Henry Miller: Corbyn comic

Henry Miller: Corbyn comic
October 27, 2015 Calverts_123

In this splendid mini comic, fresh from the mind of Henry Miller via our new KM press, a 10 year old boy ponders why his dad has grown a beard and appears happier. Has it got anything to do with Jeremy Corbyn?

Find out by buying a copy now from Gosh comics or directly from Bob Todd Productions

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