The Funniest Cartoons by Tyson Cole

Tyson Cole is a brilliant cartoonist from Utah, USA. He has been creating comics since 2011 and have been featured in various publications such as Reader’s Digest, The Wall Street Journal, and The Saturday Evening Post. In his own words, “To me, single-panel cartoons have always seemed like perfect little nuggets of humor and art – like a meme, but with more artistry.” Scroll down to see some of his best cartoons!

Cartoon by Tyson Cole.

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The Funniest Cartoons by Jeremy Nguyen

Have you heard of Jeremy Nguyen? He’s The New Yorker cartoonist, illustrator, and writer from Brooklyn, New York. His cartoons have regularly been published in various major magazines. Jeremy also teaches classes and have spoken to colleges and universities all over the country about cartooning. His latest book Can I Pet Your Dog? is currently available on Amazon. Featured below are some of our favorites.

Funny cartoon by Jeremy Nguyen.

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The Funniest Cat & Dog Cartoons by Scott Metzger

Scott Metzger is a cartoonist from US who has been cartooning since 1996. His main themes are funny situations cats and dogs find themselves in while acting like (and interacting with) humans, so his single-panel comics are very relatable to pet owners. He has also published few books which you can order online: Being Awesome Is Exhausting for cat owners and Squirrel! Bacon! Ball! for dog owners. Scroll down to see the funniest examples!

Funny cartoon by Scott Metzger.

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Hey Greg, Wanna Play Hooman?

Greg ans Steve here pretty much nailed the human condition. All you have to look forward in your life is driving to work just to afford gas for driving to work the next day. And some depressions also. Keep following our page for more uplifting stuff!

Hey Greg, wanna play Hooman? Sure, Steve. I have to drive to work only to afford gas to drive to work again tomorrow, lol. I have so much depressions.

Welcome To The Assumption Club

Welcome to the Assumption Club, where everyone boldly jump to conclusions and leap to ludicrous presumptions faster than you can say, “Wait, what the hell just happened?”

So, I think we all know why we're here...