Cartoon Three Oh Eight
A woman on her psychiatrist’s couch. She says: “I’m scared everyone will find out I’m only pretending to have Impostor Syndrome.”
This is one of the more New Yorker-y cartoons I’ve written in a while.
All comic books used to have one page text stories like the below:
This was weird because who buys comic books for words? The answer lies in the postal codes. For a long time the comic book publishers got a significant price break when mailing comics as long as they weren’t all pictures; I don’t know the rationale, that’s just the way it was. So pretty much all comic books had filler stories like this. I kind of like them — they’re short and satisfying — but I’m weird. The filler stories in Little Lulu, “Lulu’s Diry,” are actually great.
Fill my page with your dumb drawings, you dummies.