Man in coffin cartoon.

men in coffin is plotting revenge
coffin cartoon for college kids

I’ve written elsewhere that I’ve been doing Morbid cartoons for a very long time. Bob Mankoff, editor of the New Yorker, spoke once and said that a great percentage of cartoons submitted there are about death. They don’t publish that many…but that doesn’t stop us from churning them out.

I can’t say that I have a grudge against any college teacher, but I think we all want to do our tutors (and elders) proud on how we turned out. In this case, of course, he didn’t turn out so well.

My latest cartoon for PsychCentral is about a woman’s secret fear on a busy street.

Here’s how to buy this or any Morbid cartoon for powerpoint, magazines, advertising, newsletters, blogs, textbooks, zombie collections, mortuary houses, funeral homes, cemeteries, etc, or you can just use the Paypal form below.

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ID # 364bb     Caption: Man in coffin says to himself: If only that old windbag, Professor Harrington, could see me now…

Donna Barstow

Cartoonist, etc, in many dozens of magazines, newspapers, websites, and books. Picky eater, great friend, curious observer, elitist artist, midnight writer, voracious reader, omnivorous chocoholic, impatient driver, and barely adequate lover.