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All types from anywhere. Some would not be considered PC today. and some are very adult. Captions are, to my knowledge, the cartoonist and not mine. 10+ to get their own section.

Randy Marcy
Charles Adams
Marge Buell
Dan DeCarlo
Dink Siegel
SMILBY (Francis Wilford Smith)
Erich Sokol
Gahan Wilson
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Charles Adams

CHARLES ADDAMS - Z Line Subway (Uncle Fester) - Oct 1, 1979 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Z Line Subway (Uncle Fester) - Oct 1, 1979 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Looks like R. & D. is onto something big - March 24, 1973 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Looks like R. & D. is onto something big - March 24, 1973 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - I've been troubled lately by an eerie, recurring dream. I seem to be seated in a darkened room staring in helpless fascination at some sort of box, or cabinet, in the center of which is a phosphorescent likeness of the human alimentary tract, rendered in graphic detail, while a disembodied voice urges me to buy a potion for acid indigestion. - Sept 14, 1963 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - I've been troubled lately by an eerie, recurring dream. I seem to be seated in a darkened room staring in helpless fascination at some sort of box, or cabinet, in the center of which is a phosphorescent likeness of the human alimentary tract, rendered in graphic detail, while a disembodied voice urges me to buy a potion for acid indigestion. - Sept 14, 1963 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Movie Scream - Jan 18, 1947 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Movie Scream - Jan 18, 1947 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - O'Hara, have you met Mr. Rappaport from our Dead Letter Office? - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - O'Hara, have you met Mr. Rappaport from our Dead Letter Office? - item by swanngalleries

Marge Buell

MARGE BUELL - Little Lulu - 5-27-44 Saturday Evening Post - item by swanngalleries

MARGE BUELL - Little Lulu - 5-27-44 Saturday Evening Post - item by swanngalleries

MARGE BUELL - 6 Feet - Little Lulu - 4-25-36 Saturday Evening Post - item by swanngalleries

MARGE BUELL - 6 Feet - Little Lulu - 4-25-36 Saturday Evening Post - item by swanngalleries

Dan DeCarlo

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Dink Siegel

DINK SIEGEL - This perfume is so powerful we are not allowed to sell it without the pill. - March 1972 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

DINK SIEGEL - This perfume is so powerful we are not allowed to sell it without the pill. - March 1972 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

DINK SIEGEL - Don't wait supper for me, Dear -- I just ran into one of my old college roommates. - Nov 1970 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

DINK SIEGEL - Don't wait supper for me, Dear -- I just ran into one of my old college roommates. - Nov 1970 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

DINK SIEGEL - In these small towns everybody knows everybody else's business! - Sept 1964 Playboy - item by swanngallereis

DINK SIEGEL - In these small towns everybody knows everybody else's business! - Sept 1964 Playboy - item by swanngallereis

SMILBY (Francis Wilford Smith)

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Erich Sokol

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Gahan Wilson

GAHAN WILSON - You rang, sir? - Jan 1967 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

GAHAN WILSON - You rang, sir? - Jan 1967 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

GAHAN WILSON - But then I think about how rich you are and then everything's alright again. - Playboy - item by catalogue.swanngalleries

GAHAN WILSON - But then I think about how rich you are and then everything's alright again. - Playboy - item by catalogue.swanngalleries

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PETER ARNO - Young man! You put that celery in a bag, where it belongs! - The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

PETER ARNO - Young man! You put that celery in a bag, where it belongs! - The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Z Line Subway (Uncle Fester) - Oct 1, 1979 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Z Line Subway (Uncle Fester) - Oct 1, 1979 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Looks like R. & D. is onto something big - March 24, 1973 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Looks like R. & D. is onto something big - March 24, 1973 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - I've been troubled lately by an eerie, recurring dream. I seem to be seated in a darkened room staring in helpless fascination at some sort of box, or cabinet, in the center of which is a phosphorescent likeness of the human alimentary tract, rendered in graphic detail, while a disembodied voice urges me to buy a potion for acid indigestion. - Sept 14, 1963 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - I've been troubled lately by an eerie, recurring dream. I seem to be seated in a darkened room staring in helpless fascination at some sort of box, or cabinet, in the center of which is a phosphorescent likeness of the human alimentary tract, rendered in graphic detail, while a disembodied voice urges me to buy a potion for acid indigestion. - Sept 14, 1963 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

BARNEY TOBEY - Our television set wasn't good enough, no, you had to have the real thing - Oct 16, 1948 Collier's - item by swanngalleries

BARNEY TOBEY - Our television set wasn't good enough, no, you had to have the real thing - Oct 16, 1948 Collier's - item by swanngalleries

BARNEY TOBEY - Excuse me, am I your waiter? - April 1, 1950 Collier's - item by swanngalleries

BARNEY TOBEY - Excuse me, am I your waiter? - April 1, 1950 Collier's - item by swanngalleries

DR. SEUSS (THEODORE SEUSS GEISEL) - A Gentle Sport, Forsooth. - April 14, 1929 Judge Magazine - item by swanngalleries

DR. SEUSS (THEODORE SEUSS GEISEL) - A Gentle Sport, Forsooth. - April 14, 1929 Judge Magazine - item by swanngalleries

MARGE BUELL - Little Lulu - 5-27-44 Saturday Evening Post - item by swanngalleries

MARGE BUELL - Little Lulu - 5-27-44 Saturday Evening Post - item by swanngalleries

MARGE BUELL - 6 Feet - Little Lulu - 4-25-36 Saturday Evening Post - item by swanngalleries

MARGE BUELL - 6 Feet - Little Lulu - 4-25-36 Saturday Evening Post - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Movie Scream - Jan 18, 1947 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - Movie Scream - Jan 18, 1947 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

DINK SIEGEL - This perfume is so powerful we are not allowed to sell it without the pill. - March 1972 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

DINK SIEGEL - This perfume is so powerful we are not allowed to sell it without the pill. - March 1972 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

DINK SIEGEL - Don't wait supper for me, Dear -- I just ran into one of my old college roommates. - Nov 1970 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

DINK SIEGEL - Don't wait supper for me, Dear -- I just ran into one of my old college roommates. - Nov 1970 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

DINK SIEGEL - In these small towns everybody knows everybody else's business! - Sept 1964 Playboy - item by swanngallereis

DINK SIEGEL - In these small towns everybody knows everybody else's business! - Sept 1964 Playboy - item by swanngallereis

TOM TORO - Fighting supervillains is a cinch. Fighting misogyny is the real challenge. - July 9, 2015 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

TOM TORO - Fighting supervillains is a cinch. Fighting misogyny is the real challenge. - July 9, 2015 The New Yorker - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - O'Hara, have you met Mr. Rappaport from our Dead Letter Office? - item by swanngalleries

CHARLES ADDAMS - O'Hara, have you met Mr. Rappaport from our Dead Letter Office? - item by swanngalleries

GAHAN WILSON - You rang, sir? - Jan 1967 Playboy - item by swanngalleries

GAHAN WILSON - You rang, sir? - Jan 1967 Playboy - item by swanngalleries