Stay Tooned Issue #3April 26th, 2022
What’s the Point? Cartoon Humor and Deeper Meaning
For a cartoon to be funny is essential, but for me, a great cartoon can also do more. It can present complicated ideas or uncomfortable truths in a way that people actually enjoy.
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Next month we are making some big changes to your favorite Caption Contest!
We’re getting ready to splash some cash so get your pencils sharpened. Beginning next month we will introduce a BIG CASH PRIZE for the winning caption.
Isn’t every day Mother’s Day?
Isn’t every day Mother’s Day? That’s what my Mother said and then rolled her eyes. Moms have always had a sense of humor as they navigated the disaster we left in our wake. What better way to reward and celebrate them than with this collection (and more) of our greatest Mom cartoons.
Anatomy of a Cartoon: Baseball
Cartoon critics Phil Witte and Rex Hesner look behind the gags to debate what makes a cartoon tick. This week our intrepid critics take a look at baseball cartoons.
Newest Caption Contest
This contest’s cartoon is from Kaamran Hafeez. In this drawing, two cavemen stand over a washing machine. The man on the left is speaking.
“Two men and a rain cloud” Caption Contest Commentary with Lawrence Wood
In Kaamran Hafeez’s cartoon, two men are strolling along a sidewalk. One man is bald, holding a phone in his right hand, and carrying a briefcase with his left.
Your opinion counts! Vote on your favorites from the last contest.
Congratulations to Kurt Rossetti. Here is the winning entry:
And here are the two runners-up:
2nd place: “I don’t take it personally.” – Don Symons
3rd place: “Don’t talk to me about silver linings.” – Marc S Siegel