The Week’s Best Cartoons 6/27

By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Here are our great editorial cartoonists on what they saw in the news this week. Do let me know which ones resonate the most with you. I’m always so curious to find out!

Trump’s Tulsa Rally

By Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press
By Ed Hall
By Ed Hall
By Clay Jones

COVID19 Surges

By Matt Davies, Newsday
By Steve Breen, San Diego Union Tribune
By Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune
By Matt Wuerker, Politico
By Tom Toles, The Washington Post
By Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune
By Andy Marlette, Pensacola News Journal
By Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press

Bill Barr

By Ed Wexler
By Mike Thompson, Detroit Free Press
By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post
By Bob Rogers

Elections 2020

By Walt Handelsman, The Advocate
By Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News
By Nick Anderson
By Marc Murphy, Louisville Courier-Journal
By John Cole, The Times-Tribune

And Other News

By Walt Handelsman, The Advocate
By Dave Granlund
By Gretchen Koch
By Michael de Adder
By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

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6 replies

  1. The “Racism Tree” resonated with me most. I think it captured, in one image, what this country must face in order to overcome systemic, endemic and pathological racism in this country. Unless the U.S. starts making racism ideology and practices part of the everyday conversation (much like Germany has done via reconciliation projects on WWII and Nazi rule) things will stay more or less the same. Americans have a short memory as has been proven time and time again…

    Thank you for the amazing work you do!

  2. Doug Marlette, until his tragic death in 2007, was the creator and writer of the comic strip “Kudzu” as well as being an accomplished editorial cartoonist. In addition to earning a Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning, he had also published several books including two novels. Mr. Marlette once said : “Cartoons are windows into the human condition.” Your collection of “The Week’s Best Cartoons” are visual proof of those words. It is nigh onto impossible to choose a favorite this week, however “Covid Surge” by Tom Toles is most definitely a window into this week’s human condition. I must point out the excellent cartoon from the Pensacola News Tribune by Andy Marlette… a nephew, who at one time lived with and learned from Doug. These times we are trying to survive are made more bearable by the artistic efforts and offerings of the many talented editorial cartoonists. Thank-you!

  3. Bramhall’s my favorite in your cartoon posts (due to the caricatures of Trump). He’s not in this week’s line-up. You are forcing me to find him myself!!!


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