Monday, 13 February 2012

The Really Heavy Greatcoat: Murdoch


The Really Heavy Greactcoat is a long-running cartoon strip which ace artist Nick Miller and I created years ago and published in alternative Lancaster magazine On The Beat and Off the Beat and, later, on virtual-lancaster.

Just occasionally, Nick (who's constantly busy on numerous projects) teases us all with a new and topical episode.

• View Nick's work over at: teamsputnikblog.blogspot.com  

• Read the Really Heavy Greatcoat online (not a complete archive, but you'll get a taster) here on downthetubes.net

• If anyone wnats to pay us to write and draw more Greatcoats, contact johnATvirtual-lancaster.net 

1 comment:

Chris Satori said...

It puts me in mind of an old Ken Pyne cartoon in Private Eye a couple of years ago.
Pictured in Regency style is a laughing Rupert Murdoch with his britches down around his knees and a sunny radiance emanating from his buttcleft, in which a smaller David Cameron gleefully basks. Caption: "Mr Cameron Rejoices in the Knowledge that the Sun is Shining on him".
How times change.