The Easter Island heads are a cartoon cliche. Google the phrase and marvel at the variations. It turns out the heads have bodies, which I didn’t know. It’s a good start on a joke. But if this photograph is typical of the unearthed bodies, it feels like a wasted opportunity; a lot of work for a so-so punchline.
Published by Mark Heath
I'm a freelance cartoonist. My work has appeared in Reader's Digest, Harvard Business Review, American Scientist, Woman's World, and others. I'm also the creator of Spot the Frog, a comic strip you can find at Gocomics.com. View all posts by Mark Heath