All Cartoons

Pandora, of Greek mythology, reveals a great evil - the odor of smelly socks!
Sometimes, the greatest evils are olfactory.
Three animals with horns-- a unicorn, a Texas longhorn cow, and a rhino-- play the horns (an assortment of brass instruments).
Shockingly, I am not a zoologist.
A witch with a PhD in classical studies talks to a friend.
I told the witch doctor I was in love with you, and she said "Amo Amas Amat Amamus Amatis Amant."
Two clouds type on their computers in this pun on cloud computing.
This is the totality of everything I know about technology.
In this pun on rock opera, two opera stars since arias about rocks. They sing, "Igneous, Metamorphic, Sedimentary! Mineral aggregates are often complimentary!"
The most (geo)logical art form
A magician pauses with a saw in his hand. He is about to saw in half his assistant, who is a cow. But we must remember - don't halve a cow!
From my forthcoming book "Sensible Advice for Magicians"
Two yetis share polite conversation, as is appropriate for abominable snowmen.
Contrary to popular belief, their manners aren't abominable.
In this pun on a fried chicken drumstick, a chicken plays drums in a rock and roll band, called Bok n Roll.
I love bok n roll! #asininechickenpuns
In this pun on George Orwell's dystopian novel Animal Farm, we see several animals line up at a pharmacy while the cat pharmacist tells them, "I'm sorry, your insurance doesn't cover that."
A frightening dystopian tale
In this pun on Sophocles' Oedipus Rex, one t-rex says holds a bouquet of flowers and says to his dinosaur mother, "I love you, mom!" This can't end well.
Who says love is dead?