The Week’s Best Cartoons 8/8

It’s been a busy news week, and as usual it’s kept the cartoonists busy! Luckily for us, our friend TokyoSand has also been busy picking out the best of the best. Just the thing for a Saturday afternoon! Thank you, TS!


ByMike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Long before I read op-eds, I was reading editorial cartoons. Truth be told, I liked them so much I found the opportunity — TWICE — at college to write a paper about editorial cartoons.

This week we had a lot of news, so I’ve got more sections than normal. Here’s how some of the best cartoonists in the country covered the biggest stories. I hope you enjoy their work as much as I do.

Election 2020

BySteve Breen, San Diego Union Tribune

ByLalo Alcaraz

ByNick Anderson

ByMatt Davies, Newsday

ByAndy Marlette, Pensacola News Journal

ByMike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ByKevin Siers, Charlotte Observer

ByBill Bramhall, New York Daily News

ByKevin Kal Kallaugher,Kaltoons (Referring to the Hong Kong election)

GOP Senate & the Next Stimulus Bill

ByMike Luckovich

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11 thoughts on “The Week’s Best Cartoons 8/8

  1. Jill, they are funny and sad, given the element of truth. We have an untruthful president with an autocratic bent and a fact-starved perception focus. What could possibly go wrong? Keith

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