If you're a kid you can get shot if you're already in America. And Russia won't let you be adopted here if you're not. Oh yeah -- and milk will probably be $8/gallon next month because congressional Republicans would rather crash the government than give the Kenyan Socialist anything that might somehow be considered a win. Wonderful.
And too bad for that poor diapered little bastard who has to take over for 2013, too.
Today's toons were handed off by some old beareded guy with a scythe from the week's pages at GoComics, McClatchyDC.com, Slate, Time, About.com, Daryl Cagle, and other fine sources.
p3 Picks of the Week: Mike Luckovich, Joel Pett, Jim Morin, Lee Judge, Walt Handlesman, Chad Lowe, Lisa Benson, Michael Ramirez, Chuck Asay, Steve Breen, Daryl Cagle, Matt Wuerker, John Cole, Jen Sorenson, and Monte Wolverton.
p3 Best of Show: Mike Smith.
p3 Legion of Extreme Merit (with Mistletoe): Clay Bennett.
p3 Award for Best Adaptation from Another Medium: Jimmy Margulies, John Darkow, Adam Zyglis, Clay Bennett and Jeff Stahler.
p3 Clay Bennett.
p3 World Toon Review: Ingrid Rice (Canada), Petar Pismestrovic (Austria), Michael Kountouris (Greece), and Cam Cardow (Canada),
Ann Telnaes examines NRA body language.
Mark Fiore celebrates the NRA case reduced to bumper stickers.
Taiwan's Next Media Animation gives their take on the current situation of Tim Tebow. Who knew Jesus nailed people with a football from heaven?
How do you get death threats as a story writer for Spider-Man? Like this.
Tom Tomorrow presents 2012 in review, Part 1. You'll be amazed how much wretched stuff you've forgotten since January!
Keith Knight shares the Christmas edition of Life's Little Victories. Yes!
Tom the Dancing Bug's Super-Fun-Pak Comix celebrates its 100th anniversary!
Red Meat's Ted Johnson explains to his son why we must underfund and mock science.
The Comics Curmudgeon acknowledges the season of punishments and rewards from a monstrous orange deity. No, not this one. Not this one either. This one.
Happy New Year! Yippee! Hooray! “The Wabbit Who Came to Supper” (1942), directed by Fritz Freleng, story by Michael Maltese, musical direction by Carl Stalling, with vocal work by Portlands own Mel Blanc (Bugs) and Arthur Q. Bryan (Elmer). Both Bugs and Elmer are in early versions who changed noticeably between the early and late 1940s.
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The p3 Big Oregon Toon Block:
Jack Ohman acknowledges (for a tiny little while longer, grandfathered in as an Oregonian before he settles in at his new job at the Sacramento Bee) Russia's new foreign adoption policy.
Matt Bors presents the one ultraviolent computer game that the NRA doesn't currently disapprove of.
Jesse Springer warns of the end of the world as we know it:
Test your toon-captioning kung fu at The New Yorker's weekly caption-the-cartoon contest. (Rules here.)