As a reminder that the Palupo is always off topic, late and/or/also irrelevant, here is a comic I, the cartoonist, never got around to putting up here – on palupo.com.
Our Palupo artists have been hard at work on this one. Palupo turned down a job at Stoopid Magazine, but not after getting himself on the cover.
The partnership did not last because Palupo saw that they rebranded the ’72 Dodge van as a “Stoopid”. He jumped out of the 2nd floor of the building after throwing his own feces at the art director and the VP of operations. He was on PCP. So was Palupo.
Palupo was asked to return as a recurring character, but he said no.
Here’s a little something personal from my early stalker days- It’s me and my wife. Oh to be young and handsome again. This scene is long before I convinced her to be mine. My dearest wife Meg hates this picture because she says “I drew her all ugly”.
Give Log a try. Suharski weaves a thick and easy to read tale. Get Log especially if you’re into D&D and that all that fanciful war and battle drama from the days of yore. It may very well be historically accurate too.
A while back Palupo made the cover of HIGH TIMES. His advise didn’t go over too well. He figured he should be on as many drugs as possible for the interview. All the drugs counteracted each other with the effect of Palupo being his normal self.
I did this when I was working at the call center for Musician’s Friend. We all had these old PCs and one of the few things we were able to mess with was MS Paint. Solitaire was frowned upon. Then again, so was the above image.