Sunday Will Sometimes Be The Same The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips CSotD: Sunday Will Sometimes Be The Same There are only so many new ideas out there, and Pardon My Planet (KFS) isn’t the first strip to make an organized/disorganized religion joke. But a good gagster can add freshening elements, and Vic Lee hits some football matters just as the Hall … Read more

Yesterday and Today The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips Comic Strips: Yesterday and Today Wallace the Brave gets my, to borrow a phrase, Comic Strip of the Day endorsement. © William Wilson A week late. Wayno‘s Saturday roundup is already up for this week’s Bizarro panels but I still want to point out his entry from last Saturday.  © … Read more

Are you tired yet? The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Are you tired yet? I have a degree of sympathy for cartoonists who are locked into a schedule by their publishers and can’t simply dash off a piece in response to breaking news. However, to quote Marcus Aurelius, “Id est quod est,” and you need to adjust to the … Read more

Friday Follies The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips CSotD: Friday Fallies Tank McNamara (AMS) is willing to keep the Saudi sportswashing effort in front of the public, though I get a strong feeling that money talks and nobody cares, which I suppose wouldn’t bother me so much if so many commentators who went ballistic over Biden’s visit to … Read more

Assorted Accounts of Informed Items The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Animation Assorted Accounts of Informed Items Cartoons Have been Grooming Kids for Decades The last 12 months has witnessed a bit of a frenzy surrounding kids’ entertainment, from bisexual Superman to the first gay dads in Sesame Street to a brief kiss from a lesbian couple in Pixar’s new animated feature … Read more

Gender Politics The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Gender Politics Given that Kansas promotes itself as the “Land of Ahs” — with or without that apostrophe — it’s hardly surprising that cartoonists capitalized on the connection to Frank Baum’s book or, more accurately, the classic 1939 movie based on it, in discussing the vote to preserve reproductive … Read more

Headline Hijinx The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Headline Hijinx Lee Judge (KFS) is right, largely because the covid virus isn’t influenced by what all the other viruses are doing, and people responding to polls are. Thought voters as a whole may not be as dependable as a party’s base, as profiled in today’s Bizarro (KFS). Trump … Read more

First the sports, then the news The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: First the sports, then the news Juxtaposition of the Day (Andy Marlette) (Drew Litton – AMS) The deaths of Nichelle Nichols and Bill Russell may leave me without a lot of material to work with over the next little while, since their obituary cartoons seem a large portion of … Read more

Rainy Days and Mondays The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Rainy Days and Mondays Let’s start with something that needs to be top-of-mind this week, and after: Joel Pett makes the excellent point that floods like the ones happening in Eastern Kentucky can be harder on the poor. This starts with the idea that the rich folks who live … Read more

Weekend Whatnots on a Sunday Afternoon The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Animation Weekend Whatnots on a Sunday Afternoon Anything you can think of is controlled by a handful of companies After a flurry of last-minute filings and orders, the US Department of Justice’s bid to block Penguin Random House’s acquisition of rival Big Five publisher Simon & Schuster is ready for court. … Read more