->''"Welcome to Supermegatopia, Kiwi Capital of the World, Kwijybo's largest city and a haven for tourists and travelers the world over...''\\
''...So, if you're looking for introspective stories about people dealing with inner conflicts and realistic situations, find another website 'cause you're not gonna find any of that intellectual crap here!"''
-->-- Introduction on '''Supermegatopia.com'''

What do you get when you mix in superhero comics, [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom furry art]], and more cheesecake than New York (season with parody to taste)?

''[[http://www.supermegatopia.com Supermegatopia]]'' (not to be confused with ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}'') is a website and comic by the Brothers Grinn dedicated to [[AffectionateParody affectionate parodies]] of everything good about superhero and fantasy comics. The main ''story'' of ''Supermegatopia'' is that of Weasel Boy, the young Comicbook/{{Robin}} {{Expy}}; his clueless sidekick, Mighty Yak; Tiger Lass, a reformed (or else) second generation catburglar-turned-hero who's chasing after Mighty Yak (who's absolutely clueless); and Weasel Boy's inherited mentor, Mongoose Guy. Years after Ferret Man has vanished off the scene, Weasel Boy is doing his best to keep the nefarious villains of Supermegatopia in check.

Of course, Weasel Boy isn't the only hero in Supermegatopia. Often called "The VideoGame/CityOfHeroes of Webcomics", there are literally dozens of heroes and villains running around at any given time, often [[AffectionateParody affectionate parodies]] of existing characters. Some notable entries amongst the "spandex rats":

* Ferret Man: Supermegatopia's first vigilante, missing for the past three years. [[CompositeCharacter Combination]] {{expy}} of Franchise/{{Batman}} and ComicBook/ThePunisher. [[OhCrap Take a second for the implications of that to sink in]].
* Avatar: An archaeologist who stumbled onto an [[SapientShip ancient sentient alien spaceship]] shaped like a turtle. Unfortunately, in her rush to take advantage of the Turtle Ship's amazing powers, she forgot the medication for her multiple personality disorder, and now flits between believing she's various goddesses. While the Turtle Ship can provide the power she needs to play Zeus or whatever, it has limits (and is sane), turning her into a mostly HarmlessVillain.
* Buxom Gal: Given strange energy powers by aliens (who were trying to augment her breasts), Buxom Gal can fly, shoot beams of energy, and has super strength... But if she doesn't use her powers, her breasts grow to absurd sizes. Recently split into 3 clones based on hair color, the red head is evil and the black-haired one is an AntiHero. There is also the younger (but ''still'' well-endowed) Buxom Girl and the cojoined Buxom Twins, who were apparently part of a rash of Buxom Gal clones created by SMT's MadScientist population. A rather [[CaptainErsatz obvious parody]] of ComicBook/PowerGirl, down to the costume design.
* Dr. Ghoti: Archrival of Weasel Boy. Supervillain who's been turned into a fish. Not an anthromorphic fish, just a fish. Uses a mechanical suit with a fishbowl head to fight. (Imagine a ''smarter'' [[WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim Bob the goldfish]] if he'd actually obtained Jim's suit)
* Delilah: An amazingly tall, massively strong Valkyrie from the frozen norths. She challenged the strongest male in the group, Mongoose Guy, to a fight and trounced him, only to be saved during from certain death by Weasel Boy. By the traditions of her people, they are now married...so he runs like a scared dog back to the city. She finds him. Notably, she's a rabbit, and [[LovableSexManiac it's rather fitting]]. An AffectionateParody of ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'''s Lum.
* Greasy Monkey: The [[WrenchWench tomboy engineer]] friend of Weasel Boy. In love with him, but he's clueless. No superpowers, just talent.
* She Male: Parody of The Hulk and She Hulk and member of The Offenders. Green skinned superheroine with super strength. Unfortunately, the transformation gave her ''something else'', too (see her name if you can't figure it out). She doesn't seem to mind, but her teammates are really creeped out about it, largely because it keeps making appearances...
* Distraction Damsel: a.k.a.: [[http://www.mistythemouse.com/ Misty,]] a character from another furry webcomic. Gets her name and powers from... well... ''[[GagBoobs damn...]]''
** Wait, that didn't come out right. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95SYdjRVCR0 Craig, Smokey?]]
* Captain Mayfly: One of the smallest, but most dedicated superhero legacies in the city. Captain Mayfly is, well, a ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayfly Mayfly,]]'' which means [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Exactly what you think it does]]. To their credit, however, the good Captains have kept this legacy unbroken for ''years''. The LegacyCharacter taken to the extreme.
* The All-Stripper Squadron: A group of superheroes who decided to take up exotic dancing. Not really much else we can add to that.
* Mad Dr. Nesbit: Supermegatopia's ''other'' resident MadScientist. Still has her job at Supermegatopia Labs because, unlike other Mad Docs we could name, she has no interest in ruling the world--just in donuts and a bit of sadism now and again. You're just in for a world of pain if you ever cross her. Last we saw her, she was completely occupied by the captured Mongoose Guy, and was fitting him for a saddle...

