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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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Friday, November 16, 2007

Rounding Third and...


19 Comments:

at 11/16/07, 11:53 AM Blogger Rus said...

I was waiting for this one today. Thanks.

 
at 11/16/07, 2:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

simply beautiful

 
at 11/16/07, 2:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

As always - a fitting tribute.

 
at 11/16/07, 3:04 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a fitting tribute to such a wonderful man! I've been thinking all day of how you might do this cartoon and, as always, it is perfect. Thank you!

 
at 11/16/07, 3:34 PM Blogger Molly said...

Very poignant. The Old Lefthander has rounded third and is headed for Home. Thanks Jim.

 
at 11/16/07, 3:36 PM Blogger Brian said...

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at 11/16/07, 3:45 PM Blogger Brian said...

Jim -- Thank you. A home run, as usual...

An interesting question was raised by one of my-co-workers. Do you ever have obit cartoons (for lack of a better phrase) planned in advance, like how the major networks always seem to have celebrity obits pre-packaged and ready to go? Do you start thinking about them when somebody famous (like Joe) goes into the hospital for a serious condition, etc.? Or are they spontaneous creations, like most everything else? Just curious...

 
at 11/16/07, 5:04 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tribute to a great broadcaster and even better man.

 
at 11/16/07, 10:10 PM Anonymous Brian - Anderson Twp said...

Well done.

 
at 11/17/07, 2:28 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks JIM WE LOVE YA NUX

 
at 11/17/07, 3:37 PM Anonymous Cincinattian said...

His hat is in the wrong hand. Being a left hander myself, the natural move would be to remove and hold the hat in our left hand...

 
at 11/18/07, 4:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

he'll take 7 Red Sox World Series wins with him!!

 
at 11/18/07, 5:52 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

HOMERUN!!

 
at 11/19/07, 1:31 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear "Cincinattian", you spelled "Cincinnatian" wrong.
See, we all make mistakes.
Great work, Jim.

 
at 11/19/07, 1:54 PM Anonymous Ryan said...

I'm going to be a major dork here so bear with me, Cincinattian, but Nux's slogan was "Rounding third and heading for home", if the picture above shows what we can only presume to be Nuxhall at third base on his way to home plate, he'd be raising his hat to the fans closest to him (fans closest to third base would, logically, be on the right-hand side of the player), hence Nux holding up his hat with his right hand saluting the fans closest to the field on his way home.

That said, great tribute to one of baseball's classiest acts, Jim!

 
at 11/19/07, 2:56 PM Blogger fran watson said...

Has nothing to do with Joe.

But a thought keeps running thru my mind ever since I heard Mr. Bush speaking on his solution to lousy travel situations.

"Oh, my Gawd! W is going "fix" the airlines!"

 
at 11/19/07, 7:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Home / News / Nation
Dick Wilson, the fussy `Mr. Whipple' of `Don't squeeze the Charmin' TV commercials, dies at 91
Email|Print| Text size – + By Jeff Wilson
Associated Press Writer / November 19, 2007
LOS ANGELES --Dick Wilson, the character actor and pitchman who for 21 years played an uptight grocer begging customers "Please, don't squeeze the Charmin," died Monday. He was 91.

 
at 11/19/07, 7:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Red Sox and Mike Lowell have agreed to a three-year deal that will keep the World Series MVP in Boston, according to baseball sources close to the negotiations. Sources indicate to the AP that the three year deal is worth $37.5 million.

good-bye Indians

 
at 11/23/07, 2:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking for the baseball fans in and around Pittsburgh we will all miss this true gentleman of baseball and the real image of Cincinnati.

 
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