American Splendor. Bob and Harv's comics

First acquisition of the year in the recovery plan of comics lost in removals, lent forever or that just vanished. Now it's the turn of "American Splendor. The comics of Bob and Harv", published by The Dome Before explaining why everyone should read and/or own

#ThreeFingers for Myanmar, cartoonists against the coup

Cartoon of #ThreeFingers On 1 February the military staged a coup d'état in Myanmar. The result was the arrest of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi and members of the National League for Democracy (NDL), which had won the election by a large majority. Dozens

Humour in troubles, a collection of cases (III)

194 cases Third part of this compilation that I started in 2014. It is a list with summaries of cases grouped by different periods. It has been chopped up because, even when summarising a lot, they were too long and became uncomfortable to read and

Telegraph cartoonist Matt Pritchett earns £650,000 a year

Page from the magazine Private Eye, seen here It is not very common to know what cartoonists of a certain prestige earn. There is no "official" rate, the normal thing is that they are "freelancers" (here they are self-employed), who work for various media and

Humour in trouble, a collection of cases (II)

The two previous instalments can be consulted here. Humour in trouble (I). Cases from 1978 to 2016 Humour in trouble (III). Cases from 2020 onwards I had to cut it up because it was getting too long and the post was starting to have problems