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->'''Clone of Creator/BenjaminFranklin:''' Why do you have your barber on emergency speed dial?
->'''Dr. [=McNinja=]:''' I don't know? Because life is '''''crazy?!'''''
-->--''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja''

Guess what? Remember last week when [[{{Satan}} The Devil]] possessed our [[MonsterRoommate resident]] [[AlienAmongUs alien]] when we killed that vampire? Well, this week we've got {{time travel}}ing [[BlackMagic wizards]] on our tail! Good thing we acquired those PsychicPowers from that [[TheMonolith black monolith]] two weeks ago, eh?

...Basically, every concept or [[MonsterMash creature]] that was ever touched upon in popular culture is not only real, but has a vested interest in the main characters. However, despite the rampant weirdness, everything superficially ''appears'' to be identical to the present day.

Distinguished from [[SuperheroPrevalenceStages comic book]] [[StandardSuperheroSetting settings]] in that in comics, the unusual is used as a plot device ("This guy comes from space, and that's why he has powers!"), whereas World Of Weirdness uses it as a plot enabler ("This guy went to space on his vacation, and all he got was this stupid T-shirt!").

Often comes hand-in-hand with the LawOfConservationOfNormality. Often develops a complex and nuanced CrossoverCosmology. Use of this in a serious manner with separate explanations of how all of the weirdness came to be turns it into a FantasyKitchenSink. MagicAIsMagicA can generally be assumed to be completely averted.

This trope was originally named "Planet Eris" after the goddess of Chaos in ''Literature/PrincipiaDiscordia'', the prime text of the UsefulNotes/{{Discordian|ism}} religion. Also relates to the original Ancient Greek mythology version of Eris as the goddess of discord, strife and quarrels. Look up the ''Literature/TheIliad'' (especially the Judgement of Paris scene) for one of her most famous roles therein, you know the Original Snub and 'For the Fairest' and the Golden Apple Corps. Not to be confused with Eros, god of sexual love and beauty, or Ares, god of war, [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters or Chaos/Khaos/]]χάος, [[GeniusLoci who was the void before the creation of gods and earth]]. Yeah, Greek Myth was involved. Suffice to say Eris is the embodiment of the modern term chaos, discord and the fun stuff.

This is the most common setting for the FlatEarthAtheist.
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[[folder: Anime And Manga ]]
* ''{{Durarara}}'' can be like this at times; while there is a little surprise at the existence of the headless motorcyclist Celty, Shizuo's superhuman strength is considered, at worst, an interesting character quirk. Simon's almost equal strength isn't even that.
* ''AxisPowersHetalia'': You have aliens, mythical creatures visible only to certain countries, and other sorts of weirdness. And yet life goes on as normal for most of the human race.
* ''Anime/LoveHina'' definitely falls into this, as characters using robots, magic, etc. is hardly noticable. Even when Keitaro's ability to withstand severe physical abuse is revealed to be some form of nigh-indestructability, it's not given much more than a shrug; people generally are just mildly impressed by it.
** This does not hold for ''Anime/MahouSenseiNegima'', the semi-sequel set in the same universe, where [[TheMasquerade a masquerade]] is clearly shown to be upheld.
* ''CromartieHighSchool'' has, among its student body, a robot, a gorilla, and an extremely buff character who may or may not be [[Music/{{Queen}} Freddie Mercury]]. The anime even adds things like spaceships flying in the background and a character's mohawk apparently being prehensile.
* The ''{{Doraemon}}'' movies has the main cast encountering dinosaurs, giant robots, aliens, evolved animals, wizards, dragons, merpeople, etc. The whole series, for a start, has a robotic cat from the future as the main character.
* The original run of ''DragonBall'' was this, albeit set in a fantasy universe. Beyond walking, talking FunnyAnimal|s, magic and shape-shifting was considered usual. Even in ''Z'', this was present (although less obvious).
** This was a hold-over from Toriyama's previous series, ''DrSlump''.
* Two words. ''{{One Piece}}''. Let's see, humans, mermaids, fishmen, and giants (who are all able to interbreed). A World Government like this one that hasn't already destroyed the world. Circular rainbows, a race of alien angels with weird hair who say "Heso", fruit that lets people stretch like rubber or shoot magma, an unofficial government for pirates, dinosaurs hunted for food... Is it any wonder that the singing skeleton with an afro rarely gets lampshaded anymore?
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[[folder: Comic Books ]]
* ''ScottPilgrim'' is a perfect example of this trope at its finest. With little more than a HandWave describing the series as a [[WidgetSeries Wicket]], the series casually includes epic battle scenes, mystical powers, save points, and ninjas. A good example of how the series treats fantastical elements is that finding out someone is psychic is generally no more surprising than finding out that they're vegan[[note]]In the series, there's actually some overlap, as a vegan diet gives you psychic powers.[[/note]]; it's unusual, but in no way fantastic.
