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  • Dilbert creator Scott Adams on FOX

    03/06/2016 6:32:57 AM PST · by Macoozie · 42 replies
    Fox News | 06/06/2016 | Vanity
    Dilbert creator Scott Adams discusses Trump's appeal.
  • Marmaduke’s Brad Anderson dead at 91

    09/14/2015 6:39:14 PM PDT · by Ge0ffrey · 37 replies
    Dunkirk Observer Today ^ | 9/8/2015 | Greg Fox
    PORTLAND - Nationally recognized cartoonist Brad Anderson - who called the town of Portland his home for a good portion of his life - has sadly drawn his loveable and exuberant Great Dane for the last time. Anderson died unexpectedly on Aug. 30 at the age of 91, according to a Saturday statement on the National Cartoonists Society's website. He is best known for creating the enduring comic strip "Marmaduke," which is syndicated by Universal Uclick in over 500 newspapers in 10 countries, including the OBSERVER. "He really liked to talk to people and his heart was here in the...
  • Garry Trudeau, Call Your Office

    12/30/2014 6:19:10 AM PST · by Lonesome in Massachussets · 48 replies
    The Washington Free Beacon ^ | December 29, 2014 | Sonny Bunch
    I realize that Doonesbury is nothing more than liberal pap designed to make Baby Boomers feel good about themselves—yes, yes, Garry Trudeau, Republicans are squares and warmongers, we get it, you’re from the 60s, get out, back to the 60s, there’s no place for you here in the future!—but even still, this weekend’s strip is pretty egregiously terrible. Check it out, it’ll only take you a couple of seconds to read. If you don’t want to read it, allow me to describe it to you. One of the characters, a mom, is telling her daughter than she’s not allowed to...

    03/18/2014 12:01:33 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 45 replies
    PEANUTS MOVIE ^ | 3-18-2014 | 20thCenturyFox/BlueSky
    PEANUTS MOVIE March 18, 2014 For the first time ever, Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang we know and love from Charles Schulz's timeless "Peanuts" comic strip will be making their big-screen debut; like they've never been seen before in a CG-Animated Feature film in 3D. Click the pic below to go directly to the teaser trailer.
  • Stan Lynde, creator of syndicated ‘Rick O’Shay’ comic strip, dies of cancer at age 81

    08/07/2013 5:24:11 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 9 replies
    Western cartoonist and author Stan Lynde, creator of the nationally syndicated “Rick O’Shay” comic strip, has died of cancer in Montana. He was 81. His “Rick O’Shay” comic strip began in 1958 and ran for 20 years with an average daily readership of about 15 million people. In 1979, he launched another comic strip, “Latigo,” which ran through 1983. Lynde died Tuesday in Helena, where he lived with his wife.
  • Comic strip to feature homosexual ‘prom’ date

    04/26/2012 5:00:57 AM PDT · by IbJensen · 34 replies
    Life Site News ^ | 4/24/2012 | Ben Johnson
    MEDINA, OHIO, April 24, 2012, ( – A long-running, nationally syndicated comic strip will feature a homosexual couple holding hands and attending the prom together. “Funky Winkerbean” will depict two men holding hands as they buy tickets at the fictional Westview High School. “So, who are you guys taking to the prom, anyway?” asks a young female ticket seller. “Uh, that would be each other,” they reply. The comic is featured in 400 newspapers nationwide. “Dealing with intolerance is something I’ve dealt with many times before. Adding the gay angle is just a twist to the topic,” said strip creator...
  • The demotion of Dilbert continues, no comic relief for creator (Scott Adams trolled as PlannedChaos)

    04/19/2011 4:32:59 PM PDT · by a fool in paradise · 19 replies
    Yahoo ^ | Tue Apr 19, 1:25 pm ET | By Joe Pompeo
    There appears to be a growing epidemic of cranky creative types taking to the Internet to defend themselves from amateur critics. Some are shameless in their self-promotion; others operate under the veil of anonymity. Until they get busted, that is. This is what happened to Dilbert creator Scott Adams last week, in a public humiliation storyline that would suit a certain workplace drone comic strip character of his own creation. Adams was revealed to have been using an online pseudonym to bash message board users who did not have nice things to say about him. ...The backstory: An individual posting...
  • `Cathy' comic strip ending after 34 years

