Five Bookish Halloween Cartoons

Some spooky comics inspired by Washington Irving, Oliver Sacks, and more

Adult, opening door for trick-or-treaters: "I'm sorry kids... we only celebrate Halloween as a motif."
(Man, riding a bike with a hat that looks like a woman's head.) The man who correctly identified his wife as a hat.
(Headless horseman, riding on a stick horse.)
(Charlie Brown and Linus meeting the Great Pumpkin.) "Please. The Great Pumpkin is my father. Call me Alex."
(Father, reading his son a bedtime story.) "Tonight I'll be reading a new chapter from my novel in progress."

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