Catana Comics is a webcomic by Catana Chetwyndnote , revolving around the adorable relationship between she and her boyfriend, John. Initially created as a way to illustrate the "mere exposure" effectnote , John persuaded Catana to release the comics to the public and they quickly became extremely popular.
The comic's first print collection, Little Moments of Love: A Catana Comics Collection, was released in 2018. It also has a YouTube channel.
This webcomic provides examples of:
- Big Eater: Catana and John are occasionally shown being able to put away large amounts of food in a single sitting. Catana can even open her jaw wide enough to eat half a sandwich in a single bite.
- Blazing Inferno Hellfire Sauce: Catana draws herself pouring fire out of bottles to show how spicy she likes her food.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Catana freely admits that she doesn't like it when other women pay attention to John.
- Dramatic Thunder: When Catana refers to the time before she and Jon got together as "the before time", lightning and thunder appear in the background.
- Eating the Eye Candy: Several strips have Catana ogling John's body, such as one that shows John shucking clothes, only to be interrupted by a sound about the time that he's down to his boxers. The last panel has Catana leaning around the door facing saying "Mooooore".
- Fanservice: Severely downplayed. The comics have featured both Catana and John in various states of undress, along with Catana's butt, but the art style and the overall wholesome nature of the comic completely kills any possible titillation factor.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: John is much taller than Catana, and several comics have her either standing on tiptoe to kiss him or compensating in other ways, such as standing on a stack of books.
- Opposites Attract: Invoked in one comic where Catana and John note that their differences are what draws each to the other. They even say that their differences combine to form one normal adult.
- Scenery Censor:
- In one comic, while Catana is in the shower, John surprises her with a towel that's been freshly heated in the dryer. In the first panel, she's protected by a conveniently placed dresser.
- Another comic shows Catana in the shower, but flames pouring from the shower head (to symbolize her preference for scalding hot water) cover up her bits.