After a gunman massacred 19 kids in a school in Uvalde, Texas, it’s not surprising to see a number of our shooting cartoons widely reprinted by news organizations. But what is surprising is the four most reprinted cartoons this week had nothing to do with country’s latest mass shooting – they touched on college graduation, inflation, and Memorial Day.
Peter Kuper’s cartoon about masks was also one of the most widely-reprinted cartoons this week, a sign that more than two years into the pandemic, COVID-19 still remains an important issue in the lives of readers.
Here are our top ten most reprinted cartoons of the week:
Gary McCoy took the #1 most reprinted spot.
Daryl Cagle (that’s me) took second place!
Dave Granlund took third place!
Dave Whamond nabbed 4th place too.
Dave Granlund claims the five-spot with his second cartoon in the Top Ten.
Kevin Siers came in sixth.
Dick Wright nabs seventh place.
Peter Kuper took 8th place with his second cartoon in the Top Ten.
Adam Zyglis takes 9th place!
John Darkow wraps it up at number ten with his second cartoon on the list.
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