    08/12/2010 12:02:48 PM PDT · by Justaham · 96 replies
    Associated Press ^ | 8-11-10 | MARIA SUDEKUM FISHER
    The comic strip "Cathy," which has chronicled the life, frustrations and swimsuit season meltdowns of its namesake for more than 30 years, is coming to an end. Cathy Guisewite, the strip's creator, said Wednesday that deciding to end the comic strip was "excruciating." The comic has won several awards, including a 1992 National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award and an Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program in 1987, and at its height appeared in 1,400 papers. "It's just been really unbelievably agonizing to make the decision," Guisewite said in a telephone interview from her home in the Los Angeles area. "The...
  • No more tomorrows for Orphan Annie comic strip

    06/13/2010 3:23:54 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 35 replies · 670+ views
    AFP on Yahoo ^ | 6/13/10 | Louise Daly
    CHICAGO (AFP) – Little Orphan Annie, the plucky redheaded star of Broadway musical and comic strip fame, has run out of tomorrows ---at least in print. The pop culture icon who sang and danced her way to international fame in the Broadway musical that gave us tunes such as "It's The Hard-Knock Life," and "Tomorrow," ended her decades-long run as a comic strip heroine on Sunday, June 13. Tribune Media Services, the division of media conglomerate the Tribune Company that syndicates the strip to US newspapers, is pulling the plug on the irrepressible Annie, her trusty dog Sandy and her...
  • No Jokes: Newspapers Cutting Comic Strips -- To Save Money, Many Are Carrying Fewer Funnies

    03/14/2010 1:51:10 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 41 replies · 1,041+ views
    ABC News ^ | March 14, 2010 | John Berman and Joel Siege
    No matter how bad the news, no matter how grim the headlines, you could always count on a smile from at least one corner of the daily newspaper: the comics. But in this day when we could use a laugh more than ever, the reality facing the comics section is anything but funny. With the newspaper business hemorrhaging readers and money, newspapers are slicing the number of strips they carry. Artist and filmmaker Mark Tatulli said he has seen 30 newspapers drop his strip "Lio" in the last 18 months. "Newspapers are saving money wherever they can, and they are...
  • Marvel Comics: Captain America Says Tea Parties Are Dangerous and Racist

    02/10/2010 5:07:40 AM PST · by myknowledge · 97 replies · 2,480+ views
    Publius Forum ^ | February 8, 2010 | Warner Todd Huston
    Marvel Comic’s Captain America is the mightiest soldier with the super powerful secret soldier formula that makes him a super man. Sadly, this muscle bound hero that took on the whole Nazi army during WWII seems to be afraid of those American people who’ve joined the Tea Party movement. Not only is Cappy quaking in his little red booties, but he’s sure that the Tea Party folks are dangerous racists, too. Isn’t it wonderful that a decades old American comic book hero is now being used to turn readers against our very political system, being used to slander folks that...
  • Marvel Comics: Captain America Says Tea Parties Are Dangerous and Racist

    02/09/2010 1:56:57 PM PST · by TitansAFC · 51 replies · 1,555+ views
    Publius Forum ^ | 2-9-10 | Warner Todd Huston
    Marvel Comic’s Captain America is the mightiest soldier with the super powerful secret soldier formula that makes him a super man. Sadly, this muscle bound hero that took on the whole Nazi army during WWII seems to be afraid of those American people who’ve joined the Tea Party movement. Not only is Cappy quaking in his little red booties, but he’s sure that the Tea Party folks are dangerous racists, too. Isn’t it wonderful that a decades old American comic book hero is now being used to turn readers against our very political system, being used to slander folks that...
  • Bill Watterson, creator of beloved 'Calvin and Hobbes' comic strip looks back with no regrets

    02/02/2010 8:04:43 AM PST · by Slings and Arrows · 116 replies · 7,094+ views
    The Plain Dealer ^ | February 01, 2010, 5:45AM | John Campanelli
    This marks the 15th year since "Calvin and Hobbes" said goodbye to the comics pages. Creator Bill Watterson, who grew up in Chagrin Falls and still makes Greater Cleveland his home, recently answered some questions via e-mail from Plain Dealer reporter John Campanelli. It's believed to be the first interview with the reclusive artist since 1989.
  • Gumby [and Davey and Goliath] Animator Art Clokey Dies at 89 in California

