Matthew Broussard is a comedian, an actor, and the artist who entertains his audience every Monday morning with a brand new original pun cartoon. Matthew picked 5 punny cartoons that are either his favorites or ones that particularly stumped his followers. See if you can go 5 for 5. When he’s not drawing Monday morning cartoons, Broussard has been busy appearing on Comedy Central’s “Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle” , “Adam Devine’s House Party”, FX’s “The League” and NBC’s “The Mindy Project.” He was also featured as a New Face at the 2015 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. Matthew’s debut stand-up album “Pedantic” is available now on Comedy Central Records. Buy it here, and follow Matthew on Twitter @mondaypunday. The headings, by the way were added by us, and have nothing to do with the answers.
I drew this one at my desk back while working as a financial analyst in Houston and it’s still one of my favorites. Good pun to start with because it’s simple enough to show how these puzzles work.
Another simple one that elicits somewhere between a laugh and a groan. It’s much easier if you’re a fan of high-flying fantasy kung-fu movies from the 90s.
Simple and stupid but silly enough to be fun. Think of an eponymous character from the Stephen King book/movies and her position relative to the objects pictured.
Difficult but satisfying. It helps to think of a nickname you might call this guy if you two were best buds. INITIALLY, this can be tricky.
My absolute favorite. I’m a big fan of mathematics and not afraid to make visitors dredge up some middle school geometry they may have buried along the way. Hint: what do you call two angles that add up to 90 degrees?