60 This or That Pun Cartoons

Comparison may be the thief of joy, but it is also the subject of these cartoons.

In this comparison cartoon, we see a trap door next to a Von Trapp door, which is a door wearing clothes made out of curtains singing "Doe a Deer" (from the movie The Sound of Music.)
Beware of doors wearing repurposed curtains!
In this pun on the phrase "Muad'Dib" (which arguably means messiah in Frank Herbert's Dune), we see Paul Atreides, the muad'dib, next to a cow, who is the Moo- a-dib.
Obviously his mother would be names Lady Bessy-ca
In this comparison cartoon, we see 5 stages of words that use R, B, and T. 1: Robot. 2: Robot Rowboat (a bot in a boat) 3. the above Reboot (a DVD called Boating Bytes 2) 4.the above Rebate (cash back!) 5. the above Rabbit (a bunny bought with rebate cash
In this comparison cartoon, we see a cactus, a cattus (a cactus standing like a cactus), and a quacktus (a duck standing with its arms in the shape of a cactus).
I think if there were AI built to predict my subject matter that spurted out “sort of close but slightly off” cartoon ideas, this would be its greatest hit.
In this comparison cartoon, we see the Zombie Apocalypse (zombies chasing after a human, presumably for the brains) next to the Zombie Acropolis (zombies in ancient Greek garb at the Athens market)
Trying to learn lessons from the past to better prepare for the future
In this comparison cartoon, we see a cowhide rug (a rug made of cow skin) next to "rug hide cow", which is a cow sneakily holding up an oriental rug and hiding behind it.
Has social distancing made me stoop to this level of cartoon, or is this just who I am? (I know, I know, it’s the second one.)
In this comparison cartoon, we see roast beef next to a beef roast (one bull doing a comedy roast of another cow, saying, "Cupcake, you may actually be a holstein, but I think you're more of an A-hole-stein!")
Feeling very high-brow over here. (PS: sorry this is #nsfwfh -not suitable for work from home?)
In this pun on rows and columns, we see robots (robots in rows) vs. columnbots (robots in columns).
Automaton taxonomy
In this comparison cartoon, we see a dog collar next to a dog caller (a dog on the phone).
Dog terminology, explained
In this comparison cartoon, we see delicious Italian food treat, garlic knots, next to two adorable garlic astronauts (astronauts whose heads are garlic bulbs, ready to spread flavor to the outer reaches of the universe).
Both are out of this world!