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Heady stuff, and very funny.
P.S. On your recommendation, I bought Toothpaste for Dinner. I couldn't quite talk myself into the Bunny Suicides, though I did laugh at the one using the CD drive of the computer.
I also really enjoy New Yorker cartoons, so go figure.
The old Wallace Wood movie satires from the early days of MAD are absolute masterpieces of visual gags.
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Cheech Wizard (Deadbone) by Vaughn Bode
Dorman's Doggie or Jesus comics (Jesus joins the Army, etc) by Filbert Sturgeon (Frank Stack)
Just about anything by R. Crumb
Mad Magazine's Don Martin
Bongo Comics line (Simpson's creater Matt Groening)
Bone by Jeff Smith
Ren and Stimpy by John Krisfalusi
The list goes on...
Cyanide and Happiness is also darkly funny.
I'd add thirdings on Perry Bible Fellowship, WulffMorgenthaler and Order of the Stick too.
It's funny in a sophisticated way that can lapse into slapstick at any time, and the setting in the ballet/music world is really nice, but mostly the art is a continuing revelation. Sundays are usually devoted to some sort of art abstraction with final panel punchline, often involving cats. And the story lines can be very gripping, indeed.