    01/09/2010 8:15:25 AM PST · by Ge0ffrey · 28 replies · 1,481+ views
    FoxNews ^ | 1/9/2010
    Clokey first molded Gumby for a surreal student project at the University of Southern California called "Gumbasia." That led to his making shorts for the "Howdy Doody Show" and several series through the years. Art Clokey poses with a Gumby doll in 1995. (AP photo) LOS OSOS, Calif. - Gumby animator Art Clokey, whose bendable creation became a pop culture phenomenon through countless satires, toys and revivals, has died at age 89. Caretaker Chrisanne Wollett Clokey says Clokey died Friday in Los Osos on California's Central Coast. Clokey first molded Gumby for a surreal student project at the University of...
  • Monday Morning Bad Pun

    12/07/2009 6:09:39 AM PST · by Stoutcat · 8 replies · 641+ views
    Grand Rants ^ | 12-07-09 | Stoutcat
    Bad pun from the Sunday funnies, to start out your week right.
  • Afterlife and Obama

    11/08/2009 9:35:59 AM PST · by guyshomenet · 7 replies · 616+ views
    Cowboy Confessional ^ | 11/08/2009 | Guy Smith
    Rather flattered that Day by Day Cartoon reviewed my latest book and found a good angle to bash Obama all in one pass. Nice touch getting the plug by a hot redhead in a tub too.
  • Doonesbury: Sunday September 27th, 2009

    09/27/2009 7:39:02 AM PDT · by Captain Peter Blood · 24 replies · 2,155+ views
    Myself | 09/27/2009 | Captain Peter Blood
    Anyone see today's Sunday "Doonesbry" column? As many of you know the Ultra-Left starting with made insidious references President George W. Bush being Adolf Hitler reincarnate. That we were living under a repressive regime, etc.. Well today Gary Trudeau in "Doonesbury" seems to be making the same kind of comparison to President Obama except in his case it isn't too far from the truth. Any thoughts out there on this? Is this an example of some of the Left having grave doubts about Obama? Have at it then with your opinions.
  • On Topic Wizard of Id Comic

    02/26/2009 1:55:15 AM PST · by Wpin · 20 replies · 2,129+ views
    eCountryLifestyle ^ | February 26, 2009 | Parker
    This Wizard of Id cartoon hits the present political/economic reality right on the head! Use the link above or copy and past; Cartoon is at bottom of page.
  • Political Cartoonist Chris Muir Tells All!

    02/05/2009 4:19:32 PM PST · by patriotgal1787 · 1 replies · 701+ views
    The Andrea Shea King Show ^ | Feb. 5, 2009 | Andrea Shea King
    Tonight -- we talk to Chris Muir, the creator of the popular and ultra hip political comic strip "Day by Day". How does he do it? Join me as we get to know the man whose strip can be found on hundreds of blogsites. We get started at 9 p.m. ET sharp. Link to the show here.See today's strip at Day by Day. *****
  • Newsweekly Comics Meltdown ("very probably a fatal blow" for Tom Tomorrow)

    01/28/2009 3:22:43 PM PST · by denydenydeny · 19 replies · 812+ views
    The Beat ^ | 1/28/09 | Heidi MacDonald
    Yesterday, cartoonist Tom Tomorrow revealed the dire news that his strip, This Modern World, and all other weekly cartoons were being canceled by Village Voice Media, publisher of the Village Voice, the LA Weekly, and 13 other newsweeklies. This still leaves me with eighty-odd papers, as well as Salon and Credo, so it’s not a fatal blow. And believe me, I wasn’t so naive as to imagine I was going to get through this economic mess without taking some hits. Nonetheless it’s a serious chunk of major cities to lose in one fell swoop (don’t get me started on the...
  • Monday Morning Humor

    12/29/2008 7:53:22 AM PST · by Borges · 9 replies · 1,489+ views
  • Obama dystopian future - Day by Day Cartoon by Chris Muir

    11/30/2008 4:26:01 PM PST · by EveningStar · 17 replies · 1,749+ views
    Day by Day ^ | November 30, 2008 | Chris Muir
    I don't know if Chris Muir allows FR to hotlink his images, so click and view. :)
  • Day by Day Cartoon by Chris Muir nails Obama 'press conference'

