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The Best Funnies: Our Favorite 2010 Political Cartoons

Friday, December 24, 2010

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Politics and humor are like bread and butter...especially when they take you to that liminal space between laughing and crying. Here are a few pen and ink takes on 2010 we like. But we want more—from YOU! Send us your funnies (or suggestions) and we'll add them to the slideshow. 

Copyright 2010 John Darkow. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Ed Stein. Via Comics.com
Copyright 2010 Chip Bok. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Chip Bok. Via comics.com.
Cartoon Created by Brian Narelle.
Copyright 2010 Bruce Beattie. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Ed Stein. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Chip Bok. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Dana Summers. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Ed Stein. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Gary Markstein. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Gary Markstein. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Dana Summers. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Bruce Beattie. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 Jim Morin/Miami Herald. Reprinted with permission.
Copyright 2010 Tony Auth/Philadelphia Inquirer. Reprinted with permission.
Copyright 2010 Steve Kelley. Via Comics.Com.
2010 Copyright Steve Sack/Star Tribune. Via comics.com
Copyright Dana Summers. Via comics.com.
Copyright 2010 John Branch, Branchtoon.com. Reprinted with permission.
Copyright 2010 Adam Zyglis The Buffalo News. Reprinted with permission.
Copyright 2010 Rob Rogers/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Reprinted with permission.

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Comments [1]

T.C. from New Jersey (until EWK re-opens)

The first cartoon ("Worst 'General Hospital'") by John Darkow is by a small city cartoonist (Columbia, MO Daily TRIBUNE) whose paper should be commended for running him and his witty, enlightened cartoons. (I am a former New Yorker here for the week, but live in that same midwestern community now most of the time).

Dec. 27 2010 05:35 PM

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