Vote Now: Judging the World of Caricature
By Wednesday, political cartoonists will have had their "first 100 days" to build their best Obama caricatures. The president's ears and smile have taken front-and-center in many caricatures so far, but some more critical cartoons have also aimed to depict him as overmatched or under-experienced --- sometimes depicting him as small relative to the size of world events, other times rendering him with such kidlike accoutrements as beanie caps.
But what about other world leaders? As Obama has traveled abroad more, cartoonists have set their sights anew on such cartoonland "baddies" as Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and North Korea's Kim Jong-Il.
So who has drawn a foreign leaders most creatively and most bitingly satiric recently? Here are five that caught my eye -- now, the final vote is yours:
| April 27, 2009; 11:30 AM ET
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