    11/22/2008 1:35:32 PM PST · by EveningStar · 15 replies · 1,954+ views
    Day by Day Cartoon by Chris Muir ^ | November 21-22, 2008 | Chris Muir
    I don't believe we're allowed to hotlink his site without permission, so here are the links:
  • Doonesbury strip gives vets a happy thought to celebrate with

    11/09/2008 2:49:10 PM PST · by jessduntno · 29 replies · 220+ views ^ | 11/09/2008 | doonesbury
    Doonesbury strip gives vets a happy thought to celebrate with...after all, don't ALL vets fet drunk and go home to beat everyone up? Does your local paper carry this shite? Have you canceled your subscription yet? Waiting for a good reason?
  • 'Doonesbury' strip assumes Obama will win

    10/31/2008 3:24:28 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 24 replies · 943+ views
    The Galveston Daily News/The Associated Press ^ | October 31, 2008 | Andale Gross
    It's not exactly "DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN," but some newspaper editors are pondering how to deal with a "Doonesbury" comic strip to be published the day after the election that assumes Barack Obama will win the presidency. Comic creator Garry Trudeau delivered a series of strips for next week's papers showing his characters reacting to an Obama victory. But he offered no such option in the event of a comeback by John McCain, who's trailing Obama in the polls. Trudeau's syndicator is offering papers a series of rerun strips from August. But the Obama story line is forcing some editors to...
  • Tale of Two Comics

    10/26/2008 12:27:10 PM PDT · by guyshomenet · 10 replies · 1,388+ views
    Cowboy Confessional ^ | 10/26/2008 | Guy Smith
    Doonesbury is doomed. ... One lesson the book provided was simply that the put on is mightier than the put down. Insults are easy as any observer of the current election cycle can attest. Ragging on the opposition with grace and humor takes intelligence. When humor is lost, so is one’s advantage. This is why Garry Trudeau is sunk. A pair of Sunday comics paints such a stark contrast between political observation and humor that it shows why old comics should fade away. On this day both Garry Trudeau (Doonesbury) and Chris Muir (Day by Day) opined on current issues...
  • Politically Based Cartoon "Day by Day" NAILS the ABC Gibson/Palin Interview

    09/14/2008 8:31:55 AM PDT · by grey_whiskers · 42 replies · 4,999+ views
    Day by Day ^ | 9-14-2008 | Chris Muir
    Click on the link. Besides being mind-bendingly funny, the cartoon features women who are almost as good looking as the Governor. Highly recommended.
  • Cartoonist Ted Key, creator of `Hazel' comic, dies at 95

    05/05/2008 7:13:58 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 10 replies · 123+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 5/5/08 | Bob Lentz - ap
    PHILADELPHIA - Cartoonist Ted Key, whose comic strip "Hazel" about a bossy maid went from magazine page to TV screen, has died. He was 95. He died Saturday at his home in the Philadelphia suburb of Tredyffrin Township after a 1 1/2-year battle with cancer, his son Peter Key said Monday. "Hazel" was a popular feature in The Saturday Evening Post from the time it debuted in 1943. It evolved into a prime-time series in 1961 that starred Shirley Booth and ran for four years on NBC and one year on CBS. Key also created the characters Mr. Peabody and...
  • Tragic Comic -- Schulz and Peanuts: A Biography

    03/26/2008 7:56:18 PM PDT · by rhema · 7 replies · 356+ views
    Touchstone ^ | March 2008 | Russell D. Moore
    Very early in my ministry, I found myself in a bitterly divided congregation. I saw things I wished I’d never seen and heard things I wished I’d never heard. More depressingly, I thought things I wish I’d never thought. Finally, I did the best thing I knew to do for my family and for me, and resigned my position. While the church voted to accept my resignation, I sat at home wondering if I really wanted to serve in church ministry—or even to go to church—knowing what I knew about human depravity. I turned on the television for some background...
  • 'Dilbert' Strips Featuring a Character Named Jesus Cause Stir

    03/17/2008 9:29:50 AM PDT · by Between the Lines · 47 replies · 2,627+ views
    Editor and Publisher ^ | March 14, 2008
    NEW YORK Many e-mailers praised or criticized this week's "Dilbert" sequence featuring an office worker named Jesus (pronounced Hay-Soos). The series "caused quite a stir," cartoonist Scott Adams wrote in his blog today. "I drew those strips a few months ago, and in my typical careless way I didn't realize they would be running around Easter time. Oops." Adams -- whose comic runs in more than 2,000 newspapers via United Media -- reported that e-mails "were about evenly divided between people who are deeply offended and people who think it was my best work yet.... "My favorite rhetorical question, which...
  • Life imitates comic strip

