Collection: Bob Mankoff | New York

For over 40 years, Bob Mankoff has been the driving force of comedy and satire at some of the most honoured publications in America, including The New Yorker and Esquire. He has devoted his life to discovering just what makes us laugh and seeks every outlet to do so, from developing The New Yorker’s web presence to integrating it with algorithms and AI. In 2018, Mankoff launched Cartoon Collections, parent company to, a new spin on the Cartoon Bank, the world’s most successful cartoon licensing platform that he founded in 1992. Bob is the author of numerous books, including his New York Times bestselling memoir, How About Never – Is Never Good For You?: My Life In Cartoons, of which the Washington Post wrote, “Mankoff's deep understanding of humour, both its power and its practice, is the live wire that crackles through his book.” 

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