Here are our most reprinted cartoons of the week ending September 11th, 2021. Congratulations to Monte Wolverton who drew the most popular cartoon of the week! Monte’s cartoon was reprinted in about 110 newspapers.
Kudos to Dave Granlund who was the most reprinted editorial cartoonist of the week overall – and Dave has two cartoons in the Top Eleven. And congrats to Jeff Koterba who also has two cartoons on the list. (We have a Top Eleven this week, instead of a Top Ten, since we have a tie for 10th place.)
The 20th Anniversary of 9/11 was the top topic of the week, and accounted for five of the cartoons in the Top Eleven.
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Monte Wolverton took the #1 spot.
Dave Whamond placed second.
Chris Weyant nabbed third place.
Jeff Koterba shares a four way tie for 4th place.
John Cole also shares 4th place this week.
John Darkow shares 4th place too.
Jeff Koterba has another cartoon tied for 4th place! Oh my.
John Darkow takes 8th place with this 9/11 Anniversary cartoon.
Dave Granlund take’s 9th place with this memorial cartoon.
Dave Granlund also shares a tie for 10th place.
Bill Day wraps it up, sharing tenth place, in what is really a Top Eleven this week.
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