Latest New Yorker Cartoons Rated; The Tilley Watch: Blitt’s Comey Cover; American Bystander #4

Cartoon Companion is back with  their rated look at this week’s New Yorker cartoons.  The reviewers, “Max” and “Simon” (not their real names) along with a Mystery Cartoonist, examine among others, an unusual police line-up, some NYC candles, a honeycomb, a couple of pigs in a restaurant, and a superhero with a generous waistline.  Read it here.

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…next week’s New Yorker cover (by Barry Blitt) is getting a lot of attention. Here it is:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The 4th American Bystander has finally found its way to my desk, and as with the previous three numbers, it doesn’t disappoint.

A large number of New Yorker contributors are represented: Charles Barsotti, George Booth, Steve Brodner (who did the cover), M.K. Brown, Roz Chast (a full page), John Cuneo, Nick Downes, Liana Finck (represented by a 3 page spread), Drew Friedman, Sam Gross, Bob Grossman, John Jonik, Farley Katz, Ken Krimstein, Peter Kuper (a double page spread), P.S. Mueller (a full page), Rich Sparks (a full page), Shannon Wheeler (a 4 page spread), and Jack Ziegler.

For more information, and to order a copy go here.

 

 

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