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The Really Heavy Greatcoat (1987) - #19870221
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John Freeman

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Cover Date: February 21 1987
Cover Price: Free

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Format: Black & White; Webcomic; 1 pages

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John, who will later be revealed to be an idealistic worker on a local council, goes into an OxFam store to buy a new coat. He chances upon an old military greatcoat and decides to buy it. He finds that not only does it seem to make total strangers love him, it's also very heavy. When he asks the sales clerk about the coat's bulk, he's surprised to find the coat answering the question.

Though originally a comic strip in a local event listing paper, this strip is now available exclusively online.

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