Business as usual.
"The Horrifying Experiments of Dr. Pleasant!" is a low rez pixel art
comic on the WEB!
A heartwarming tale about the titular Doctor, his assistant Gale
, and all the new friends they make. (quite literally!)
It can be found here
The comic provides examples of:
- Added Alliterative Appeal: Gale alliterates a lot. The comic where Cathy gets revived shows her getting irritated at this.
- Artificial Human: Armando was created to be irresistible to women, but is mostly just stuck in the midst of an existential crisis.
- Artificial Limbs: Isabelle has a robotic pelvis, legs, left arm, left eye, and a tail to boot!
- Blaxploitation Parody: Luscious Black. He's the boldest, blackest character in fiction.
- Blob Monster: Kilo. He's fond of attractive human females and doesn't produce solid waste.
- Color-Coded Characters: Most characters feature a color heavily in their design. This color fills their respective text boxes too, which is convenient for when characters are talking out of panel. Colors are as follows:
- White - Dr. Pleasant
- Red - Cathy
- Green - Gale
- Blue - Amanda
- Gold - Armando
- Orange - Joselyn
- Yellow - Beatrix
- Chartreuse - Francesca
- Turquoise - Elvira
- Light Blue - Dr. Wright
- Indigo - Dr. Hope
- Magenta - Isabelle
- Maroon - Na'dlehee Lupu
- Grey - Koko
- Black - Luscious Black
- Cute Monster Girl: The primary comedic setup is the Doctor reviving a girl and Gale hitting on them.
- Deadpan Snarker: Amanda's inability to feel emotions means "deadpan" is her only choice in delivery.
- Emotionless Girl: Amanda came back wrong and lost her emotional capabilities.
- Giant Enemy Crabgirl: While Cathy is a normal sized girl, her crab claw is almost as big as she is.
- Harping On About Harpies: Joselyn has wings on her back, feathered arms, and bird legs.
- Hulk Speak: Kilo displaying the "fine, articulate speech you can expect from the average person."
- The Igor: Far more hideous than a hunchback, Gale is an obnoxious dudebro.
- Little Bit Beastly: Beatrix's only visible bee parts are her antennae... And her compound eyes.
- Mad Scientist: Natch.
- Mushroom Samba: Comic 17 where subject A-2.14 has flooded the compound with drugs.
- Opaque Nerd Glasses: The shading on Dr. Pleasant's glasses at least show which way he is looking.
- Our Werewolves Are Different: The goddess Na'dlehee Lupu is shown transforming into a wolf-like creature.
- Plant Person: Subject A-2.14, which also happens to emit a powerful hallucinogen. May or may not actually be "Alive and stuff."
- Shout-Out: Dr. Wright is a clear reference to Dr. Light. This Doctor makes sex robots though.
- Snake People: Francesca, who comes complete with forked tongue, wild hair, and plenty of sass.
- Sssssnake Talk: Francesca does this when she is teasing people and/or has been drinking.