Christmas Cartoons – Snowman Comics

Every year I create a nice big batch of holiday themed cartoons. I know there are other holidays other than Christmas of course, but Christmas is the one I know best, so I stick mostly to that.

I do, however, try to make sure that I include a number of winter-themed cartoons that, hopefully, will appeal to almost anyone, regardless of what they do or do not celebrate. So I do snowman cartoons, and here are a few of my favorites:

Snowmen’s coals and carrots offer a lot of cartoon possibilities. You can add additional items, substitute others, reposition them, or, in the case of this cartoon, remove them.

You’d have thought the snowman husband might have noticed the missing mouth, but then again I don’t think I’ve been able to discern my wife’s haircuts the entire time we’ve been married.

Shortly before I turned 40, I was prescribed and bought my first pair of bifocals. Nothing says “hey, guess what, you, you’re getting old! Haha! Didn’t see that coming? Did you? Know why? Because you need bifocals!!” like getting bifocals.

I’m not sure I’ve ever gotten the tilting/looking technique down. If I have I don’t know it, but I always thought it would be easier if you could just pop in an additional set of eyes, so we get this snowman cartoon.

Lucky snowman.

Remember what I was saying for the first cartoon about changing around the coals and carrot? This is another take on that idea.

Listen, carrots are great. I appreciate the help with the eyesight, and they’re nice in a salad, but let’s face it, it’s been done to death.

I applaud this snowman for taking a chance. Celery indeed! Perhaps a radish! Dare I suggest a bunch of cilantro? Regardless, you go, snowman!!

Again with the bad coal eyesight. Now that I look at these, maybe it’s time to branch out into, well branches.

Surely there are some snowman arm jokes to be mined. Big thick branches for a snowman bodybuilder? It’s something to think about.

OK, well that’s going to do it for now. Feel free to browse all of my snowman cartoons, and be sure to stock up on coal and carrots!!

Happy holidays!