Cartoons and torches

Cartoons and torches

After writing history of the different reactions to the cartoon of Alejandro Salazar about the accident in the Carnival of Oruro (Bolivia). The newspaper La Razón asked me to send them my opinion and accompany it with a cartoon. This is the image that will … Read more

Cartoons and death, the Al-Azar case

Cartoons and torches

This story begins with an accident. On Saturday 1 March 2014, during the Carnival celebrations in Oruro, Bolivia, a catwalk collapsed on a group of participants in the carnival entrance, a massive parade that attracts thousands of people. The accident killed five people, four of … Read more

The truth about comic books

Cartoons and torches

The truth about comics With this tasty title over a drawing of a spider’s web adorns this disturbing 8-page American booklet, which I gather was published in the early to mid-1950s and warns of the dangers of comic books. This scary tale begins by saying … Read more

The ugly Chinese

Cartoons and torches

Translation of the cartoon:“They cheat you like Spaniards” The ugly Chinese In each review of what they have come to call news, I face and blink at many to add them to this list, a large part of which are absurd. Admittedly, this kind of … Read more

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Twitter is on fire

Cartoons and torches

Twitter is on fire, social networks are on fire, whoever or whatever is stirring up the Internet. I declare open war on these tontolares and all their variants. They usually have behind them an opinion column signed by the loudmouth of the day, who makes … Read more