Humorous illustration: No punchline required
Humorous illustration is slightly different to joke, or gag, cartoons: you use a funny or odd scenario, usually to illustrate an article in a magazine, newspaper or website, without necessarily having a punchline, as you would in a joke cartoon.
Sometimes these are wordless or they may have words within them as part of the drawing, but they generally don't have a caption or speech bubble.
Here are some examples from the Law Society Gazette.
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