comics research bibliography: Editorial Cartoons

Based on the comics research bibliography, copyright 2002 by John Bullough and Michael Rhode.


[Astor, David]. 1994.
AAEC's leadership [editorial cartoonists].
Editor and Publisher (July 9): 36

[Unknown.] 1994.
Ethics [editorial cartoons].
The Quill 82(3; Apr):12.

[Unknown.] 1996.
Bile needed [editorial cartoonists].
The Economist 341(7990; Nov 2):83.

[Unknown.] 1997.
Charles George Werner, Editorial Cartoonist [obituary].
Washington Post (Jul 6).

[Various.] 1997.
The year in cartoons [editorial cartoons].
Washington Post (Dec 21):C8.

Asay, Chuck. 1995.
Asay Doodles Goes to Town [collection of syndicated editorial cartoonist of the Gazette Telegraph (Colorado Springs)].
Gretna, LA: Pelican

Associated Press. 1999.
3 Journalists Sentenced in Egypt [editorial cartoonist Essam Hanafi].
Associated Press (August 14)

Associated Press. 2000.
Senators defend colleague, blast editorial cartoon.
South Bend Tribune (January 25)

Astor, David. 1996.
Overnight success took a long time [Marie Woolf; from Editor & Publisher].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Spring)

Astor, David. 1996.
Toon-full Weekend For A New Museum [from Editor & Publisher].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Spring)

Astor, David. 1998.
AAEC members address Ohio State Cartoon Festival [from Editor & Publisher (November 7)].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Astor, David. 1993.
A story about what storytelling can do [editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman].
Editor and Publisher (July 31): 32-3

Astor, David. 1993.
Hackneyed work is hacked at meeting: Speakers display, discuss and 'dis' cliched drawings at a lively editorial cartoonists convention session.
Editor and Publisher (June 19): 62-3

Astor, David. 1993.
He exits syndicate that might be sold: Pulitzer-winning editorial cartoonist Mike Peters cites United's uncertain future as reason for move to TMS. Editor and Publisher (January 16): 40

Astor, David. 1993.
Papers 'pick a pair' of political persons: Several dailies employ two staff editorial cartoonists - an arrangement that has advantages and disadvantages.
Editor and Publisher (August 7): 36-8

Astor, David. 1993.
This young creator is a 'big yuk' hater: Ted Rall avoids gags in his offbeat editorial cartoons, which combine deadpan humor and hard-hitting satire.
Editor and Publisher (December 18): 42-3

Astor, David. 1993. 'KAL' takes over as president of AAEC: Kevin Kallaugher discusses his plans fro the editorial cartoon group, which also elected other new officers. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 32 Astor, David. 1993.
Tribune vets speak at features meeting [Jeff MacNelly, Bud Grace, Jerry Robinson].
Editor and Publisher (October 23): 34-5
Astor, David. 1993.
Comic creator with a star-spangled life [Jud Hurd].
Editor and Publisher (December 11): 40-42

Astor, David. 1993.
'Lawyer bashing' is debated at meeting: Panelists include 'Non Sequitur' creator Wiley and Philadelphia Inquirer editorial page editor David Boldt.
Editor and Publisher (December 25): 32-3

Astor, David. 1994.
Paul Conrad wants angrier cartoonists: The three-time Pulitzer recipient says too many editorial cartoonists only illustrate news stories.
Editor and Publisher (June 18): 42

Astor, David. 1994.
St. Petersburg Times criticized for firing its editorial cartoonist [Clay Bennett].
Editor and Publisher (October 15): 37-8

Astor, David. 1994.
A Pulitzer recipient switches to United: Editorial cartoonist Steve Benson makes the move less than a year after winning journalism's top prize.
Editor and Publisher (March 5): 30

Astor, David. 1994.
Meeting speakers display even more cliched editorial cartoons.
Editor and Publisher (July 16): 50-1

Astor, David. 1994.
Newspaper apologizes: Sacramento Bee editor says the paper was wrong to run a cartoon containing the word 'nigger' [editorial cartoon, African-American issue].
Editor and Publisher (March 26): 16-7

Astor, David. 1994.
Overseas opinions offered at meeting: South African artists and international experts talk to editorial cartoonists at New Orleans convention.
Editor and Publisher (July 9): 34-6

Astor, David. 1994.
Priesthood [editorial] cartoon causes controversy [Oliphant].
Editor and Publisher (February 12): 45-6
Astor, David. 1994.
Syndicates criticize comics survey firm.
Editor & Publisher 127(33; Aug 13): 32-3.

