Here are our most reprinted cartoons of the week ending July 31st, 2021. Congratulations to Jeff Koterba who took the the #1 spot! And congrats to Dave Whamond who was close behind at #2!
And kudos to the other CagleCartoonists who drew the cartoons that were most popular with editors this week: Kevin Siers, Dick Wright, Monte Wolverton, John Cole, Daryl Cagle, Pat Bagley and Randy Enos!
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Jeff Koterba’s cartoon was most popular with editors last week!
Dave Whamond who draw the comic Reality Check, places second!
Jeff Koterba, who drew for decades for The Omaha World-Herald, takes third place.
John Cole claims fourth place, He draws for The Times-Tribune in Scranton, Pennsylvania..
Dick Wright takes the five spot. Dick was a starf cartoonist for lots of papers in his long career, including The Columbus Dispatch and The San Diego Union.
Kevin Siers takes sixth place. He is the cartoonist for The Charlotte Observer.
Randall Enos nabs seventh place. Randy is a famous illustrator, and he drew Chicken Guts in The National Lampoon.
Daryl Cagle (that’s me) takes eighth place.
Monte Wolverton takes ninth place.
Pat Bagley who draws for The Salt Lake Tribune, is in tenth place.
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