78 Literary Pun Cartoons

Love books but don't have the time to read? Why not just look at a cartoon loosely based on a book instead!

We see classic novels "abridged" by having the numerical value in their titles shortened - Infinite Jest to Finite Jest, 100 Years of Solitude to 50 Years, A Million Little Pieces to A Thousand, and A Tale of 2 Cities to A tale of 1 City
For those with less time
In this combination of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment, we see Elizabeth Bennet and Raskolnikov faces with each other - she thinking "Should I marry him?" and he "Should I kill her with my axe?"
I'm sure I have mistakenly claimed that I "read and loved" this one.
In this pun on Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat, a woman approaches a cat in a hat with an autograph book, but he tells her he isn't THE cat in the hat,  he's just A cat in a hat.
Not sure what the follow up etiquette is when you mistake someone for a celebrity.
We see some blood cells sitting on stacks of classic books reading War and Peace and Love in the Time of Cholera, respectively. They sure are well-read.
Not sure why the American Girl Doll catalogue isn’t on more lists of must-read literature
A guy reads a book called "How to Kill a Mockingbird" -- clearly a hunting book that he has confused for Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird.
Although this book is a classic for those plagued by mockingbirds that love imitating car alarms
In this pun of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities, we see two kitties.
This book would probably have less knitting and more yarn free-play.
We see 6 book covers where the title is taken literally - The Scarlet Letter, Catcher in the Rye, Ulysses, Magic Mountain, Atlas Shrugged and Grapes of Wrath.
“Don’t judge a book by its cover.” -someone who guessed that maybe some cover artists were judging books by their titles
In this play on the Dr. Seuss book "Oh, The Places You'll Go!," we see a potentially more realistic take on the places you will, indeed go: The bank, Chipotle, the therapist, and bed.
Yes, Chipotle is 25% of the places you’ll go.