Today I’d like to examine Werewolf Cartoons In The New Yorker.
As of this writing, I have not located any New Yorker Cartoons that tackle lycanthropy.
So for all you cartoonists out there, here are some suggestions for mildly amusing, single-panel New Yorker cartoons:
Werewolf in Therapy
Werewolf at Job Interview
Werewolf in book club
Werewolf in small cafe reading a book whose title references a recent trend in publishing
Werewolf at cocktail party
Married couple comments wryly on Werewolf running for elected office
Opera patrons look through their lorgnettes at a werewolf coming in from the rain and shaking
A werewolf with a bloody human leg on the counter at a wine tasting:
“Definitely the pinot with banker.”
Werewolf husband wearing reading glasses, in bed with his wife, hardcover books propped in front of him:
“Now he’s ravening his own work.”
Werewolves at a gallery discussing a painting:
“My pup can do that.”
An astronaut descends a walkway from the space shuttle as a werewolf ascends
Werewolves at a protest holding placards about fur
A human and a werewolf on a date at a restaurant
A werewolf interviews a terrified human in front of a werewolf audience
Werewolves on the trading floor surrounded by corpses:
“I know! Once you smell blood…”
Werewolf at NASCAR
“Honestly, I don’t see the point. The cars go around and around and around and nobody chases them.”
* Thanks to M. Sweeney Lawless for half these gags.
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