    02/09/2008 8:32:02 AM PST · by Doorkey · 6 replies · 83+ views
    Charleston Daily Mail blog ^ | Feb. 9, 2008 | Don Surber
    Did Sen. Cantwell plagiarize a comic strip to praise Hillary? And the comic strip mocked Hillary. From Calvin Woodward of the Associated Press: Sen. Maria Cantwell, one of them, introduced the New York senator to a crowd in Spokane and likened her to four-time Iditarod winner Susan Butcher and the Native American woman Sacajawea, who served as a guide for the Lewis and Clark expedition in the early 1800s. “We like women pioneers here in the Northwest,” Cantwell said. “Hillary is here to listen, to answer questions and to make history, and Washington state is here to help her do...
  • "Day by Day" Cartoon is holding its own version of FReepathon. (vanity)

    01/06/2008 7:56:04 AM PST · by Cringing Negativism Network · 15 replies · 135+ views
    FReepers who have happened to catch the online cartoon "Day by Day", may be interested to know they're also, holding their own version of a FReepathon.
  • Judge Sides With Man Over Comic { Dilbert }

    12/19/2007 8:05:53 AM PST · by SmithL · 87 replies · 1,936+ views
    AP via SFGate ^ | 12/19/7
    Des Moines, Iowa (AP) -- A judge has sided with a man who was fired for posting a "Dilbert" comic strip that made fun of managers on an office bulletin board. David Steward was fired from the Catfish Bend Casino because management found the cartoon "very offensive," human resources director Steve Morley testified at a recent unemployment benefits hearing. The casino had challenged his claim for unemployment benefits. "Basically, he was accusing the decision-makers of being drunken lemurs," Morley testified. "We consider that misconduct when you insult your employer." According to state records, Steward posted the comic in late October,...
  • Get Fuzzy strip snarks on Democrats

    09/09/2007 8:56:41 AM PDT · by Pikamax · 36 replies · 2,656+ views ^ | 09/09/07 | Darby Conley
  • End of Marriage Leads to New Content in Revamped Strip ["for better or worse" comic strip]

    09/08/2007 9:48:27 AM PDT · by freedomdefender · 28 replies · 1,728+ views
    Editor and Publisher ^ | Sept 7 07 | Dave Astor
    As "For Better or For Worse" moved into "hybrid" mode this week with a look back at how Elly and John Patterson met, few readers of Lynn Johnston's partly autobiographical comic knew that her real-life husband left her this April. The news that Rod Johnston had met someone else was a devastating shock to Lynn, whose millions of fans thought her long marriage -- like the long marriage of Elly and John -- was "storybook" in nature. "It shows our family was as vulnerable as anyone," she said during a phone interview with E&P. But there's a silver lining of...
  • Ted Rall is at it again

    07/15/2007 7:27:37 AM PDT · by stm · 7 replies · 465+ views
    Michelle Malkin ^ | July 14, 2007 | Michelle Malkin
    Unhinged cartoonist Ted Rall is throwing another troop-bashing tantrum. Normally, I would not feed this troll. But I agree with Noel Sheppard that this has to be the worst of the worst. Click for larger image–and make sure you do it on an empty stomach: Rall is beyond contempt. He has accused our troops of being murderers for Halliburton, mocked soldiers as sexual deviants, and derided the late Pat Tillman as an “idiot” and “sap”. Now, all in one cartoon, he shows his naked contempt for the very traits of the American soldier that helped give birth to this country...
  • Cartoonist Doug Marlette ("Kudzu") Dies in Car Accident

    07/10/2007 3:25:15 PM PDT · by Kieri · 23 replies · 2,298+ views
    Editor & Publisher ^ | 7/10/07 | Dave Astor
    Cartoonist Doug Marlette Dies in Car Accident By Dave Astor Published: July 10, 2007 2:23 PM ET NEW YORK Doug Marlette, who won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1988, died this morning in a single-car accident near Holly Springs in northwest Mississippi. He was 57. Marlette was with the Tulsa (Okla.) World at the time of his death. Prior to joining that paper in 2006, he worked for the Tallahassee (Fla.) Democrat, Newsday of Melville, N.Y., The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer. His editorial cartoons were syndicated by Tribune Media Services, which also distributed Marlette's "Kudzu"...
  • Opus Attacks Fred! (Gnats in the Sunday Funnies)

