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Herblock, Garry Trudeau, Patrick Oliphant, Paul Conrad and others created memorable cartoons that skewered Nixon and Watergate, making the era a boom time for political satire.
Within the span of five months, cartoons of ‘The Mask,’ ‘Ace Ventura’ and ‘Dumb and Dumber’ all debuted on Saturday morning TV, though not all of them would work out
The palimpsestic drawings and irreverent captions dissolve into senselessness, upending the ubiquitous cartoon medium.
Thankfully, we have political cartoons that can help us encapsulate—and laugh at—the purgatory the country finds itself in right now.
The creators of the Gruffalo have produced a series of cartoons to encourage people to stay at home during the coronavirus crisis
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