The Funniest Four-Panel Comics by Work Chronicles

Ah, the corporate world – the place where dream go to die. A thrilling jungle where suits roam free, jargon is the native tongue, and the coffee is as cold as your boss’s heart. A horrible place where every day is a fresh new nightmare, and yet somehow, millions of us keep coming back for more. All that is perfectly captured in @WorkChronicles Instagram account. Scroll down to see some of the best examples!

Comic by Work Chronicles.

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The Funniest Classical Art Memes by Varkey

Digital content creator Varkey makes funny art mashups and collages which connect classical artworks and modern life. He started classical art memes journey during the Covid-19 lockdowns and has found success on Instagram where he shares his works. He has accumulated thousands of followers from around the world. Scroll down to see some of our favorites!

Classical art meme.

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The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Dave Coverly (Part 2)

Dave Coverly is the creator of the cartoon panel “Speed Bump”, which runs internationally in hundreds of newspapers and websites. If you like this selection of some of his best cartoons and wish to see more, check out Part 1 and get his book Speed Bump: A 25th Anniversary Collection on Amazon! It’s a brilliant compilation of 25 years of ideas, 25 years of drawings, and 25 years of coffee. Man, that’s a lot of coffee…

Cartoon by Dave Coverly.

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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 loathing. Warning: some of these cartoons are a bit dark. Scroll down on your own risk!

Cartoon by Waylon Bacon.

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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 has two adult daughters, Alayna and Simone. If you like this selection of some of his best cartoons and wish to see more, check out his book Speed Bump: A 25th Anniversary Collection on Amazon! It’s a brilliant compilation of 25 years of ideas, 25 years of drawings, and 25 years of coffee. Man, that’s a lot of coffee.

Cartoon by Dave Coverly.

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The Funniest Four-Panel Comics by Chris Hallbeck (Part 2)

Chris Hallbeck describes himself as a roughly human shaped collection of anxieties held together by caffeine and curiosity. He’s been publishing comics on the internet since 2006 and is an author of several books that you can find on Amazon. He lives in Michigan with his wife, two children, and a small worm in the back of his skull that whispers comic ideas to him. Scroll down to see some of his funniest four-panel comics and check out Part 1 for even more!

Comic by Chris Hallbeck.

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The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Bill Whitehead (Part 2)

Bill’s journey into cartooning began in the 5th grade when he started replicating cartoons from The New Yorker. Eventually, he developed his own unique style, focusing heavily on the art itself. However, he quickly realized his characters needed something to do and say, so he created a quirky world for them to inhabit. According to Bill Whitehead, great cartoonists entertain others by entertaining themselves first – which is exactly how his cartoons come to be. Keep scrolling to see some of our top picks and don’t forget to check out Part 1 for more!

Cartoon by Bill Whitehead.

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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 odd little world to live in. According to Bill Whitehead, great cartoonists entertain others by entertaining themselves first – which is exactly how his cartoons come to be. Scroll down to check out some of our favorites!

Cartoon by Bill Whitehead.

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The Funniest Four-Panel Comics by Chris Hallbeck

Chris Hallbeck is a roughly human shaped collection of anxieties held together by caffeine and curiosity. He’s been publishing comics on the internet since 2006 with his single-panel comic The Book of Biff, followed by his multi-panel strip Maximumble – all his books can be found on Amazon. He was the co-writer and artist for Unshelved at the end of it’s run which led to co-creating the similarly themed Library Comic. With the addition of his voice and animation, his comics have found an audience of millions of followers across TikTok, YouTube, and Instagram. He lives in Michigan with his wife, two children, and a small worm in the back of his skull that whispers comic ideas to him. Scroll down to see some of his funniest four-panel comics!

Comic by Chris Hallbeck.

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