According to his Flickr profile, artist Christopher Tupa loves to make art, "especially cartoony, fun stuff that makes you smile," and with his takes on GI Joe and their never-ending battle against the forces of Cobra, he's done exactly that:
That is unquestionably the best thing I've seen all week, but it doesn't stop there: Tupa's done a ton of fantastic drawings inspired by the Real American Heroes, and they're awesome. Check out a few of my favorites after the jump!
"Cobra Wacky Races!"
"The Many Faces of Beachhead
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