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Webcomic profile: experiMental Theatre
experiMental Theatre
Whose mind is it anyway?
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Language: English
Genre: Surreal
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 14th Sep 2013, 11:23 PM
Number of comics: 260
Number of subscribers: 61
Visitors: 108167 visitors (588490 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.98 (749 votes)

Webcomic description

an experiment in Mental Theatre, externalized in comic form.
Currently Featuring: MAD SCIENCE! with Dr. Nick - steampunk fantasy adventure into the strange!

Now updating 3 times weekly, every M-W-F.

It doesn't serve the 3 fetish as well as every 3rd day on dates divisible by 3 did, but you get more story for your money - with 3 more strips every month!


-3- is an eclectic creator - during the past three decades working with various digital & traditional print media, 2D & 3D animation, video editing and the written word.
(see The Artist page on experiMental Theatre for more bio)

Most recent comments left on experiMental Theatre

v (Guest)
9th Sep 2014
Robin Morrison (Guest)
20th Oct 2013
"sui juris?"
Seemed like something that might interest you:
Left on Weekend Colour Special - Where's the story?
15th Sep 2013
Didn't really think it would make a splash, Unk.

BTW - For those who are wondering what i've been doing, and haven't noticed elsewhere by now - i have a new ongoing gallery up, Gallery 3
Left on Weekend Colour Special - Where's the story?
Unka John
15th Sep 2013
Unka John
Does this guy mean you are "out of the inkwell"? Sorry, I couldn't resist.
Left on Weekend Colour Special - Where's the story?
15th Sep 2013
I can understand that, MO. I'm writing long form, and things that will flow when all read together later can be completely forgotten at the slow pace of publication.

Maybe an ongoing "Story To Date" page would give me a cheap excuse to do a series of paintings based on the comic...
We can definitely expect to see some more painted versions of our characters, no matter what happens with the ongoing art style.
Left on Weekend Colour Special - Where's the story?