Challenges us through an unlikely friendship between a millionaire and a homeless man.
Explores social issues, politics and current events in a brutally frank but upbeat way. Honest.
The tale of a military family's escapades, told from the military brat's point of view.
Oddly intelligent, weirdly entertaining and impulsively funny, this strip views the world from a different angle so you don’t hurt your neck trying to do it for yourself.
Give your day one delicious moment. A moment to enjoy. A bon mot, if you will. And it's perfectly fine if you prefer to enjoy it sans pantalon.
The laugh-out-loud side of family and relationships.
Explores the power of knowledge, the value of honesty and the impact of a bad hair day on one's self-perception.
For people who are too lazy – *cough* busy – to read a whole comic strip.
The story of a dotcommer who loses everything and winds up working as the manager of “House of Java” cafe.

Submit a Comic

To submit your editorial cartoons or comic strip/panel for consideration, please provide at least 24 cartoons in one multi-page PDF document, with at least two dailies on each page.

Email your submission to cartoonsubmission@washpost.com