Monsters, Part 2: Two-headed Creatures (and more!)

Other than the Two-Headed Monster on Sesame Street, this wasn’t exactly a search that resulted in light-hearted Google image results. I leave you with some cartoons that I collected that I don’t think quite qualify as hydra or dragons, although some of them have more than two heads (or one head with two bodies):

Abe Lincoln vol 2- Newberry NEH 2014 p 70

In Abraham Lincoln: His Path to the Presidency by Albert Shaw, page 70, via the Newberry Library

damien giez

Damien Giez, 17 December 2010

Uluschak

Edd Uluschak, Edmonton Journal, 13 May 1970

four heads

“A Four-sided face,” Serge Chapleau, 1992

elephant

Nate Beeler, 12 May 2011

Mike Keefe,

Mike Keefe, 15 May 2011

John Collins, The Gazette,  Montreal, 30 November 1943, via the McCord Museum (as seen in Great Canadian Political Cartoons, Volume 2)

John Collins, The Gazette, Montreal, 30 November 1943, via the McCord Museum (as seen in Hou & Hou’s Great Canadian Political Cartoons, Vol. 2)

split crow Crimea - C19 in caricature

“Split crow in the Crimea,” Punch, in The History of the Nineteenth Century in Caricature, p 126

 Review of Reviews and World's Work: An International Magazine, Volume 3

Review of Reviews and World’s Work: An International Magazine, Volume 3, 1891

"The Man with Six Heads," caricature of Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, 1815

“The Man with Six Heads,” caricature of Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, 1815

1904, Chicagoans as we see em, page 366

1904, Chicagoans as we see ’em, page 366

Bob Chambers, Chronicle Herald, Halifax, 9 June 1972, as seen in Hou & Hou's Great Canadian Political Cartoons Vol. 3

Bob Chambers, Chronicle Herald, Halifax, 9 June 1972, seen in Hou & Hou’s Great Canadian Political Cartoons, Volume 3

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