Meandering Thru Monday – with Updates The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Books Meandering Thru Monday – with Updates © Tauhid Bondia Stopped and got the local McClatchy newspaper today. Cost me $3.00 plus tax (for 16 pages!) but I got me a tearsheet of Tauhid Bondia‘s first syndicated Crabgrass.  © Peanuts Worldwide Title IX was not tremendously popular with everyone when it … Read more

Los Angeles Times Overhauls Comics Pages The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips Los Angeles Times Overhauls Comics Pages The Los Angeles Times has revamped it daily and Sunday comics pages. We’re excited to introduce five cartoons to our readers, beginning with the June 27 print edition and eNewspaper. These are the results of an overall review of the syndicated comics … Read more

Elsewhere in the news … The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Elsewhere in the news… The current question for political commentators seems to be “Can you walk and chew gum at the same time?” Adam Zyglis drew this cartoon before SCOTUS handed down their abortion decision last week, but it’s a good marker of where we’re at, because, amid all … Read more

Recalling the Cartoonists of Carmel The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Animation Recalling the Cartoonists of Carmel On the East Coast they have Cartoon County. On the West Coast there is the city of Carmel. They used to congregate at a Carmel coffee shop on the same afternoon each week, having come into town to share stories, reminisce, poke fun. These were … Read more

The Wait-What School of Humor The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips CSotD: The Wait-What School of Humor My distaste for awards is sort of a running gag here, and this Sherman’s Lagoon (AMS) pretty well sums it up. It reminded me of an item in the late Charley Stough’s “BONG Bulletin” — a periodic on-line roundup of news, gossip and jokes … Read more

The First Weekend Whatnots of Summer The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Animation The First Weekend Whatnots of Summer Real Estate Listing: Terry Manor For Sale Location: Bronxville, New York – Price: $5.995 million Originally built in 1935, Terry Manor is a fully restored and renovated Tudor-style home set on nearly an acre of park-like property in Lawrence Park West, a tree-lined neighborhood … Read more

Rum, Romanism and Rebellion, 2022 Version The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Rum, Romanism and Rebellion, 2022 Version Burchard’s quote hasn’t aged very well, has it? The Republicans of today — no longer the “Party of Lincoln” — have become eager to see Catholic doctrine made law, and are not simply tolerant of attempted insurrection but actively defend it. As for … Read more

Stepping Up To The Friday Funnies The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips CSotD: Stepping Up To The Friday Funnies Pros & Cons (KFS) comes as close to political as I plan to get today, in part because I’m finding the whole thing exhausting and in part because Lyndon sums up my take more concisely than I would. People are complaining that Bill … Read more

Random Reactions The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Random Reactions Ben Jennings starts us off because I simply like the way he offers a visual depiction of how inflations feels to consumers. That’s more than sufficient, given that the point of cartooning is to put concepts into graphic form. But I also like that he’s not trying … Read more

Buchanan on the Brazos The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Editorial cartooning CSotD: Buchanan on the Brazos John Deering (Creators) offers a comparison of the Texas GOP’s bizarre party platform to the familiar final scene of Dr. Strangelovein which Slim Pickens’ gung-ho hyperpatriotic character joyfully rides the atomic bomb that is about to end the world. It’s particularly well-chosen because, in the … Read more