* The premise of ''Comicbook/{{Fables}}''. Every single character from history and fiction that the author [[PublicDomainCharacter won't be sued for using]] is fair game as a character.
** The same goes for spin-off series ''Jack of Fables''.
* Creator/AlanMoore's ''TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' is this, especially if you read the text chapters and not just the comics. Not surprising, since the main premise of the books is that all written fiction is true.
* The tie-in comics for ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' go into some detail about what it's like to live in a town where all the inhabitants are cartoon characters. It's... chaotic, verging on a WorldGoneMad (the first issue involves a safe falling from nowhere, a pair of DancingPants that talks like a gangster, and evil flying pizzas that are ultimately defeated by a pack of dogs).
* PlayedForLaughs in ''SamAndMax'', which has aliens, psychics, zombies, wizards, gangsters, talking toys, ghosts, Santa Claus, elves, roadside Americana, dinosaurs, mole people, time travel, Satan and hell, vampires, sapient [=80s=] computers, talking paintings... The [[DarkerAndEdgier surprisingly epic]] game ''The Devil's Playhouse'' is a story about a space gorilla attempting to steal the psychic brain of the President of the US, who is also a murderous rabbit creature and the second main character, while battling a dark wizard who wants the brain to unsummon [[CosmicHorror Yog Soggoth]], and a RealityWarper Pharaoh.
* ''ComicBook/KingCity'' has, among other things, Sasquatch, ninjas, {{Green Skinned Space Babe}}s aplenty, psychics, gangsters, an ancient Mayan corn cult, various monsters, an EldritchAbomination, and a bunch of specially trained warriors whose main weapons are their pet cats.

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[[folder: Fan Fic ]]
* ''Fanfic/Swing123AndGarfieldodiesCalvinverse'' has aliens, all sorts of technology, [[MadScientist mad scientists]]...

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[[folder: Film ]]
* ''ForbiddenZone'' mostly takes place in the eponymous Fifth Dimension, which can be summarized by saying its leader, Fausto the Midget King, is planning on conquering the galaxy with an army of zombie babies as soon as he can get his teenage lover away from his wife's evil anthropomorphic frog. The "real world" is a little better, aside from the giant mouth in the Hercules family's basement and Squeezit's ability to talk to chickens whenever his mom's "clients" beat him up.
* ''MenInBlack'' manages to be this in spite of TheMasquerade. It implies the real world is like this, we just don't know about it because a) the MIB organization is actively hiding the truth from the general public and b) whenever someone ''does'' spill the beans, nobody believes them anyway. At one point K goes to get leads from the "hot sheets", which turn out to be tabloids like ''National Enquirer'' and ''Weekly World News''. He tells the incredulous J, "Finest investigative reporting on the planet. Oh, you can read the ''New York Times'' if you ''want'' to; sometimes they get lucky."
* In ''{{Looper}}'', time travel is at least treated as an odd sort of thing from the future. The fact that a percentage of the population is telekinetic, however, gets barely any fanfare.

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[[folder: Literature ]]
* One of the earliest examples, and arguably an inspiration for this trope's original name: Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson's ''Literature/{{Illuminatus}}'' trilogy was deliberately written to be the World of Weirdness of conspiracy theories.
* RobertRankin has built a highly successful writing career on this trope.
* Simon Green's ''Literature/{{Nightside}}'' novels surely qualify, as they feature pop-culture figures like "the Traveling Doctor" operating side by side with mythological gods and extradimensional entities. One might walk into any Nightside pub and find a cyborg, a mummy, and a gnome in a Nazi uniform knocking back shots at the bar, none of which would strike the pub's regulars as odd.
* ''Literature/TheGoneAwayWorld'' by Nick Harkaway has decaying reality as the setting due to a super weapon gone awry.
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[[folder: Live Action TV ]]
* ''LookAroundYou'' has ghosts, time travel, animals capable of building computers, resurrection, a disease that turns people into piles of rocks while granting them the ability to fly, and a thousand other bizarre things...all treated as perfectly normal.
* ''Series/TrueBlood'' subverts this; it starts out establishing [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]] as having integrated into society and considered an oppressed minority and civil rights group. Other creatures, however--werewolves, shapeshifters, telepaths--are treated as strange and keep up a [[TheMasquerade masquerade]].
* An ambiguous case in ''Series/BoredToDeath''; George jokingly asks his driver if being Asian gives him amazing martial arts prowess. The driver indignantly responds that he is Indian, not Chinese, but that he does have the ability to change his body temperature at will. It's never stated whether this is true or not, but the character's seriousness implies it might be.
