The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Sarah Morrissette

Sarah Morrissette is an illustrator from California, based in Vienna. Her cartoons have appeared in Air Mail, Weekly Humorist, Woman’s World and others. She also has weekly cartoons in the Anderson Valley Advertiser, a northern California newspaper. Prints of her cartoons can be found on CartoonStock. Feel free to get in touch with Sarah if you’re interested in originals. Meanwhile scroll down to check out our favorites!

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

Cartoon by Sarah Morrissette.

If you enjoyed these cartoons and like the single-panel comics style, check out similar artists in our archive for more!

18 thoughts on “The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Sarah Morrissette”

  1. Now I will never be able to enjoy comics again. Others will be compared to these and will be found inferior.
    Especially the crucifixion one.

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  2. Someday I hope that one of these people who has the ability to draw these comics will partner with someone who’s actually funny

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  3. Love the one about the whale song – who knows what whales are talking about? Your relaxation music might be whales having an argument. Or telling a dirty joke!

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  4. Why, shrewd, brilliantly observed. And what a range of interests! Whole lives, or lifestyles, summed up in one image. All topical. The conflict on display is sometimes between the perspectives of different people, at other times between the individual and the ‘world’, usually represented by an institution. The cartoons are neither sentimental nor vindictive: just quiet insights of a ‘bystander’, but how very accurate!

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  5. Some days you just aren’t meant to come up with something funny. It’s ok. Take the day off. Mow the lawn. Get back to it tomorrow.

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  6. Don’t really take the negative comments to heart. Each comic speaks to the one who needs it. The person who shoots them down, probably still lives in his mother’s basement!

  7. it would be interesting if the naysayers provided examples of what they do think is funny.

    i liked them, hope to see more.

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