Let's kick it off, as always, with Daryl Cagle's toon round-up for this week.
p3 Picks of the Week: Mike Luckovich, Pat Bagley, R. J. Matson, John Trever, Monte Wolverton, Adam Zyglis, John Cole, Jeff Stahler, Ed Stein, Nate Beeler, Cameron Cardow, and Joe Heller.
p3 Best of Show: Bill Day.
p3 Legion of Merit: John Darkow,
p3 "Old Joke, New Context" Citation: Mike Keefe.
p3 World Toon Review: Cam Cardow (Canada), and Stephane Peray (Thailand).
Ann Telnaes looks at some signs of the times.
(And here's a little lagniappe.)
Feeling a little run-down? Tom Tomorrow just might know the reason why.
Democracy in Afghanistan? Portland homeboy Jack Ohman has his doubts.
Relinquish me, you foul, gibbering feline, you! Last week, in our run-up to Halloween, we presented "Claws for Alarm," the second of the Chuck Jones horror-themed Porky and Sylvester trilogy. ("Scaredy Cat" was the first.) This week we finish up our tribute with the third, and probably best-known--and definitely the funniest--of the set: "Jumpin' Jupiter," from 1955. No sinister glinty-eyed mice in this one!
p3 Bonus Toon: Always remember Jesse Springer's First Rule: It can always get worse.
And remember to bookmark Slate's political cartoon for today.