New Yorker cartoon editor Robert Mankoff was in Denver last night as the featured guest at the Denver Press Club.Â The event was hosted by Denver Post cartoonist Mike Keefe and Rocky Mountain News cartoonist Ed Stein.
Editorial cartoonist from around the world met in New York at the United Nations to discuss the topic of free expression and respect for religious beliefs. Representing the United States was Mike Luckovich of the Atlanta Journal Constitution.Â Fifteen cartoonists from Denmark, the Middle East, US and Africa attended.Â U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan opened the seminar.
The are testing out Baby Blues, F minus, Lio, Over the Hedge, Red and Rover, Soup to Nutz, and Watch Your Head.You can head over and vote now.Â The do ask for an email address, gender, age, etc. I took the poll twice, so unless they’re filtering it on the back end, it looks like this survey could be easily hi-jacked.
Michael Jantz’s art work will be featured at Cartoonlandia in San Francisco on October 19.Â Mark Fiore’s work will also be shown.
Mark Tatulli’s Lio has won the Hartford Courant’s online comics poll according to E&P. That poll was protested by NCS President Rick Stromoski (who’s feature Soup to Nutz was not comic in the poll).Â Lio was up against Brevity, F Minus, On a Claire Day, and Silo Roberts.