Winnie Foster's been having a bad day. First, she finds out that she's been passed up for a promotion at work - and then as she heads home, she realizes her car's been stolen.
While walking home, she decides to take a shortcut through the woods. Just when she thinks it can't get any worse, she suffers a fall and finds herself thrown into another world where demons and angels are a reality, and a troupe of magical girls is after her to join.
So what's she do? She runs away with the demon king after being offered to him as a sacrificial bride.
Provides examples of:
- Amnesiac Liar: Eric decides that it's a great idea to have Winnie pose as his wife while they're traveling. "Accidents" happen. Hilarity ensues.
- An Ice Person: Winnie's magic is shown to be this.
- Arranged Marriage: Adam tries to escape one of these.
- Back from the Dead: Winnie ends up a victim of Murder the Hypotenuse. Many years later, her preserved corpse mysteriously disappears from her tomb and she awakens in one of the human kingdoms.
- Belligerent Sexual Tension: Arguably, Winnie and Eric.
- Bishie Sparkle: It happens.
- Bishōnen: Several.
- Cassandra Truth: Winnie tries to tell Eric where she's really from. It doesn't go over well.
- Continuity Reboot: The comic was redone twice, with the first version getting the farthest into the story and the reboots becoming more serious.
- Damsel out of Distress: Winnie, after having gotten lost, drugged, kidnapped, offered as a sacrificial bride, and abducted again, still manages to strike (something resembling) fear into the heart of the Demon King.
- Erotic Eating
- Fan Nickname: Nina, aka "Pink Haired Bitch."
- Half-Identical Twins: Samael and Mara
- Human Sacrifice: But in this case, it's a sacrificial brides.
- Identical Stranger: Princess Hazel and Winnie
- Immortality Begins at 20: Both the demons and angels seem to have this going for them.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Eric.
- Love Triangle: One of these results in an attempted Murder the Hypotenuse
- Magical Girl: There's a small group that works as demon hunters, complete with costumes and all. Winnie is actually supposed to be the last of their number, but gets abducted by the demon king before they can recruit her.
- Mayfly–December Romance: Azrael's a demon, Winnie's a human. At least Winnie doesn't care.
- Mistaken for Cheating: Azrael... Poor Az.
- Murder the Hypotenuse: The pink haired girl pushes Winnie off a building to her death out of jealousy for her relationship with Azrael. It doesn't really work out in their favor. Or did it? The character has yet to get any comeuppance for this...
- Naked on Arrival: Well, not quite, but when Winnie is found by Eric and his men... Her state of dress is questionable.
- Oblivious to Love: Adam's just a touch too jealous when it comes to Vanessa. Of course, he doesn't get it.
- Power Crystal: All the magical girls have these in the first incarnation of the comic. They all return to Earth when Winnie breaks them.
- Power Nullifier: Azrael almost gets Winnie to use this in order to prevent her from accidentally killing him.
- Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: In one version of the comic, the demon king treats Winnie nicely because he fears directly confronting the prophecy would simply result in this, causing his demise.
- Series Hiatus: It happens from time to time... There has been no update on the comic or news since a 2010 newspost.
- The Empath: Lucy, whose powers seem to promptly take care of Azrael's emo streak.
- Theme Naming: The magical girls are named after seasons, the angels and demons have mostly angelic or demonic names...
- The Mourning After: Azrael spends 40 years angsting after Winnie "dies".
- Tomes of Prophecy and Fate: Apparently all the kings have one of these.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: In the case of the demons, who can change form into cats.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Winnie.