Fugging Editorial Cartoons
For a few years now, I've been doing occasional editorial cartoon roundups on topics like evil dead presidents ("Sure he supported apartheid--but he had a GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR!", Ray Charles forced to entertain Ronald Reagan in Heaven") and same-sex marriage. But I've always focused on the message or theme of the cartoons and have generally kept any snide remarks about drawing techniques or excessive use of labeling and symbolic donkeys and elephants to myself.
Thankfully the Comics Curmudgeon shows no such restraint in his first guest post for Wonkette, Cartoon Violence, in which he gives editorial cartoons the Go Fug Yourself treatment. If I drank coffee, I would have sprayed it out my nose.
The main Comics Curmudegeon site is pretty awesome in its own right, with hilarious close readings of the latest Mark Trail and Blondie strips, among others. I even discovered that there is a rabbit in For Better or For Worse that behaves exactly like my dumb, dumb cat.
(Thanks to Jape for the link).