Centered on two kids, the arrogant Patricia-Marie and her best friend Calloway, who end up fighting mobsters to rescue Calloway's older cousin with the help of a vigilante who Patty idolizes. Clearly inspired by Shōnen series, to the point that it has speed lines and Japanese sound effects.
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This comic provides examples of:
- The Ace: Vet is known through the newspapers as the Bridgeport Bruiser, a street vigilante who fights criminals. Patty worships her.
- Animesque: Despite it's cartoony designs and taking place in America, it utilizes speed lines and Japanese sound effects.
- Action Girl: Patty, Vet, and Margaret have shown themselves to be righteous ass-kickers.
- Ascended Fanboy: Patty gets to team up with her idol.
- Aura Vision: Vet has it.
- Badass Adorable: Calloway
- Badass Arm-Fold: When she's not fighting, Vet is constantly in this pose.
- Batter Up!: Calloway has a "Lucky Bat."
- Bratty Half-Pint: Patty is loud, obnoxious, and constantly starts fights, regardless if she's truly justified or not.
- Calling Your Attacks: Margaret of the Unholy Three has the "Dazzling Iconocalst," which is just landing on someone's face when they're already down.
- Extra! Extra! Read All About It!: Calloway has a job being this trope as a newsboy selling newspapers on the street.
- Deadpan Snarker: Joplin comes off like a condescending prick to Patty.
- Funny Animal: Despite a few humans, funny animals seem to be the majority of the people in the world so far.
- Humble Hero: Calloway is very passive and quiet, and doesn't seem to be goaded into the kind of bait a Hot-Blooded character would bite.
- Hot-Blooded: Patty is definitely this. Hot-headed and impulsive. She seems to take pride in butting into situations that don't concern her.
- Large Ham: Margaret loves being the center of attention and playing up theatrics.
- Leeroy Jenkins: The first thing patty does upon entering a speakeasy is to yell at the patrons because she views them all as criminals, starting conflict instantly.
- Improvised Weapon: Patty finds a wrench from a toolbox.
- Inkblot Cartoon Style: Many funny animals are Pie-Eyed, and the majority have White Gloves.
- Surprising lack of Rubber Hose Limbs so far, though.
- In the Name of the Moon: The Unholy Three are introduced practicing some sort of intro routine.
- Robinson seems to hate doing it.
- Kick Chick: Margaret has only been seen fighting with her feet.
- Punch-Clock Villain: Robinson doesn't seem to like being part of the Unholy Three, but the pay is important to him.
Chapters of this series provide examples of:
- The Cameo
- Chekhov's Gun: We see Calloway's Lucky bat in Chapter 3 before it's finally used from the end of Chapter 5 onwards.
- Heroes Gone Fishing: The chapter Funny Ways is just about Patty bringing Calloway along on a fishing trip with her grandfather.
- Squee!: Patty when she realizes that Vet is her idol the Bridgeport Bruiser.