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"But she got... Bigger."
Catherin McCollough

Olympic Dames is a modern fantasy webcomic created by Kaileigh Blue and co-written by Lyze.

Five teenagers wake up one morning to find themselves heavily pregnant. Their family seems to be oblivious and no one at school is questioning it. They soon learn with great responsibility comes great power as each girl discovers a super human ability contingent on the mystery foetus she is hosting.


After a few bungling fights and a match against a villainess and her henchman they can no longer ignore their calling.

Olympic Dames provides examples of:

  • All Myths Are True
  • Art Evolution: Originally in Pencil and ink, the art changed over time. First limitations of tools led to a decline, more recently the comic is now in color.
  • Author Appeal: Both the artist and co-writer are self-confessed pregnancy fetishists.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Cait using her power to absorb monsters into her womb as a sort of waiting room to Tartarus often results in her bursting out of her clothes. Eventually, she gets wise to this and lifts up her shirt to avoid it ripping when she expands.
  • Bed Trick: The girls thought they were dreaming about a cute boy they had met but were actually visited by different Greek gods. The boy, Pan in disguise, is rather miffed that he didn't get to sleep with any of them himself.
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  • But Not Too Foreign: Kasumi's father is an American military officer.
  • The Charmer: Pan, although many of the girls are too angry at him to fall for him.
  • The Chick: Despite being one of the few males, Adam is obviously the chick.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Caitlyn and Adam.
  • Clingy MacGuffin: Catherin's weapon. She can summon and dismiss it therefore is unable to lose it.
  • Double Standard: Rape, Divine on Mortal: how did the foetusues/foetii get there in the first place?
  • The Empath: Taryn is somewhat. It hasn't come up.
  • Evil All Along: Myria first appears to be trying to help Caitlyn under the guise of a guidance councilor.
  • Falling into His Arms: After exhausting herself defeating a water elemental Dani is caught by Pan.
  • Fanservice: The comic is largely geared towards pregnancy fetishists. The increasingly frequent cases of belly expansion are undoubtedly meant to serve as this. Examples include:
    • Any time Cait uses her unexpected power to trap magical beings in her womb and temporarily hold them until they're moved to Tartarus. She's usually not happy to do it since she's already the biggest.
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    • Adam's dream after Cait uses this power for the first time, a Whole Plot Reference to Alice in Wonderland has fun with the size changing mushrooms. A card soldier (Kasumi), the Red Queen/Queen of Hearts (Taryn) and especially the White Rabbit (Cait) end up eating them and growing proportionally to the amount they ate.
    • When Dani is duped into letting Loki live in her womb as well as her original child. She gets as big as Cait and much attention is drawn to her new size.
    • The above situation is resolved by Cait temporarily taking ''both'' Dani's baby and Loki into her womb until Myria takes Loki back. Adam is all too pleased about this...unfortunately for him Cait temporarily has Dani's telepathic powers.
    • Taryn undergoes steady expansion as she receives adulation from pagans celebrating Lupercalia. Unfortunately her powers make it incredibly pleasurable and difficult to stop.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: The trope is Pan's excuse for appearing as a tall blond human to the leads. He really just wants to get laid.
  • Giant Mook: Frost, but don't tell him he's huge. He's sensitive.
  • Hearing Voices: Myria and Loki.
  • Heroic Host: any of the girls carrying magical foetii.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: While not a romantic couple, even 5'10 Myria is dwarfed by 8' Frost. 5'2 Danielle has eyes for 6'3 Pan. Showing then in panel standing together shows why comic females are just as tall as their male counterparts.
    • Frost gets to showcase this in a romantic sense with Cat, even though she's fairly tall herself.
  • Jerkass: Cyril. He's not outright evil. He just lacks tact and subtlety.
  • Longest Pregnancy Ever: While it's only been 1-2 months for the characters, the comic has been going for 7 years.
  • Making a Splash: Kasumi, who channels the power of water through her unborn.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Loki and by connection, Myria.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: Myria chooses to dress in business attire. Even after she steals Caitlyn's twins. she still manages to wear a nice dress shirt and slacks. They also drive what's supposed to be a Hummer to accommodate Frost's size.
  • Memento MacGuffin: From the word of God Cat's choker was given to her by her father before he was killed in a car accident. Pan's pipes were created from a nymph that turned into reeds.
  • Mind over Matter: Danielle
  • Moment Killer: Anything and everything between Caitlyn and Adam.
  • Mystical Pregnancy: a rare example of the mothers benefitting from a Mystical Pregnancy, as the five teenagers develop magical powers after becoming pregnant.
  • One Drink Will Kill the Baby: The bartender is more worried about her pregnancy than the fact that Catherin is under-aged.
  • Parental Abandonment: Caitlyn's Parents. Neither of Cat's parent's have been mentioned either, but she's 18.
  • Pregnant Badass: All of the characters, really, since the pregnancy gives them powers, but specifically Kasumi and Catherin.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Pan. He is a Greek God after all.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: the UnNamed who advises and steers Myria and Frost.
  • Shock and Awe: Caitlyn, who is possibly carrying a War God in her womb. She becomes War.
  • Shrinking Violet: Danielle, the quiet shy nerdy one.
  • Sisterhood Eliminates Creep: The girls do this to Cyril over his pregnancy fetish.
  • Sixth Ranger: Kasumi, the Japanese girl who realises she isn't as alone as she thought and comes to America to join them.
  • Super Strength: Catherin
  • The Team Wannabe: Cyril, the unpleasant and asocial pregnancy-fetishist, who discovers the girls' secret and begs and pleads to be allowed to join the team. In their brief incarnation as crime-fighting superheroines, he embarrasses them by tagging along dressed as Darth Vader.
  • Teen Pregnancy: All of them.
  • The One Guy: Poor Adam. Although the brief addition to the team of Cyril didn't help very much.
  • Token Rich Student: Taryn Varwig, whose parents have placed her at a regular state school and not the fee-paying one they could easily afford.
  • Unresolved Sexual Tension: Caitlyn and Adam.
  • Wacky Cravings: Muffin mix. Dry powder muffin mix.
  • Weirdness Magnet: All the girls.
  • What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: Taryn. Except she is so powerful that no human or humanoid can resist her.
  • Where the Hell Is Springfield?: The city has a name but that's about it.