“Once we’re all vaccinated, will you still want to spend every waking moment together?”
“Ten! Nine! Eight! . . .”
“Bigger than Godzilla? Sir, it’s lighting its cigar with Godzilla.”
“Wait—how many gallons are in a pint?”
The New Yorker Cartoonist Amy Kurzweil will never read all three volumes and 1,928 pages of “On What Matters,” but she knows how to draw them.
Cartoons by Harry Bliss; Lila Ash; Elisabeth McNair; Ellie Black; Mike Twohy
For some 95 years, cartoons in The New Yorker magazine have captured the spirit of their times. “Sunday Morning” presents a recent sampling from cartoonists Victoria Roberts, Pia Guerra and Ian Boothby, Jeremy Nguyen, and David Sipress.