List of Cartoonists

Notable cartoonists include:

  • Charles Addams, macabre cartoons featured in The New Yorker and elsewhere
  • Attila Adorjany
  • Ziraldo Alves Pinto; Brazilian cartoonist
  • Sergio Aragonés, known for his contributions to Mad
  • Natalie d'Arbeloff
  • Rodolfo Arotxarena
  • Jim Bamber, cartoonist of Autosport, magazine specialising in motor sports
  • Edgar Henry Banger
  • Carl Barks, inventor of Duckburg and many of its characters like Scrooge McDuck and Gladstone Gander, Writer-artist Will Eisner called him "the Hans Christian Andersen of comic books."
  • Sumanta Baruah
  • Niko Barun
  • Darrin Bell, Candorville and Rudy Park
  • Oscar Berger, Aesop's Foibles (1947); active 1920s - 1960s
  • Mark Beyer, Amy and Jordan, Agony
  • Frédéric-Antonin Breysse
  • Ed Brubaker
  • John Bryne
  • Tom Bunk, cartoonist for Mad
  • Mark Burrier
  • Al Capp, Li'l Abner
  • Edgar Church
  • Chester Commodore, African American political cartoonist
  • Elzie Crisler Segar, Popeye
  • Robert Crumb, Mr. Natural, Fritz the Cat, Keep on Truckin'
  • Jack Davis
  • Jim Davis, Garfield
  • Abner Dean
  • Richard Decker, The New Yorker
  • Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck
  • Robert W. Edgren, American political cartoonist famous for his "Sketches from Death" from the Spanish-American War
  • Will Eisner, The Spirit
  • Charles Evenden
  • Jules Faber
  • Lyonel Feininger, rare fine artist who did strips, The Kin-der-Kids and Wee Willie Winkie's World
  • Rod Filbrandt
  • David Fletcher
  • Virgil Franklin Partch, known as "VIP," he was a leading American gag cartoonist from the 1940s to the 1980s
  • André Franquin, Spirou et Fantasio, Gaston Lagaffe
  • André François
  • Yuliy Abramovich Ganf, Soviet Russian
  • Eddie Germano
  • Denis Gifford, strips in Whizzer and Chips, Knockout, Marvelman
  • John Glashan, Genius
  • Rube Goldberg, cartoons of complex and convoluted machines doing very simple tasks.
  • Larry Gonick, The Cartoon History of the Universe series, Kokopelli & Company
  • Jimmy Gownley, Amelia Rules! series, Simon and Schuster
  • Matt Groening, Life in Hell, The Simpsons, Futurama
  • Sam Gross, for his The New Yorker work, plus many other magazines
  • Neeraj Gupta
  • Shubham Gupta
  • Martin Handford, Where's Wally?
  • Steven Harris
  • Andrew Kennaway Henderson
  • Henfil, Brazilian cartoonist
  • Hergé, Tintin
  • George Herriman, Krazy Kat
  • Watson Heston
  • Dick Hodgins, Jr.
  • William Hogarth, English pictorial satirist and editorial cartoonist who has been credited with pioneering western sequential art. His work ranged from realistic portraiture to comic strip
  • Bill Holbrook, "On the Fastrack", "Safe Havens" and "Kevin & Kell"
  • Nicole Hollander, Sylvia
  • Geoff "Jeff" Hook, Australian
  • George William Houghton, British golf cartoonist
  • Jim Hummel
  • Edgar Pierre Jacobs, "Blake and Mortimer"
  • Al Jaffee, Mad
  • Kirk Jarvinen
  • Mike Judge, "Beavis and Butt-head", "King of the Hill", "The Goode Family"
  • Jung, Approved for Adoption
  • R K Laxman, cartoonist for The Times of India, India.
  • S. Jithesh, World's Fastest Performing Cartoonist
  • John Leech, 19th-century Punch cartoonist.
  • Arja Kajermo
  • Avi Katz
  • Walt Kelly, Pogo
  • Rik Kemp
  • Molly Kiely
  • Wyncie King
  • Jeff Kinney, Diary of a Wimpy Kid
  • Heinrich Kley
  • B. Kliban
  • John Kricfalusi, The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • Rick Law, Beyond the Veil
  • Michael Leunig, Australian
  • Arnold Levin
  • David Liljemark
  • Loriot
  • Jay Lynch
  • Seth MacFarlane, Family Guy, American Dad!, The Cleveland Show
  • Scott McCloud, Zot!, Understanding Comics
  • Aaron McGruder, The Boondocks
  • Jack Markow
  • Paul Mason
  • Ronald Michaud
  • Yevgeniy Migunov
  • Mario Miranda, The Economic Times, India
  • Shigeru Mizuki, Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro, - Master of horror of Japanese manga
  • Yu-San Moon
  • Morris, Lucky Luke
  • Rachel Nabors
  • Roy Nelson
  • Ajit Ninan, India Today and The Times of India
  • Manjul, India Today, The Economic Times and Daily News and Analysis
  • Bruce Ozella
  • Paul Palnik, American Jewish cartoonist
  • Alan Stuart Paterson, New Zealand cartoonist
  • René Pellos, French cartoonist
  • Bob Penuelas, Wilbur Kookmeyer
  • Camillus Perera
  • Bruce Petty
  • Peyo, The Smurfs, Steven Strong, Johan and Peewit
  • Shivram Dattatreya Phadnis
  • Hugo Pratt, Corto Maltese
  • Quino (Joaquín Salvador Lavado), Mafalda, social satirist often regarded as the foremost Latin-American cartoonist
  • Prriya Raj
  • Jacki Randall
  • W. Heath Robinson, British satirist famous for drawings of convoluted machines, similar to Rube Goldberg
  • Christine Roche
  • Artie Romero
  • Øystein Runde
  • Armando Salas
  • Ronald Searle, St Trinians, Molesworth, The Rake's Progress, editorial work and more
  • Sempé
  • Lee Sheppard
  • Posy Simmonds, The Silent Three of St Botolph's, Gemma Bovery
  • Siné
  • Jeff Smith, Bone, RASL, Shazam!: The Monster Society of Evil, Little Mouse Gets Ready
  • Mauricio de Sousa, Monica's Gang, Chuck Billy 'n' Folks, The Cavern Clan
  • Art Spiegelman, author of Maus, co-editor of RAW (magazine)
  • Ralph Steadman, editorial cartoonist and book illustrator
  • Ralph Stein
  • Saul Steinberg
  • Jakob Martin Strid
  • Ed Subitzky, well-known mostly for his National Lampoon work, also The New York Times, etc.
  • Joost Swarte, a Dutch comic artist known for his ligne claire or clear line style of drawing
  • Les Tanner-Political cartoonist (1927–2001)
  • Howard Tayler, pioneered web-cartooning as a profession
  • Prabhakar Thokal
  • Osamu Tezuka, Astro Boy, Phoenix - Known as the "God" of Japanese manga who defined modern Japanese cartooning
  • Lefred Thouron
  • Tom Cheney, Staff Cartoonist for The New Yorker
  • Albert Uderzo, Asterix
  • Willy Vandersteen, Spike and Suzy, De Rode Ridder
  • Arthur Watts
  • Ben Wicks, Canadian cartoonist and illustrator: The Outsider, Wicks
  • S. Clay Wilson, Zap Comix, Underground Comix
  • Rhie Won-bok
  • Joan Vizcarra
  • José Zabala-Santos

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