Sunday, December 9, 2007

Sunday afternoon toons

This week's round-up, via Daryl Cagle, is bristling with jabs at the National Intelligence Estimate leaked last week, but those interested in Romney's "faith" speech, the two-headed Hillary-Obama exhibit, the sub-prime bubble, and Sudanese terror over a teddy bear also got their licks in.

p3 Picks of the Week Mike Lane, Mike Keefe, Bob Englehart, John Trever, and Steve Sack.

Henry Payne's tribute to the late Evil Kneivel isn't quite as cool as the one Mike Luckovich sent Dale Earnhardt back at the time, but it's plenty good enough to earn this week's p3 Special Mention.

Ann Telnaeus considers Trent Lott's abrupt career change--or is it really just a wardrobe change?

Opus faces the language police. (Salon Premium)

The Comics Curmudgeon pays tribute on the passing this week of Al Scaduto, the artist behind the long-running "They'll Do It Every Time" newspaper strip.

p3 Bonus Toon: Jesse Springer reminds us not to let all that pesky old flooding interfere with what's really important this season:

No comments: