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Webcomic / MADH Vinyl

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Madh Vinyl is a Photo Comic about four girls with various magical and/or technological backgrounds. The characters are represented by Obitsu vinyl dolls (a type of ball-joined doll).

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  • The Ace: Hyacinth is something of this to Miyuki grade-wise, which contributes to Miyuki's dislike at of her.
  • Animated Actors: In side stories or specials, the characters interact directly with their owner/director Farnsworth.
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  • Buxom Is Better: About half the main characters, something Hyatt frequently comments on. Nyoko takes this to truly ridiculous levels.
  • Cat Girl: Anna Marie, Miyuki, and Hyacinth, as well as various test subjects from the same lab as Miyuki.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Hyatt does this constantly.
  • The Ditz: Anna Marie, although her poor English skills and memory issues give her something of an excuse.
  • Eloquent in My Native Tongue: Miyuki and Anna Marie both sound a lot smarter in their native Japanese, though Anna Marie is still The Ditz.
  • Jerkass: Hyatt regularly tortures Anna Marie and escapes any sort of detection.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite being a Jerkass towards her, Hyatt still performs a Heroic Sacrifice to save Anna Marie.
  • Killed Off for Real: Hyatt. Despite various fan theories to the contrary, Word of God has confirmed multiple times that she won't be returning, at least in the main story.
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  • Improbably Female Cast: So far, aside from some off-screen scientists, there's only been one male cast member — Robbie the Zombie.
  • Our Demons Are Different: Hyatt is basically a living computer virus, but Diamond refers to her as a demon.
  • Our Zombies Are Different: Robbie is the classic Voodoo version, though based on his advanced state of decay, he's been dead for a while.
  • Painting the Medium: The characters use different fonts when they're speaking Japanese and English, and Sapphire has a special font to represent her British Accent.
  • Shout-Out: Aside from the frequent Star Wars and Star Trek references, Hyatt refers to Anna Marie and Diamond as Pinky and the Brain.


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