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* HumanoidAbomination: [[https://redd.it/igaf6p The Wizard]] is a lot more disturbing than his original Virgin vs. Chad portrayal.



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* ''Vampire Gamer'': Simple little comic about a FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin who's into gaming.]]


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* CreepyCute: A staple, some of the female protagonists can display this. Be it due to not being human, coming off normal but having a darker side or just into NightmareFuel.


* GenderFlip: As shown with the browser and console comics and the whole Meme Girls, in which he expands more (from internet websites to applications to some video game characters, like ''Minecraft'' or ''VideoGame/FallGuy''). Even LetsPlay/PewDiePie got gender-flipped for a one shot, and [=PewDiePie=] likes it.

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* GenderFlip: As shown with the browser and console comics and the whole Meme Girls, in which he expands more (from internet websites to applications to some video game characters, like ''Minecraft'' or ''VideoGame/FallGuy'').''VideoGame/FallGuysUltimateKnockout''). Even LetsPlay/PewDiePie got gender-flipped for a one shot, and [=PewDiePie=] likes it.


* GenderBlenderName: Merry is a feminine sounding name, and he mostly puts up [[WebComic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer Internet Explorer (or occasionally Google Chrome)]] as his avatar. This causes many other internet persona that knew him to think that he's a female... conveniently missing out that his very first video uploaded in Youtube is showing that he's completely a dude.
* GenderFlip: As shown with the browser and console comics. Even LetsPlay/PewDiePie got gender-flipped for a one shot, and [=PewDiePie=] likes it.

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* GenderBlenderName: Merry is a feminine sounding name, and he mostly puts up [[WebComic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer Internet Explorer (or occasionally Google Chrome)]] as his avatar. This causes many other internet persona that knew him to think that he's a female... conveniently missing out that his very first video uploaded in Youtube is showing that he's completely a dude.
dude. Eventually, newer audience would be cleared up with his V-Tuber model which is basically a male (albeit a toned down anime-style pretty boy) with male voice.
* GenderFlip: As shown with the browser and console comics.comics and the whole Meme Girls, in which he expands more (from internet websites to applications to some video game characters, like ''Minecraft'' or ''VideoGame/FallGuy''). Even LetsPlay/PewDiePie got gender-flipped for a one shot, and [=PewDiePie=] likes it.


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* SadistTeacher: What's that? You forgot to do your Japanese lesson and Duolingo-chan caught wind of it? [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/meme-girls/duolingo-chan/viewer?title_no=304446&episode_no=1 I hope you remember how to beg for mercy in Japanese.]]

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* CallingYourAttacks: "CHAD SMASH!!"


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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: This is basically what Chad had to say to a typical big bully, though much shorter than a longass speech, he got the point across:
-->'''Chad''': ''Brad!! Picking on people smaller than you... is a '''BETA MOVE''', bro!''

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* ShoutOut: The short [[https://twitter.com/Merryweatherey/status/1321222976902209543?s=20 'Genie and 100 Lamborghinis']] had the heroine set up by the titular JackassGenie make a face that looks like [[LightNovel/KonoSuba Aqua]] [[https://twitter.com/CrasherX2000/status/1321244907542073351?s=20 when she lost her Blessing-Enhanced Rock-Paper-Scissors with Kazuma.]]


* CerberusSyndrome: Many of his comics start off innocent and humorous enough before really getting dark and disturbing. How dark it gets usually varies on the tone of the story.

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* CerberusSyndrome: CerebusSyndrome: Many of his comics start off innocent and humorous enough before really getting dark and disturbing. How dark it gets usually varies on the tone of the story. Some just simple BlackComedy, but other outright veering into a CosmicHorrorStory.


Merryweatherey is a webcomic author. He ([[GenderBlenderName yes, he, despite his feminine user name]]) specializes in anime-style trope short stories as well as AnthropomorphicPersonification of various tools, from internet browsers to video game platforms to various tools. Like he's ''really'' in creepy and macabe stories, more often then not having them start off with cute protagonists before it spiraling into some rather dark tales. Heck even some of his shorts have these under tones. So fair warning.

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Merryweatherey is a webcomic author. He ([[GenderBlenderName yes, he, despite his feminine user name]]) specializes in anime-style trope short stories as well as AnthropomorphicPersonification of various tools, from internet browsers to video game platforms to various tools. Like Likewise he's ''really'' in into creepy and macabe macabre stories, more often then not having them start off with cute protagonists before it spiraling into some rather dark tales. Heck even some of his shorts have these under tones. So fair warning.



