Only 25 shopping days until Christmas--if someone wants to get through the doors at Wal-Mart before you, my advice is to let 'em.
Bob Geiger's Saturday toon review features Portland political cartoonist Jack Ohman. And don't miss Mike Luckovich (the second one) and Jeff Danziger.
Daryl Cagle's round-up has a mix of Obama administration picks and the continuing economic mess.
p3 Picks of the Week: Daryl Cagle, Mike Lane, Jeff Parker, Jimmy Margulies, and Dana Summers.
p3 Award for Best Adaptation from Another Medium: Jeff Fitzsimmons.
p3 World Toon Review: Stephane Peray (Bangkok) , Olle Johansson (Sweden), and Vince O'Farrell (Wallongong, Australia).
p3 Award for Best Adaptation from Another Medium (Foreign): Michael Kountouris (Greece).
Ann Telnaes challenges you to tell which is gobbledygook, and which is just gobble.
Portland homeboy Jack Ohman detects a subtle difference.
WayLay discovers that justice still leaves unanswered questions.
Peace on Earth (1939) is an MGM classic from the eve of World War II. The juxtaposition of the too-cute-for-words animals (a trademark of director Hugh Harmon) and the dark, apocalyptic theme is pretty striking, and probably goes a long way toward explaining why it's almost never seen anymore. Nevertheless, it's earned its spot at number 40 on the list of 50 Greatest Cartoons.
p3 Bonus Toon: Jesse Springer ponders the up side--and the down side--of dropping gas prices. (Click to enlarge.)