Subnormality: Floor Plan of the Mind by Winston Rowntree

Posted by Edward Ernest | Sep 13, 2017 | Comics | 0 |

The comic Floor Plan of the Mind, number 204 from Winston Rowntree’s Subnormality series is a one panel comic in theory, but it’s bigger than that in every possible way.

Reading this comic takes not just time, but a game plan on how you will attack the actual reading of it. To be thorough, you must read the comic at least twice, and upon multiple readings, you’ll find little jokes that you kept on missing from previous reads as there’s so much to see that the sensory overload causes you to make these misses.

We’re not going to go into a full blown review of what you’re about to read below. We’ll only say this, it’s brilliant, and you should take your time not just to read it but to appreciate the craft of what went into the inner mental dive. It’s brutally honest about how all humans tick and think, and you’ll appreciate how Winston Rowntree figured out how to layout the mind, so every contained feeling feeds into the most logical feeling within the panel and in reality, in our own minds.

We hope you enjoy it as much as we did too.

You can also read the Subnormality comics of Winston Rowntree at Virus Comics, read our review of his series People Watching by clicking on the title and you can donate to his cartoon show Season 2 of People Watching Indiegogo Campaign by CLICKING HERE.

If you made it all the way down here, that means you mostly likely loved what you just read and we think you should also watch Winston Rowntree’s show called People Watching by clicking on the title. You can also read the Subnormality comics of Winston Rowntree at Virus Comics and you can donate to the Season 2 of People Watching Indiegogo Campaign by CLICKING HERE.


If you or a loved one you know is battling mental health issues, please do get the help you need. If you need to talk to someone now, you can talk to one of the many fantastic therapists at Better Help by CLICKING HERE.


This post was created with the help of Grammarly.

Photo Credit: Winston Rowntree


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