* ''Series/RoundTheTwist'': the first two series were mostly focused on ghosts with a few other strange things. In the later seasons, all bets were off, with books of Viking magical poetry, living shadows, [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext fish that make your penis function like a propellor]], [[GrossoutShow gelato machines in human form that extrude the stuff from their noses]], magical kiss-granting lip balm, time travel radios, a FreakyFridayFlip resulting from a badly tuned VR machine, dragons, ghostly dogs that curse you to [[VerbalTic end every sentence]] with "without my pants", and even an episode where two characters had their brains sucked out of their heads and shot out the window, necessitating said brains to bounce across town to regain their bodies.
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[[folder: Magazines ]]
* The comics in Magazine/TopSecret seem to take place in a world made from all the video game settings mushed together, thus allowing the heroes to go on wacky hijinx [[IndianaJonesAndTheFateOfAtlantis with Indiana Jones]] or [[StarWars having their office attacked by the Death Star]].
* The ''Magazine/ForteanTimes'' is predicated on this trope. Halfway between complete credulity of the New Age sort and militant scepticism of the James Randi variety, FT gathers in and recounts strange and anomalous events from around the world, and discusses their validity or otherwise in a very serious and readable way.
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[[folder:Music]]
* TheGorillaz play to this. It can be excused in their music videos, but when you find in their backstories that they attended [[ComicBook/XMen Xavier's School for Gifted Children]], are part of a government Super Soldier program that specializes in creating brilliant musicians, were suspended from school due to demon posession, or have scaly green skin due to tanning, this trope comes into play.
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[[folder: Newspaper Comics ]]
* In its early years, ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' had strips involving dinosaurs, aliens, trolls, people stowing away inside Dilbert's torso, and an arc where Dilbert is killed by Mother Nature and is brought BackFromTheDead. There's much less of that stuff now, though it's not completely diminished, what with consultants who dig into your flesh just to get at your wallet, the ruler of Heck (titled "Prince of Insufficient Light") showing up every now and again, talking animals who function as {{Corrupt Corporate Executive}}s and Indians apparently being taught telekinesis in college.
-->(Asok [[YourHeadASplode blows up some guy's head with his mind]])\\
'''Dilbert:''' They taught you some good stuff.\\
'''Asok:''' Nah, they don't even let you in unless you can do that.
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[[folder: Tabletop Games ]]
* Both the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' and the ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness''. Vlad Tepes invented vampirical Scientology (which actually ''works''), Frankenstein's Monster is the father of a race of other Frankensteinian monsters, evil aliens infect the souls of entire vampire clans, and five tons of other stuff.
** The fanmade ''World of Darkness'' gameline ''TabletopGame/GeniusTheTransgression'' only continues the above trend.
* Steve Jackson Games' ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Illuminati University'' gives every appearance of being created specifically to be the setting for pretty much any webcomic you care to name. The Phil Foglio art doesn't hurt that at all...
** ''GURPS [[TheIlluminati Illuminati]]'' also has this quality, but less light-hearted.
* ''Pandemonium!: Adventures in Tabloid World'' is a comedy RPG which takes place in a world where all the stuff you read in "weird but true" tabloids like the ''Weekly World News'' (reincarnation, Fortean phenomena, psychic powers, aliens, and so on) really is true.
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[[folder: Video Games ]]
* VideoGame/EarthwormJim. Bosses include a bungee-jumping booger man, Professor Monkey-for-a-Head, fire-breathing snowmen, a fire-breathing steak, and Queen Bloated-Festering-Pus-Filled-Malformed-Slug-for-a-Butt.
* ''SecondLife'' '''is''' this. Don't be fooled by the apparent pretenses at realism at the starting area.
* The world of {{Katamari Damacy}}, nonstop. Massive spirits, demons, monsters, and power ranger-expies wandering around; floating cities and giant mushrooms; and of course, the royal family itself.
* In ''CityOfHeroes'', Paragon City is a pretty weird place.
** City of Heroes is actually rather internally consistent, although everything weird ''ever'' happens to be concentrated in the two faction cities. However, a lack of available lore leads to many players [[{{Fanon}} getting creative]]. This applies to any Superhero game, of course. Not many people want to conform to preset concepts and origins.
