This, for the sake of posterity, is in relation to Ed Miliband's egging last week. For some reason, whenever a politician is egged, I anthropomorphise it and wonder if that's the way that egg saw it's life going. Egging is such an odd tradition. But it makes sense I guess. Cheap and messy. And relatively harmless. I did a quick google for the history of egging in protests and came up with this - the earliest recorded case of it being in the 17th Century.
I think this was the smallest I've been with panels - managing to fit 18 into a pretty small area. I liked the idea of giving a lot of panels to the egg's life before being used in protest. I'm really pleased with the colour scheme too. It's something I'm using for another comic I'm working on and I've become attached to it.
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