|First Appearance:|| It's Walky! 17 April 2003|
|Affiliations:|| SEMME, McAwesome's|
Agatha is a member of Squadron 82. She's friendly, open, and seems to like to tell stories.
Agatha was among the victims of Head Alien's Year Zero plot. Some time later, she appeared as Dina was wandering SEMME HQ alone, friendless, and dejected. With the entire rest of her squad having been wounded the previous week, Agatha was also lonely and willing to make a new friend - until Joe showed up, offering to massage that loneliness away.
Joe once asked Agatha and Rachel about why Robin disliked him so much, and she prepared to tell him the whole sordid tale, the twists and turns of which would shock and amaze him, but got interrupted by Rachel's condensed version of events. Usually a background character in SEMME scenes, Agatha was briefly seen in action during the Martian Invasion.
After SEMME was shut down, Agatha became an employee at McAwesome's Parasailing and Chocolate Bakery. Like all McAwesome's employees, she is a counterpart of a Shortpacked! employee - in her case, Robin.
- When the first chapter of It's Walky! was redrawn, Agatha was added to the unconscious SEMME agents pictured at SEMME HQ.
- Like many Walkyverse characters, Agatha wasn't given a last name until many years after the fact.
- David Willis briefly toyed with the last name "Cunningham" after a character from The Book of Mormon, but changed his mind after discovering the real-life Agatha Cunningham was "a famous missing kid".
Dumbing of Age
|First Appearance:||Dumbing of Age September 28, 2010|
Agatha is one of the undergrads living in the Clark Wing of Read Hall. She is a relatively regular incidental dialog provider, background character, floor meeting attendee and Mormon.
In recent weeks, she's become a bit of an Amazi-Girl fan.
- At present, Agatha's room-mate's identity is unknown. However, said room-mate has been described by Sarah as a "Notorious Bitchwad". (If Guns was to be a character in the strip, it would've been her.)
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