Astor, David. 1995.
Cartoonists' group decries job losses: And the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists appoints a committee to try to do something about it.
Editor and Publisher (July 22): 34-5

Astor, David. 1995.
Civil rights official praises and criticizes [editorial] cartoonists: Author Tom Clancy and two Mideast creators also address the AAEC meeting in Baltimore.
Editor and Publisher (August 26): 40

Astor, David. 1995.
Cyberspace draws AAEC's attention: Editorial cartoonists hear about the pros and cons of making their work available to computer users.
Editor and Publisher (July 29): 32-3

Personal memories of great cartoonists: Mort Walker, speaking at a comics centennial session, recalls some of the creators he knew.
Editor and Publisher (June 10): 32-3

Astor, David. 1995.
Editors editorialize at cartoon session: They say the work of many political cartoonists is lacking in originality, but they offer praise as well.
Editor and Publisher (August 19): 34

Astor, David. 1995.
NFC speaker takes a look at the future [editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich].
Editor and Publisher (October 28): 34

Astor, David. 1995.
United starts web site on the Internet: The cyberspace area gives computer users access to comics, editorial cartoons, background info and more.
Editor and Publisher (April 8): 28

Astor, David. 1996.
An online lineup of cartoonist speakers [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].
Editor & Publisher (June 29): 40

Astor, David. 1996.
Borgman talks to fellow cartoonists [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].
Editor & Publisher (June 15): 98

Astor, David. 1996.
Cartooning views from non-artists [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].
Editor & Publisher (July 13): 24-25

Astor, David. 1996.
Cartoonists get an anti-tobacco pitch [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].
Editor & Publisher (June 22): 47

Astor, David. 1996.
Editorial cartoonist having a big year [Jim Morin].
Editor & Publisher (September 28): 32-33

Astor, David. 1996.
Editorial cartoonists get a reality check [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].
Editor & Publisher (July 6): 34-35

Astor, David. 1996.
Laughs and gripes about stereotypes [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].
Editor & Publisher (June 22): 46-47

Astor, David. 1996.
Overnight success took a long time [female editorial cartoonist Marie Woolf].
Editor & Publisher (April 6): 40-41

Astor, David. 1996.
Takoma cartoonist tackles the issues [editorial cartoonist Chris Britt].
Editor & Publisher (April 27): 90-92

Astor, David. 1996.
Ten-minute deadline for two cartoonists [editorial cartoonists Ben Sargent and Mike Ramirez].
Editor & Publisher (October 12): 48-49

Astor, David. 1996.
The mail prerogative is losing popularity: Many editorial cartoons and a growing number of comics are being sent electronically to syndicates.
Editor & Publisher (December 21): 24-26

Balter Dominguez, Ramon. 1979.
Castelao ante la medicina, la enfermedad y la muerte [Alfonso Daniel Manuel Castelao]
Santiago de Compostela: Editorial de los Bibliofilos Gallegos.

Beck, Chip. 1998.
Latin studies : Beck Invades Cuba with Pen, Not Sword AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Belsie, Laurent. 1999.
Good Grief; 'Peanuts': oasis of optimism in a jaded time [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Christian Science Monitor (December 16)

Beniger, James R. 1983
"Does Television Enhance the Shared Symbolic Environment? Trends in Labeling of Editorial Cartoons, 1948-1980"
American Sociological Review vol.48, Febuary pp.103-111

Berry, Jim. 1967.
Berry's World [editorial cartoons].
NY: Four Winds Press

Bivins, Thomas H. 1984
"Format Preferences in Editorial Cartooning"
Journalism Quarterly vol.61, Spring pp.182-185

Blackwood, Roy E. 1989
"Ronbo and the Peanut Farmer In Canadian Editorial Cartoons"
Journalism Quarterly vol.66, Summer pp.453-457

Blitt, Barry. 1997.
Further Effects of the Tainted-Meat Scare [editorial cartoon].
Entertainment Weekly (September 12): 25.

