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Bizarro is brought to you today by Terror.Here’s a bit of surreal fun for your Sunday. Not quite as surreal as Donald Trump being a front runner for the Republican nomination, but strange nonetheless. By the way, if you’ve not see the recent New Yorker cover illustration about the election,click this to see it now. I think it is a brilliant concept that perfectly illustrates certain factions of the American electorate. If you don’t quite get the joke, you’re likely not familiar with this photo and what happened in 1948 with major party presidential nominees Harry S Truman and Thomas Dewey. Dewey was well ahead in the polls on election day and a Chicago newspaper had the next day’s headline locked in and printed. But then Truman won. The NYker cover isn’t about the entire story, I think it is simply about the fact that America has become a place where people will vote for blowhard celebrities for president, instead of people who might actually do a good job. (more…)
This is the sixth and final installment in my guest cartoonist week, starring J.C. Duffy. Tomorrow’s big Sunday cartoon will be my own. Thanks again to J.C. for filling in for me a few weeks back when these cartoons were due, while I was on vacation in Yosemite with my SpecialLadyFriend, Klamelda.(more…)
Who doesn’t love a good Escher cartoon? You there, with your hand up––please leave the room.
This one is a collaboration with my good buddy and colleague, Dan McConnell. Dan loves a good Escher gag and that’s why he has not been asked to leave the room. That’s him in the back standing on the wall. (more…)