Mostly just gimmick comics and introducing the cast.
Since James doesn't belong in the house, Jo tries unsuccessfully to hide him in her closet. Moonie rats on them and Mommy conjectures that they're sleeping together. They freak out at the notion. Jo realizes James is unattractive and makes him drink a potion to turn into a pretty-boy. Maryna and the Muffin Man appear to hit on him (and on Mommy). Austin appears for no reason.
Once Heather appears, Mommy says there isn't enough room in the house and shoos them off to stay at a hotel. Various sexual acts follow between various people. And a muffin. Necro attacks! But in the real world, Austin made a devastating confession that he planned to date another girl. He was promptly and brutally killed in the comic. Then he was brought back to life as a pretty boy to be used to as distraction and bait to Necro. Everyone else escapes unscathed.
Lots of filler and unrelated strips. Austin dies some more.
Jo starts attending Butte College, and thus, her college buddies are introduced into the comic.
Julia, in real life, visits Jo's house for a week. In the comic, Jo makes Julia's hometown vanish from the face of the earth so that they have to live together.
The guys mope around in a pub about their lost loves, and James kvetches a recent roleplay heartbreak.
The first ever long-running plot arc! Jo proposes to Austin for the second time and a marriage is set in order to fall exactly on strip 100. But there's a mysterious evil brooding behind the scenes...Will all fall to ruin? Dun dun duuun!
The J-Team assembles to battle a werewolf raging through the city. Features cheesy superhero one-liners...and lots of Corn-chakus.
Jo decides to attend the First Annual Rama-Con in an attempt to make a faddy "Con Report" like so many webcomickers do. But a shadowy figure is prowling the girls -- and Moonie is up to her usual stupidity.
A quick recap followed by a succession of gag comics, then a series of mini-arcs, including Adventures in Midol and Li'l Jo Flashbacks, then some more gags.
The J-Team returns to do battle again, and Jo's superhero identity is finally revealed.
More one-shot gags, and some holiday humour.
Still on the one-shots, this time moving onto pop culture references and lots of rantlets about life's annoyances.
Increasing absurdity, planetary office humor, and a rantlet about a certain artist who shall go unnamed lest I get sued for libel.
"What if everyone became an anime character archetype?" was asked in a chatroom, and, well...This happened.
Some more gags.
Half old, half new Doodlies I did during my job as an usher.
I don't know where these are going yet. They just have nothing to do with ushering anymore.