The Amazing Adventures of Cat Prentis (no longer found here) is a fantasy webcomic by Colin Delaney and Tony Gazso.
It follows the adventures of Cat Prentis, as she attempts to navigate life in a Catholic school, all while fighting an ancient evil that has haunted humanity since the days of William Shakespeare. And as it turns out, there may be more to his play The Tempest than mere fiction, and she might not be able to handle it alone.
This webcomic provides examples of:
- Badass Normal: "What? The drama kid can't be badass?"
- Catch Phrase: Cat's "Frack me."
- Eldritch Abomination: Setebos, a big black shadow with way, way too many mouths.
- Formulaic Magic: Cat explains that magic involves a lot of math.
- Go Mad from the Revelation: Cat apparently did when she first realized the full extent of her power. It took her a few months to work her way back to sanity.
- Groin Attack: Cat delivers one to a demon possessed person to get away from them. It doesn't work very well.
- I Just Want to Be Normal: Cat hates being gifted with magic.
- Sarcastic Confession: Played with. Cat handles her explanation for what she did while away for the summer by making up a few Blatant Lies, then throwing in the confession.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Cat's phone. See Sealed Inside a Person-Shaped Can below.
- Sealed Inside a Person-Shaped Can: It turns out that Prospero was the can for Setebos, but this began to fail, so he hid away on the island in The Tempest. Now that Prospero is hiding inside Cat's phone, it's effectively a can within a can.
- Transparent Closet: Cam. "Oh, sweetie, your closet doesn't even have a door!"
- A True Story in My Universe: It turns out that The Tempest is an altered account of actual events. Prospero was a real man and a personal friend of Shakespeare's.
- Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: A variant is the tagline for the comic.