Every child has monster under the bed.

This is mine.

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Comiclets.

You know the drill. This is Xlet category. This time, webcomics. Our webcomics.

Gorgeous Princess Creamy Beamy.

You will get diabetes.

And no, not because it is Cute Overload in comic form.

This is because it is completely ludicrous story about Fatass Alien Princess that live on junk food, gets power from royal jelly and fight monsters concocted by evil anthropomorphic bunnies.

Okay… what?

Inanity with a lot of cavities

“This planet has the craziest religions I’ve ever seen. It’s no wonder they can’t get rid of their body thetans.”

Her Fatassness.Retarded misadventures of main heroine starts when it is revealed she is actually alien. And not regular gray variety, nor black eyeless killer variety, oh no. She is Sayian Sucrayan Princess and her power is gathered from unhealthy, high-fat, high-sugar and high-starch diet. Unhealthy for homo sapiens, to be specific. In best tradition of Magical Girls, she also have cute animal sidekick with dark secret.

Against her stands beforementioned evil bunnies, represented by their special agent. Usually she (futilely) try to defeat symbol of morbid obesity Satou Tsugumi/Creamy Beamy via means of various Monsters of the Week. In free time she derps around Earth getting culturally shocked with help of her sex slave and get pestered by her sister far, far away in Usaginara. We will meet also many more or less crazy… how to say… entities, like principal or girls of the class.

On our journey in world full of crazy we will meet aliens (duh) and monsters (duh again), class on school trip to hot spring, conspire with incompetent wanna-be MiB guys, get a look at Tsugimi’s denialtastic subconsciousness and shake head between giggles at absurdity of it all. We also will hear a lot of various side stories, revealing more (bordering sometimes on TMI) about this universe on acid trip.

Destruction and devastation with a side order of deliciousness

“I’m not in denial!”

Major themes of comic are delusions and hipocrisy.

Shitload of things are commented, parodied or just outright laughed at, from japanese culture clichés and stereotypes, through science-fiction clichés to problems with carelessly executed time travel. Child soldier traumas, obesity, politics, religion, sexuality, gender roles – everything is made fun of mercilessly, lampshaded, doubly-lampshaded, set on fire, feed to dogs and shot in space.

This is cheerfully crazy and utterly hilarious piece of work. Shame it is on indefinite hiatus. Anyway, it is worth losing a few hour of life for all-the-way laughter. Seriously, go, read it from beginning.