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These are just a few of my book & literature related cartoons. To see more go to mchumor.com's book & literature 'toons. If you see something there that you’d like printed on CafePress merchandise, email me at mchumor@pioneer.net, and I'll post a page for you ASAP. No matter what, I hope you get a few laughs while you're in my store. T- McCracken, humble cartoonist

Shakespeare’s Monkey

Shakespeare’s Monkey
A chimpanzee with a typewriter saying to Shakespeare, "Hey, Bard, I'm the one who wrote all those plays you've been taking credit for, monkey #158,634,765,234,897,555, 345,876,999, ..."

Gutenberg’s Desktop Publishing

Gutenberg’s Desktop Publishing
"Why Gutenberg never got into desktop publishing." A huge old-fashioned printing press has crushed a desk it was sitting on top of.

Charlotte’s Barcode

Charlotte’s Barcode
“Charlotte’s Barcode.” A spider spins a web in the shape of a barcode.

e. e. cummings explained

e. e. cummings explained
“e. e. cummings explained.” A man at McWit's Typewriter Repair Shop is told, "It's all fixed, sir, all that is except the shift key."

Sartre at the Movies

Sartre at the Movies
"Sartre at the Movies." A theater where all doors have "No Exit" signs above them.

The Book Was Better

The Book Was Better
A goat eating a videotape saying, "The book was better."

Dorian Gray’s Computer Graphics

Dorian Gray’s Computer Graphics
“Dorian Gray’s Computer Graphics.” A computer in an attic has a really ugly portrait drawn on it.

Pandora’s Fax

Pandora’s Fax
"Pandora’s Fax." An ancient Greek woman's fax machine spews forth all sorts of demons.

A Book Review of the Phone Book

A Book Review of the Phone Book
"A Book Review of the Phone Book: A hefty paperback with too many characters and not enough plot development. Next week, we'll review a more complex work--your phone bill."

The Mnemonic Plague

The Mnemonic Plague
"The Mnemonic Plague." Confused looking people are reciting incorrect phrases: "A before q, except after y?" “Columbus sailed the ocean red in 1998?” "42 days hath February?”

Writing Dummy Books for Dummies

Writing Dummy Books for Dummies
A crash test dummy reading a book, "Writing Dummy Books for Dummies."


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