* ''Videogame/{{Touhou}}'': in the windows games: [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire Vampires]], [[CuteGhostGirl Ghosts and]] [[RealityWarper a reality warper]], MagiTek [[HumanAliens moon people and]] [[PettingZooPeople bunny girls]], [[PalsWithJesus rival Goddesses]] [[GodsNeedPrayerBadly set up shop down the street]], [[ApocalypseHow World domination/destruction by]] [[ILoveNuclearPower nuclear-powered]] [[LikeABadassOutOfHell Hell Crow]], and [=UFOs=], all while [[AllThereInTheManual supplemental materials]] and FanFic portray liberal SchizoTech, especially at the hands of the [[{{youkai}} kappa and tengu]], or whenever "[[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve technology becomes mythical]]" enough for it [[TheMagicGoesAway to disappear into Gensokyo]]. [[GoodAllAlong While they may fight for no reason at first,]] [[MonsterOfTheWeek the various monsters or spacemen]] [[DefeatMeansFriendship make up]], [[DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu and drink tea with all the other freaks afterwards]].
* ''TheSims'' and its sequels are basically set on a World of Weirdness. There's the obvious stuff, like the alien abductions, vampires, werewolves, [[FantasyKitchenSink and so forth]]; and then there are the subtler examples found in the buyable objects' descriptions, like the fact that there's apparently a government rehabilitation program in which actual bears make teddy bears.
* The ShinMegamiTensei games are almost certainly set on WorldOfWeirdness. Oh sure, it looks like ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' is set on Earth until you remember that the SEBEC Group built a machine that rewrites reality [[spoiler:[[PoweredByAForsakenChild based on the whims of a high school girl in a coma]].]]
** In ShinMegamiTenseiI, StephenHawking created the Demon Summoning Program. In the sequel, he's still providing updates.
** ''ShinMegamiTensei'' is really a Multiverse of Weirdness, as most games take place in alternate Earths that each undergo their own little apocalypses and then have to deal with the aftermath. The ''Persona'' subseries is the least applicable to this trope with hints that TheMasquerade is enforced by a mix of government and corporate cover-ups and willful disbelief. However, ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}''' were more willing to do things that couldn't just be covered up or written off as mass hysteria, and ''everyone'' seemed to already know when someone else might, say, be a demon summoner. ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' were more bent on preserving TheMasquerade, disqualifying them from this trope.
* In ''{{Minecraft}}'', common gameplay elements include [[TheUndead zombies and skeletons]], [[GiantSpiders giant spiders]], [[TheSlenderManMythos (sl)endermen]], [[FunctionalMagic magic]], [[RuinsForRuinsSake ancient ruins]], and [[AnotherDimension interdimensional travel]].
* [[GearsOfWar Planet Sera]] is relatively normal on the surface. Sure, they've got some pretty advanced tech such as [[DoAnythingRobot Do-Anything Robots]] and {{Kill Sat}}s even though all their buildings look pretty old-fashioned, but that's just because most of the money gets pumped into the military. When you go underground however, you start finding the weird shit, like an entire race of BeePeople, a '''GIANT WORM!''', and a miracle fuel [[spoiler:that is actually a parasitic organism]].
* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' seemed like a simple cel-shaded gorefest... at first. But in recent years, the continuity was expanded. Now, the canon of the game includes ghosts, magicians, [[TimeTravel time travel,]] [[FrickingLaserBeams laser guns]] from [[AnotherDimension other dimensions,]] transformative elements that give people incredible strength, heightened intelligence and superb mustaches (yes, even the women), [[ItMakesSenseInContext giant floating eyeball monsters that open portals to the Underworld,]] [[TheGrays and quite possibly, aliens...]]
* The ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER}}'' series.
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[[folder: Web Comics ]]
* Webcomic/TemplarArizona is set in a largely realistic but subtly different world, where there are, among other things, fast-food restaurants serving fried guinea pig, and one of the largest immigrant factions of the eponymous city is composed of people who are both ethnically and culturally ''Ancient Egyptian''. There's also a huge black man named Scipio who is a professional bodyguard and who dresses pretty much like a Roman gladiator, and no one who meets him finds anything even slightly remarkable about this.
* ''CtrlAltDel'': In the beginning, the comic had many appearances of ninjas, an [[http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/cad/20021025 ogre]], random arrows, and one ''[[http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/cad/20021101 insistence]]" where Ethan kills a person before he can say all your base are belong to us. Now, the only "supernatural" things in the comic would have to be Zeke, Ted, Chef Brian, and any comic poking fun at a game, movie, etc.
* ''SluggyFreelance'' When {{Satan}} was summoned into Riff's computer in the very first series of strips, that was more ''normal'' than what would be the average. Not only are alternate universes, demons, aliens and TimeTravel present and accounted for, but also aliens ''from'' alternate universes, demons from the far future and every other mind-wrenching combination you can imagine. Sometimes they fight each other.
--> '''Torg''': With my secretary encased in a cocoon, I can't get a lot done.
--> '''Riff''': And I don't have to worry about saving the world from an alien invasion for now.
--> '''ZoŽ''': And with the prophesy fulfilled, the comets won't destroy the Earth for weeks.
