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Barney Google: Gambling, Horse Races, and High-Toned Women Barney Google: Gambling, Horse Races, and High-Toned Women
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The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story
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The Art of Ditko
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The Greatest Anti-War Cartoons
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Introduction by Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus
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Flag Day

For Flag Day, I’ve culled through my past postings, to find comics covers where the U.S. flag was featured prominently. Not surprisingly, the majority of these flag-waving instances involved war and/or veterans. Above, from the 1942 book War Cartoons, we have Joseph Parrish’s day-after-Pearl Harbor editorial cartoon, “At Your Service”. Beneath, the covers from four […]

The Year in Review: 1912

So okay, I’m running one hundred years late. At least it’s not 101! Below, click on any cover from Cartoons Magazine‘s first year of publication — 1912 — to find postings from that particular month’s edition. January 1912, Volume One, Number One… February 1912, Volume One, Number Two… March 1912, Volume One, Number Three… April […]

1912 Democratic National Convention, Part 3: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

Above, held until now, from the January 1912 issue One of Cartoons Magazine, a page on the effort of cities trying to get the Democratic National Convention (and its business) to be held in their city. At this point, the Republicans has already decided upon Chicago. The cartoons from the Chicago Daily News (top left) […]

That Kentucky Meat Shower — Professor Tigwissel’s Investigation: Tigwissel Tuesdays #27 (+ Revue)

On March 3rd, 1876, a shower of meat — estimated to be about a “horse wagon full” — rained from the sky, near Olympia Springs, Kentucky. This created an excitement amongst numerous scientists, some of whom investigated at the scene, and many who tested the meat to determine what it kind it was, from samples […]

William Jennings Bryan: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, July 1912, Part 3 + Cartoons Magazine Revue

In 1912, neither the Republican nor Democratic parties entered their conventions with their Presidential nominees decided. As we’ve already seen, this resulted in the Republican Party tearing itself in two. At this point, the 1912 Democratic Convention is yet to come, and cartoonists were still speculating on whether William Jennings Bryan — three times the […]

Sports & Concrete Furniture: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, January 1912, Part 7

WARNING: Some of the below cartoons contain racist imagery and slurs. We close out our extracts from the January 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, with Sports, and Concrete Furniture. Yes, concrete furniture. When I spotted the first cartoon above, I at first thought this was a totally fascetious joke. Then I noticed a second concrete […]

Women’s History: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, January 1912, Part 6

I’m approaching two years here on SuperI.T.C.H., during which what examples of Women’s Suffrage cartoons I’ve shown have basically been in March, during Women’s History Month. However, female suffrage appeared frequently as a subject in Cartoons Magazine, so count on seeing a few examples throughout this year, as I continue to post month-by-month extracts in […]

Cartoons Magazine Centennial, January 1912, Part 5; Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons, Part 76

Our coverage of the centennial of Cartoons Magazine, continues with more extracts from the January 1912 debut issue. Above, adjust the $ amount mentioned, for 100 years worth of inflation, and this would make a perfect cartoon for the 99 versus 1 percent outcry, of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Beneath, one cartoon from several […]

Cartoons Magazine Centennial, January 1912, Part 4

Above, cartoons about the Democratic side of the 1912 Presidential race. Compared to the pages worth devoted to T.R. — and to President Taft’s worries about T.R. possibly running — the Democratic side was loaded with candidates (bottom left of the above page), including repeat candidate (and future anti-Evolution loon), William J. Bryan (bottom right, […]

The Reformers’ Big Feed: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, January 1912, Part 3

Cartoons Magazine‘s centennial continues with still more extracts from its January 1912 first issue. Above, from the newspaper Denver Republican, we see a group of “reformers” engaged in what hardly looks like “reforming”. Below, Political News Faker, by Ole May, appropriately re-presented in time for the upcoming South Carolina primary, known for particularly dirty tricks […]

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