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Funny Times July 2020 Issue

Cartoons about Reopening . Recovery . Insects . Driving . Groceries . Nature Walks . Dogs . Time . Social Media . Death . Reflection and more!

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With cartoons by Lynda Barry, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Matt Bors, Robert Brunelle, Martin Bucella, Patrick Chappatte, Todd Condron, Dave Coverly, Martha Gradisher, Jeff Hobbs, John Jonik, Keith Knight, L.J. Kopf, Mary Lawton, Sehvilla Mann, Scott Masear, Chris Monroe, P.S. Mueller, Mark Parisi, Joel Pett, Rina Piccolo, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Graham Sale, Maria Scrivan, Anne Skove, Barbara Smaller, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, Brad Veley, Phil Witte, Matt Wuerker, Adam Zyglis . . .  and lots more!

The New Normal
By Raymond Lesser

The Borowitz Report
By Andy Borowitz

Doorknob-Licking Is Legal Again (In Many States)
By Chris Hume

Post-Traumatic Surprise
By Lenore Skenazy

My Foxhole
By Amy Schuster

The Real Scoop On Raisin Bran
By Jim Nolan

Supermarket Survivor
By Hillary Ring

Pet Detective
By Peter McKay

A Matter Of Time
By Tim Jones

Like, Enough With The Liking Already
By Laura Boggs

The Zen Of Customer Service
By David Martin

Sympathy Flowers For Unpleasant People
By Roz Warren

Future Tense
By A.G.Sloan


Cartoons about Insects
Curmudgeon on Chocolate
Cartoons about Nature Walks
Dave Maleckar’s 100 Word Rant
News Of The Weird
Harper’s Index
News & Political Cartoons


7 thoughts on “Funny Times July 2020 Issue”

  1. Long time subscriber and continue to have the same problem every month. Within a couple of days of receiving each issue (sometimes only one day) I find myself having to continually re-read the whole damn thing while anxiously waiting for the next issue. Received the June issue today, and expect to be in that same situation by tomorrow evening. Thanks Funny Times.

    • Hi Robert: Funny Times does not have an online version. We’re a print publication in the truest sense of the word!

  2. Does your submission requirement for a SASE automatically bar people from sending stories from Canada? Could I just send a self addresses envelope with no stamp?

    • Hello, Lesley – thank you for your interest in submitting your work. No, the SASE it does not exclude you from submitting from Canada, but it does mean you won’t get a formal rejection. However, you will hear from us if it knocks our socks off. So go for it!

  3. Do you still have the Tacosaurus and the WTF (Element of surprise) T-shirts available? They don’t seem to be on the shopping page, so I’m not too hopeful… 🙁


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