Curvy is a webcomic by Sylvan Migdal, under the psuedonym of "M. Magdalene" (though all his other works are linked from the Curvy page). It updates weekly on Saturdays. The comic is way too NSFW to link.Anaïs Phalèse is an Ordinary High-School Student, who plays softball and worries about passing her Physics class. One day she meets Fauna Lokjom, Despoina (Princess) of Candy World. Anaïs helps Fauna flee from the bad guys who are chasing her. They flee from reality to reality. They are chased by the minions of Prince Boglox of Stupid World, and by Fervid Wexler, a Federal Agent who believes that Anaïs and Fauna are terrorists.
Abusive Parents and Arranged Marriage: The Imperator of Candy World (Fauna's father) agreed to marry his daughter to Prince Boglox. In exchange, Boglox will pay the royal gambling debts.
Accidental Marriage: In marriage ceremonies on Candy World, the bride is wrapped in a plastic bag and the groom unwraps her. Anaïs arrives in the nick of time, breaks up the wedding between Fauna and Prince Boglox, and unwraps Fauna herself. Fauna now believes that she's married to Anaïs.
Air-Vent Passageway: used by Fauna. Justified, as her liquorice body is more... squeezable than a human body.
Awesome McCoolname: The humans (with the exception of Anaïs' mother Colette and Boglox' teacher Mallory) all have unusual or outright off-the-wall names, including Anaïs' brother Torus, and dumber-than-a-sack-of-hammers special agent Fervid Wexler.
Badass Normal: On Super World, Anaïs adopts the identity of Slurve, who beats up muggers and other bad guys with her baseball bat.
Barrier-Busting Blow: After "Dropping some carnal knowledge" with Anais, Mallory jumps downstairs with her, slightly disappointed that Fauna isn't there. Cue Fauna punching through the wall, and into Mallory's face.
Big Bad: Prince Boglox is Too Dumb to Live, but his evil scheme (marry Fauna, then invade Boring World) launches the plot.
Any time Fauna uses her full power her clothes usually end up shredded.
Cosmic Retcon: How the heroes of Super-World are always brought back from the dead. Captain Obvious uses it to finally kill himself for good.
Crapsack World: Out of all the ones shown so far, Corporate World is one of the least friendly, with all people basically slaves to the leaders of the world, and absolutely everything must be bought and paid for, including pleasantries like small talk (to say nothing of smooches or sex).
Self-Loathing World and Boorish World didn't look too good, either.
Culture Clash: Fauna believes that she's married to Anaïs. Anaïs doesn't believe that she's married, and doesn't understand that Fauna has no clue about monogamy or sexual faithfulness. This causes Anaïs to run away from Fauna in Chapter 3-1. As of 1-2, they seem to have an understanding.
Everyone Has Standards: Wexler helps free the liars even though he still believes them to be terrorists, stating that even terrorists deserve better treatment.
Everyone Is Bi: Practically, anyway. Even, eventually, the obnoxiously straight-laced Wexler.
Wexler: So...does having sex with a man and liking it make you, like, necessarily gay?
Fake-Out Make-Out: Upon seeing the leader of Stupid World, and Acuto on the streets of Corporate World, Anaïs promptly grabs her new roommate Katey Anne, and plants one on her. Katey Anne...doesn't seem to have much of an issue with it.
Flipping the Bird: Fauna gives Mallory the double-bird. Mallory passes it off as pre-wedding nerves.
Flung Clothing: When Anaïs accidentally calls Fauna in superhero disguise by her actual name, Fauna is naked before her flung clothes even hit the ground.
Forgotten First Meeting: Mallory left Boring World by taking the place of a child of a pair of Stupid Worlders. Said child was a young Fervid Wexler. Subverted in that neither Mallory or Wexler have realized it (or Mallory just hasn't cared enough to tell him).
Anaïs: Tor! How did you know that guy was possessed?
Hypocritical Humor: Anaïs was jealous and angry over Fauna sleeping with Bell, yet she goes on to have quite a few affairs of her own before she and Fauna are reunited.
Important Haircut: Anaïs cuts her hair shortly after she becomes disillusioned with Fauna.
Inspector Javert: Fervid Wexler, The Men in Black who has convinced himself that Anaïs and Fauna are terrorists out to get the United States and keeps pursuing them, confusing the alternate worlds for Middle Eastern countries.
Multiverse: Each reality has its defining characteristic (or gimmick, as Fauna refers to it): Candy World, Stupid World, Water World, Mosquito World (Now with more poison ivy!). Anaïs is upset to learn that her reality, which has no particular defining characteristic, is known to the rest of reality as Boring World.
Naked on Arrival: Anaïs, upon entering Corporate World in Chapter 4-1; she apparently forgot she was nude at the time she grabbed the transfer device and winds up in a human resources department surrounded by people.
Schoolgirl Lesbians: and how! (Although Anaïs seems to be bisexual — she did hook up with mer-transman Jonathan and her softball cardcast listing describes her as a switch-hitter. Fauna, on the other hand, has shown no interest in any males so far.)
Anaïs was really enjoying watching the two male prison guards get it on, until she remembered that she wanted to escape. Not to mention the roomful of gay porn actors.
Ship Sinking: Anaïs' promising proto-relationships with Jonathan and Katey-Anne hit the rocks surprisingly fast.
Stranger in a Familiar Land: Anaïs makes it back to Boring World in Chapter 1-2 and before she realizes it she's almost back right where she started. Fauna disappears (secretly kidnapped by the government), Anaïs is drugged to think the whole thing was a dream (maybe), and she's surrounded by reminders of how humdrum everything is.
Who Wants to Live Forever?: The heroes of Super World are Immortal, due to selling the right to their lives to Corporate World, in exchange for a planet saving laser. They effectively are living comic book characters, dying, and never staying dead. And they don't like it.