased hosting her work on Tumblr in protest of the site's infamous change in policy and piss-poor implementation thereof, although she left her preexisting archive up for fans' convenience.
- Approval of God: Amy Mebberson tried pitching the comic to Disney to get them to make it official, and though they turned it down on account of going against the "no interactions" rule, the pitch is what got her on the Disney Princess comics and books.
- Channel Hop: Well, Website Hop; after dropping her Tumblr feed, Amy's preestablished Instagram and Facebook feeds became the main venue for Pocket Princesses (although she intends to drop Facebook should she find a suitable replacement), as well as a then-newly-launched Pinterest page.
- Creator Breakdown: A minor example; Comic #260 (In which the princesses come across a busty "Mulan in Leia's Slave Bikini" cosplayer and have to distract Leia from seeing it) was originally #253, but Amy took it down, feeling it was too demeaning to actual cosplayers. In the original version, Mulan is more clearly skeeved out by the cosplayer, whereas the edited version keeps the joke centered around Leia's potential reaction.
- Exiled from Continuity: While the comic does occasionally reference the direct-to-video sequels or Expanded Universe material such as Tangled: The Series (such as Rapunzel attempting to hide the return of her hair in the premiere or Cassandra's single appearance), this is largely avoided, presumably to be more accessible to casual readers who would only know about the original official movies.
- In Memoriam: Comic 186 was dedicated to the Star Wars Princess Leia after Carrie Fishers passing.
- Referenced by...: CellSpex gave the strip a Shout-Out in her review of Ralph Breaks the Internet.
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- Amy Mebberson is an official illustrator and toy designer for Disney and Hasbro, having got her start at Walt Disney Animation Australia where she got her start as an inbetweener on several Disneytoon Studios movies, note something she most decidedly does not write off as an Old Shame. She also worked as a story-boarder for The Muppets, and is best known for her comic artwork. note Of note is her work on the official Disney Princess comics, and as such has to frequently clarify that the official comics are wholly separate from Pocket Princesses.
- Unrelated to her Disney work, Amy also illustrated for a storybook entitled Timmys Awkward Christmas.
- What Could Have Been: Amy Mebberson pitched the comic to Disney as an official comic, but was turned down as it went against the rule of never having the princesses interact with each other. However, the pitch did get her on the Disney Princess comics.
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