Humor / Daily Shouts Category
Kelsey Wroten illustrates a humorous shift at work, from her book “Cannonball,” to be published by Uncivilized Books.
Nehemiah Markos and Jed Feiman imagine a humorous shopping list for New York’s Hudson Yards.
Sarah Ransohoff and Johnny DiNapoli provide humorous bits of wisdom and advice from owls.
A transcript of a humorous Facebook Messenger conversation between Ed Solomon and a scammer who had hacked his friend’s account.
Jason Adam Katzenstein and Julia Rothman with a humorous illustrated list of touristy things this person does after fives years of living in New York, like riding the subway the wrong way.
Irving Ruan and Sarah Kempa humorously illustrate the motivations behind hair-style changes.
Carrie Kemper imagines humorous wedding vows that the Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes will deliver at her wedding to the hotel heir William Evans.
John Klossner writes and illustrates a satirical comic about the obscure conspiracy theories behind more established conspiracy theories.
Jason Adam Katzenstein and Colin Stokes compose a humorous set of advice from Paul Ryan to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez .
Joy San humorously illustrates the frustrations and anxiety of navigating in the car using a G.P.S. system.
James Folta writes a satirical introduction to a newsletter that the recipient did not sign up for.
Glynnis Fawkes humorously illustrates parenting books for mothers during the French Revolution, the Blitz, Puritan times, and others.
Julie Sharbutt humorously imagines a sales pitch for a vacation inside of an oversized sweatshirt.
Andy Babbitz humorously illustrates clusters of the most frequently uttered words of various types of people, including mimes, Starbucks baristas, and people watching fireworks.
Emily Flake humorously imagines a Florida man’s daily life, which differs considerably from the “Florida man” depicted in outrageous news stories.
Dan Abromowitz and Eugenia Viti write a humorous list of things included in an expensive ticket to an empowerment seminar.
Ginny Hogan humorously lists April Fools’ Day pranks that Trump might like, such as spending our nation’s Social Security funds on three billion water balloons, taping a sign that says “Nuke me” onto Kim Jong Un’s back, and more.
Adam Rotstein writes a humorous speech from a therapist who finally joins Twitter and begins following her client.
Jetti Allen illustrates a humorous list of items that Silicon Valley entrepreneurs can use to scam people.
Paul Rudnick‘s friend Libby Gelman-Waxner writes a humorous take on the female superhero in the movies “Captain Marvel” and “Alita: Battle Angel.”
Sophie Yanow illustrates a humorous diary-account of life experienced without a smartphone.
A. J. DiCosimo writes a humorous explainer about the beautiful sport of baseball.
Dana Maier humorously illustrates secrets of the five “Queer Eye” guys, including Tan France’s clothing chair and Antoni Porowski’s private eating habits.
Ginny Hogan humorously imagines the opening of the first legal Russian-collusion dispensaries, which will make Russian collusion available not just to Donald Trump but to the masses.
Tom Chitty illustrates a humorous series of fake campaign posters, from the candidates Spike Lee, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and others.