Follow TV Tropes

Following

History WebAnimation / HumanKindOf

Go To


Added DiffLines:

* ShapeShifterDefaultForm: The species of Judy's father naturally takes the form of a green, tentacled monster at birth before seemingly developing two other default forms; a humanoid one of personal preference that they spend most of their time in, and a monstrous one that makes its first appearance during adolescence alongside most of their other powers and is tied to emotion.

Added DiffLines:

* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Judy towards Ethan, at least initially. Once she actually goes on a date with him, she realizes that he's a self-absorbed moron and quickly loses most of her interest in him, especially once she gains knowledge of who her future husband will be thanks to MentalTimeTravel.


* TheAntiChrist: Judy's mother, Iris, tells Cory that see originally believed Judy to be this. Cory promptly tells her that this could still be possibly.

to:

* TheAntiChrist: Judy's mother, Iris, tells Cory that see she originally believed Judy to be this. Cory promptly tells her that this could still be possibly.



* FreeRangeChildren: Cory seems to spend all her time over at Judy's house, even when her friend isn't there. Lampshaded in episode 20.

to:

* FreeRangeChildren: Cory seems to spend all her time over at Judy's house, even when her friend isn't there. Lampshaded in "Big Fish", where Mr. Russo asks Cory if she has parents after she spent the entire episode 20.following him and Iris around on one of their dates.



* MentalTimeTravel: In episode 6, Judy has a cold, and her sneezes cause her to do this.

to:

* MentalTimeTravel: In episode 6, Judy has a cold, and cold where her sneezes cause her to do this.this, jumping into random parts of her life with her future husband, from [[spoiler:one of their first missions together on the Galactic Union]] to his eventual death of a mysterious disease.


* InsignificantLittleBluePlanet: Earth, naturally. Many of the aliens that reside on the planet actually dislike it to some degree, only staying ''because'' the planet is so unremarkable that it serves as a great hiding place if you've committed any felonies. The penultimate episode of season one has Judy gathering evidence to show the [[TheFederation United Planets]] that the Earth ''isn't'' this trope so it can join the organization, only to learn that [[spoiler:she was being tricked into making a sales pitch to sell it for real estate development.]]

to:

* InsignificantLittleBluePlanet: Earth, naturally. Many of the aliens that reside on the planet actually dislike it to some degree, only staying ''because'' the planet is so unremarkable that it serves as a great hiding place if you've committed any felonies. The penultimate episode of season one has Judy gathering evidence to show the [[TheFederation United Planets]] that the Earth ''isn't'' this trope so it can join the organization, only to learn that [[spoiler:she was being tricked into making a sales pitch to sell it for real estate development.on the black market.]]


* InsignificantLittleBluePlanet: Earth, naturally. Many of the aliens that reside on the planet actually dislike it to some degree, only staying ''because'' the planet is so unremarkable that it serves as a great hiding place if you've committed any felonies. The penultimate episode of season one has Judy gathering evidence to show the [[TheFederation United Planets]] that the Earth ''isn't'' this trope so it can join the organization, only to learn that [[spoiler:she was being tricked into making a sales pitch to sell it on the black market.]]

to:

* InsignificantLittleBluePlanet: Earth, naturally. Many of the aliens that reside on the planet actually dislike it to some degree, only staying ''because'' the planet is so unremarkable that it serves as a great hiding place if you've committed any felonies. The penultimate episode of season one has Judy gathering evidence to show the [[TheFederation United Planets]] that the Earth ''isn't'' this trope so it can join the organization, only to learn that [[spoiler:she was being tricked into making a sales pitch to sell it on the black market.for real estate development.]]


* HalfHumanHybrid: Judy. She finds out that she isn't the only one much later on, upon meeting a step-sibling who causally tells her that their father ReallyGetsAround, to the point that half the universe will probably share his DNA in a few hundred years.

to:

* HalfHumanHybrid: Judy. She finds out that she isn't in the only one much first episode, to her great shock, but later on, upon meeting ones have Iris regularly bring out a step-sibling who causally tells her photo album that their father ReallyGetsAround, to the point that half the universe will probably share his DNA has pictures of her daughter in a few hundred years.her birth form (a green tentacled monster) and toddler photos where she showcases traits such as multiple rows of fangs. [[FailedASpotCheck Guess Judy never bothered opening it.]]



