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Webcomic profile: Ye Olde Lego-time Theatre
Ye Olde Lego-time Theatre
Fitfully Dramatic! Shows on Weekends!
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Content flags: Violent Content
Language: English
Genre: Other
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 18th Nov 2012, 8:11 AM
Number of comics: 382
Number of subscribers: 12
Visitors: 103850 visitors (576715 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (29 votes)

Webcomic description

Wherein many random events and fourth-wall shattering episodes are subjected to alternate reality thespians, continuity constables, and ardent media types - all of which is presented in LegoVision.


Most recent comments left on Ye Olde Lego-time Theatre

Guest (Guest)
20th Nov 2012
Now I'm curious - if you're only ending the comic now because of your computer, where were you *originally* planning to go with the "executives step in due to silly darker-n-edgier storyline" plot?
Left on 17 November 2012
20th Nov 2012
If anyone's a breakout star who's not going to be forgotten in future comic incarnations (though possibly less meta) it's Captain Exposition. And yeah, he'd broke with his clan over opting to act rather than to wait or merely explain.

Well, and Secret Agent Dench, but I can't help but think that someone would have devised her elsewhere first.
Left on 17 November 2012
19th Nov 2012
You mean nearly to the end?
Left on 17 November 2012
BrickVoid (Guest)
19th Nov 2012
There are some that look forward to their future, I have a feeling Captain Exposition makes his future! ;)
Left on 17 November 2012
18th Nov 2012
There were. And there are. And so very many loose ends... perhaps too many.

Like I said, I'll see if anything strikes my fancy at some point.
Left on 16 November 2012