The Week’s Best Cartoons 4/4: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

 

Editorial cartoonists see and hear what we do, but then they find a way to pack a punch in their drawings. This week we saw true leadership, a total lack of leadership on multiple fronts, and some really grim stories. Here’s what the best cartoonists in the country had to say about that.

 

The Good

By Andy Marlette, Pensacola News Journal

 

By Steve Breen, San Diego Union Tribune

 

By Lalo Alcaraz

 

By Tom Curry

 

By Tim Campbell

 

The Bad

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

 

By Ed Hall

 

By Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle

 

By Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press

 

By Matt Davies, Newsday

 

By Bill Bramhall, New York Daily News

 

By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

 

By Lalo Alcaraz

 

By Ed Hall

 

And the Ugly

By Bill Bramhall, New York Daily News

 

By Michael de Adder

 

By Michael de Adder

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2 replies

  1. Political cartoons are filled with truthfulness. Something that is sorely lacking from those we should be able to expect it from during this pandemic. The cartoonists take the sad facts and add a dash of humor to them. Humor is another thing that we are sorely in need of too. Thank-you!

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    • I’m glad you like editorial cartoons, Ellen. I agree—I think they look past the spin and get right to the heart of the matter. Sometimes they make us smile, but really what they do is make us FEEL an issue. Pulling together this roundup every week is such a highlight for me.

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