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Webcomic / Parasite Galaxy

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Parasite Galaxy is a supernatural horror/fantasy webcomic following the story of Hebiko, a magical snake girl with psychotic tendencies and Matt, a high schooler unexpectedly pulled into the chaos that follows her. When Hebiko appears on Matt's hambuger one day, all sort of chaos breaks loose and bad guys are causing a ruckus. Luckily for Matt, his new acquaintance makes short—and bloody—work of them. Stirred by ambition, he begins to see the possibilities her considerable power opens up to him.


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Parasite Galaxy contains examples of:

  • Action Girl: Celes Cubbage, Matts older sister is one of the elite agents of the imperial secret police and is packing a decent sized aresenal of weapons.
  • Apocalypse Wow : Any planet Muucurion decides to show up on.
  • Asshole Victim / Kick the Son of a Bitch: Hebiko killing all the gangsters in chapter 3
  • Badass Adorable: Hebiko looks cute, but she can slaughter an army with her tail!
  • Bland-Name Product: Taking cues from other popular anime, we have restaurants like Wc Donald's and Starducks.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Matt compares Hebiko's regard toward humans as being like a lion killing prey.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Gemini does this pretty blatantly in chapter 2
  • Cool Bike: Geminis biotechnological space bike Coco Thunder.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Hebiko is half-girl, half snake. She's more creepy than cute much of the time, however.
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  • Darker and Edgier: Chapter 3
  • Eldritch Abomination: Muucurion
  • Gorn: When Hebiko's in the fray, things get pretty bloody.
  • Meaningful Name: Hebiko is Japanese for snake child, Raishomei means future illumination
  • Super Spit: Hebiko can spit acid. It's not a pretty sight when it hits her victim.
  • The Everyman: Subverted with Matt. He seems pretty ordinary by appearance, but he's actually ambitious and a bit dark.
  • The Gunslinger: Celes rather likes her guns. She even sleeps holding one.
  • Gainax Ending: Comic is still ongoing but the ending of the Tempura Panda arc had three characters figuring out they were all actually the same person who then became a duck made out of duct tape.


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