* InsignificantLittleBluePlanet: Earth, naturally. Many of the aliens that reside on the planet actually dislike it to some degree, only staying ''because'' the planet is so unremarkable that it serves as a great hiding place if you've committed any felonies. The final two episodes of season one revolve around Judy making the case to [[TheFederation United Planets]] that the Earth ''isn't'' this trope, so it can join the organization.

to:

* InsignificantLittleBluePlanet: Earth, naturally. Many of the aliens that reside on the planet actually dislike it to some degree, only staying ''because'' the planet is so unremarkable that it serves as a great hiding place if you've committed any felonies. The final two episodes penultimate episode of season one revolve around has Judy making gathering evidence to show the case to [[TheFederation United Planets]] that the Earth ''isn't'' this trope, trope so it can join the organization.organization, only to learn that [[spoiler:she was being tricked into making a sales pitch to sell it on the black market.]]

Added DiffLines:

* InsignificantLittleBluePlanet: Earth, naturally. Many of the aliens that reside on the planet actually dislike it to some degree, only staying ''because'' the planet is so unremarkable that it serves as a great hiding place if you've committed any felonies. The final two episodes of season one revolve around Judy making the case to [[TheFederation United Planets]] that the Earth ''isn't'' this trope, so it can join the organization.


On the morning of her sixteenth birthday, a teenage girl awakens to discover that there is a giant talking blood clot underneath her bedsheets. After appropriately freaking out about this turn of events, she learns from her mother that she's "96% sure" that her daughter's estranged father was an extraterrestrial. Oh, and that they should probably give chase to that weird abomination that just jumped out the bedroom window and started devouring the residents of the town.

Created by Diana [=McCorry=] for the oft-overlooked video service [[Website/{{Facebook}} Facebook Watch]], ''Human Kind Of'' is an animated {{science fiction}} comedy that follows Judy Reilly, a nerdy teenager who discovers that she's actually a HalfHumanHybrid with a [[SuperpowerLottery wide array of special abilities]], most notably {{voluntary shapeshifting}}. With the help of dangerously upbeat mother, Iris, comic book-obsessed best friend, Cory, and a few allies hiding in the shadows, Judy may just manage to make her way through the minefield that is adolescence, learn to control all her powers, and inevitably discover what makes her both alien and human along the way.

The series premiered September 16, 2018.

to:

On the morning of her sixteenth birthday, a teenage girl Judy Reilly awakens to discover that there is a giant talking blood clot underneath her bedsheets. After appropriately freaking out about this turn of events, she learns from her mother that she's "96% sure" that her daughter's estranged father was an extraterrestrial. Oh, and that they should probably give chase to that weird abomination that just jumped out the bedroom window and started devouring the residents of the town.

Created by Diana [=McCorry=] for the oft-overlooked video service [[Website/{{Facebook}} Facebook Watch]], ''Human Kind Of'' is an animated UsefulNotes/AnnieAward-nominated {{science fiction}} comedy that follows Judy Reilly, a nerdy teenager who discovers that she's actually a HalfHumanHybrid with a [[SuperpowerLottery wide array of special abilities]], most notably {{voluntary shapeshifting}}. With the help of dangerously upbeat mother, Iris, comic book-obsessed best friend, Cory, and a few allies hiding in the shadows, Judy may just manage to make her way through the minefield that is adolescence, learn to control all her powers, and inevitably discover what makes her both alien and human along the way.

The series premiered September 16, 2018.
2018 and can be viewed [[https://www.facebook.com/watch/humankindofcartuna here]].



* TheAntiChrist: Judy's mother, Iris, describes her to be as this in episode 14. Even Cory agrees with her on that one.

to:

* TheAntiChrist: Judy's mother, Iris, describes her tells Cory that see originally believed Judy to be as this. Cory promptly tells her that this in episode 14. Even Cory agrees with her on that one.could still be possibly.



* EpicFail: Iris notes that she found it weird that Judy failed swimming lessons as a child, despite the one obviously alien quality Judy has had since birth being a ''hidden set of gills''.

to:

* EpicFail: Iris notes that she found it weird that Judy failed swimming lessons as a child, despite the one obviously alien quality Judy has had since birth being always having a ''hidden set of gills''.



