Paul Pope illustrates Japan's grooviest concept cars

John sez, "Batman: Year 100 creator Paul Pope illustrated three Japanese concept cars for GQ, as well as a flying car of his own design. You can see all the illustrations at the GQ link."

It Will Come From Japan!

Superpunch's gallery of photos of the actual cars

(Thanks, John!)


  1. About the Puyo: “VW van”? “Gumpy”? What were these grandpa? The lamest possible defense of the uncluttered inside of the car? Use of pinup girls for a car that really, really isn’t likely to appeal to the machos of this world?
    Looks like Pope or whoever wrote the script is not equipped to keep up with the times… or display even the most basic… err, elementary… minimal… nanoscopic common sense.

  2. Is it me, or does the first picture look like the little car with the nice semi-naked girls frowning?

    And the flying cars looks like Archie, the Owl-Mobile from Watchmen.

  3. Cute, but I don’t think either of those land-based vehicles would get me too far on gravel roads in winter.

    I expect the glass repair shops will love them, though.

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