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Category Archives: Topical Cartoons
De Morgen cartoonist Zak contemplated on the US election today. (cartoon © 2008 De Persgroep Publishing)
With the Olympics finally over (and while we’re waiting on the reports on their doubtlessly disastrous long-term effect on the Chinese people, their environment and economic situation), here’s a nice cartoon from De Morgen by Flemish artist Kim Duchateau about … Continue reading
Vedeze is a Belgian cartoonist who uses existing photographs to create his satirical and topical imagery. Most of his work is focused on the current Belgian socio-political situation (Vedeze is also a supporter of the “Save Solidarity” movement, which aims … Continue reading
In her blog Not Dead Yet, Judith Taylor, an 80-year old retired PA from Hertfordshire (United Kingdom), consistently writes down things she would like to live on after she’s gone. In 2006 she wrote a short account on a romance … Continue reading
Yesterday’s Tom Toles Cartoon paid a nice hommage to Al Jaffee’s legendary Mad Fold-in cartoons (which are currently showcased on the New York Times Website). (thanks, Mike, and also for posting a folded-in version)
Dan Piraro‘s take on the plethora of ™’s that plague the nation’s comics heroes. I like it. I also like the stick of dynamite waiting to go off while the two heroes bicker about intellectual laws.
Belgian prime minister Yves Leterme, famous for his quiffed hair and Tintinesque earnestness (and lack of humor), is on adventure in South-America. As seen by Vincent Rif. (Translation : “Excuse me, I’m looking for the Temple of the Sun ?”)