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Pulpatoon Pilgrimage

3.75  ·  Rating details ·  48 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Three friends - a minotaur, a goldfish in a robotic human body, and a humanoid plant - meander through empty vistas on a gradually revealed quest, talking about life, nature, sex, parents, and much more. Will they ever say what they left behind in favor of this uncharted pilgrimage?
Paperback, 160 pages
Published October 20th 2002 by Adhouse Books (first published October 7th 2002)
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Apr 16, 2014 rated it liked it
Small, and very strange, though enjoyably. We encounter our three heroes (or something) on a pilgrimage (or so the title says). We don't know quite where they're going, but as with many such stories, it's all about the journey, and the end becomes a mirage when you think you're getting close. A fun little comic and a very quick read. Similar to the wizard of oz, but more poignant. ...more
Nov 01, 2009 rated it really liked it
A bit episodic, but powerful. Why isn't Joel Priddy already an international cartooning superstar? ...more
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More of a meditation than a narrative. A Möebius strip of a story, you could probably start at any chapter and end at any chapter and have a different but equally compelling story. A great use of the B&W comics form.
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