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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, December 07, 2007

Vote Early, Vote Grumpy

Here's our annual Best of Borgman survey, launching this morning! Sorry, no "I Voted Today" stickers. Results will run on Sunday January 6th both online and in print.


at 12/8/07, 10:40 AM Blogger Wettengel said...

I'd be interested in which Blog posts generated the most comments (and if possible most links and views) That would be an interesting end of year stat to have. I wonder if that is possible.

at 12/8/07, 5:38 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the one where you stated that Bush sucked and that you hated him that one was the best

at 12/8/07, 7:38 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey Jim...the rainbow cartoon...which one of the dems is the homosexual?
the one in the pantsuit,right?

at 12/8/07, 7:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

count, cheers, aids/hiv

at 12/8/07, 10:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I did complete the survey but I must comment that it was hard for me to pick my favorite from the suggestions for each category. They are all the best. Such a treat to look forward each day to your perspective on our world. Thanks, great toons.

I hope you can enjoy this blessed season.


at 12/9/07, 3:56 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Borgmans "persepective"?

Bush = Bad.

DemoKKKrats = Good.

Now you don't have to find his cartoon everyday. :)

at 12/10/07, 10:14 AM Blogger Jim Borgman said...

Nobody's making you tune in, friends.

at 12/10/07, 12:55 PM Blogger Steve Willhite said...

"Nobody's making you tune in, friends."

Some people aren't happy unless they're unhappy about something.

Keep up the good work, sir! Great stuff all year long. Thanks.

at 12/10/07, 3:40 PM Anonymous Wekly Cartoonist said...

I think a blog editor should chuck out all the nonsense ranting on this site. "Ditto" cartoon my favorite.

at 12/10/07, 3:53 PM Blogger April Patterson said...

Sorry to be OT, but I haven't been able to find a way to contact you about "Zits."

I am pretty sure that in the strip, Jeremy has said that he could not take his learner's-permit test until he turned 16. Last week and today, there have been strips featuring him taking the test. Does that mean you have allowed him to turn 16?

at 12/11/07, 9:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is my favorite. You know, the one where you lied about Saddam's WMDS!

at 12/12/07, 10:52 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Jim 10:14 Do you only want people who argree with you to comment? You have to admitt dude (or not) you were in a funk. I miss the good old days when you were fair. As much as you hate Bush you have to admit that not all this crap that is going on is because of him. No one in Goverment is out to help the little guy, why is only Bush the one that came up with the idea to help all these people with the house payments? Dumb idea and does not help enough people Where is the Dem congress? Why not call them on the carpet? I know you don't care, and most likly not going to read this but if your job is to take a stand and you chose that position it (seems like your positions is to stand for the little guy and not big business)then if people disagree either fight for you position or let it go. By the way you are apart of Cincinnati and you are one of the best I love coming here and seeing things about how stupid we are in Cincinnati and all the other great comments that you make out our town that why I am come back from time to time I took your poll voted hope it helps. And for the others who are crying because people disagree with Jim, guess what the average person looks at the picture not the lines and all the other stuff we are not artist. To Wekly Cartoonist i guess you don't like a free press were everyone has a right to speak. Im sorry, it's not that, it's just as long as they speak what you want to hear. What's the old saying " I may not like what you say but I will fight to the death for you to say it. " I think all the people who make the comments that you don't like or that you do like, will say Jim can draw.

at 12/15/07, 8:41 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe the high school kids can be an example to the baseball players!!

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