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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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Women’s History Month: Female Cartoonists 1913: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

What better way for us to begin Women’s History Month, than with a review of the (few) instances in which Cartoons Magazine focused the pages they regularly devoted upon cartoonists themselves, on women. In the monthly title’s first year-and-a-half, these are nearly all of the pages on or by women (we’ll show one next week, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Broad Brush: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, May 1912, Part 14

We close up our coverage of the May 1912 fifth issue of Cartoons Magazine, with a hodge-podge of topics. Above, two cartoons concerning the Post Office using the Interstate Commerce Commission, to limit private carriers of packages, out of fear that such competition would drive the Post Office itself out of business. Much, much later, […]

Baseball: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, May 1912, Part 13

For our Lucky Thirteenth posting this month, from the May 1912 outing of Cartoons Magazine, we get to the topic of the nation’s favorite pastime — from back in the days it truly was — Baseball. Above, the King of Sports, as depicted by Boardman Robinson. Below, cartoonists from local papers, depicting their hometown teams: […]

Teddy Roosevelt: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, May 1912, Part 12

It’s Teddy Time again, as we continue our up-to-the-minute coverage, of the Presidential Election of 1912! Today’s round of jewels, of course come from the May 1912 Centennial issue of Cartoons Magazine! Above, tongue-in-cheek, Saint Teddy Roosevelt, as pictured by cartoonist Fontaine Fox. Below, a set of cartoons by John DeMar (hinting that T.R. might […]

Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #90 / Cartoons Magazine Centennial, May 1912, Part 11

The above Herbert Johnson cartoon, contained in the May 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, might as well have been published today, for all the current Republican rhetoric about how “Corporations are People”, and “Money equals Free Speech” (Citizens United decision). Below, from between-wars Germany, taking from the poor, to give to the military machine… (plus, […]

Women’s Suffrage: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, May 1912, Part 10

Above, from the May 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, a couple of pages on Women’s Suffrage from Britain (right) and Germany (left). Deliberately juxtaposed, I’m sure, for the fact that both make reference to prepping for war against the other. The British anti-suffrage cartoon, referencing using the suffragettes themselves as weapons of war. The German […]

William Howard Taft: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, May 1912, Part 9

We continue our coverage of the Big Hitters of the Election of 1912, with the biggest of them all — William Howard Taft! Above, Lee Wright Stanley — looking awfully Dr. Seuss-like — depicts incumbent & 2nd-term-wannabe President Taft, attempting to lead the G.O.P. across a deep chasm, atop a human chain of slipping postmasters […]

European Cartoons: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, May 1912, Part 8

Today, from French, German, and British sources, a sampling of European cartoons appearing in the May 1912 edition of Cartoons Magazine. Amongst today’s posting, are works by cartoonists Johann Bahr, G. Ri, Jean-Louis Forain, Jules-Abel Faivre, and W.K. Haselden. Click on the above & below pictures, to better view the cartoons and their captions. Doug […]

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