--> '''Torg, Riff, and ZoŽ''': IT'S SUMMER VACATION TIME!
--> '''Torg and Riff''': ''...Comets?''
--> '''ZoŽ''': School is out and the office is closed, but that just sounded too dull compared to you guys. You really know how to make a girl sound boring.
* Ditto ''{{Goats}}''.
* Subtle, but still occurring, in ''QuestionableContent'': minor things, like one character being born on a space station, and the existence of miniature, bipedal, sentient robots.
** Given how little we've seen of the world of QC, this could actually be an example of TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture instead, or at least a slightly different present.
*** [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=171 Raised by robots]]
*** Even if it's just a bit in the future, that still doesn't explain the "mundane insanity" of Pintsize doing stuff that other [=AnthroPCs=] can't (zipping across town and back in less time than it should take to ''drive'', let alone walking on his stubby little legs), the insane scooter girl, and then there's Steve's little adventures while he was absent from the comic for awhile...
** Three words: [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1557 Flying]] [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1594 Roomba]] [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1643 babies]].
** Also, arbitrary action movie [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=696 just]] [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=697 happens]].
** WordOfGod - In the news post under [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=2035 this comic]], Jeph Jacques says about QC, "...It is a comic in an alternate universe." So that explains THAT, I guess.
* ''Webcomic/CollegeRoomiesFromHell'' shamelessly lives and breathes this trope as well.
** Nicely summed up in [[http://www.crfh.net/d/20030123.html this]] strip. That is by ''far'' not the craziest thing that ever happened.
* ''Webcomic/BloodyUrban''. Though it started off as a fairly standard UrbanFantasy, it now embraces this trope completely.
* ''DemonPlanet'': More of a DigDug vs. Lion planet destroyed by the machinations of Unholy Gorilla.
* See also the webcomics featuring the PublicDomainCharacter JennyEverywhere.
* ''Webcomic/CaseyAndAndy'' is fond of this sort of thing as well.
* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' has ''tons'' of this. The "new readers" page actually contains a warning that the comic "often ignores the laws of Physics".
** The "EGS Mayhem" forum is worse. As in, if the Weirdness Index of ''El Goonish Shive'' is x, then the Weirdness Index of EGS Mayhem is x^x, at least. There's a reason the forum tagline is ''It means "The Goonish Shive crippling of eye or limb".''
** As the comic developed, things became a [[MagicAIsMagicA little more internally consistent]], although still pretty random.
* ''DresdenCodak'' has more than a few instances of this. Niels Bohr is feline, unobserved and immortal. The [[{{Mayincatec}} Toltec]] underworld exists, Heaven exists (though not [[FluffyCloudHeaven the type of heaven one might expect]]). The Egyptian pantheon exists, and so do robots and time travellers. And that's just the beginning of it.
** And yet the fantasy and surrealist elements coexist alongside some rather solid, hard-SF science.
* In ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'', Dr. [=McNinja=] lives in an alternate-universe Cumberland, Maryland, in which [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]] run the Red Cross, {{pirate}}s still sail the seas and [[SkyPirate skies]], and the mayor installed a working [[ZombieApocalypse zombie]] defense system which got used. What's particularly funny is that no one takes the weirdness for granted.
** No one, that is, except for King Radical, who thinks there isn't nearly enough of it, and hopes to pull beings from his home dimension, the Radical Lands, into Doc's world to turn it UpToEleven. (NB: This is because his own world was poisoned by an evil unicorn overlord that later turns into a mind-controlling motorcycle.)
*** [[spoiler: It's later revealed that the reason the world is so strange is because of a leaking dimensional rift; it's right between the Radical Lands and another [[RealLife similar yet exceptionally more boring dimension]].]]
* ''BobAndGeorge'' is a notable example of this trope in action. It has everything including alternate dimensions, time travel and lots of breaking the fourth wall. Seemingly everyone in that comic seems to be in on the joke, though. If anything, it's almost ''too'' goofy.
* ''ScaryGoRound'' is full of goblins, devil bears, talking flying bells, scheming Wendigos, {{Satan}}, WeirdScience of many kinds, numerous [[MilkmanConspiracy bizarre conspiracies]] and a fish-man in self-denial.
* ''{{Candi}}'' is a mild example. It's mostly about the lives of ordinary college students, but every now and then some weirdness pops up. It seems to be slowly increasing in frequency, too - first there was just the levitating ferret, then the squirrel mafia shows up...
* ''TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'' has this, with the caveat that all the insanity tends to gravitate around [[WeirdnessMagnet one guy]].
