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Surrealism in Stickmen

I guess these aren’t technically stick figures, but they’re only one or two steps up. The cartoon is “Pictures for Sad Children.” Not sure if it’s appropriate for sad children, but it is an interesting find.

I still can’t quite figure out what this cartoon is about, but I’m willing to follow along with the story until I figure it out. Reading it from start to finish, I can’t help but feel I’m missing something. But I enjoy it.

The story follows a ghost named Paul and his living coworkers, and their…adventures. It’s a trippy strip, so I thought it’d be only friendly to share.


I really like this. Hope you enjoy.

3 Responses to “Surrealism in Stickmen”

  1. on 20 Nov 2007 at 5:59 pm GOD

    didint find it THAT funny… but some thing new

  2. on 21 Nov 2007 at 11:03 am Karen

    I canceled one of my e-mail subscriptions to a blog and got an e-mail that resembled that conversation very closely. I hate it when I have to explain myself…

    ‘I didn’t want to READ THIS BLOG anymore! Okay???? Stop asking me why! I don’t know why! I just don’t. Go away. I’m not talking to you anymore.’

    Maybe the ghost had canceled his subscription. To life. Bummer.

  3. on 21 Nov 2007 at 3:28 pm Finicky Penguin

    Because I started a subscription to Sports Illustrated.

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