Thank God It’s Friday Follies The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips CSotD: Thank God It’s Friday Follies This Man Overboard is as close to political as I plan to get today, but I’m willing to stand by it. I like the idea that the bigot doesn’t think he’s a bigot, because we’re seeing a lot of that as people nail down … Read more

Cyborg voice actor Khary Payton teases more animation writing projects

I’m willing to wager that before the 2003 Teen Titans cartoon, very few people outside of comic readers were familiar with the character of Cyborg. But twenty years after that seminal animated series, not only has Cyborg reached new heights in the comics by becoming a member of the Justice League but has achieved greater … Read more

Acceptable Losses The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Acceptable Losses JD Crowe cuts to the chase and sets up our second day of Uvalde reactions. On his Facebook pagehe cites a 2015 tweet as the inspiration: “In retrospect Sandy Hook marked the end of the US gun control debate. Once America decided killing children was bearable, it … Read more

2021 NCS Cartoonist of the Year (Reuben) Nominees – Griffith, Knight, Price, Sorel, Tatulli The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Awards 2021 NCS Cartoonist of the Year (Reuben) Nominees – Griffith, Knight, Price, Sorel, Tatulli The National Cartoonists Society has announced the nominees for their Reuben Award as Cartoonist of the Year 2021 – Bill Griffith, Keith Knight, Hilary B. Price, Edward Soreland Mark Tatulli. Each year, during the NCS Annual … Read more

Where in God’s name is our backbone? The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Where in God’s name is our backbone? As often as I’ve complained about cartoonists sticking to their schedules despite compelling events, I have to say a good number jumped to their drawing boards last night. But I was still left with the task of looking for copyright dates, because … Read more

Canceling the Cancelors The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Canceling the Cancelors We’ll start off with a major hit from Pedro Molina (Counterpoint)who skips all the cleverness and simply portays Replacement Theory for what it is: A perverse way in which racism masquerades as patriotism. Sometimes you can be too clever. The first time I saw a cartoon … Read more

Attention Must Be Paid The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips CSotD: Attention Must Be Paid I used to see bumperstickers that said “If you’re not scared, you’re not paying attention.” Haven’t seen one in awhile; perhaps it’s too late. But Ann Telnaes has been paying attention enough to be concerned that CPAC held their latest conference in Budapest, where Hungarian … Read more

I’m Your Comic Weekly Man! The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips CSotD: I’m Your Comic Weekly Man! If you’re old enough to remember The Comic Weekly Manyou’re also old enough to make the connection between Big Ben Bolt (KFS)‘s current opponent in the 1963 Vintage Sunday arc, Chief Thunderhand, and his very close namesake, Chief Thunderthud. I don’t know why it … Read more

Identity and Belonging The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Books CSotD: Identity and Belonging Two confessions from the start: First, when I agreed to review Sabba Khan’s graphic memoir, “What Is Home, Mum?” I had no idea what I was getting into. My interest was sparked because I’d had several Indian kids — both Hindu and Muslim — among my young … Read more

Friday Funnies, with a side of politics The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips CSotD: Friday Funnies, with a side of politics The Cosmic Timing Award goes to Wallace The Brave (AMS), where this strip dropped the morning after I got a long-delayed haircut and even got a compliment on it from a dog-walking friend. Fortunately, only our dogs ended up in the water … Read more