Here are our most reprinted cartoons of the week ending February 13th.
Jeff Koterba kicked butt this week winning both the #1 and #2 cartoons! John Darkow also had a great week with the cartoons on the Top Ten. Kudos to the other cartoonists with the most reprinted cartoons this week: Kevin Siers, Rick McKee, Dave Granlund, Dave Whamond, Randy Enos, and Dick Wright.
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Jeff Koterba won the week with the cartoon that was most reprinted in newspapers.
Jeff Koterba also took second place!
Kevin Siers won third place with this popular pandemic cartoon.
Rick McKee took fourth place.
Dave Granlund took the five spot with this Valentines Day/Pandemic cartoon.
John Darkow nabs sixth place with a bad weather cartoon.
Dave Whamond takes seventh place.
Randy Enos snags eighth place.
John Darkow nabs ninth place with his second of two cartoons on the list.
Dick Wright, our new conservative cartoonist, makes his first appearance in the weekly Top Ten with this cartoon in 10th place.
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