- Ascended Fanon: Believe it or not, the fact Stephanie Kane wears an emotive skull hairpin, like Layla Delacroix, is pure coincidence. Readers, at the time, thought Adam had stolen the idea, so after talks with Gisele Legace and David Lumsdon (co-writers of Eerie Cuties and Magick Chicks), they decided Layla originally had a matching set of hairpins when she was a kid and had given one to Stephanie as a parting gift.
- Creator Backlash: Michael Shelfer (the comic's artist since vol.3) didn't like Heather's character. On the official forum, he said she was "one-dimensional" and admitted he didn't even like drawing her. Which was the main reason she was written out, near the beginning of vol.4. He elaborated in the following quote:Shelfer: "Yeah, they hate me on Facebook. But anyways... Heather is just a... bitch. And now she's a vampire bitch. She has consistently portrayed that ever since she became a vampire. Personally, I loathed the idea of having her in the 'Space and Time' group and am glad she isn't there. Not once have I wanted her and Leonard to get together. Lenny deserves better. Besides, Katie and Suki are both way cuter."
- What Could Have Been: According to Adam, the fallout from the "Vampire Cheerleaders Must Die!" arc caused them to lose a significant amount of readers, which in turn, made it difficult to continue the comic, due to production costs and the loss of ad revenue. As a result, several ideas that'd been planned for the final volume had to be cut. Among them was "The Fall of PETM" arc that was to follow in the aftermath of vol. 3's epilogue, and a scene where Lori would've been shown interacting with Maria Delacroix and Adora Love, from Eerie Cuties. While another scene would have featured a cameo appearance by the main cast of Magick Chicks.
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