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Harrison Cady’s Earth Day…

There may not have been an Earth Day when artist Harrison Cady created these cartoons, but still he spoke to the subject.  These cartoons appeared in Life magazine,  in 1925 and 1911, respectively. Additionally, not by Harrison Cady, but I feel like adding one of my own comics addressing the subject. Art by Doug Rice & Hilary Barta. Appeared in […]

Santa and His Flying Machines: Tigwissel Tuesdays #45

For our second week in the March of Progress in Santa Science, we have more excerpts from my (unpublished) project collecting Victorian Age through WW I Christmas cartoons & comics. In more modern times, (particularly during the Space Race / Apollo Program), one can find such cartoons as Santa straddling space rockets, or, of him […]

Santa by Auto: Tigwissel Tuesdays #44

Today, the March of Progress in Santa Transportation Technology, using cartoons from one page of a Victorian/Pre-Depression I Christmas Comics book I put together, for which the publishing deal fell through. As we can see by these cartoons, Santa is constantly looking to improve on his methods of Christmas Toy Delivery. By replacing his apparently […]

Tainted Food: Tigwissel Tuesdays # 37

In this week’s Tigwissel Tuesdays, we look at the dangers of consuming food, pre-F.D.A., as numerous Republican candidates have proudly declared that they would like to dismantle the Food & Drug Administration. As Mitt Romney might inelegantly phrase it when amongst his friends, Americans are too lazy to take responsibility for their own lives and […]

Fourth of July Fireworks: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, August 1912, Part 0.1 + Others

Appropriate for the day, a few cartoons focused on fireworks and their danger. Above, from the Election of 1884, and the July 2nd, 1884 rear cover of Puck magazine, artist Frederick Burr Opper depicts G.O.P. Presidential candidate James G. Blaine as a flashy, rising firework, in He Goes Up Like a Rocket, and He Will […]

Women of the Future, as predicted in the Past…

For today’s Women’s History Month posting, our selected cartoons all purport to show the future results should women be granted equal rights. Such cartoons — drawn by men — were often used to express anti-suffrage viewpoints. The above cartoon posits that gaining the same rights as men had, would result in women sinking — in […]

And the Beat Goes On…

A couple images appropriate to today… The Merry Go Round, by Harrison Cady, showing the rich partying on the backs of the working masses, published in 1912, in Life magazine… Click on the below picture, to see an enlarged version. And, from Great Depression I, The Biggest Loafer of Them All by Jay Norwood “Ding” […]

More Cartoons the Tea Party Would Like to Bring Back

The basic theme today, is to run a few cartoons involving ills of the past, which were cured by government programs or agencies, which various Tea Party candidates have stated they would like to eliminate. It being Halloween, it also helps if Death just happens to be hanging around in the cartoon. (Exception, I did […]

Cartoons the Tea Party Would Like to Bring Back

One thing we can look forward to, should the Libertarian (under the guise of “Tea Party”) take-over of the Republican Party achieve success, is the return of socially relevant cartoons! Issues thought fixed/reformed half a century+ ago, as Tea Party extremists blindly seek to tear down the laws that protect individual American citizens against the most egregious abuses of corporations, ignorant of the […]

In Conclusion (For Now): Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons, Part 64

Above, Uncle Takes the Boys’ Bones by Daniel Fitzpatrick, published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, as soon after reprinted in the April 1934 issue of American Review of Reviews. Well, it took longer than we’d hoped it would take, and the resultant legislation is not perfect, but today, President Obama signs the latest financial crisis-inspired […]

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