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Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial April 1913

To Close out this year’s April Fools’ Month, we bring our focus not on fools, but on some of the orchestrators of fun — the cartoonists. Above and below are the pages concentrated on cartoonists, from the April 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Above, a brief auto bio written by artist Billy DeBeck, along with […]

Blaine Eating Crow

Above, the centerspread cartoon from the November 26th, 1884 issue of Puck magazine, by artist Bernhard Gillam. Titled, Thanksgiving Day, 1884 — “Let Us Be Thankful!”, referring to the nation being thankful that former Speaker of the House, James G. Blaine, had failed in his bid for the Presidency. We can also be thankful, that […]

Closing Out James G. Blaine’s “Tattoed-Man” series, 1884

Election’s done, but I’ve a few “Tattooed Man” cartoons not yet shown, to run. So let’s get them out of the way. Those of you who have been visiting this site, already know what these are about. But, for anyone just now stumbling in… James Blaine was the G.O.P. nominee for President in 1884. He […]

“Tattooed-Man” Series, 1884 + “Blaine Language”, 1888 (Part 3)

Above, The Honor of the Country in Danger, by artist Bernhard Gillam. The centerspread cartoon in the October 29th, 1884 issue of Puck magazine, this was part of the “Tattooed Man” Series, it is one of twenty-two cartoons which ran in Puck in 1884, satirizing the candidacy for President of Republican Maine Senator, James G. […]

Blaine Bits

Usually, when we’ve posted cartoons involving James G. Blaine — the corrupt Speaker of the House from Maine, reknowned for his flagrant and brazen lying, who was the G.O.P.’s 1884 Presidential nominee — they’ve been the large color cartoons positioned in the front, rear, and center of Puck magazine. Puck‘s pages between the color cartoons, […]

Dressing Up the Party

Above & below, a few cartoons in time for the next stage of the Great Republican Etch-a-Sketch Makeover, concealing their true words and actions of the past years and months, hiding their actual schemes which would guarantee electoral defeat if honestly revealed, and so must be dressed up in pretty sounding fare, for the consumption […]

James G. Blaine’s “Tattooed-Man”, September 24th, 1884: Money Will Be Vindicated

Above, by artist Bernhard Gillam, from the centerspread of the September 24th, 1884 issue of Puck magazine, we have the 1884 G.O.P. Presidential-nominee, James Blaine, featured in the cartoon Blaine Will Be Vindicated in November. The cartoon is a play on an argument given by the N.Y. Tribune (then a Republican mouthpiece newspaper, twisting and […]

James G. Blaine’s Olympus of Corruption & Tattooed Man Revue

In 1884, the Republican Party nominee for President was former Speaker of the House James Blaine. Blaine was the equivalent of today’s Newt Gingrich — known for his lies, corruption, and immorality. His nomination resulted in Republicans’ first post-Civil War loss of the Presidency. To hilight why Blaine shouldn’t become President, Puck magazine’s artists produced […]

Earth Day: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, May 1912, Part 0.2

Awareness of damage to the environment was rather scant during the Nineteenth Century, so finding any environmental cartoons from this period, is rare. When they are found, it nearly always involves the aftermath/results of some environmental damage caused by Man. Above, from rear cover of the February 28th, 1883 issue of Puck, comes The Lesson […]

James G. Blaine’s “The Tattooed Man” series: The Political Courtney, Sept 10th, 1884

Above, Newt Gingrich’s nineteenth century soulmate, James Blaine, a former Republican Speaker of the House, whose long record of corruption was parodied during the Election of 1884, in a series of twenty-two cartoons, depicting him as “The Tattooed-Man” — a man tattooed from head-to-toe with the multitude of his sins. The Political Courtney, by artist […]

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