Winner of the 2013 Herblock award; 2015 Society of Illustrators Silver Medal recipient; 2015 first place AAN award for cartooning; 2015 Pulitzer finalist.

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Election aftermath

Read it on Daily Kos.
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One year ago

I watched this happen.

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The general’s legacy

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Year in review

It is that time again, when I start compiling the weirdest/strangest/stupidest moments of the past year for what has become something of a tradition, my Year in Review cartoons (previous examples here and here). You get to relive the craziness of the past year, and I get to take a week or two off for the holidays like a normal human being. Everybody wins! The trouble is, I have the approximate memory of a gnat, so these things end up being research-intensive. So today, it’s time for another yearly tradition: my annual plea for help. Send in your suggestions for the craziest of the crazy of the past year, to tomtomorrow (at) gmail (dot) com. I’ll even pick a name at random from all the submissions and send a free signed book, just to sweeten the pot.

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Two things you can do to support indie cartoonists

1. Go help Bors meet the stretch goal on his Kickstarter. Deadline’s coming up in a few days.

2. Go buy my damn book.

That is all.

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