Wednesday, October 31, 2012

CARTOONS of the NIGHT: Trick or Treat?!

The Press & Guide - October 31

The News-Herald - October 31
When Halloween coincides with a hotly contested election - especially in a Presidential Election year - it adds a who new scary dimension! And, in many ways, Halloween just isn't what it used to be. These cartoons celebrate all the craziness - Happy Halloween, everyone!
That's the Point!

Friday, October 26, 2012

CARTOON of the DAY: Tails (Not) Optional

The Press & Guide - October 24
Sometimes, with an editorial cartoon, it's just fun to be positive and support an important organization like the Dearborn Animal Shelter. (... and still reach for a cheap gag!)
That's the Point!

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

CARTOON of the DAY: Go Get 'em Tigers!

The News-Herald - October 17
Twice before in my career (1984 and 2006), I've had the opportunity to indulge my love of Baseball (and my Tigers) by weaving a World Series theme into my editorial cartoons. This time, I didn't even try "weaving!" Go Tigers! Beat the Giants (in five, because - selfishly - I'd like three home games)!
That's the Point!

Monday, October 22, 2012

CARTOON of the DAY: Change of Seasons?!

The News-Herald - October 21
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere I go (no, it's not a seasonal song lyric) ... the local drug store, the hardware store, heck - even my local warehouse club are decked for Christmas, while the Halloween items and candy are still on the shelves! Whatever happened to the change of seasons, and when did the start of the "Holiday Season" move to mid-October?!
That's the Point!

Friday, October 12, 2012

CARTOONS of the DAY: Play (More) Ball!

The News-Herald - October 10

The Press & Guide - October 10
Bring on the Yankees or the Orioles ... there's baseball in Detroit in mid-October!!!
That's the Point!

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

CARTOON of the DAY: Take My Job ... Please!

Crain's Detroit Business - October 8
When Mike Duggan announced his intent to explore a run for Mayor of the City of Detroit next year, I reflected on all the challenges facing the city, and thought "... who would WANT that job?!" I'm sure Mayor Bing has asked himself that very question - more than once!
That's the Point!