Here are our most reprinted cartoons of the week ending March 28th, 2021. Congratulations to Jeff Koterba for his #1 and #6 cartoons! Six of the ten top cartoons are about the pandemic; two are about immigration and two about the mass shooting.
And kudos to Dave Whamond and Dave Granlund who both also have two cartoons on the Top Ten. Congrats to Steve Sack, Bruce Plante, Rick McKee and Monte Wolverton who also have Top Ten most reprinted cartoons this week.
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Jeff Koterba wins first place with the first of two cartoons on the Top Ten list!
Steve Sack takes second place.
Dave Granlund wins third place with his first of two most reprinted cartoons this week.
Bruce Plante nabs fourth place. Usually there are lots of March Madness cartoon metaphors, not this year.
Dave Whamond takes the five spot with his first of two cartoons in the Top Ten.
Jeff Koterba is in sixth place with his second of two cartoons in the Top Ten.
Dave Whamond takes seventh place with his second cartoon on the list.
Dave Granlund snags eighth place with his second of two cartoons on the Top Ten list.
Monte Wolverton snags ninth place.
Rick McKee takes tenth place.
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