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MetLife Grounds Snoopy. Curse You, Red Baron!
A Malaysian Political Cartoonist on Facing His Fears, and Prison, for Art

A Malaysian Political Cartoonist on Facing His Fears, and Prison, for Art

The Malaysian political cartoonist who goes by the name Zunar is under investigation.
Charlie Hebdo, a Lightning Rod in France, Hits German Newsstands

Charlie Hebdo, a Lightning Rod in France, Hits German Newsstands

The satirical newspaper, the target of an attack in 2015 that killed top editors and cartoonists, has started a German edition that features Angela Merkel on its first cover.
Charlie Hebdo, a Lightning Rod in France, Hits German Newsstands

Charlie Hebdo, a Lightning Rod in France, Hits German Newsstands

The satirical newspaper, the target of an attack in 2015 that killed top editors and cartoonists, has started a German edition that features Angela Merkel on its first cover.
The Making of Virtually Real Art With Google’s Tilt Brush

The Making of Virtually Real Art With Google’s Tilt Brush

Roz Chast’s cartoon made with Tilt Brush.
An Artist Helps iTunes’ User Agreement Go Down Easy

An Artist Helps iTunes’ User Agreement Go Down Easy

Steve Jobs (or someone like him), meet Homer Simpson (or someone like him).
An Artist Helps iTunes’ User Agreement Go Down Easy

An Artist Helps iTunes’ User Agreement Go Down Easy

Steve Jobs (or someone like him), meet Homer Simpson (or someone like him).
Entrepreneurship: Is It a Toy? Is It Art? Everyone Agrees It’s a Collectible

Entrepreneurship: Is It a Toy? Is It Art? Everyone Agrees It’s a Collectible

Frank Kozik, chief creative officer at Kidrobot, with Yummy World toys, at left. The company hopes to sell the child-friendly line through mass-market retailers.
Jack Ziegler, Cartoonist at The New Yorker, Dies at 74

Jack Ziegler, Cartoonist at The New Yorker, Dies at 74

Jack Ziegler contributed more than 1,600 cartoons to The New Yorker beginning in the mid-1970s. His work, which featured talking toasters, the Lone Ranger, Sammy Davis Jr. and more, was defined by a
Joe Harris, Illustrator Behind Underdog and Trix Rabbit, Dies at 89

Joe Harris, Illustrator Behind Underdog and Trix Rabbit, Dies at 89

Underdog, Joe Harris’s unlikely television superhero.
Marvel Will Discipline Artist Who Sneaked Political Messages Into X-Men

Marvel Will Discipline Artist Who Sneaked Political Messages Into X-Men

Marvel said it would remove artwork from the first issue of X-Men Gold after readers suggested it contained religious and political messaging.
Chinese Media Is Subdued in the Face of North Korea-U.S. Standoff

Chinese Media Is Subdued in the Face of North Korea-U.S. Standoff

Sina Finance, a Chinese web portal, circulated a meme juxtaposing President Trump with an angry yellow bird.
NBCUniversal Is Building Its Own Children’s Channel

NBCUniversal Is Building Its Own Children’s Channel

DreamWorks Animation’s “All Hail King Julien” cartoon series will be shown on NBCUniversal’s new network, Universal Kids.
Cartoonists Earn a Prime Minister’s Ire — and His Subscription

Cartoonists Earn a Prime Minister’s Ire — and His Subscription

Three of Prass Press’s founders, Ivan Bakalov, left, Chavdar Nikolov, center, and Christo Komarnitski, discussing a coming issue of the satirical newspaper at a restaurant in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Pepe the Frog Is Dead, or So His Creator Hopes

Pepe the Frog Is Dead, or So His Creator Hopes

The Anti-Defamation League designated Pepe the Frog as a hate symbol in 2016, and later pledged to help its artist reclaim it.
At the Dr. Seuss Museum: Oh, the Places They Don’t Go!

At the Dr. Seuss Museum: Oh, the Places They Don’t Go!

An exhibition inside the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, which just opened.
Tehran Journal: Why Are These Iranians ‘Really, Really Happy With Trump’?

Tehran Journal: Why Are These Iranians ‘Really, Really Happy With Trump’?

A visitor looking at satirical depictions of President Trump at the 2017 International Trumpism Cartoon and Caricature Contest in Tehran on Monday.
The Saturday Profile: An Alternative History of Singapore, Through a Comic Book

The Saturday Profile: An Alternative History of Singapore, Through a Comic Book

The graphic artist Sonny Liew in his studio in Singapore, which is decorated with his drawings and cutouts of his characters. He has written an alternative history to the government creation story.