Category Archives: Cartoons

Robert Mankoff: The American Dreamers

From the New Yorker:


Mr. Fish: The Customer is Always Right

From Clowncrack, his blog of entrepreneurial exegesis:

Mr. Fish: Mourning Sickness

From Clowncrack, his blog of idiosyncratic iconolatry, as case of too much of a bad thing:

R. Cobb: Onward to Victory!

Another eerily prescient and brilliant cartoon from America’s greatest alternative press cartoonist of the American mid-20th Century reveals the technological hubris and libertarian escapism at the heart of the American plutocracy:

Mr. Fish: Digging in the Dirt

From Clowncrack, his blog of seminal sardonic subversion:

R. Cobb: Let me show you to the door. . .

The greatest countercultural editorial cartoonist of the 20th Century penned this exactly fifty years ago, and it’s even more true now than it was then:

Graphic Representation: A case of Trumpmania

We begin with the bottom line, via the Lexington Herald-Leader:

Joel Pett: Red scare!

And from the Arizona Republic, going out on a limb:

Steve Benson: Suits him to a T

Another take on embodied psychopathy comes from the Illinois Times:

Chris Britt: God help us

And another, from the New Jersey Star-Ledger:

Drew Sheneman: How about Baby Trump balloon for this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade?

From the Baton Rouge Advocate, some good advice:

Walt Handelsman: Tweet Threat

The Columbus Dispatch offers diversion:

Nate Beeler: Another Trump Distraction

From the Arizona Daily Star, the first of two takes on the environmental disaster that is Trumplandia:

David Fitzsimmons: Warming

Sam subject, different take, via the Sacramento Bee:

Jack Ohman cartoon: The Endangered Species Act and the GOP…

And a final offering, via the Minneapolis Star Tribune:

Steve Sack: Republicans and the American way