The comic's story line takes place in present time and is focused around eight employees of SERGOM, a company that produces flying vehicles. Among many others, the cast includes Bernard, a bear who's job is to captain the ship; Vittoria, a wolf who has the ability to control her size and makes frequent use of it; Todd, a fox who qualifies as the youngest and possibly most idiotic employee of SERGOM. The company they work for is suffering financially and depends on its employees to gain the interest of large corporations and make a sale.
SERGOM provides examples of:
- Barefoot Cartoon Animal - The entire cast.
- Base on Wheels - The character's ship qualifies, with the addition that it can fly (most of the time).
- Funny Animal - The entire cast.
- Guest Strip - On strips #57 and #87.
- Like Reality Unless Noted - The crew move around to places implied to be equivalent to the real world; Alaska, Atlanta, Chicago, etc. Furthermore, the company for which the crew works is implied to work the same as any other business, with the exception of development, production, and sale of flying cars.
- Most Writers Are Human
- Ring... Ring... CRUNCH - On strip #1.
- Shout-Out - To the "Need a Moment?" Twix commercials. Strip #115 when Bernard is holding a Twix and gathering his thoughts.
- Sizeshifter - Vittoria.
- Too Dumb to Live - Todd. Seriously, how is he still alive, again?
- Transformation Comic - Vittoria can control her size. This happens all throughout the comic's story line.
- Unsound Effect - Strip #23 features the "Generic Bomb Dropping Noise."
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight - Flying cars aren't anything new, they are just another part of life for the crew.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair - Sarah.