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Cartoons from the World War II Home Front

As always the Post cartoonists of the 1940s proved Americans could take a joke. These WWII-era toons focus on the uncertainty and paranoia of civilians under threat of attack — and they don’t lose any More

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The Funny Papers

Newspapers may be in trouble, but the comic strip is alive and well — and flourishing online. More

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WWII Conscription Cartoons

Post cartoonists searched for the lighter side of local draft boards, draft classifications, and the dreaded rejection. We’ve drafted a collection of these World War More

Cartoons: Staying in Shape

These favorite cartoons from the Posts Special Humor Issue underscore a persistent problem in modern living: staying in shape. More

Cartoons: Wisecracking Kids

Kids are the greatest comedians since they don’t know why they’re so funny. The Post’s Special Humor Issue features some witty lines from cute kids. More

Cartoons: Office Policy

Some things are the same in every office. These cartoons make the movie Office Space look more like a documentary than a comedy. More

Say What Cartoons
Cartoons: Say What?

A slip of the tongue, drowning in jargon, unpronounceable names. Expressing yourself is not always easy. More

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