The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Bill Whitehead

Bill’s career in cartooning started in the fifth grade, when he would copy drawings from comic strips, the New Yorker magazine and editorial cartoons. After a while he developed his own style, focusing primarily on the drawing. He soon realized his characters would need something to do and say, so he gave them their own odd little world to live in. According to Bill Whitehead, great cartoonists entertain others by entertaining themselves first – which is exactly how his cartoons come to be. Scroll down to check out some of our favorites!

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