- P. S. He Got the Job. Jaffray, Norman R. // Saturday Evening Post;2/14/1948, Vol. 220 Issue 33, p36
The article presents an anecdote relating how a young man clinched a job as a cartoonist.
- Not-So-Loony Toons. // Weekly Reader News - Senior;9/24/2004, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p2
Provides information on the techniques used by cartoonists to comment on news events through editorial cartoons. Symbolism; Exaggeration; Humor; Caricature.
- Tittle tattle. // Telegraph (Calcutta, India);11/15/2015, p12
The article mentions the racist joke made by the cartoonist of the newspaper "Daily Mail" on the noted large number of migrants who allegedly flooding Great Britain.
- Commentary: Dearth of Female Editorial Cartoonists Isn't Very Funny. // Media Report to Women;Spring2005, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p22
The article focuses on the dearth of female editorial cartoonists in the mass media. The advantage of adding to the ranks of woman cartoonists is that they can redefine humor and offer different takes on the same themes, the hiring may not be receptive. When she knows that a topic will be...
- Understanding the Value of the Local Connection. Stantis, Scott // Nieman Reports;Winter2004, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p37
This article presents the author's views on the opportunity provided the cartoons to relate with the local community. Given the market-driving dynamics, editors of newspapers do not have much motivation to keep an editorial cartoonist on staff. Yet the argument can--and should--be made that it...
- John H. 'Jake' Schuffert. // Air Power History;Spring99, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p79
Reports that the cartoonist of the Berlin Airlift, John H. `Jake' Schuffert died in November 1998.
- Drawing A Life. Underwood, Ryan // Fast Company;Apr2004, Issue 81, p88
Provides information on the comic strip "CEO Dad," created by Tom Stern. Theme of the comic strip; Number of papers that have bought the strip; Things from which Stern draws inspiration for the strip; Background on the inception of the comic strip.
- Toon time. Wong, Gilbert // Metro (NZ);Sep2004, Issue 279, p112
This article presents information on the works of Australian cartoonist Michael Leunig, who is published regularly by the Melbourne Age and Sydney Morning Herald and who has spent more than 40 years as a political cartoonist. In a recent cartoon strip, he has shown a legless man swathed in...
- This Week's Editorial Cartoon. // Scholastic News -- Edition 5/6;1/8/2007, Vol. 75 Issue 12, p7
The article discusses editorial cartoons. Editorial cartoons express an opinion about a news event or a social issue. The cartoonist often use exaggerated illustrations and situations to make their points. An editorial cartoon is presented in the article. Questions regarding the cartoon is also...