Childrin R Skary is a series of Web Animations by Katy Towell about...well, scary children. It has featured, among others, a child spreading a plague and a child who everyone treats as a pariah but it turns out she is the only one keeping the real monsters from killing everything.There are also tons of illustrations that keep in line with the site's rather macabre theme.The series can be found here.Ms. Towell has also published her first novel, Skary Childrin and the Carousel of Sorrow.
Body Horror: You see intestines in "The Mockingbird Song." Also abundant among the zombies in "El Despertar."
Book Ends: Emmeline sets the plot of her story in motion by wishing on a star. At the end, she makes another wish - on the same star, no less - for herself and Mr. Creazil to fade from existence.
Completely Missing the Point: Nanny-Anne tells a disappointed Genevieve that, "When I was a kid we only got toys twice a year." Genevieve takes it to mean that Nanny Anne simply didn't understand the value of getting new toys when she was a child.
Creepy Child: This series uses it left and right, though Shawnee (from "The Mockingbird Song") is rather cute despite being a vampire by the end of the animation.. Sometimes played straight, sometimes subverted.
Our Demons Are Different: Mr. Creazil looks like a little devil, cloven hooves and horns and all. Of course, he is nice and friendly and adorable... until Emmeline gets really, really angry. Also, he is implied to be little more than a soulless slave to Emmeline.
Papa Wolf: Shawnee's father in "The Mockingbird Song", after the teenagers attack Shawnee. They don't stand a chance.
Parental Abandonment: "The Mockingbird Song" contains probably one of the most heartbreaking examples of this trope ever. At least until the very end, where it's revealed that Shawnee's parents never did stop recognizing her as their daughter even as they slowly lost their humanity.
Parental Favoritism: In "The Little Girl Who Was Forgotten" Emmeline's rage is triggered by her parents excitedly announcing the mother's pregnancy of a second child, after having ignored Emmeline herself for a very long time.
Genevieve's as well; they shower her with toys and personal servants but don't actually give her personal attention and discipline. This is very subtly lampshaded in the beginning of the animation - when Genevieve gets into the elevator and goes to press the button for the floor she wants, the sign labelled "Mother and Father" is well out of her reach.