In addition to the Supermegatopia comics and art, Supermegatopia also hosts ''Crushed: The Doomed Kitty Adventures'', an AffectionateParody of {{RPG}}s of all types, much in the same way that Supermegatopia is a parody of Superhero comics.

Crushed follows the young adventurer [[CatGirl Tiger-girl]] Crushed around as she goes on adventures, farms loot, and generally tries (and fails) to avoid dying and being sent back to the ''Temple of Infinite Lives''. Along the way, Crushed recruits Red Stephie, a "pleasantly plump" lesbian thief turned wizard, as well as Knaw, a very short Assassin/Thief with an axe to grind -- and poisoned cupcakes to share. Purity, a (very strong) priestess from the Temple of Infinite Lives joins the cast after the clergy gets tired of seeing their adventuring party die repeatedly. (It doesn't work, by the time the high priest has turned around, Crushed and crew -- including Purity -- are back in the resurrection circle.)

Crushed has even spawned its [[http://www.rpg.net/news+reviews/reviews/rev_5247.html own d20 sourcebook,]] allowing [=DMs=] to add ''The Temple of Infinite Lives'' to their own games. No, really.

Supermegatopia [[strike:also hosts]] hosted two other sub-comics, ''They Might be Giant Robots'', which parodies the ''{{Transformers}}'' (and sometimes ''GIJoe''), and ''By Way of Booty Bay'' which has it's fun in the ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.

The site has recently undergone a revamp, and has such lost a great deal of its art. Pity.

Luckily, someone has put up the main "Weasel Boy" storyline [[http://supermegatopia.wikispaces.com/Weasel+Boy+%28Comics%29 on wikispaces]].

!! ''Supermegatopia'' contains Examples of the Following Tropes:

* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: One of the comics features a scientist named Virginia Paeg (nicknamed [[StealthPun Ginny]]) who drank a potion which caused her to become a giant. [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity A power trip ensues]], resulting in a timely intervention from the [[RuleOfFunny World's Largest Hamster]].
* AuthorAppeal: MostCommonSuperpower, [[BigBeautifulWoman Big Beautiful Women]] and tan lines, to name a few.
* AuthorAvatar: The Brothers appear as themselves from time to time, usually as their in-world furry counterparts, though Brian & Stu have appeared as themselves a few times. In turn, Mad Dr. Nesbit is based on the original editor for the comic, and The Lindsey-Dillo was a friend of The Brothers.
* ArtEvolution: Many of the earliest comics from The Brothers were coarse, oddly inked, and difficult to follow. By the time they started ''Weasel Boy'' and ''Crushed'', the artwork had improved, and all one needs to do is read through the former from start to (current) end to see the progress.
* BigEater:
** Hyper Hippo, the resident {{Super Speed}}ster, fuels her heightened speed by gorging herself on food to give herself the extra calories. Due to being an anthro hippo, she actually gets fatter as a result of eating so much, slimming down when she uses her powers.
** MadScientist Dr. Nesbit in the ''Weasel Boy'' comics causes multiple city-wide blackouts to power a machine that converts energy into donuts. The resultant gluttony fests cause her to visibly put on weight in between comics, though she insists that, since the donuts were originally energy, then "[[InsaneTrollLogic naturally]]" they'll eventually disappear and leave her slender again.[[note]]To those who don't see how Nesbit is failing basic biology here, fat cells are created by the body to ''store'' energy that it has intaken, and the whole point of eating is to ''give'' the body the energy it needs to function.[[/note]]
** Piranha Girl. On more than one occasion she's been reported to have eaten ''twice her own body weight'' in food. Can also be considered a VillainousGlutton, not to mention her habit of occasionally [[ImAHumanitarian eating other people]].
* BiTheWay: Gretchen Vayne is quite happily married to her husband, Bruce Vayne, but ''[[http://supermegatopia.wikispaces.com/Big+Bunny%2C+Small+Weasel Big Bunny, Small Weasel]]'' reveals she's not only "more open-minded after a few drinks", she routinely sleeps with Jaynce, her husband's secretary. At her husband's behest. Because he'd rather be working at his job than come home to her...
* BombThrowingAnarchists: Worse, ''atomic bomb dropping anarchists''. Where the ''hell'' did an anarchist even ''get'' an atomic bomb?
* BrainInAJar: Jim, Dr. Nesbitt's assistant. She adds fish sometimes, as a punishment for [[YouHaveFailedMe screwing up]], or just making too many smart remarks.
* CanonImmigrant: Several fanart characters and one-shot jokes were merged into official canon later.
* CaptainErsatz: Too many to count, essentially every major Superhero in Marvel and DC comics (and a few minor ones) has one.
* CartoonCreature: Something of a side-effect of the art style is that a lot of characters can end up being pretty much Indeterminate Furries. While certain ones are easier to recognize (Delilah, thanks to her ears, for example), many of them are more indiscriminate.
* CelibateHero: Subverted more than a few times--most everyone involved is trying to get laid with varying results. Two of the "heroes", [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin appopriately-named Slut Puppy and Horn Dog]], tend to foil plots and conquer foes through [[LoveableSexManiac amazing amounts of sex]].
* ChurchMilitant: [[IncrediblyLamePun Holy Cow]], a mace toting spandex-and-wimple wearing fighter of evil.
* CliffHanger /LeftHanging/ CutShort: As of April 2010, ''Weasel Boy'' has not been updated since "Secret Destroyers" in 2003, despite a plug for the next chapter "Dawn Of The Doomed". As Stu, the writer for the Supermegatopia comics, no longer works on the franchise, it's likely that it'll never be picked up again. The other half of The Brothers, Brian, focuses on one-off artwork and the ''Crushed'' franchise (which has moved to mostly print comics) these days. This means that a ''huge'' number of plot threads going back to the beginnings of the comic are dangling forever more.
** And now it's March 2012; the site was converted to a simple gallery in 2011, removing all the comics and artwork. There hasn't been an installment of ''Crushed'' since Issue #2 of the Angry Viking Press comic in 2009, ''By Way of Booty Bay'' and ''They Might Be Giant Robots'' disappeared along with ''Crushed'' and ''Supermegatopia'' itself; Brian took significant time away in 2011 to recover from illness, move, and get married, greatly reducing his output.
*** WordOfGod says the site IS backed-up somewhere, he just hasn't gotten around to restoring it to its proper form, due to RealLife taking priorities, and the mini-gallery is just a placeholder.
* CloningBlues: Buxom Gal let her DNA get into the hands of ''a lot'' of people who've used it and abused it. Now there's dozens of near-clones of her running around--ConjoinedTwins The Buxom Twins, Loli Buxom Girl, EvilKnockoff Buxom Gal Red, HeroicMime Buxom Gal Dark (who's since [[FusionDance merged with Buxom Gal]] to become Buxom Gal Fusion), [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Buxom Gal-rilla]], [[GenderBender Buxom Guy]], [[ClothesMakeTheSuperMan Buxom Gal Metal]], InterContinuityCrossover Buxom Elephant Girl from ''Meshworld'', Gorkorian Girl from an [[AlternateUniverse alternate dimension]], CanonImmigrant Buxom Knaw, even an army of EmptyShell versions called The Buxom Skippies. Together, they form [[http://supermegatopia.com/gallery/gallery.php?thisLink=buxomlegion.jpg The Buxom Legion]].
* ClothingDamage: Played Straight, but with an emphasis on the female characters and robots.
* ContinuityPorn: Lampshaded with the Continuity Police, who run around in between dimensions making sure each dimension's continuity isn't screwed up.
* DisappearedDad: Subverted -- Weasel Boy's (and his adopted siblings) father is so busy being a rich shadowy government type that he hasn't been seen for years. But that's ok, cause he sent his receptionist home to fill in for him around the house and in the bedroom. No, really! It works, too. No, [[LesYay we're not making ''that'' up, either.]]
