Does This Michael Jackson Cartoon Cross the Line?
There've been cartoons of tribute (spotlights, moonwalk moves and single sequinned gloves). We've seen cartoons of snarkiness. But perhaps none has been immediately more of a visual lightning rod than Mike Luckovich's response to Michael Jackson's death (a cartoon that 'Riffs linked to this morning).
The Atlanta Journal Constitution cartoonist says he's gotten his share of feedback. "Quite a bit," Luckovich tells Comic Riffs. "It's been kind of fun."
So what you do think, cartoon connoisseurs? Is Luckovich on the money, or do you disagree with his commentary? You're invited to vote below.
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| June 26, 2009; 6:00 PM ET
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