* ''Webcomic/EmergencyExit'' starts off completely normal (aside from the inexplicable insanity of Eddie), but soon drops into World of Weirdness with the introduction of such things as Karl's apartment's alternate-reality portal, the talking cat Fred, witchcraft, curses, and shapeshifting villains competing in a quest to grab the pieces of some [[CosmicKeystone shattered artifact]]... ''ParallelDementia'', which EE crossed over with a couple times, starts looking normal by comparison, and that's a post-apocalyptic dark urban fantasy where nightmares and demons run rampant.
** All of which serves to make the things Eddie says make a lot more sense...
* The entire premise of ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'' is the way in which the main character, [[EmotionlessGirl Antimony]], is completely unsurprised by any of the strange, mystical goings on at the titular boarding school.
** Not exactly that surprising, since when she lived in a hospital, before she came to the Court, Antimony was on first name terms with several [[spoiler:psychopomps]].
* ''Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}'' (and presumably its SpiritualSuccessor ''SkinHorse'') take place in a world where mad science in particular is pretty rampant. The existence of demons, Hell, and ghosts is confirmed, and aliens have been mentioned in throwaway. Human magic, as well as Earthly supernatural creatures, hasn't been shown yet, but mad science can replicate those pretty well (a newly-mad mad scientist has an almost magical field of entropic chaos around them, and ''SkinHorse'' feature [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent science-created werewolves]] complete with infectiousness and regeneration) in one storyline.
* ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}''. {{Kaiju}}, {{Ninja}}, ZombieApocalypse, HumongousMecha, {{Magical Girl}}s, etc. [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight Nobody seems surprised]], though - it's [[ThirtySecondsOverTokyo Tokyo]].
** Parts of it are [[CrazyAwesome Largo]]'s imagination, though.
** It gets more complicated. WordOfGod says that the comic is about different perceptions of reality, much like a larger-scale version of the [[CalvinAndHobbes Hobbes]] conundrum. And nobody's reality is called "true" so far. So the girls may be parts of Piro's imagination and Largo may be entirely right.
*** Considering how strongly perceptions play into the comic, don't be surprised if the determinator of which reality is "correct" in the end is the ''audience''.
---->[[http://forums.megatokyo.com/index.php?showtopic=1736148&view=findpost&p=5037822 Did it ever occur to you guys that this plethora of widely varying perceptions is exactly the device I am applying in MT for a specific effect?]]
**** What Piro sees is true for Piro. What Largo sees is true for Largo. Their realities (among many others) occupy the same space, but are effectively separate. They appear to represent the extreme ends of the spectrum, with most of the other characters sitting somewhere in between. In fact, Piro and Largo appear to be the ''only'' characters in the comic who have no perception of one another's reality, with everyone else having at least some degree of crossover.
* ''{{Nukees}}'' is careful to paint its protagonist's encounters with the Egyptian Gods as delusions (or at least plausibly deniable) ... but the killer AI/giant robot ant/velociraptor is ''perfectly normal''.
* ''{{Khatru}}'' has MadScience, FunctionalMagic, super-powered [[PlayingWithFire college]] [[HealingFactor students]], and more.
* ''[[http://www.jaydenandcrusader.com Jayden and Crusader]]'' often has chaotic things occurring, ranging from an attack by a slime monster in the early pages, to time travel on a steam powered hover-motor-cycle in the middle to battling an enraged android currently.
* The world of ''TheDragonDoctors'' is pretty much this; it's 2000 years in our future, after the world has been blown up four times, the fourth of which fused it with several other worlds. Most sociological and technological conventions ''resemble'' those of modern-day society, but magic is ever-present and allows people to do all sorts of interesting things. The Docs are just as likely to treat pinkeye one day and face a killer sentient cancer another, or turn a gorgon into a human at her request. As their leader says, "We don't live in a world where nothing is real. We live in a world where ''everything'' is real... though not all at once."
* [[UnluckyEverydude Sam]] in ''SamAndFuzzy'' is often bewildered by strangeness, and seems to be a [[WeirdnessMagnet magnet]] for it. Demon-possessed refrigerators, [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot ninja mafia]], [[ElaborateUndergroundBase elaborate underground cities]]--all real, and all highly important to the plot.
* While everyday life mostly stays normal in ''{{The-FAN}}'', many supernatural concepts are mentioned in casual conversation. People with psychic powers or magical abilities (the latter are referred to as Gifted) are no different from the rest of humanity. In fact, it would seem that humans are sharing the planet with other sentient creatures as well. Murke the shape-shifting imp is treated no differently than a human who's a master of disguises would be.
* ''AGirlAndHerFed'': the central cast consists of a woman who can see ghosts, a cyborg federal agent, the ghost of Creator/BenjaminFranklin, and a genetically engineered neocon koala supergenius. Then things get a little weird.
* [[http://www.notmadcomic.com I'm Not Mad]] appears to take place on World, especially in the revamped second season.
