Cartoons

Cartoons: The Shrink’s Couch

The couch in the psychiatrist’s office is probably more cliché than reality, but it provides great comic fodder for Post cartoonists. ... More

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Cartoons: The 1950s

The stereotypes in these cartoons are not exactly politically correct today, but we'll let you judge if they still tickle your funny bone.... More

Cartoons: The Caveman

We’ve shown funny views of the pearly gates and that tiny deserted island. But wait—the clichés continue! This time our cartoonists view primitive man (and... More

Cartoons: Overheard at the Bar

We would never suggest our talented cartoonists spend a lot of time at bars, but they seem to overhear a lot of watering hole conversations. ... More

Chon Day Cartoons

For over six decades, Chon Day cartoons were favorites of Post readers. Some call him the "Cartoonist's Cartoonist."... More

from November 28, 1942
Thanksgiving Cartoons

No point in acting like an ostrich – well, unless you’re a turkey. Thanksgiving is almost here! ... More

Cartoons: TV Times

Admit it: that big electronic box hypnotizes us. It certainly casts a spell on our cartoonists. ... More

Cartoons: World War II

Although there's nothing funny about war, creative people can find humor almost anywhere. Here are some cartoons from WWII-era issues of the Post to prove... More

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