In Everytown, America, our protagonist, Blake Demgrix, lived a normal life within his normal community... that is, until his ears fell off... and cat ears grew on the top of his head... Yep, within 3 weeks, Blake was a full-blooded Cat Boy, complete with long, furry, semi-prehensile tail, Cute Little Fangs, enhanced, cat-like senses, and retractable claws, and there's abso-freakin'-lutely no reason for it! (...Or is there...?) Ever since his "kittification", strange things began going on around him, from dimensional crossovers to visits from mythological and legendary creatures, and nobody else seems to think it's strange, not because they can't see it, but because somehow the whole fabric of reality has changed, and only Blake knows it's "wrong". Due to the irrationality of both his physical form and the world around him, he changed his name to Kat Blik, reflecting how everything he's known has changed in the mere "blik (sic) of an eye".
Possible rating: TV-PG
Tropes it uses include...
- All Myths Are True: and they're ganging up on him!
- Beast Man: Including Blik himself, there's also the Cute Mute dog-girl Fluffy-Poo (actually a dog turned part human) and Wild Child Chiro the bat-Bishōnen.
- Can't Stand Them, Can't Live Without Them: only with weird situations in place of an annoying love interest. After many months of living with oddness, despite his constant Lampshade Hanging of it, he's grown to accept it, although the alien Powers That Be say that this is not the moral he should learn. Whether or not they're just screwing with his head or keeping him on his toes is debatable.
- Cat Smile: A more or less permanent feature on Blik, save for when he's in severe shock or distress.
- Creepy Child: One little lady, only known as "the creepy little girl" likes to hang around in random locations, staring emotionlessly at Kat Blik, giving him the jibblies. However, Blik was able to catch the girl in the act, telling her to cut the charades. She does so, revealing her true intentions... and her true form... Turns out, the creepy little girl is really a freaking scary 8-foot-tall demoness.
- Crying Indian: More like "Crying Native-American Nature Spirit" (crying for obvious reasons), but that didn't stop Blik from claiming he's already seen the message so many times in "that commercial".
- The Ditz: The ever-Squeeing Eee (Yes, just three Es), whose accursed video game system sends Kat Blik on ever-deadlier adventures in her game worlds while Eee remains blissfully unaware of the genuine threat to his life.
- If Jesus, Then Aliens: Subverted.
- In the Original Klingon: Cybarotto provides this little anecdote:
- Knife Nut: Santoku Hideaki, otherwise known as The Irate Sushi Chef (a la The Soup Nazi), is eager to demonstrate his knife skills to anyone who doesn't show loyalty to his restaurant (Pizza bad, sushi good). He actually means no harm, and actually intends to aim a hair away from his target, just so they get the message.
- Locked into Strangeness: Other than his kittification, Blik also received Multicolored Hair like a cat's (nothing so dramatic, other than his hair having a layered color effect).
- Magic Realism
- Mother Nature, Father Science
- Obake: flooding America like a supernatural swarm of Japanese Tourists, they take their pictures and buy some souvenirs (usually cute toys and the occasional Soul Jar... Yes, Soul Jar.). Just let them do their business, and whatever you do, DO NOT INVOKE THEIR WRATH!
- No Such Thing as Space Jesus: Averted. Aliens and deities clash on a semi-regular basis.
- Pals with Jesus: With the total Fantasy Kitchen Sink going on, of course deities will have interests and friendships with our meek feline protagonist. For example, Archangel Gabriel and his angelic team congratulating Blik on his selfless heroism, but not before treating him to a soulful rendition of Promenade (from Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition).
- Jesus himself is portrayed as mysterious, only seen as a silhouetted figure (probably as a reference to the Jesus Taboo), and of course is an awesome dude. As for his almighty Papa... Well, let's just say "it" works In Mysterious Ways, with no need of physical form. The only other (known) god without physical form is Gaia, who encompasses (and to all intents and purposes is) the Earth.
- Science Fantasy
- Starfish Alien: Cybarotto. Even though his/her head resembles one of a human's (if you squint), his/her body is an amorphous dark blob of mysterious matter with wispy white "arms" and a blue feather-boa-esque collar.
- Quintessential British Gentlewoman: Lady Doldrmott, a pseudo-aristocrat who's a Perpetual Frowner. The only time she smiles is when Blik does something
stupidthat reminds her of her kooky childhood.
- Refugee from TV Land: Katthorn from one of Eee's video games, freed from her disc imprisonment after one of Blik's "game sessions". She looks like a mature woman with bug-like antennae, bird-like wings, and Wolverine Claws.
- Winged Humanoid: The angels, even the most badass ones, have rather small, cutesy-type chibi wings (like these◊) floating just above their shoulder-blades.