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Still More Musk! (Part 4)

Here’s yet another batch of Elon Musk cartoons from my continuing marathon of posting Elon Musk editorial cartoons on Twitter!  Hop onto the Musk/Twitter/CagleCartoon bandwagon by following me at: https://twitter.com/dcagle

Here’s our fourth batch of nasty, Musky cartoons.

Adam Zyglis

 

Randall Enos

 

 

John Darkow

 

Dick Wright


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Lameduck Leftovers – Top Ten of the Week

With the midterms over, all eyes are on the 2024 election, which as of now will feature a rematch between current President Joe Biden and his predecessor, Donald Trump. Rick McKee’s cartoon about political leftovers was hit with editors this week, nailing the sweet spot between Thanksgiving and topical.

Inflation continues to be a popular topic for cartoonists. At least gas prices have started to drop.

Here are our top ten most reprinted cartoons of the week:

#1. Rick McKee, Cagle.com

 

#2. Dave Whamond, Cagle.com

 

#3. Jeff Koterba, Cagle.com

 

#4. Monte Wolverton, Cagle.com

 

#5. Jeff Koterba, Cagle.com

 

#6. Gary McCoy, Cagle.com

 

#7. Dave Whamond, Cagle.com

 

#8. Dave Granlund, Cagle.com

 

#9. John Darkow, Columbia Missourian

 

#10. Chris Weyant, Boston Globe

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Top Ten: THANKFULL ON THANKSGIVING

 

Another Thanksgiving has come and gone, and while you feast on leftover turkey and reheated stuffing, enjoy the ten most reprinted cartoons of the week:

#1. Gary McCoy, Cagle.com

 

#2. Bob Englehart, Cagle.com

 

#3. Jeff Koterba, Cagle.com

 

#4. Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune

 

#5. Monte Wolverton, Cagle.com

 

#6. Guy Parsons, Cagle.com

 

#7. Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune

 

#8. Dave Whamond, Cagle.com

 

#9. Rick McKee, Cagle.com

 

#10. Rick McKee, Cagle.com

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Still More Musk (Part 3)

Here’s another installment of my marathon of posting Elon Musk editorial cartoons on Twitter!  Come follow me at: https://twitter.com/dcagle

Here’s the third batch of pungent, Musky cartoons.

Osmani Simanca

Kevin Siers

Dave Whamond

Frank Hansen

Manny Francisco

Emad Hajjaj


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Twitter Trouble: Top Ten Cartoons of the Week

There’s been a lot of talk about people being disengaged from politics this election cycle, and this week’s most popular cartoons seems to back that up.

Despite midterm elections that saw Republicans struggle and Donald Trump put himself back into the spotlight, editors seemed more interested in Elon Musk and the chaos he’s created at Twitter. Between the issues at Twitter and layoffs at Amazon, it wasn’t the best week for some of the world’s top tech giants.

I also enjoyed Dave Whamond’s cartoon about a changing of the guard at Starbucks, from pumpkin spike lattes to eggnog lattes, which is probably a lot more relevant to people than how large the Republican majority will be in the House.

Here are our top ten most reprinted cartoons of the week:

#1. Monte Wolverton, Cagle.com

 

#2. Dave Granlund, Cagle.com

 

#3. John Darkow, Columbia Missourian

 

#4. Jeff Koterba, Cagle.com

 

#5. Dave Granlund, Cagle.com

 

#6. John Darkow, Columbia Missourian

 

#7. Randall Enos, Cagle.com

 

#8. Adam Zyglis, Buffalo News

 

#9. Dave Whamond, Cagle.com

 

#10. Dick Wright, Cagle.com


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MORE MUSK!

I’m continuing my marathon of posting Elon Musk editorial cartoons on Twitter!  Come follow me at: https://twitter.com/dcagle

Everyday there is a new story bout Musk saying some new, obnoxious thing. Today it is an “ultimatum” to Twitter employees to “Commit to Hardcore Twitter or take severance — meaning work long hours at high intensity.  Then click on an icon if you want to be hardcore and stay at Twitter.

Here’s the second batch of beautiful, Musky cartoons.

John Darkow

 

RJ Matson

 

Bas van der Schot

 

Zapiro

 

Dave Whamond

 

Rivers

 

Randy Enos


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ELECTION’S END: TOP TEN CARTOONS OF THE WEEK

You might have heard; there was an election this week. While there is a good deal that remains uncertain (Georgia’s Senate race won’t be settled until next month), one thing that seems universal is our exhaustion over election ads and petty bickering from candidates.

Fortunately, we can all now safely turn on our TVs and not be afraid of eerie music playing behind black and white images of craven politicians attacking one another. We’ll just have to wait a bit longer for those lawn signs to be removed.

