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Posted at 12:12 PM ET, 02/10/2010

SNOW GALLERY: Cartoons from the Blizzard of 2010 [UPDATED]

By Michael Cavna

[NOTE: Cartoons from Snowmageddon: The Sequel will be updated on an ongoing basis.]


For the most part, a scan of editorial-page cartoons in recent days is a pretty fair indicator of where the cartoonists live.

Across the country, many newspaper artists are drawing tea bags, Toyota brakes and "Who Dat" Super Bowl salutes. From Fredericksburg to Pittsburgh, however, cartoonists near the latest "snow zone" are turning their pens and Wite-Out to the Eastern Seaboard whiteout.

The Post's TOM TOLES and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's
ROB ROGERS have drawn some of our favorite snow 'toons this week.

So whether you're snowbound at home or surviving the slushy commute, here is Comic Riffs's ongoing Gallery of Snowmageddon: The 'Toons of 2010.


NATE BEELER:

beeler10.jpg Washington Examiner / cagle.com


KIRK WALTERS:

walters10.jpg The Toledo Blade / cagle.com


CHRIS BRITT:

britt10.jpg The State Journal-Register (Springfield, Ill.) / cagle.com


KEN CATALINO:

catalino10,jpg.jpg Syndicated / cagle.com


JEFF KOTERBA:
koterba10.jpg Omaha World-Herald / cagle.com


ROB ROGERS:

rogers.jpg Pittsburgh Post-Gazette / cagle.com

CLAY JONES:

clayjones.jpg.gif The Freelance-Star, Fredericksburg / cagle.com


RANDY BISH:

bish.jpg Pittsburgh Tribune-Review / cagle.com


MIKE KEEFE:

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By Michael Cavna  | February 10, 2010; 12:12 PM ET
Categories:  The Political Cartoon  | Tags:  Chris Britt, Clay Jones, Jeff Koterba, Ken Catalino, Kirk Walters, Nate Beeler, Randy Bish, Rob Rogers, Tom Toles  
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