A Webcomic about a Magical Girl named Lisa (read: a total Fangirl) and her Mentor Mascot Io (read: an evil 4-inch-tall alien ant), out to save the Earth (read: unknowingly help the alien ants invade it) by fighting evil alien termites in devastating Humongous (read: human-sized) Mecha battles.
Find it here. While the final two News Posts have a tone of wanting to continue the comic, other points raised about being busy/unenthused and the author's total disappearance from the webcomic community shortly afterward most likely means the series will not be continued.
Mechagical Girl Lisa ANT contains examples of:
- Ascended Fangirl: Lisa is a magical-girl fan who gets recruited to be a magical girl.
- Animesque: The style.
- Calling Your Attacks: Lisa doesn't need any catchphrases to activate her Powered Armor, but she's so into the magical-girl genre that she makes some up. Pink Flash uses them too, to enhance her more traditional magical-girl image.
- Cute Is Evil: Pink Flash, secretly working for the world-conquering aliens.
- The Ditz: Lisa.
- Filler Strips: There are some.
- Government Agency of Fiction: PET SHOP.
- Hero with Bad Publicity: Between her alien-ant-robot costume and Pink Flash's propaganda, Lisa's heroic alter ego ANT is perceived as an "alien monster."
- Humongous Mecha: Relatively speaking. It's a human-sized mecha built by doll-sized aliens.
- In the Name of the Moon: As with any self-respecting Magical Girl, Lisa comes up with her own.
- Lawyer-Friendly Cameo: Nanoha and Vita appear in episode 3, attending a free samba lesson for kids. Along with many cameos from the girls of W.I.T.C.H..
- Living with the Villain: Lisa and Paula (a.k.a Pink Flash) don't live under the same roof, but attend the same school and share a few friends.
- Magical Girl: Lisa thinks she's one. Pink Flash really is one, albeit a Dark Magical Girl (she works for the termites).
- The Men in Black: Lisa's parents, who work for the aforementioned Government Agency of Fiction.
- Mentor Mascot: Io. Alien engineer, in the form of a cute doll-size ant-person.
- Powered Armor: The A.N.T. armor, when used by a human.
- Shout-Out: Lisa's room is full of them, including Sparkling Generation Valkyrie Yuuki, Sailor Moon and Cardcaptor Sakura. One strip also has them studying David Bowie's 1. Outside in literature class.
- Translation Convention: It's set in Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Unknown Rival: Lisa is too oblivious to realize that Pink Flash is her enemy.
- Villain with Good Publicity: Pink Flash. It helps that she looks the part of pink-and-frilly warrior of justice, while ANT looks like a scout for an upcoming Bug War.
- Wide-Eyed Idealist: And she still insists on being such after everything she's been through.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Yeah, being a Magical Girl does not work like Lisa expected.