Here are our top ten most reprinted cartoons of the week:

#1. Chris Weyant, Boston Globe

 

#2. Dave Whamond, Cagle.com

 

#3. Jeff Koterba, Cagle.com

 

#4. Dave Granlund, Cagle.com

 

#5. Jeff Koterba, Cagle.com

 

#6. Randall Enos, Cagle.com

 

#7. Rivers, Cagle.com

 

#8. Chris Weyant, Boston Globe

 

#9. John Darkow, Columbia Missourian

 

#10. Dave Granlund, Cagle.com

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The Red Wave!

That “Red Wave” wasn’t much of a wave.  Here’s what the CagleCartoonists think about the Red Wave.

Joe Heller

 

Randall Enos

 

Dave Whamond

 

Dave Granlund

 

Jeff Koterba

 

Chris Weyant

 

Rivers

 

Christo Komarnitski

 

R. J. Matson


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Elon Musk Part One!

I am embarking on a marathon of posting Elon Musk editorial cartoons on Twitter!  We have about 200 of them.  Come follow me at: https://twitter.com/dcagle and you can see them all –or just tune in here and see them.

The rumor is that Twitter is no longer tolerant of celebrity parodies, but that may only apply to people who change their names to impersonate celebrities.  I hope that’s true.  I don’t think they will kill mainstream, syndicated editorial cartoons.  We’ll find out.

If it all goes well, I’ll buy one of those pretty, new blue checks that Twitter wouldn’t give me when I applied –but I can buy a blue check now for only $8/month!  What a deal!

I’m starting off with my own, barfy, Elon Musk/Twitter cartoon. Stacey tuned! 

Daryl Cagle

 

John Cole

Adam Zyglis

Patrick Chappatte

 

Dario Castillejos

 

Dave Whamond

 

Rivers

 

Pat Bagley


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Election Burnout: Top Ten Cartoons of the Week

If you haven’t noticed by all the political attack ads on television, it’s nearly Election Day! In just a couple of days Americans will be heading down to their local polling place to cast that vote in the 2022 midterms.

Elections are always a long slog for both voters and cartoonists, who just feel fatigued by the whole thing at this point. But at least they give us plenty to draw about.

Here are our top ten most reprinted cartoons of the week:

#1. Jeff Koterba, Cagle.com

 

#2. John Darkow, Columbia Missourian

 

#3. Rick McKee, Cagle.com

 

#4. Daryl Cagle, Cagle.com

 

#5. R.J. Matson, Roll Call

 

#6. R.J. Matson, Cagle.com

 

#7. Daryl Cagle, Cagle.com

 

#8. Gary McCoy, Cagle.com

 

#9. Ed Wexler, Cagle.com

 

#10. Gary McCoy, Cagle.com


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Ed Wexler Explains his Cartoon at our Exhibition

Read on to see a video of our cartoonist, Ed Wexler, explaining his “All Votes Must be Counted” cartoon to some French fans at the exhibition.

We had two lovely exhibitions at the “International Center“, Press Cartoons museum in St Just le Martel, France this year. One of the shows was about Donkeys and Elephants.

American donkey and elephant cartoons make no sense to foreign audiences. Our exhibit in France was curated by cartoons historian Olivier Auvray, who invited six cartoonists in our group to show their best donkey/elephant cartoons, which were presented with explanations –even with the explanations, the cartoons seemed seemed pretty difficult for the French fans to comprehend.

Here’s Ed.

See CagleCartoonist Jeff Koterba explaining his cartoon at the exhibition in France.

Here’s our historian/curator, Olivier Auvray explaining elephant cartoons by CagleCartoonist David Fitzsimmons.


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Jeff Koterba Explains his Cartoon at our Exhibition

Jeff Koterba's "Big Lie Bat Cave" cartoon in the Donkeys and Elephants exhibition at the Salon in St Just le Martel, France. Donald Trump, elephants, bats, cave, election, denial, big lie,Republicans, Donald Trump
Jeff Koterba’s “Big Lie Bat Cave” cartoon in the Donkeys and Elephants exhibition at the Salon in St Just le Martel, France

We had two lovely exhibitions at the “International Center“, Press Cartoons museum in St Just le Martel, France this year. One of the shows was about Donkeys and Elephants.

Some people talk about cartooning being an international language, but it isn’t, a great example of cartoons that don’t cross borders are American donkey and elephant cartoons, which make no sense to foreign audiences. Our exhibit in France was curated by cartoons historian Olivier Auvray, who invited six cartoonists in our group to show their best donkey/elephant cartoons, which were presented with explanations –even with the explanations, the cartoons seemed seemed pretty difficult for the French fans to comprehend.

Here’s a video that Olivier took, of our cartoonist, Jeff Koterba, explaining his GOP Elephant Batcave cartoon to some French fans at the exhibition.

See CagleCartoonist Ed Wexler explaining his cartoon at our exhibition in France.


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