* ''Webcomic/MySuccubusGirlfriend''

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* ''Webcomic/MySuccubusGirlfriend''''Webcomic/MySuccubusGirlfriend'': As stated, a comic about a boy having to put up with a succubus who becomes infatuated with claiming his soul despite his resistance to her advances. Was acting forced to reboot after the original artist left the comic and he partnered with a new one, changing the style in the process.


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* CerberusSyndrome: Many of his comics start off innocent and humorous enough before really getting dark and disturbing. How dark it gets usually varies on the tone of the story.


Merryweatherey is a webcomic author. He ([[GenderBlenderName yes, he, despite his feminine user name]]) specializes in anime-style trope short stories as well as AnthropomorphicPersonification of various tools, from internet browsers to video game platforms to various tools. Being the brains behind the webcomic, Merry usually collaborates with other artists to paint his comics and ideas, most frequently Princess Hinghoi.

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Merryweatherey is a webcomic author. He ([[GenderBlenderName yes, he, despite his feminine user name]]) specializes in anime-style trope short stories as well as AnthropomorphicPersonification of various tools, from internet browsers to video game platforms to various tools. Like he's ''really'' in creepy and macabe stories, more often then not having them start off with cute protagonists before it spiraling into some rather dark tales. Heck even some of his shorts have these under tones. So fair warning.

Being the brains behind the webcomic, Merry usually collaborates with other artists to paint his comics and ideas, most frequently Princess Hinghoi.


* ''Meme Girls:'' Probably Merryweathery's best known work outside of ''Internet Explorer,'' a series of one-shots featuring [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin various memes turned into anime girls.]] Illustrated by Princess Hinghoi. Originally part of ''I Made A Comic About Internet Explorer,'' it eventually branched into its own thing.

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* ''Meme Girls:'' Probably Merryweathery's best known work outside of ''Internet Explorer,'' a series of one-shots featuring [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin various memes turned into anime girls.]] Illustrated by Princess Hinghoi. Originally part of ''I Made A Comic About Internet Explorer,'' it eventually branched into its own thing. (Aside of the video game consoles below, there's also websites like Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, etc turned into girls...)


*** ''WebComic/ConsoleWaifu'': A SpinOff of ''WebComic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer'' published under the ''Meme Girls'' banner. Features video game consoles, chiefly Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One (the latter two are evolving to match with Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X). Considerably LighterAndSofter than its predecessor.

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*** ** ''WebComic/ConsoleWaifu'': A SpinOff of ''WebComic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer'' published under the ''Meme Girls'' banner. Features video game consoles, chiefly Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One (the latter two are evolving to match with Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X). Considerably LighterAndSofter than its predecessor.


* ''WebComic/ConsoleWaifu'': A SpinOff of ''WebComic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer'' except with the video game consoles, chiefly Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One (the latter two are evolving to match with Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X). Considerably LighterAndSofter than its predecessor.


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*** ''WebComic/ConsoleWaifu'': A SpinOff of ''WebComic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer'' published under the ''Meme Girls'' banner. Features video game consoles, chiefly Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One (the latter two are evolving to match with Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X). Considerably LighterAndSofter than its predecessor.


* ''Meme Girls:'' Probably Merryweathery's best known work, a series of one-shots featuring [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin various memes turned into anime girls.]] Illustrated by Princess Hinghoi.

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* ''Meme Girls:'' Probably Merryweathery's best known work, work outside of ''Internet Explorer,'' a series of one-shots featuring [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin various memes turned into anime girls.]] Illustrated by Princess Hinghoi. Originally part of ''I Made A Comic About Internet Explorer,'' it eventually branched into its own thing.


* ''Webcomic/EverywhereAndNowhere'': A Time-Travelling Romance featuring two [[Theatre/{{Hamlet}} Shakespearean Side Characters.]] Illustrated by PeaCh.

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* ''Webcomic/EverywhereAndNowhere'': A Time-Travelling Romance featuring two [[Theatre/{{Hamlet}} Shakespearean Side Characters.]] Illustrated by PeaCh.[[https://twitter.com/pcmaniac88/media [=PeaCh=].]]

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* ''Webcomic/EverywhereAndNowhere'': A Time-Travelling Romance featuring two [[Theatre/{{Hamlet}} Shakespearean Side Characters.]] Illustrated by PeaCh.


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* ''Meme Girls:'' Probably Merryweathery's best known work, a series of one-shots featuring [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin various memes turned into anime girls.]] Illustrated by Princess Hinghoi.

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