CfP: Cartoon Conflicts and Caricature Wars

CfP: Cartoon Conflicts and Caricature Wars Richard Scully of the University of New England (Australia) and Paulo Jorge Fernandesof NOVA University in Lisbon (Portugal) have launched a book entitled Cartoon Conflicts and Caricature Wars CfP under the title "Cartoon Conflicts: Contemporary Controversies and Historical Precedents"

Plantu retires

Plantu retires Plantu in Le Monde, 5 December 1978 Jean Plantureux, better known as Plantu, has announced that he will soon be leaving the newspaper for which he has been drawing cartoons for 50 years. He is the second cartoonist to lose Le Monde this

Espé, the cartoonist who was fired on his first day on the job

Espé's first and last cartoon in the new Tour de France section of the newspaper L'Humanité. French cartoonist "Espé" may have broken a record. He has been fired just after his first cartoon was published in a section that was inaugurated by the newspaper. Sébastien

Morning News to stop publishing cartoons after controversy over abortion and blacks

A cartoon on abortion and blacks that has led to the disappearance of the cartoons in the newspaper. Another case for the sack. On Thursday 11 June, the Florence, South Carolina Morning News of Florence, South Carolina, published in its paper edition this syndicated cartoon