Cartoons: Black Friday Funnies

We’ve learned that if you’re about to throw yourself into the midst of holiday shopping chaos, you better have your sense of humor with you at all times.

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We’ve learned that if you’re about to throw yourself into the midst of holiday shopping chaos, you better have your sense of humor with you at all times. Here are some of our holiday cartoon favorites dating back to the 1920s.

 

Cartoon
Father’s Idea of Santa Claus
C.H. Forbell
December 16, 1922

 

Cartoon
Santa Claus: What Do You Want for Christmas, My Little Man? A Sled?
Bobbie: Naw, I Want a Thermocoupled Milliammeter and a Supersynchronous Rectifier for My Radio Transmitting Set
Clark DeBall
December 11, 1926

 

Cartoon
Have you anything that doesn’t always end up in a fight?
December 28, 1940

 

Cartoon
“Mom, will you remind me when it’s time to start being a good boy?”
Jack Carr
December 1943

 

Cartoon
Couldn’t you manage to look a little more festive? Cavalli December 14, 1957

 

Cartoon
“Sixth floor—toys, Santa Claus, pandemonium.” 
December 1961
Rondo Fox

 

cartoon
“…And here’s our own Liz Rafferty, just back from the stores with a few last-minute shopping suggestions.”
Thomas
December 1993

 

Cartoon
“Yeah, the Christmas stuff looks a little picked over.”
December 2003

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