(image courtesy of Bob Mankoff / The New Yorker) Enough with simply putting Charlie Sheen's quotes to New Yorker cartoons. The magazine's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, tells Comic Riffs he felt compelled to put Charlie Sheen in New Yorker...
Self-portrait of The New Yorker cartoon Editor Bob Mankoff (Special to The Washington Post / courtesy of Bob Mankoff) Men, women and tykes are stripped down to their birthday suits, a tarmac of naked backsides waiting patiently to board...
| December 16, 2010; 4:00 PM ET |
Categories: Gag Cartoons, Interviews With Cartoonists, This Riffster's Reading List | Tags: Bob Mankoff, Roz Chast, The New Yorker
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In the wake of Leo Cullum's passing last week, Comic Riffs noted that the sublime gag cartoonist had seen more than 800 of his works published in The New Yorker -- 819, to be precise. This week, in fitting...
(courtesy of the New Yorker) There's the stereotype of the gag cartoonist as a somewhat maladjusted shut-in, forever shackled to a drawing board and a deadline, let out only for book tours and comics conventions. Then, as the one-man...
| October 26, 2010; 2:00 PM ET |
Categories: Gag Cartoons, Interviews With Cartoonists | Tags: Art Spiegelman, Barry Blitt, Drew Dernavich, Leo Cullum, Liza Donnelly, Matthew Diffee, Roz Chast, The New Yorker
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