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Jim Borgman has been the Enquirer's editorial cartoonist since 1976. Borgman has won every major award in his field, including the 1991 Pulitzer Prize, the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year in 1993, and most recently, the Adamson Award in 2005 as International Cartoonist of the Year. His award-winning daily comic strip Zits, co-created with Jerry Scott, chronicles the life of 15-year-old Jeremy Duncan, his family and friends through the glories and challenges of the teenage years. Since debuting in July 1997, Zits has regularly finished #1 in reader comics polls across America and is syndicated in more than 1300 newspapers around the world.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Anything Here?


at 8/21/07, 1:50 PM Blogger matta said...

Go with the first. Second is practically historical. Heck, I didn't even recognize her when her pic was shown on tv. 3rd is just dated. Bush lost Republican control almost a year ago...Be funnier if Bush was looking for Rove so they can start planning for their 2008 re-election.

Suggestion on first. Instead of beach/bench play on words, have 2 Iraqi politicians spraying graffeti on a public bench. One shrugging to the other, "Who knows? Apparently its what America wants..." with a caption below, lost in translation...

at 8/21/07, 1:53 PM Anonymous BorgFan said...

The beach one seems a bit late.

The Leona Helmsley sketch is pretty funny, but seems a bit cliched.

I like the Karl Rove sketch quite a bit.

at 8/21/07, 2:04 PM Blogger Thomas said...

I think the 3rd one is the best, but I agree with the 1st commenter that Bush's statement is dated, however with carl rove leaving in a week or so, the image totally work, just what bush is saying needs to be updated.

at 8/22/07, 6:48 AM Anonymous Dan said...

#1 is fantastic! Glad to see it made it to print.

#2 is funny as all.... I'm just not sure how it would translate to anyone under the age of 40 who doesn't remember Helmsley at the height of her being mean.

#3 Well, I suppose I'm tired of Bush. The cartoon states the obvious, and there's nothing funny about the free world being led by a puppet who's lost his puppeteer. Last week marionette cartoon was a classic. I'd let it go at that.

Keep up the great work!

at 8/22/07, 9:51 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad cheney/evil/satan/halliburton remains

at 8/27/07, 4:05 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I never thought it was possible to have a negative dimensional president!

at 8/27/07, 4:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think the fairy god mother could run the country better

at 8/27/07, 4:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i wish there was a ticket out of bush-hell

at 8/27/07, 6:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

weapons of mass destruction: us airlines and engines; terrorists: the engineers who design and build them

at 8/27/07, 6:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spreading AIDS the quickest:
1. US American high schools
2. Atlanta and Hartford
3. American businessmen
4. Commercials for Viagra

at 8/28/07, 10:13 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

cat abuse: putting the death cat on Georgie's desk, which needs to happen soon

at 8/28/07, 10:15 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Senator Craig leaves Romney campaign
Idaho's Larry E. Craig left the campaign amid controversy over his arrest for disorderly conduct in a bathroom.

at 8/28/07, 10:28 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how come the american public can't outsmart the dumbest president in the history of the united states?

at 8/28/07, 11:03 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

you mean lonely at the bottom
the suitcase should have said bogey (old men, old ideas)

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