    07/08/2007 11:18:04 PM PDT · by Squidpup · 51 replies · 2,117+ views (Washington Post Writers Group) ^ | July 8, 2007 | Berkeley Breathed
    Sunday July 8, 2007 - Breathed weighs in with his view of "Fred" as being less than Reagenesque.
  • Gay/Lesbian Press Mischaracterizes Glenn Sacks' Criticism of OPUS Cartoon

    06/19/2007 9:44:24 AM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 24 replies · 1,159+ views ^ | 6/14/07 | Glenn Sacks
    Not surprisingly, the gay press has fired back at me over my comments earlier this week in my blog post "Nationally-Syndicated Cartoonist: It's Better to Have Two Moms than a Mom and a Dad," [] in which I criticized the OPUS Father's Day week cartoon "Davie Dinkle has two moms." In the cartoon, which appeared in many of America's largest newspapers last Sunday, two elementary school boys discuss a classmate who is being raised by two lesbian moms. One boy says, "Makes you wonder how he'll do without a male role model in the house." Right afterwards, the drunken, idiot...
  • Interpreting a comic strip in an era of dad-doubting

    06/17/2007 3:53:48 AM PDT · by rhema · 12 replies · 1,220+ views
    St. Paul Pioneer Press ^ | 06/16/2007 | KATHLEEN PARKER
    A week before Father's Day, cartoonist Berkeley Breathed did a very cartoonist thing and caused a controversy to be stirred over a comic strip that seemed to slight fathers while celebrating lesbian moms. More or less. Reaction has been swift and predictable: outrage on the right, smug contempt for the right on the left. In the middle is one happy cartoonist, who got a rise from a jaded nation. Though the message of the strip may be interpreted more than one way - either as advancing an idea or exposing a cultural phenomenon - outrage is not necessarily misplaced. For...
  • Faith and the Funny Pages [15 US newspapers now carry new Christian comic strip]

    08/27/2006 5:49:30 PM PDT · by summer · 39 replies · 1,248+ views
    Sunday NY Times - Week in Review ^ | August 27, 2006 | JOHN LELAND
    THE WORD IN BUBBLES - The Christian comic strip “Heaven’s Love Thrift Shop” [above] now appears in 15 newspapers. ...The strip, called “Heaven’s Love Thrift Shop,” made its debut in 15 American newspapers this month, with quotations from Scripture and characters talking about their faith. Though other comics occasionally address religious themes, mainstream newspapers and syndicates have largely avoided strips that make religion so central.... Because of the religious content in “Heaven’s Love Thrift Shop,” several papers have run it in the news pages rather than with other comics. Kevin Frank, the strip’s author, said his goal was “very simplistic,...
  • 'Frank & Ernest' creator Bob Thaves dies

    08/09/2006 3:27:01 PM PDT · by lunarbicep · 16 replies · 586+ views ^ | Wed. Aug. 9, 2006 | GILLIAN FLACCUS
    Bob Thaves, whose nationally syndicated comic strip "Frank & Ernest" amused newspaper readers for decades with its quirky observations on life, has died of respiratory failure. He was 81. Thaves died Tuesday at Little Company of Mary Hospital in Torrance, Calif., said his daughter, Sara Thaves. His long-running strip stars the happy-go-lucky punsters Frank and Ernest, who travel the universe and through time — and sometimes change shape — as they comment on everything from science to world politics. The strip, which was syndicated in 1972, is distributed to 1,300 newspapers worldwide by Newspaper Enterprise Association and is read by...
  • Pearls Before Swine Comic Strip Makes Fun of Chia-head Kim Jong Il

    07/28/2006 6:29:10 AM PDT · by Pyro7480 · 12 replies · 1,128+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | 7/28/2006 | Stephen Pastis
  • Cartoonist receives veterans' arts award (Quantum bbbaaaaAAARRRRFFF!!!

