Machamer had a breezy, sketchy, distinctive style of drawing in ink that served him well. The second link above opines that the humor in the situations he depicted and the wit of his captions wasn't first-rate. I'm inclined to agree; his strong suit was his drawing style. He featured attractive young women ("gals") throughout his career, and even married one (movie actress Pauline Moore). A problem I have with this is that the gals he drew tended to look very similar if one ignores their clothing and hair style/hair color. Apparently this didn't bother his many fans.
The bottom line for me is that while I have some reservations, I basically enjoy Machamer's work. Click on those images with lots of details to enlarge.
Satire on 1920s fashions for guys 'n' gals.
Here we get closer to Machamer's signature style.
After Hepburn burst onto the Hollywood scene, Machamer's gals' faces underwent a change.
The fellow in the top hat in the next-to-bottom strip is a self-caricature that Machamer often included in his cartoons.
Look carefully and you will see a gal.