''Listening to 11.975 [=MHz=]'' is a {{Webcomic}} started in December 2002 by Ethan Forsythe.

And it's ... ''[[MindScrew really weird]]''. It's about a girl (whose name is never given within the comic but WordOfGod says is [[http://www.succubi.org/ Deco Bleu]]), and her, um... ''adventures'' in a very surreal dream world.

The comic is filled with obscure references (especially to shortwave radio), and the comics sometimes contain messages to the author's friends. These are incomprehensible to anyone else.

It can be found [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=01 here]](currently down, but many if not all of the strips can be found on its [[https://www.tumblr.com/search/listening%20to%2011.975mhz Tumblr page]].).

In late 2014 the author re-launched the comic as a self published indy comic, "11.975 [=MHz=]", which is available via [[https://www.comixology.com/11-975MHz/comics-series/27105 ComiXlogy]] for a small fee. The updated version is simultaneously much less and much more surreal than the original, switching the storytelling style to a more traditional comic format while retaining much of the Dadaesque elements.

"Deco and her mother, Pascale, wake up one day to find themselves in "The Archives", a near-infinite warehouse of every known archetypal location in the Multiverse."

!!This webcomic provides examples of...

* ArcWords: wm
* ArtEvolution: As in most webcomics, the art gets better and better as the comic progresses, with a particularly noticeable shift when the shading style changes. Another trend is how Deco seems to be looking younger and younger.
* BadassCape: [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=30 This one here.]]
* BarbieDollAnatomy: Averted like crazy with the Brazilian hippie, aka Fussy Britches. Most pages with her are somewhat NSFW due to nudity.
* BeautifulAllAlong: The Girl Who Speaks Math (Caboose) is [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=39 adorable]] when she takes her [[NerdGlasses super-thick spiral glasses]] off.
* BigBallOfViolence: [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=115 here.]]
* BilingualBonus: Averted; while the comic uses a myriad of languages (see below) all of them are apparently nonsense aside from the references, which are always in English.
* BilingualDialogue: Multilingual would be more accurate; between Deco's French, Lunchbox's Chinese, Fussy Britches' Portuguese with occasional Italian, whatever the white-haired devil speaks, the English used by signs and assorted one-off characters, and the ''calculus equations'' used by Caboose, this trope is present in spades.
** The white-haired devil's speech in [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=82 at least one strip]] seems to be Dutch/Flemish. [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=49 Elsewhere]] she seems to speak Greek, or at least in Greek letters. Sometimes itís Dutch/Flemish written in Greek.
** And [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=160 starting here,]] a floating mouse-like creature (with a distinct resemblance to [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pikachu]]) speaks Catalan.
* BodyHorror: Whatever is happening on [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=22 this page]], [[{{Squick}} it's a good thing Deco is turned the other way...]]
* CantYouReadTheSign: [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=07 Of course the signs warning of the deep, deep hole ahead aren't worth noticing.]] Though neither Deco nor Lunchbox actually speak English, so I suppose it's justifiable.
** [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=17 This one specifically says, "No one listens to me anyways."]]
* {{Catchphrase}}: Deco says "Bassoon!" quite a bit at the beginning.
** The phrase "drink Early Times" shows up with fair frequency in later comics. Early Times is a brand of whiskey, by the way.
* {{Catgirl}}: [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=21 Deco, in one comic only,]] [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=85 and these one-off characters.]]
* CuteMute: Antithesis (Fussy Britches' daughter) [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=37 has blank speech bubbles.]]
* DadaComics: Of which this is a prime example.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: The character often called "The Girl Who Speaks Math" is exactly that. Though her real name is Caboose.
* {{Fanservice}}: The characters are randomly naked every so often. ([[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=105 Here]]'s an example.)
* GodivaHair: [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=105 Deco, in this comic.]]
* GuestStrip: [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=87 Only one, by someone named Divine.]] It makes about as much sense as the rest of the comic, as in none.
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: The Brazilian hippie girl who rarely wears pants or underwear and frequently doesn't even button her shirt.
* LargeHam: The '''TWONKY'''. A boon to mankind? Or '''''its terrible fate?!'''''
** A ShoutOut to a short story by Creator/HenryKuttner and Creator/CLMoore, alias Lewis Padgett, and/or [[Film/TheTwonky the movie adaptation]] thereof.
* {{Meganekko}}: Deco
* {{Mindscrew}}: Almost inverted, it's the parts that near comprehension that are disorienting.
* MoodWhiplash: The comic is cute and whimsical, right? [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=85 Then you have this]], which is pretty damn depressing. Then it's back to cute and whimsical.
* MsFanservice: See InnocentFanserviceGirl above.
* MushroomSamba: [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=28 What do you expect from brownies made by a hippie?]]
** [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=73 Possibly here as well, though it's hard to understand.]]
* ShoutOut: Lots and lots, particularly to old video games such as Pac-Man (Deco's headband has the game's titular character and a ghost, not to mention [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=15 this]]), VideoGame/{{Zork}} [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=08 (when Deco and Lun Che Box fall into a pit, the opening text is in the background)]], and plenty to ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros''. There are also excerpts from ''The Idiot at Home'' by John Kendrick Bangs every once in a while, and one comic has the last few lines from Tennyson's Sir Galahad.
** [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=30 This comic]] references the last two lines of the song "Truckstop" by Marty Stuart.
** There are many, many references to the end text of VideoGame/{{Lemmings}}.
** Deco must have dialed the 80's into the [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=134 Dial-A-Decade machine]], because [[ComicStrip/BloomCounty Steve Dallas]] walked out.
* TalkativeLoon: Nearly all characters gives off this impression.
* SistineSteal: [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=21 Tag!]]
* TheUnintelligible: EVERY. SINGLE. CHARACTER. But especially Deco herself, the AnimeChineseGirl Lunchbox, and Caboose.
* UnsoundEffect: Many of the "sound effects" are things like celebrity names. Actually, none of them are real sounds...
* WholesomeCrossdresser: One-off character [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=68 Sinbios]]
* WidgetSeries: Ohhhh yeah.
** The comic's host site is also pretty weird.
* WrenchWench: [[http://www.succubi.org/db/index.php?strip=124 Caboose.]]
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Deco's hair, though it can only be seen in the colored pages, is bright blue.
* WordOfGod: [[http://heapershangout.com/index.php?p=/discussion/comment/36742#Comment_36742 The characters' names have recently been clarified]]. For reference, Deco is still Deco, "Lun Che Box" is just Lunchbox, "Fuzzy Pants" is Fussy Britches (her daughter is Antithesis), "The Girl who Speaks Math" is Caboose, and finally, the succubus/minister who shows up from time to time is named Elsepeth.