Funny Cartoons


Welcome to the Funny Cartoon section of the website.

The newest cartoonist to be promoted on my site has their work displayed at the top of the first page with the older ones following after that. However from time to time I do reorder them by bringing a more popular cartoon closer to the front, or if a cartoonist is not updating them as often it could get moved back a page or two so that the more viewed pages remain fresh.

To see more cartoons by any of these cartoonists, click on their cartoon. If you are a cartoonist and want to have your cartoon or comic strip added to website, I would love to hear from you so feel free to contact me.

Giunta Cartoons


Joe Giunta is a commercial artist and teacher who works full time for a community college in Illinois. He continues to do design work and draw cartoons. Joe's graphic design has won a couple of awards and his cartoon gags and illustrations have appeared in a number of trade publications. Also his illustrations have appeared in a number of children's workbooks. Joe says "I cartoon because I love it and I hope others will too." See more of Joe Giunta's work at Giunta Cartoons's Blog


Confusing Cartoons


Finland based cartoonist Jani Mäntynen and his Confusing Cartoons brings you daily humour to meet some realities of life. There are not so many differences between people and animals - not here or on Jupiter.

Check out more of his cartoons at Confusing Cartoons.


Cow Island


Steve Allender is a self taught cartoonist, illustrator and fine art landscape painter. He has, in the past, contributed cartoons to 'Punch' as well as writing for 'Artists and Illustrators' magazine. His paintings can be found in various galleries around England. His time is now mainly taken up with recording the daily adventures of the six cartoon cows who live in his head. This has not proved to be easy as they move around a lot and take frequent trips away from home. He has some hopes that eventually some kind person will offer to make them into an animated series for television, thus making him a wealthy man and giving the Cows the chance to live a life dominated by the consumption of cake.

Check out more of Steve's cow cartoons on his Cow Island blog.

  • All good things...

    'I have a feeling that eventually the spring will just give out,' mooed Norma.

    'In ten years or so,' replied Captain Bill.

    'Well, you know Annie,' said Norma. 'She'll get bored with it in a month or so.'

    'And Camille is actually proposing to run a prison?'

    'It's going to be a sort of prison, school, vineyard combo,' replied Norma.

    'So what next?'

    'Going home time, I guess? And I'm afraid we have to take a break.'

    'I thought we might.'

    'I suspect The Great Pencil in the Sky needs to go off and earn some money.'

    'And how does he propose to do that?'

    'I'm not sure really.......through intelligence, wit and artistic ability?'

    Captain Bill stopped and looked at Norma.

    'He's doomed!'

    'Possibly,' agreed Norma.

    And they all walked on for a while.

    'Soooooooooo,' asked Captain Bill, 'what happened to Bertha?'

    'Norman fell on her,' mooed Norma.

    And Captain Bill laughed until he felt quite, quite ill.

    (Dear Readers, Thank you! If you've read one or a hundred and one, thank you. It doesn't work without you. Now I need to stop for a while. The Cows will be back, I suspect they will always be back, but it will be a time. Until then, take care and possibly next time around I'll try to write a proper plot....not promising though!)


Lost Gulch


Tom Latimer is a 78 year old former elementary school teacher and a perennial wanna-be cartoonist. Tom says a comic strip idea, complete with setting and cast of characters, came to him unbidden 56 years ago. Since then he has shared it with others with some publishing success. He even had an opportunity to have an audience with Charles Schulz, creator of "Peanuts" who said he actually liked Tom's work!

Check out more of his work on his Lost Gulch blog.

  • Kablamos is a man of equal parts. He is one half warrior and one half fool.


Sepia Pidgeon


Sepia Pidgeon is a different kind of daily web comic. Each page is painted using Chinese ink painting brushes. The humor is equally odd... every page shows several pigeons talking... but they're never really talking to each other. So let's just say that it's funny peculiar and we'll leave it at that.

The creator, Clay Ward, was trained as a sculptor. So perhaps the process of layering ink and ideas on the comics are a bit like sculpture.

Visit Clay's site to see more more of Sepia Pidgeon.

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Thoughts Of Genius Cartoon


Thoughts Of Genius Cartoon

Andreas Kinell is a self-employed computer scientist. He doesn't remember exactly when, but at some point he just decided to draw a cartoon every time one of those thoughts of genius hit him. Hence the name 'Thoughts Of Genius'. His cartoons are organized in series of about 20 single images per theme. Once a series is complete, a new one will be started.

Check out his Thoughts Of Genius website to see each series of cartoons like Extinct Animals, Bad Business Ideas or Science Unleashed.

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