* [[PennyArcade Tycho and Gabe]] routinely encounter supernatural events, like zombie outbreaks, or even sentient robotic fruit fuckers, without it surprising them the least. It's pretty unclear how crazy their world really is, since half the comics happen in video game worlds.
* ''FlakyPastry'' in most ways bears a superficial resemblance to the normal world, but it started out with goblins and dragons and has been getting crazier ever since.
* WebComic/AxeCop is pretty much a league of its own when it comes to this trope. Being conceived in the highly imaginative mind of a five-year-old might have something to do with that. Between hordes of dinosaurs, absurd superheroes, zombies, super-powered babies, ninjas, exploding telephones, [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot sidekicks turned dinosaur turned avocado turned unicorn turned ghost turned ghostly dinosaur]], casual space travel, robots and out-of-the-blue transformations, all SerialEscalation, and resident {{Badass}} Axe Cop himself, the comic takes this trope UpToEleven.
* ''VoodooWalrus'' has a long history of [[http://voodoowalrus.com/?p=43 baby powered dommcano based publishing houses]], [[http://voodoowalrus.com/?p=699 sentient cacti instigating catsplosions]], and [[http://voodoowalrus.com/?p=1729 daytrips to future dystopias]].
* ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', except, of course, for the Reality Zone.
* The entire stable of comics loosely tied into the {{Walkyverse}} (including, but not limited to, QuestionableContent, DieselSweeties, GirlsWithSlingshots, SomethingPositive, ScaryGoRound, and a number of others) includes extensive use of artificial intelligence, boneless cats, ghosts, convenient space travel, and butts disease.
* The world shared by AdventureDennis and HoverHead qualifies, given that it includes super heroes, demons, ghosts, yetis, living snowmen, aliens, wizards, and more.
* {{Justified}} in ''Webcomic/{{minus}}'', where everything imaginable exists, because the main character is [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]].

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* In the [[Roleplay/WALLEForumRoleplay WALL-E Forum Roleplay]], the Chicago Colony is inhabited by humans, [[HumanPopsicle human popsicles]], sapient animals, robots, robots that should have been part of a mass scrap years ago, an ousted robot spy, a robot based off an extremely destructive enemy automaton, a [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} Turret]] rescued and given a robot body, a human robot sympathizer extremist, a human robot nonsympathizer, refugees from a nearly extinct race whose planet was blown up, refugees from a race of [[TitanAE alien kangeroos]] whose planet was consumed by a HordeOfAlienLocusts, refugees from a starship infested with {{Eldritch Abomination}}s and generally considered to be a BedlamHouse, a couple of immortal entities, and probably a few folks I haven't thought of. There's another faction located underground, they were until recently regularly attacked by a RealityWarper (who they finally killed), and some [[AncientConspiracy very old secrets]] have been discovered although there's probably some more. This is all considered to be completely normal.
** There are also a few other places on the planet that are inhabited, and then you go into space and things get ''really'' weird... and that's not even counting HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace....
* ''TheOnion'' could be read as a serious newspaper from a crazy parallel world.
* The whole crux of ''MattNDusty'', to the point where LampshadeHanging has become a frequent running gag.
* ''TrintonChronicles'' is a little bit of this in every single way with vampires, super powers, magic, and hyper tech being the norm.
* ShinyObjectsVideos, according to WordOfGod, is "everyday scenes from a world utterly unbound by the rules of reality as we know them."
* ''DSBTInsaniT''. Ghosts who can turn you invisible, deities manifested as waterfalls using the form of a woman as a hollow shell, and MegaMicrobes made of water are just normal things to the cast.
* ''GaiaOnline'' features this, to an extreme, mostly due to its origins as a roleplaying community. They add a new canon race every year (or in the case of 2008 ''five''), not including various item based and user created races. Santa Claus has been killed, revived, then ''turned into a cow''. There have been two [[ZombieApocalypse zombie invasions]] and an alien invasion. The first shopkeeper you meet is a former vampire with a talking cat. There are at least three Mega Corps, one owned by Mrs. Claus, and the other two owned by resident Megalomaniac Johnny K. Gambino [[spoiler:and his clone]]. The Dark Elves run TheMafia. There is a city filled with Robots. Someone literally just ''found'' orcs in a cave. Centaurs are bureaucratic environmentalists. There are Pirates, Ninjas, [[NoCommunitiesWereHarmed "Otami" Spirits]], and TheMenInBlack. Oh, and [[EverythingTryingToKillYou random objects have been coming alive and attacking people]]. Strangely, {{NPC}}s only consider the last one weird.