* HalfHumanHybrid: Judy, which she discovers in episode 1.

to:

* HalfHumanHybrid: Judy, which Judy. She finds out that she discovers isn't the only one much later on, upon meeting a step-sibling who causally tells her that their father ReallyGetsAround, to the point that half the universe will probably share his DNA in episode 1.a few hundred years.



* TheMenInBlack: A government agency spends the first half of season one watching Judy.

to:

* TheMenInBlack: A member of one such government agency spends the first half of season one watching Judy.Judy. [[spoiler:He later reveals that he's been aware of her since birth.]]


Added DiffLines:

* SentencedToDownUnder: Discussed in "Aliens Anonymous". After realizing that all the aliens in the support group seem to hate the planet, she asks if they're only here because Earth is the universe's equivalent to this. She's promptly corrected and told that it's more like Nebraska; [[InsignificantLittleBluePlanet seen as so unremarkable that it's the best place to hide out]].
* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: The episode "The Core" is done in a comic book-style, as it follows Cory deciding to go to school [[SuperheroEpisode dressed up as a supervillain]] a few days after an argument with Judy. Most of the episode is a series of imagine spots where Cory is performing some amazing feat of villainy, only to cut to a more embarrassing reality, such as her desperately chasing the school bus or throwing pencils at a teacher.


* EpicFail: Iris notes that she found it weird that Judy failed swimming lessons, despite the one alien quality Judy has had since birth is a ''hidden set of gills''.

to:

* EpicFail: Iris notes that she found it weird that Judy failed swimming lessons, lessons as a child, despite the one obviously alien quality Judy has had since birth is being a ''hidden set of gills''.


Created by Diana [=McCorry=] for the oft-overlooked video service [[Website/{{Facebook}} Facebook Watch]], ''Human Kind Of'' follows Judy Reilly, a nerdy teenager who discovers that she's actually a HalfHumanHybrid with a [[SuperpowerLottery wide array of special abilities]], most notably {{voluntary shapeshifting}}. With the help of a dangerously upbeat mother, a comic book-obsessed best friend, and a few allies hiding in the shadows, Judy may just manage to make her way through the minefield that is adolescence, uncover all her powers, and inevitably discover what makes her both alien and human along the way.

to:

Created by Diana [=McCorry=] for the oft-overlooked video service [[Website/{{Facebook}} Facebook Watch]], ''Human Kind Of'' is an animated {{science fiction}} comedy that follows Judy Reilly, a nerdy teenager who discovers that she's actually a HalfHumanHybrid with a [[SuperpowerLottery wide array of special abilities]], most notably {{voluntary shapeshifting}}. With the help of a dangerously upbeat mother, a Iris, comic book-obsessed best friend, Cory, and a few allies hiding in the shadows, Judy may just manage to make her way through the minefield that is adolescence, uncover learn to control all her powers, and inevitably discover what makes her both alien and human along the way.



* EpicFail: Judy failed swimming lessons despite having ''gills''.
* ExpressDelivery: Apparently Judy was born after only two months.

to:

* EpicFail: Iris notes that she found it weird that Judy failed swimming lessons lessons, despite having ''gills''.
the one alien quality Judy has had since birth is a ''hidden set of gills''.
* ExpressDelivery: Apparently Apparently, Judy was born after only two months.months. And Iris vomited her out.



* HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Ms. Reilly tells her daughter that she did in fact try to kill her when she was a baby by drowning her but it didnít work because Judy had gills.

to:

* HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Ms. Reilly tells her daughter that she did in fact try to kill her when she was a baby by drowning her but it her. It didnít work because Judy had gills.



* TheMenInBlack: One of them seems to be watching Judy.

to:

* TheMenInBlack: One A government agency spends the first half of them seems to be season one watching Judy.



* SecretKeeper: Cory and Iris are the only ones who know Judy is an alien hybrid. Episode 10 reveals Mr. Russo is also in the know.

to:

* SecretKeeper: Cory and Iris are the only ones who know Judy is an alien hybrid. Episode Later on, episode 10 reveals Mr. Russo is also in the know.would reveal that [[spoiler:Mr. Russo]] was a SecretSecretKeeper.


