Medieval comic strip humor

The Museum of Depressionist Art website explains "medieval humor" with the help of the "Katzenjammer Kids" - or the medieval equivalent.

From the website (with tongue planted firmly in cheek!)

The invention of printing and the rise of newspapers in the 15th century was accompanied by the appearance of the first comic strips in Sunday supplements. The "Katzenjammer Kids" was one of the earliest of these "funny papers," or "komischerstreifen" as they were called in Germany where they originated.

Thanks to Calvert for the link.