Occupy Wall Street Cartoons, Post 2
There has been significant interest in the subject of political cartoons on Occupy Wall Street. Here are a few new cartoons and links of collections of cartoons. The crackdowns on the OWS protesters this week have created new images connected to the subject–such as the anonymous or otherwise militarized police and the question of Constitutional rights.
Drew Sheneman-Tribune Media Services
Michael Ramirez-Creators Syndicate
While the comparison of the OWS movement to the Tea Party is undoubtedly important, the above cartoon seems shallow and not terribly humorous. The below piece, on the other hand, is more evocative–and not entirely clear on its political stance.
Don Wright-Tribune Media Services
The above from: U.S. News (See link for 22 more cartoons)
See below for:
Independent comic artists on the OWS movement
Liberal Website Daily Kos features regular comics as part of their activism
Michael Cavna’s Washington Post column on cartoons
Daryl Cagle’s Cartoon Blog
*Independent comic artists on the OWS movement:
*Liberal Website Daily Kos features a regular comics feature as part of their activism:
*A Tale of Two Occupy Cartoonists, from the Washington Post “Comic Riffs” blog by Michael Cavna.
*Daryl Cagle’s Cartoon Blog–two different views on the protests:
*Another good collection of cartoons, including the below:
What cartoons have struck you as interesting or important? What sources are you looking at? Is there a cartoonist you love (or dislike)? Please comment below.