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2018 Editorial Cartoons in Review

 

Editorial Cartoonists get love from newspapers at the end of the year with
the annual wrap up of events that made the cartoons during the past 12 months.
Here’s a look back at 2018 events as seen by political cartoonists.

 

 

As usual, the [Cincinnati] Business Courier asked editorial cartoonist Joe Hoffecker to comb through his funnies from the year to choose his very favorites.
This year’s selection did not disappoint.

 

 

 

Trump’s sophomore year in the White House made for plenty of ammunition for political cartoonist Ben Sargent. In the pages of the [Texas] Observer in 2018, the former Pulitzer Prize winner covered lots of ground.

 

 

 

Montreal Gazette cartoonist Boris looks back [with commentary] at the people, places and events that caught his attention in the past year.

 

 

 

Kevin Necessary and WCPO in Cincinnati “look back on this last orbit around the sun through that most elegant of art forms: the editorial cartoon”!

 

 

 

The Economist “editors pick the KAL cartoons that sum up 2018.”

 

 

 

The Best of Bruce MacKinnon  – 2018, from the Halifax Chronicle Herald.

 

 

 

Best Editorial Cartoons of 2018 from the (Torrance, CT.) Register Citizen syndicate files.

 

 

 

So much happened this year—every single hour, it seemed—that my 2018 cartoons remind me of incidents I’ve almost forgotten. Remember when we were about to make peace with North Korea? That women were finally believed when they dimed out their sexual abusers? When the Pennsylvania Supreme Court gave the state semi-sensible voting districts? Hey, anyone remember who won the Super Bowl?

How Signe Wilkinson drew the year’s biggest moments for the Philly Inquirer and Daily News.

 

 

 

From the Washington Post comes Ann Telnaes best of the year.

 

 

 

Washington Post editors pick some of their syndicated favorites.

 

 

 

The Washington Post presents The Best Tom Toles Editorial Cartoons of 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

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