Two-Coats McWhinnie


Two-Coats McWhinnie is a strip that Jonathan Edwards did together with Ian Carney in 1999 about a kid who decides to wear two coats at a time. It was supposed to be published as a Slab-O-Concrete Missive Device (a combination of postcards and comics), but unfortunately Slab went belly up before Two-Coats was ever printed. And now Jonathan reveals it in all its glory on his blog, I Heart Pencils.

I think it’s a gem, and I’m glad it’s resurfaced. A story that encompasses this amount of tragedy in only sixteen panels is very rare indeed. Thanks, Jonathan !

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3 Responses to Two-Coats McWhinnie

  1. Jonathan says:

    Thanks for the kind words about Two-Coats. It’s nice to know it’s appreciated after all these years hidden away.

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