Last Week on (December 6-12, 2010)

Cartoons of Interest

James Dean. I am impressed by the hairdo and intrigued by the weird red areas

I like the colors and the many details in this illustration by H. Mercker.

Consequences the half-assed Cancún resolution could have on cartoons.

Vladimir Mayakovsky This is part of a series of strange portraits of Russian writers.

Man shaped by his surroundings by Schwoe . Surreal, silly, and brilliant.

This is one of the less melodramatic cartoons on the Nobel peace prize ceremony

Of all last week's Assange caricatures, this is my favorite. Rocchetti quality.

... this is what we'll get. The maiden flight of the "Dragon" capsule was just the beginning

RIP Leslie Nielsen. This great caricature was drawn by Italian artist Sting-One.

Personal Favorite

This week's cartoon combines two topics I was actually hoping to avoid: Christmas and WikiLeaks. Canadian artist Mike Spicer has managed to create a cartoon that avoids both glorification and demonization of Julian Assange and yet is poignant and inventive.

Paul Hellmich


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