20 Witty single-panel comics by The New Yorker cartoonist Tom Toro

Tom Toro is a prolific cartoonist and author known for his contribution of over 200 cartoons to the New Yorker since 2010. A final list for the National Cartoonist Society Reuben Award in 2020. Toro is also the mind behind the syndicated comic strip Home Free. 

As a lecturer represented by Cassidy and Fishman Toro shares his expertise in cartoon art. His academic background includes attending NYU graduate film school product films featured at major festivals like Sundance and Cannes and an undergraduate degree from Yale where he was notably the captain of the national champion lightweight rowing team and cartoon editor for the Yale Herald. Born in El Cerrito, California Tom Toro now resides in Portland Oregon with his family and pet.

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Tom Toro, a prolific cartoonist and writer, has been titillating readers’ humor since 2010 with his smart and quirky single-panel comics featured in The New Yorker. Known for his keen wit and unique perspective, Toro created more than 200 cartoons that explored the idiosyncrasies of everyday life, human behavior, and the absurdity of the world around us.











Tom Toro, a talented cartoonist known for his numerous cartoons for The New Yorker, is also the author of the humorous book How to Potty Train a Porcupine. This book offers a light-hearted and witty look at the challenges of potty training, culminating in a smart and thoughtful message.

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