I am thrilled to share with you some exciting news about the latest cartoon from the Cartertoons. The cartoon, “Thanks for Going Paperless,” has been published in the iconic Saturday Evening Post and is featured in their March-April 2023 issue. If you’re a fan of hilarious and thought-provoking cartoons, you won’t want to miss this one! But that’s not all- The Saturday Evening Post has a plethora of other exciting content available on their site, ranging from fascinating articles to even more incredible cartoons! Make sure to check them out and you never know, you might discover something new and interesting that will capture your attention. Don’t wait any longer, head over to their site today and start exploring!
Diagnostic Imaging – July Cartoon 1
This month’s first cartoon posted on Diagnostic Imaging, one of my regular clients and top news resource for radiology professionals worldwide.
March 2021 Funny Times Cartoon
One of my recent cartoons, The Cannonball Kid, appears in this month’s issue of Funny Times. Check it out, it’s a great publication. How could it not be, it’s full of great cartoons!
Neurology Times – April Cartoon
Greetings all! My latest cartoon for Neurology Times has recently posted and you can see it here. Be sure to keep checking this space for other publication news in the world of Cartertoons:)
August 2021 Saturday Evening Post
My latest cartoon published in the iconic Saturday Evening post came out recently for their July-August issue. Check out their site for other cartoons, articles and other cool stuff!
Philosophy Now – Feb/Mar Cartoon
The new issue of Philosophy Now is currently out, which features my ‘You Are Infinitely Here‘ cartoon. PN is a great magazine, and I frequently read it cover to cover. Head over and check it out 🙂
Physician’s Practice – September Cartoon
This month’s online cartoon just posted to the Physician’s Practice site. I stick it to the insurance companies again (aside from Nazis, what better bad guys are there?) in this cartoon, with their horrible, god-forsaken, torturous phone trees. If you have a spare minute, click over to the PP site to see the full rez…