Tag Archives: cartoons

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 the point! ... More

Cartoons: Autumn

Autumn is about falling leaves, football, and, of course, Halloween! Looking at the funny side of this beautiful, spooky season are our great Post cartoonists. ... More

Cartoons: That Deserted Island

Cartoonists seem to need to return again and again to the tiny tropical island with a single palm tree. Possibly that’s where they hold cartoonists’ conventions! A selection of the best on this classic theme from past issues of the Post. ... More

Cartoons: Kids Say the Darndest Things

Our cartoonists know what Art Linkletter knew years ago: out of the mouths of babes… comes trouble. You’ll enjoy these fabulous cartoons, featuring the humorous utterings, mutterings and sputterings of children, from the pages of our magazine. ... More

Meet the Cartoonists: “thomastoons”

Once upon time two brothers were born in a quaint hamlet in northern Pennsylvania (Erie), where they discovered at an early age (10 and 12) the uncanny ability to draw their friends and neighbors as cartoons. ... More
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