Stay Tooned Issue #5June 22nd, 2022
Dry Sense of Humor: Comedy in Disguise
Usually, when a person is joking, it’s obvious. The person is smiling, and their face is animated and happy. But for “dry humor,” this ‘I’m telling a joke face” is a no-no. The joke must be delivered totally deadpan.
New Cash Prize Caption Contest!
One week left to be funny for real money!
Our brand-new cartoon caption contest has a prize of a cool grand for the winner. That’s right, ONE-THOUSAND DOLLARS for the funniest caption!
Break out your thinking cap, put it on backward, and get those funny juices flowing. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Dow, Dow, Dooowwn Jones, 20 Cartoons That Laugh At Loss
Are you losing your shirt but not your sense of humor? Come tumble down and down through this collection of gains and losses by the world’s greatest cartoonists. Sometimes you just have to laugh (because you can’t afford anything else).
Anatomy of a Cartoon: Crime and Punishment
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 Crime and Punishment cartoons.
Congratulations to Nicole Chrolavicius. Here is the winning entry:
And here are the two runners-up:
2nd place: “I prefer stone washed.” – Tom Bryant
3rd place: “I think it wants water.” – Janet L. Davis