->'''Iris''': "I want to tell you three important things. One, congratulations, sweetie! You finally got your first period! Two, your father was probably an alien. And three, I love you very much, and everything is going to be fine."

to:

[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/th_153.jpg]]

->'''Iris''': "I ''"I want to tell you three important things. One, congratulations, sweetie! You finally got your first period! Two, your father was probably an alien. And three, I love you very much, and everything is going to be fine."
"''



Created by Diana McCorry for the oft-overlooked video service [[Website/{{Facebook}} Facebook Watch]], ''Human Kind Of'' follows Judy Reilly, a nerdy teenager who discovers that she's actually a HalfHumanHybrid with a [[SuperpowerLottery wide array of special abilities]], most notably {{voluntary shapeshifting}}. With the help of a dangerously upbeat mother, a comic book-obsessed best friend, and a few allies hiding in the shadows, Judy may just manage to make her way through the minefield that is adolescence, uncover all her powers, and inevitably discover what makes her both alien and human along the way.

to:

Created by Diana McCorry [=McCorry=] for the oft-overlooked video service [[Website/{{Facebook}} Facebook Watch]], ''Human Kind Of'' follows Judy Reilly, a nerdy teenager who discovers that she's actually a HalfHumanHybrid with a [[SuperpowerLottery wide array of special abilities]], most notably {{voluntary shapeshifting}}. With the help of a dangerously upbeat mother, a comic book-obsessed best friend, and a few allies hiding in the shadows, Judy may just manage to make her way through the minefield that is adolescence, uncover all her powers, and inevitably discover what makes her both alien and human along the way.


Created by Cartuna and released on [[Website/{{Facebook}} Facebook Watch]], ''Human Kind Of'' follows Judy Reilly, a nerdy teenager who finds out that her estranged father was an extraterrestrial. Surviving a half-alien adolescence seem pretty hopeless but, with the help of a dangerously upbeat mother and a comic book-obsessed best friend, Judy is able to uncover her powers, stand up to bullies, and inevitably discover what makes her both alien and human along the way.

to:

->'''Iris''': "I want to tell you three important things. One, congratulations, sweetie! You finally got your first period! Two, your father was probably an alien. And three, I love you very much, and everything is going to be fine."

On the morning of her sixteenth birthday, a teenage girl awakens to discover that there is a giant talking blood clot underneath her bedsheets. After appropriately freaking out about this turn of events, she learns from her mother that she's "96% sure" that her daughter's estranged father was an extraterrestrial. Oh, and that they should probably give chase to that weird abomination that just jumped out the bedroom window and started devouring the residents of the town.

Created by Cartuna and released on Diana McCorry for the oft-overlooked video service [[Website/{{Facebook}} Facebook Watch]], ''Human Kind Of'' follows Judy Reilly, a nerdy teenager who finds out discovers that her estranged father was an extraterrestrial. Surviving she's actually a half-alien adolescence seem pretty hopeless but, HalfHumanHybrid with a [[SuperpowerLottery wide array of special abilities]], most notably {{voluntary shapeshifting}}. With the help of a dangerously upbeat mother and mother, a comic book-obsessed best friend, and a few allies hiding in the shadows, Judy may just manage to make her way through the minefield that is able to adolescence, uncover all her powers, stand up to bullies, and inevitably discover what makes her both alien and human along the way.
way.

The series premiered September 16, 2018.


* BrokenAesop: Despite Judy and Cory promising to treat each other as protagonists in episode 9, the latter declares the former as her sidekick in the comic book she's working on.

to:

* BrokenAesop: Despite Judy and Cory promising to treat each other as protagonists in the end of episode 9, the latter declares the former as her sidekick in the comic book she's working on.


* AesopAmnesia: Despite Judy and Cory promising to treat each other as protagonists in episode 9, the latter declares the former as her sidekick in the comic book she's working on.


Added DiffLines:

* BrokenAesop: Despite Judy and Cory promising to treat each other as protagonists in episode 9, the latter declares the former as her sidekick in the comic book she's working on.

Added DiffLines:

* AesopAmnesia: Despite Judy and Cory promising to treat each other as protagonists in episode 9, the latter declares the former as her sidekick in the comic book she's working on.

Showing 15 edit(s) of 30

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report