Bizarro is a one-panel cartoon created by artist Dan Piraro that has been featured in over 360 newspapers and periodicals since 1985. Piraro, a traditional cartoonist, has moved on to internet comics, a whole different game in which the competition is severe and most artists struggle to make a living from their art. Piraro is a prolific cartoonist who attempts to produce a new comic strip every day of the year. His vision of the absurdity and meaninglessness of modern existence is aimed to make you think while simultaneously making you laugh. He lives someplace in Mexico with his beloved wife (whom he refers to as his “Olive Oil”). His jewels on one panel, according to his biography, are “a unique blend of bizarre imagery, social commentary, and smart wordplay.”
Dan Piraro would be the offspring of Salvador Dali, Harry Trudeau, and Oscar Wilde if they had an illegitimate kid. Despite the fact that he has created thousands of cartoons on a wide range of subjects, this list is only about treatment.
More sophisticated types of humour, such as satire, on the other hand, necessitate an awareness of social meaning and context, and so appeal to a more mature audience.