** Funnily, quite a few of those things were player made organizations before becoming entrenched in Canon.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'': A supervillain union, a henchman support group, Blaculas, sasquatches, haunted {{Indian burial ground}}s, necromancy, alchemy, [[MadScientist super-science]] as a discipline of science, and you can even wake up in a bathtub full of ice in Mexico, minus your kidneys!
** Music/DavidBowie [[ItWasHisSled is the leader]] of a globally-recognized organization for the benefits of super villains, though according to the Season 5 finale [[spoiler: he's actually a shapeshifter who met Bowie once]].
* ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'': Garfield foils multiple alien invasions, helps a witch get married, protects Bigfoot from nosy photographers, gets chased by a ghost, and encounters multiple robots and prehistoric animals. The characters in the US Acres segment find this happening to them as well, in addition to aliens and robots they've encountered an angel and discovered a chocolate mine.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' has this in spades, including the ''actual'' [[GreekMythology goddess Eris]].
* Pretty much the premise of ''UglyAmericans''.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': Alien invasions, {{Timey Wimey Ball}}s including a double-subverted grandfather paradox, brains that make people dumb and plan to destroy the universe once they're omniscient (leading to yet ''another'' TimeyWimeyBall), time is both a straight line and a circle, [[AuthorAppeal Amazon planets]], [[FantasyCounterpartCulture native Martians]], amoral robots that want to [[OmnicidalNeutral kill all humans]], robots insisting they evolved when [[CaptainObvious they were created by man]], celebrity heads in jars, suicide booths, a zombie that represents the spirit of Chanukah, a spaceship that became omnipotent when it crashed into God, rape tentacles from another universe, French-accented gargoyles, parallel universes inhabited by pirates, hippies, and people with no faces, believing you've ended up in a post-apocalypse 41st century only to learn that you just accidentally ended up in Los Angeles... Yeah. The future sure is wacky.
* ''TheSimpsons'' initially confined most paranormal weirdness to the Halloween episodes, but they eventually bled over into the regular episodes as well, resulting in a Springfield that's seen alien visitations, multiple acts of divine intervention (including a premature Rapture), Vishnu living in the center of the Earth, Colonel Sanders and Spongebob Squarepants as divine entities, Bart having psychic powers, [=TVs=] that display plot-convienient commercials even though they're not plugged in, leprechauns, expies of the Thing and the Incredible Hulk, Chinese dragons, an island modeled after ''ThePrisoner'', the Dalai Lama having the power to fly, supernatural vision quests induced by eating too-spicy chili, and [[GreatGazoo a little green man named Ozmodiar who only Homer can see or hear]].
** And StanLee, who may or may not have once transformed himself into TheIncredibleHulk.
* If ''{{Family Guy}}'' isn't this trope, I don't know what is. There's a one year old who built a functional time machine that led to the creation of the universe, a talking dog that has long term relationships with human women without anyone commenting, Bonnie's many year pregnancy, the Cool Aid guy, Numerous anthropomorphic talking animals and inanimate objects, the evil monkey, the Giant unkillable Chicken, God's roommate Chuggs, The time Peter was somebody's glass eye, Ben Stiller can fly with his ears, It never ever ends.
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''
* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' stars a six foot tall bluejay and a two foot tall raccoon, who work with an anthropomorphic lollipop, a yeti and... I don't even know how to describe Muscle Man, for a walking, talking gumball machine in a world mostly populated by ordinary human beings, who don't consider this unusual. On their first day of work they tie at rock-paper-scissors a hundred times in a row, summoning an EldritchAbomination from a black hole, and then turn everything back to normal by breaking the tie. This is then shown to be par for the course.
* ''TitanMaximum'' had an episode where they visited [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eris_(dwarf_planet) the dwarf planet Eris]]. Other than the alien wreckage, it was just like the common stereotype of the Deep South [[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE!]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has ghosts, trippy dimensions in space, soul-sucking demons from Hell, cyclopes whose tears heal wounds, tiny cat assassins, etc. Where do you think the 'Adventure' part comes from?
** Interestingly, the series actually gives us a concrete divergence point as to when and where everything went insane; there was a nuclear war that involved a mutagenic bomb, which somehow [[TheMagicComesBack made magic come back]]. Its shown that in a world where that particular bomb never exploded, things are much more conventionally postapocalyptic.
* OggyAndTheCockroaches is centered around a cat that is constantly abused by three sapient cockroaches. But that's not what makes it weird, noooo.. It also gives us a remote that can freeze people and revive them if they got pissed on, a whistle that can stop time in certain areas, vegetables that come to life, [[LightningCanDoAnything electricity]] that turns [[FunnyAnimal funny animals]] non-anthromorphic, {{teleportation}} devices, {{invisibility}} potion made by random junk and ''a cube that manipulates people into loving it and growing bigger in the process'' among others.

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