Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon: More MAD; New Market Watch: Air Mail; A Daily Shouts By Lars Kenseth & Olivia de Recat

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon Shorts by Brendan Loper who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2016. _____________________________________________ More MAD From The Jewish Telegraphic Agency ,July 8, 2019 , “How MAD magazine taught me to think like a furshlugginger Jewish intellectual” — This interesting piece posted on Facebook by fellow New Yorker cartoonist, Ken Krimstein. _________________________________________ From Publishers Daily,

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Book On The Horizon: Tom Gauld’s Mind-Blowing Theories; De Seve’s Two Right Feet; Shannon Wheeler’s Deleted Trump Tweets Etsy Offering; Case For Pencils Spotlights Mary Lawton; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Coming in April 2020, from Drawn & Quarterly, Department of Mind-Blowing Theories by New Yorker cover artist, Tom Gauld. More info here from the publisher. Mr. Gauld’s most recent New Yorker cover below right.       ___________________________________________________________________________________ Peter De Seve’s Two Left Feet  Check out Peter De Seve’s hot dog guy’s left foot.  Here’s a short piece on Mr.

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From The Archive: A Ross Perot New Yorker Cartoon; Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoon & Cartoonist; The Village Voice & MAD

I haven’t done a whole lot of (obviously) political cartoons over the years. A Supreme Court drawing in the very early 1980s and a Bill Clinton drawing in the early 1990s come readily to mind.  Ross Perot, the two-time Presidential candidate who died today at age 89, was a humor magnet. Like so many other of the magazine’s cartoonists (

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The American Bystander’s Michael Gerber Wants To Save MAD Magazine; Bob Eckstein’s NY Daily News MAD Op-Ed; MAD Cartoonists Vs. New Yorker Cartoonists; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Gil Roth Interviews Karl Stevens; 5 Questions: Rich Sparks

The American Bystander’s Michael Gerber, Wants To Save MAD Magazine  Michael Gerber, the man behind the curtain at American Bystander, is proposing to rescue MAD Magazine.  Below: two Tweets from Mr. Gerber sent out yesterday:    The New York Times called  The American Bystander “…an essential read for comedy nerds”.   Anyone who loves comic art and writing will cheer

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