Merryweatherey is a webcomic author. He (yes, he, despite his feminine user name) specializes in anime-style trope short stories as well as Anthropomorphic Personification 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.
- My Succubus Girlfriend
- I Made A Comic About Internet Explorer: His most known comic (alternatively known as Browser Waifu or Internet Explorer-chan), featuring an Anthropomorphic Personification of Internet Explorer as she ventures through the life of a web browser and having to content her homicidal rival Google Chrome.
- Stalker x Stalker: Horror-romance of two Yandere and their love life, although it's mostly Romantic Comedy.
- Clinic Of Horrors: Horror-comedy of a nurse working in a clinic surrounded with Eldritch Abomination creatures, people, and situations that just wanted some treatments.
- Everywhere And Nowhere: A Time-Travelling Romance featuring two Shakespearean Side Characters. Illustrated by PeaCh.
- Fox Girls Are Better: An ordinary otaku guy accidentally ordered a fox girl to stay at his apartment. Hilarity ensues and crazy things start to happen to the guy. Characters and concept originate from Lost Pause.
- Meme Girls: Probably Merryweathery's best known work outside of Internet Explorer, a series of one-shots featuring 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...)
- Console Waifu: A Spin-Off of I Made A Comic About Internet Explorer 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 Lighter and Softer than its predecessor.
- Minecraft Anime/Creeper-chan: Based on the creeper of Minecraft fame, except it's a Gender Flip Anthropomorphic Personification.
- My Incubus Boyfriend: A male demonic incubus was summoned to be a boyfriend by a lonely girl who has been thoroughly bullied/abused by every other people she came across (from her own family to her classmates). May get a little depressing due to the bullying theme. Gender Inverted version of My Succubus Girlfriend, although it actually manages to be noticeably different in tone.
- Magickology: Merryweatherey's own take of the Harry Potter verse, featuring two rivaling magician girls
- MMORPG: Various one-shots where Merryweatherey lampoons many MMORPG game tropes.
- Virgin vs Chad: A fledging comic adaptation of the Virgin vs. Chad meme. Chad Thundercock is the super popular, muscular guy that gets all the girls, and our protagonist Virgin is really jealous at him despite some girls trying to befriend him. But is that really the case?
- Pokemon Comics: Short comics in regards of Pokémon Sword and Shield, but especially putting emphasis of the meme 'Scottish Female Pokemon Trainer' that spawns from the game.
Tropes associated with Merryweatherey comics
- Anthropomorphic Personification: Be it internet browsers, video game consoles, to even a creature within a game or an internet meme.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Stacy is very obsessive on Chad and doesn't like it when someone gets captivated by his... 'Chad'-ness.
- Gender-Blender Name: Merry is a feminine sounding name, and he mostly puts up 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.
- Gender Flip: As shown with the browser and console comics. Even PewDiePie got gender-flipped for a one shot, and PewDiePie likes it.
- Genius Bruiser:
- The musclebound elf in the MMORPG comics are shown to be highly intelligent despite his muscles and defeats his enemies by muttering overly intelligent/nerdy babbling.
- Chad Thundercock is not just a hypermuscular dude, he gets an A+ in his quizzes too.
- Lovable Jock: Chad Thundercock defies the stereotype of a jock who tends to be bullies to weaker people. He's a charming Nice Guy who's also a Gentle Giant, being supportive to Virgin despite his jealousy and does not like guys who did follow the aforementioned stereotype (or in his words, does the 'beta move'), as Brad would attest after getting punched in the face by Chad for trying to bully Virgin.
- Phrase Catcher: Most of the time the female Pokemon Trainer/Gloria is revealed to have a Scottish accent and tendencies, her talk-mate would murmur "Oh no. She's Scottish."
- Too Kinky to Torture: The Tank in the MMORPG series is waaay too enjoying of the damages given to her by the skeleton, akin to Darkness.
- White Magician Girl: Subverted with the Healer in the MMORPG series. She's supposed to be the caring, compassionate healer of the team, but she does not take insults lightly, subtly threatening that she'll not heal anyone who badmouths her. After all, she's the one who decides about who gets to live and who gets to die.
- You Don't Look Like You: Stacy from the Virgin Vs Chad comics looks quite different than the standard picture of Stacy in the meme.◊ For one, she sports Girlish Pigtails and has more anime-ish eye.