With Halloween just around the corner, it’s only fitting that The New Yorker magazine included a strip by Chris Ware on the subject of hiding, masks and disguises in its annual Cartoon Issue.  You can read the whole four-page piece in glorious hi-res online.

Also in the website is a cartoon kit competition with art by Alex Gregory.  In the paper magazine, you’ll also find  cartoons by P. C. Vey, Frank Cotham, Bruce Eric Kaplan, William Haefeli, Victoria Roberts, Matthew Diffee, Drew Dernavich, Mike Twohy, David Sipress, and Jack Ziegler, and a hilarious take on Facebook by Roz Chast.



(The New Yorker © 2009 Condé Nast Digital)

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