What I learned from Death of a Sales Man
Death’s Week –
This week’s Sunday Silly, What Makes YOU Happy featured the character Death. I envision Death as just one of the guys who happens to be dead. I thought it might be fun to draw a weeks worth of cartoons around him “DEATH.” It’s not the first time I’ve use this character. I recently drew: Are You On Your Death Bed? , Do You PLAY With DEATH? and DEATH is the Family.
Over the years I have featured Death in other fun ways such as in “Do You Belong in Anger Management Therapy?” and “Death Dealing With Life” but the cartoon of death dealing with life was a bit confusing. I should have killed that caption, that cartoon was a stinker…Oh well.
One of my favorite death cartoons was the one I did called “Another Danger of Bipolar: Flirting With Death“. Well, it was my fav till I drew the “playing with Death” toon. Something about Death holding a pink jump-rope always makes me giggle.
I spent a lot of time this past weekend end drawing and coloring 7 cartoon all featuring the character Death. I am also done coloring them and I will post a new once each day. I am not going to fill your heads with the different philosophies of death. Rather just present the cartoons as they are. I’ll let you come to your own conclusion, your own ending, your own… Ah, you got the point.
Door: [the name Death written on the door with a copper skull door knocker and Death peeking out the window] Welcome Mat: Good Bye]Cartoon Extra: Okay, I’m sure you got the gag of “knocking on deaths door,” but did you notice the deeper gag? If so, let me know ASAP and you may win something.
Sales Man Arthur Miller: [not paying attention reading his vacuum catalog and knocking on Death door]
Caption: It would be Arthur Miller’s last door he knocked on.
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Stewart, C. (2013). What I learned from Death of a Sales Man. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 17, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2013/03/what-i-learned-from-death-of-a-sales-man/