The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson has been drawing and telling jokes since he was a kid. What started as a personal passion has now blossomed into his full-fledged career. Mark’s single-panel comics range from Cupid jokes to business gags to music ones that fit perfectly, as he graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a music degree. … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Kate Curtis

Kate Curtis is an experienced award-winning art director, illustrator and painter with a career history encompassing senior creative positions in major Australian advertising agencies. Not only has she been widening her focus to include graphic novels and children’s books, more recently her cartoons have appeared in The New Yorker magazine. Her social media following is … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Frank Cotham

Frank Cotham’s work has been seen regularly around the world, for over three decades now, in the pages of The New Yorker, so he is the guy responsible for all those cartoons that make you chuckle awkwardly in The New Yorker because you don’t fully understand them but laugh anyway to seem sophisticated. He’s like … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Ken Krimstein

Ken Krimstein is a cartoonist, author, and educator whose work appears in The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Chicago Tribune. He teaches at DePaul University and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Soon his latest book Einstein in Kafkaland will be released, you can pre-order it … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Doug Hill

If you’re looking for some cartoons to share with your grandparents, look no further! Doug Hill is a 76-year-old and is also known as the Laughing Hippo Studio. His comics are full of puns, wife-husband jokes, and other real-life-based humor. In his own words, “Everyday scenarios, especially when taken out of context, are a goldmine … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Zoe Si

Zoe Si is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated cartoonist, illustrator, and writer with a lifelong passion for laughing at her own jokes. She believes in the power of words, but also that wherever words fail, a cartoon can usually succeed. Zoe practiced law for a number of years and now spends her days contributing cartoons and articles … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Ed Himelblau

Ed Himelblau is a professor in the Biological Sciences Department at California Polytechnic State University where he teaches courses in genetics and botany. He has always loved cartoons and decided to try to make them himself. Ed sold his first cartoon to The New Yorker in April, 2021 and has been going strong ever since. … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Jeff Stahler

Jeff Stahler is a cartoonist and painter known for his work on editorial cartoons and comic panels. He has a rich background in the field, having served as an editorial cartoonist for various publications. Stahler is also the creator of the comic panel “Moderately Confused,” which has been running since 2003 and can be seen … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Waylon Bacon

Waylon Bacon is a cartoonist and filmmaker initially hailing from the Bay Area, but currently residing in Portland, Oregon. Featured in this post are the funniest examples of “Frownland” – a webcomic he drew from 2015 – 2021, which took a humorous look some of life’s lesser moments, be it customer service, balding, or self … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Dave Coverly

Dave Coverly, a native of Plainwell, Michigan, is the creator of the cartoon panel “Speed Bump”, which runs internationally in hundreds of newspapers and sites. His work was named “Best in Newspaper Panels” by the National Cartoonists Society in 1995, 2003, 2014 and 2022. He lives with his wife, Chris, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and … Read more

The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Bill Whitehead

Bill’s career in cartooning started in the fifth grade, when he would copy drawings from comic strips, the New Yorker magazine and editorial cartoons. After a while he developed his own style, focusing primarily on the drawing. He soon realized his characters would need something to do and say, so he gave them their own … Read more