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Editorial Cartoons: The Impact and Issues of an Evolving Craft     View
This 2004 publication examines the impact and future of political cartoons in the U.S. Article topics include the decline of editorial cartooning, freedom of speech, accusations of anti-Americanism, impact of local cartoons, the shortage of women car ...

Cartoon Library & Museum     View
Website for this library and museum that houses "more than 400,000 original works of [cartoon] art." Features a description of major collections (and browsable lists of clipping file subjects and topics), a cartoon image database with selec ...

John Leech Sketch Archives From Punch     View
Online archive of hundreds of social commentary cartoons from the 1840s and 1850s drawn by John Leech for the British magazine Punch. Topics include the Crimean War, the Great Exhibition of 1851, social classes, and feminism. Browsable by year, title ...

Running for Office: Candidates, Campaigns, & the Cartoons of Clifford Berryman     View
"The political cartoons in this exhibit, drawn by renowned cartoonist Clifford K. Berryman, illustrate the campaign process from the candidate's decision to run for office to the ultimate outcome of the election." Also features description ...

Charlie and Lola     View
Visit your favorite characters from "Charlie and Lola" on the web! Play games, watch clips of the show, get Charlie and Lola wallpaper and e-cards, and much more!

August: Let's Get Rid of It     View
This satirical July 2001 article describes how "the United States would be better off without it [August]" because of the negative world events from August (such as the bombing of Hiroshima) and because it is "the only month without a ...

The Politics of Satire     View
This small slide show features a "collection of political covers by New Yorker illustrator Barry Blitt," including the controversial July 21, 2008, cover depicting Barack and Michelle Obama, and others addressing topics such as the George W ...

Today's Cartoons     View
Large presentation of cartoons that address topics in editorial cartooning that have created controversy, including the July 21, 2008, New Yorker magazine's depiction of Barack and Michelle Obama on its cover, and the September 2005 Danish newspaper ...

Cartoon Network     View
This site from the cable cartoon channel includes information on how a cartoon is created, downloadable cartoon screen savers, little known facts about favorite characters, and a complete television schedule for the Cartoon Network. A great site for ...

The Funny Side of the Street     View
This exhibit features samples of the "Pepper...and Salt" cartoons that appeared in the Wall Street Journal starting in the 1950s. The cartoons are accompanied by brief essays about the business world and financial conditions of the decades ...




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