Web Animation: Leo And Satan

A rather unlikely friendship.

Satan: Put your socks on, Leo! We're goin' out!

Leo and Satan is an animated comedy created by Newgrounds user Oney (Chris O'Neill), featuring the exploits of Leo, a preteen boy with a trapdoor to hell in his bedroom, and Satan, who's exactly who you'd expect him to be, although for the dark lord, he's pretty chipper and childish (but also quite bipolar).

The unlikely duo's first appearance, "Leo and Satan Pancake Doomsday", is a simple introduction to Leo's love of pancakes and Satan's love of sugar. Nothing special.

"Leo and Satan Algebra Aversion" is considered the first full episode, in which Leo's struggling with his math homework. Satan tries to help out, with disastrous results.

"Leo and Satan Sugar Trip" is an overall improvement on length, animation quality and humour, as the pair discover to their horror that they're out of sugar. Whilst walking through town, they bump into a shady man who has what they need...

"Leo and Satan Trash Hazard", has the couple borrow a board game from the neighbor's trash, which turns out to be a Ouija board.

"Leo and Satan - Battery Catastrophe" has the duo trying to find the batteries for their game controller.

"Leo and Satan - Leo Goes to School" It's Leo's birthday, and that means it's time to start going to school.

This web cartoon provides examples of:

  • Back from the Dead: Apparently, if Leo dies, he'll just go to hell, climb up a tall mountain, and come out through a trap door in his bedroom.
    • Also, Leo's parents, who were killed by Satan a few episodes ago. The jury's still out on whether or not this is actually a good thing, considering they're both now Buried Alive and gasping for air.
  • Chekhov's Gun: The trapdoor that connects hell and Leo's bedroom.
  • Creator Cameo: The drug dealer in "Sugar Trip" is Sean Kiely. He even wears the same garb and uses the same voice in an update video.
  • Death Is Cheap: When you consider that there is a magic trapdoor leading from hell to Leo's bedroom...
  • Did We Just Have Tea with Cthulhu??: Satan is a a house-sized red horned dragon, and well he is Satan.
  • Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: Leo, at least sometimes.
    Satan: "Lemme help you with that math homework!"
    Leo: "Wow, Satan, that wud be t-t-tewwific!"
  • Everybody Hates Math: Satan tries to help Leo with his Algebra homework... it doesn't go very well.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Esquire, the creepy stranger who first appeared in Sugar Trip, has a very deep, growly voice. It's not really a man that you would like to meet.
    • Also Satan, when he gets furious.
  • Exact Words: Leo's birthday wish is for his dead parents to come back to life. Cue shot of said parents' grave with muffled screams coming from it.
  • Mood-Swinger: Satan is prone to them.
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: "Trash Hazard":
    [after Satan crashes through the window]
    Leo: Whoa Satan. Looks like your stealth is out the window! *smile*
    Satan: ...shut the fuck up, Leo.
  • Nightmare Face: Satan does this a LOT.
  • Number of the Beast: The answer to Leo's math problem in "Algebra Aversion"
  • Ouija Board: In "Trash Hazard".
  • Precision F-Strike: "I DON'T FUCKING KNOW. GOD."
  • Promotion to Parent: There's enough evidence to suggest that Leo's sister is also his legal guardian. She's the only person he ever mentions when concerned about getting yelled at by an adult, not to mention that the only reference to his actual parents involves them being Buried Alive.
  • Satan:
  • Speech Impediment: Both Leo and Satan are affected by this when they speak.
  • Shout-Out: "The power of Christ compels you!"
    • Irony: Satan said that line.
  • The Stinger: "Trash Hazard": "Now how the heck did I end up in here?"
  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: Satan speaks in what can only be described as an infernal bastardization of a Jamaican accent or maybe "Hiberno-Ali-G-Carribean" with a sprinkle of Briticisms. Leo's accent tends to vary from scene to scene, sometimes approximating Satan's accent, sometimes sounding somewhat Irish (which is the least surprising, considering that the Series' creator is Irish) and sometimes sounding generically American.