Enter to win our editorial Cartoon Caption Contest!
Have good cartoon ideas but can’t draw a lick? Come up with your best caption and enter to win the Humor Times’ Cartoon Caption Contest!
Study the cartoon, then write your idea for filling in the caption or talking bubble in the form below. (More info below the contest entry form.) Good luck!
Enter your caption idea and your contact info in the form below. You may use an initial for your last name if you wish. Be sure to enter a working email address so we can contact you if you win. (We'll never share your information with anyone):
Prizes: There will be multiple winners for each contest. (Prizes vary, often featuring humor or cartoon books, and a free one-year subscription to the downloadable PDF edition of the Humor Times monthly magazine.)
We’ll notify winners by email, as well as post the winning entries on the WINNERS PAGE (shorten your last name to a single initial if you’d rather not reveal it).
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See the Official Rules here.
See previous contest Winning Entries here.
The Humor Times is a monthly publication available by subscription in print or digital form. It’s a great way to review the news with humor, an antidote to the caustic politics of our day. It always makes for a great gift, for friends, relatives and co-workers. Students love it too, and it’s a great way to get young folks interested in politics — teachers even use it in classrooms!
To see our collections of professional cartoonists, visit our Political Cartoons sampler, our political Cartoon Galleries, non-political Panel Cartoons and our International Political Cartoons sampler. If you like to draw, you may want to submit a cartoon to our User-Created Amateur Cartoons page. Enjoy, and please use the share buttons below. Thank you!
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