* DistractedByTheSexy: Distraction Damsel's superpower gives her the ability to have a well-time WardrobeMalfunction that stops villains (and everyoone else) their tracks. It works [[JustForPun surprisingly well]].
* EnfanteTerrible: Hell Kitty is a pre-teen who can beat up ANYONE in the setting, even the biggest of supervillains -- to the point that if people notice her around, they'll stop fighting and find someplace safer.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: Almost every page has a gag in the background ''somewhere'', usually an IncrediblyLamePun.
* HasTwoMommies: Weasel Boy and his adopted siblings Grease Monkey and Mighty Yak practically do, since Bruce Vayne's female secretary Jaynce spends more time around the place and acting in a fatherly role then the man himself does.
* HeadTiltinglyKinky: Gretchen Vayne's sex-life is this to the unexpecting, as seen when Delilah finds out about her practically bigamous lesbian relationship with Jaynce, her husband's secretary and the [[http://supermegatopia.wikispaces.com/Big+Bunny%2C+Small+Weasel various odd accoutrements she considers essential for a good time in the bedroom]].
* IJustWantToBeNormal: When Buxom Gal first gets her powers, she complains loudly about how she's going to have to give up her job, how she doesn't want to have to find a costume, etc etc.
* ImAHumanitarian: Piranha Girl is one, though it's not played up much; mostly, she threatens to eat Mighty Yak in ''[[http://supermegatopia.wikispaces.com/A+Baker%27s+Dozen+of+Evil A Baker's Dozen of Evil]]'', and is mentioned as having eaten [[http://supermegatopia.wikispaces.com/Rinoa Rinoa's]] therapist, inadvertently setting her on the path to becoming the Incredible Hulk-expy she is now.
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: Double Subverted (That is to say, subverted on both counts, not a DoubleSubversion) with Buck Naked -- he's NOT innocent and male, to boot.
* IntercontinuityCrossOver: Of sorts. Near the end of ''SMT: Deviations'', a "Master Fjord" is given a five mile long spacecraft, which he claims he can pilot. Inevitably, he plows through a moon and crashes the vessel clean into a planet, leaving with him with "a world to myself, five miles of alien technology" and a ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' Player's Guide. Fast forward, and the planet is now Char-Mon, where ''Crushed'' takes place; Fjord is still alive as The Priest Of The Temple Of Infinite Lives.
* KillerRabbit: A number of characters are a lot more dangerous than they appear, including Zippy the Sloth and the aforementioned Hell Kitty.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: So many that a large number have one appearance, and some have never showed up at all.
* LoveDodecahedron: Weasel Boy is in love with Tiger Lass. Tiger Lass is in love with Mighty Yak. Greasy Monkey is in love with Weasel Boy, even though Delilah already has a claim on him. Gretchen Vayne fancies Delilah quite a bit. [[ObliviousToLove Mighty Yak really likes cheese]].
* MadScientist: Mad Dr. Nesbit, along with most of the staff of Supermegatopia Labs in various degrees, where tourists are often used [[ForScience for questionable purposes]].
* MissedTheCall: [[http://www.supermegatopia.com/comics/devs.php?thisLink=devs-38.gif One of the bit characters]] is a superperson with godlike powers who could easily dominate the setting... but he's a shy computer geek too busy playing on [=FurryMUCK=].
* MostCommonSuperPower: The patron saint of this trope. Lampshaded in Buxom Gal -- her breasts really '''are''' a superpower!
* MsFanservice: Buxom Gal; her powers are directly related to her breast size, though others are more blunt about it, like Topless Lass from The All-Stripper Squadron.
* NakedOnArrival / NakedOnRevival: Any time Crushed's party ends up back at the Temple of Infinite Lives, they're completely reincarnated, sans equipment, requiring they not only go recover their clothing and gear from their previous bodies, but also dispose of the old bodies afterwards. Lampshaded, as Crushed complains loudly about this and her consistent absentmindedness preventing her from leaving a replacement outfit at the temple for future use.
* NinetiesAntiHero: Ferret Man. Usually played for laughs since the usual villains in SMT are goofy and ineffectual parodies of Silver Age villian tropes, and as such usually get shot by him very quickly.
* ParentalIncest: Dark Iquana and Sunflower are not subtle about being...close.
* PregnantBadass: Played for laughs with Missus Goalie, lover of minor ice hockey-themed supervillain The Goalie and heavily pregnant when she appears in [[http://supermegatopia.wikispaces.com/A+Baker%27s+Dozen+of+Evil A Baker's Dozen of Evil]]. She knocks out Piranha Girl cold, confesses she was on her way to rob some banks to get the bail money for her boyfriend -- being determined to get him out of jail at least long enough to get married before she gives birth -- and then takes Weasel Boy and Mighty Yak hostage instead.
* PuppetKing: Mayor Dave, who simply acts as a figurehead while [[TheManBehindTheCurtain a shadowy figure]]--[[spoiler: in reality the long-missing Ferret Man, Bruce Vayne]]--runs the real show. Dave's responsibilities seem to be getting high, surfing, hugging bikini models, attending press events, and having sex with aforementioned bikini models.
* RougeAnglesOfSatin: Even with an editor, there's issues on most every page.
* StealthPun: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghoti Dr. Ghoti's name.]]
* {{Stripperiffic}}: There's even a superhero group dedicated to Stripperiffic outfits -- The All-Stripper Squadron, a group of superheroes and superheroines who gave up superheroing to become exotic dancers, because it's safer.
* SuperPowerMeltdown: Just about any time a villain is beaten, their mecha/powers/magic green rock will explode, just big enough to cause property damage and wreck the clothing of any nearby women.
* TheyKilledKenny: Crushed and company.
* TotalPartyKill: Has happened to Crushed and company too many times to count.
* {{Yandere}}: Greasy Monkey, Played for comedy. When Delilah shows up she decides that Delilah needs to die, cause she's horning in on her man, even going so far as to draw up plans (including a mech, which she actually builds!)