The Cartoon Bank is a place to make a withdrawal if you're short on laughs. The firm has more than 85,000 cartoons available for sale or licensing in its database (more than 20,000 of which are available on its website). The Cartoon Bank specializes in art from The New Yorker, offering every cartoon ever published in the magazine. It also sells books and prints of cartoons and New Yorker cover art, and offers custom illustrations and books, calendars, and journals for the promotional and executive markets. The firm was founded in 1992 by president Bob Mankoff, who also serves as The New Yorker's cartoon editor. It is owned by The New Yorker publisher Advance Magazine Publishers (doing business as Cond� Nast).