- Jerkass Woobie: Crange. He's a selfish dick more often than not, but he did lose his home and what would be considered his family after the tree's death, and suffered from depression even prior to that. "Crange Can't Go Home" in particular highlights this.
- Nausea Fuel: "Crange Gets Sick". Just. "Crange Gets Sick."
- Nightmare Fuel: Plenty, despite the cartoony nature of the comic.
- Crange's problems with his self loathing reach new heights in the end of "Crange Is Stuck In A Room" when he pushes another version of himself to their death to save himself specifically. He was, in his own words, unnervingly okay with that despite showing clear reluctance to kill someone over the entire span of the comic, and the idea that he hadn't thought twice about killing himself so long as he didn't feel the pain of it is something that scars him deeply.
- Tear Jerker: Crange confronts the lumberjack. When he first realizes who it is, the look on Crange's face isn't the usual sort of terror he's displayed in the face of grotesque murders of complete strangers he's seen already. Every ounce of that same sobering trauma over being coated in his tree's gore comes rushing back to him, and he's left a distraught, shouting mess over the fact that the lumberjack doesn't even seem to care at first.
YMMV / He Is A Good Boy