Moonlake Comics is a comic strip/book company. This page shows the tropes.
- Darker and Edgier: Dreamwalkers and Blot, at least compared to other comics owned by Moonlake.
- Mascot: Samara Everdeen from Samara: The Ultimate Sheriff is the official mascot of the company. In addition to also being an unofficial mascot for action comics, there are unofficial mascots for each genre of the comics:
- BDFPs (until its ending) and Triple X Vision and Gem Woman (since May 12th, 2021): For adult comedies
- Rover and Squawks: Comic strips
- Vampires Next Door: Family-friendly comedy comics
- Stacy: Action comedy comics
- The Skirton sisters: Slice of life
- Slapstick: TBD.
- Friendly Fandoms:
- Due to the upcoming collaboration between Moonlake Comics and Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, both fans are getting along with each other very well.
- [Fortnite, since Samara and Stacy]
- [Minecraft, for similar reasons]
- Cash Cow Franchise: Prior to its cancelation, The Badly-Damaged Face Paints was the obvious and originally the most popular out of all of the Moonlake IPs. However, as it ended and since Samara was the mascot since the 2000s, it was then surprassed by Samara: The Ultimate Sheriff as the cash-cow and the most popular.
- Other Moonlake IPs that happened to turn very popular and become cash cow franchises are Doggone It, You Chicken!, Alexis, Rebecca and Braelynn, Ferd the Zombie Horse: The Supernatural Adventures, The Alien in Earth, Emma: Hero of the Jungle, Vampires Next Door, Legacy of the Valkyrie, The Perilers, Ginny and the Odd Girls, and Lily the World Wanderer.
- God Does Not Own the World: All of the Moonlake IPs are owned by Moonlake Comics themselves. For the television side, in addition to them being owned by Moonlake Animation and Moonlake Entertainment, both the 2000 BDFP series and the 2003 Doggone It, You Chicken! series are both co-owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment, the Alexis, Rebecca and Braelynn and The Alien in Earth TV shows are both co-owned by The Walt Disney Company, and the shows made in the ViacomCBS deal are also co-owned by them as well. The 2007 4Kids Agent Wolf series is the only series so far to be solely owned by the company itself.
- However, as of now, ViacomCBS now owns the rights to all of the pre-ViacomCBS catelog.
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