    07/15/2006 8:13:08 AM PDT · by SandRat · 23 replies · 810+ views
    Arizona Daily Star ^ | Jeff Commings
    Garry Trudeau was inarguably the most famous person in the room Friday. But the man behind the long-running comic strip "Doonesbury" said he felt a little chagrined as he stood before about 400 Vietnam veterans and their spouses. "It's humbling to receive an award for storytelling in a room of people so filled with stories," the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist said. Trudeau was in Tucson to accept the President's Award for Excellence in the Arts from the Vietnam Veterans of America at the group's national conference, held this week at the Hilton El Conquistador Hotel, 10000 N. Oracle Road.
  • 'Boondocks' Comic Strip Going on Hiatus

    02/28/2006 2:52:36 PM PST · by SmithL · 26 replies · 570+ views
    AP ^ | 2/28/6 | MATT SEDENSKY
    Kansas City, Mo. -- The Boondocks, the black comic-strip family living in white suburbia, are going on vacation. Aaron McGruder, the cartoonist behind the strip syndicated in about 350 American newspapers, said Tuesday he would take about six months off beginning in March. "Every well needs occasional refreshing," he wrote in a letter to be sent to editors of newspapers carrying the strip. "I hope that this fall you will agree that the time away from the demands of deadlines has served the strip, your readers and me." McGruder offered no further explanation and declined interviews. He has been doing...
  • Offensive n-word should not be uttered

    02/06/2006 7:17:31 AM PST · by LouAvul · 78 replies · 2,185+ views
    The article is from a source that cannot be quoted. But it is about Al Pimpton demanding an apology from "Boondocks" cartoon which depicted MLKing as using the "N" word. (The Left fights the Left?)
  • Cartoonist Helps Troops, Fisher House (Now we know we're winning!)

    01/31/2006 1:59:36 PM PST · by SandRat · 37 replies · 1,291+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | Jan 31, 2006 | Donna Miles
    WASHINGTON, Jan. 31, 2006 – Award-winning satirist Garry Trudeau of "Doonesbury" fame visited the Pentagon today to meet with troops wounded in the war on terror and present them autographed copies of his book featuring the healing process of a comic character he said they inspired. Army Spc. Joey Kashnaw, a 4th Infantry Division soldier who lost his leg after being wounded in Taji, Iraq, in September 2003, meets with Doonesbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau at the Pentagon. Photo by Donna Miles  (Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. "The Long Road Home: One Step at a Time," tells the story...
  • Doonesbury's 11/18 Cartoon Pokes Fun At 5,000 World Trade Center Victims!

    11/19/2001 5:37:08 AM PST · by justme346 · 97 replies · 535+ views ^ | 11/19/01 | Bush Country
    Just when you think the media cannot sink any lower out comes the 11/18/01 (Sunday) "Doonesbury" Cartoon which shows a picture of George Bush thanking the Terrorist for making him look good! Making fun of George Bush is one thing, but doing it at the expense of the 5,000+ September 11th victims is incomprehensible and demands an apology from the Syndicator! To top it off, the cartoon was posted during wartime and right before Thanksgiving! Bush Country asks you partner with us in boycotting and condemning the parent company of Doonesbury's syndicator (Universal Press Syndicate) Andrews and McMeel, based in ...
  • Today's Doonesbury criticizes Bush for not vetoing anything in 5 years.

    01/08/2006 4:58:20 PM PST · by grundle · 16 replies · 734+ views
    Garry Trudeau ^ | January 8, 2006 | Garry Trudeau
  • Bush thanks terrorists

    11/19/2001 7:48:41 AM PST · by OverDog · 37 replies · 308+ views
    The Drudge Report ^ | 11/19/01 | Matt Drudge
    XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX SUNDAY NOV 18 2001 19:04:37 ET XXXXX TRUDEAU STRIP DEPICTS BUSH THANKING EVIL DOERS Cartoonist Gary Trudeau on Sunday stripped President Bush thanking the terrorists who attacked the United States -- and giving him cover to pass a partisan domestic agenda. Trudeau, who has contributed thousands of dollars to the Democratic National Committee, depicts Bush in a political pep talk with adviser Karl Rove at the White House. "Karl, is it still unpatriotic to criticize me?" asks Bush. Rove replies, "Yes sir." Then Bush thinks to himself: "Cool! This is great..." At strip's end Trudeau ...