Blitt, Barry. 1997.
The New Pez [editorial cartoon].
Entertainment Weekly (September 26): 14.

Blitt, Barry. 2000.
Celebrity 'Survivor' [editorial cartoon].
Entertainment Weekly (545; June 16): 16

Blitt, Barry. 2000.
Bottled water from Mars! [editorial cartoon].
New York Times (June 26)

Blitt, Barry. 2000.
Microsoft, the precedent [editorial cartoon].
New York Times (June 9)

Blitt, Barry. 1998.
More Apologies, Caveats, Disclaimers, and Retractions from CNN [editorial cartoon].
Vanity Fair (September): 273

Blitt, Barry. 1999.
Jerry Falwell Widens His Net [editorial cartoon about gay characters].
Entertainment Weekly (March 19): 24

Block, Herb. 1997.
A bridge too much [prose editorial by editorial cartoonist Herblock].
Washington Post (Jul 25).

Block, Herb. 1997.
The year according to Herblock [editorial cartoons].
Washington Post (Dec 28):C8.

Block, Herbert [Herblock]. 1999.
[untitled editorial cartoon on Schulz retirement].
Washington Post (December 15)

Block, Herbert [Herblock]. 1999.
The Year According to Herblock [editorial cartoons].
Washington Post (December 26): B8

Block, Herbert. 1998.
Herblock replies [letter responding to King's article on editorial cartoon].
Washington Post (October 22): A24

Blum, Jared. 1998.
Abstinence cartoon hit for being 'blatantly anti-Semitic' [letter on Mikula editorial cartoon].
[Northern Virginia] Sun Weekly (July 16): 7.

Bollinger, Tim. 2000.
Tim Bollinger's Over-Developed Sense of Injustice [editorial cartoons]. < br> Wanganui, New Zealand: Tim Bollinger

Bona, Luigi F. 1998.
Dan Dare, Il Giorno's Great Hero: His Origins, Adventures, and Editorial History.
Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar):172.

Booth, V. H. 1996.
Editorial cartoons.
Arts and Activities 119(5):30.

Boustany, Nora. 1998.
Diplomatic dispatches: Drawing on laughter [exhibit of Indian editorial cartoons].
Washington Post (Jan 16):A17.

Bowman, David. 1996.
An Alabama Editor Attacks the Copley Pack.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Braden, Scott. 2000.
On target: A conversation with Mike Grell [interview].
Previews X (4: April): 315 and http://www.diamondcomics.com/previews/editorial/misc_articles/mike_grell/mik egrell_intv.htm

Brinkman, Del. 1968
"Do Editorial Cartoons and Editorials Change Opinions?"
Journalism Quarterly vol.45, Winter pp.724-726

Brodner, Steve. 1994.
A Taste of Things to Come [editorial cartoon].
New Yorker (December 24 - January 2): 101

Brown, Susan. 2000.
Editorial cartoonist [Mike Mikula] wins top Va. press award.
[Arlington, VA] Sun Weekly (January 13): 11

Cagle, Daryl. 1996.
The California Cartoon Tax Battle Goes On and On.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Cahill, Timothy. 1996.
'Ecotoon' casts a global pall on the state of the planet [exhibition of editorial cartoons].
Albany Times Union (Apr 21):I1.

Carl, Leroy M. 1970.
Political cartoons: 'Ink blots' of the editorial page.
Journal of Popular Culture 4(1; Summer).

Case, Tony. 1993.
77th annual Pulitzer Prizes [editorial cartoonist Stephen Benson].
Editor and Publisher (April 17): 9-15

Case, Tony. 1995.
Editorial page editor leaves Philadelphia daily [Signe Wilkinson].
Editor and Publisher (February 25): 21

Cavanaugh, Tim. 1999.
Is it mere coincidence that Peanuts and Joseph Heller died in the same week? [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Feed (December 15): http://www.feedmagazine.com/daily/dy121599_master.html

Chapman, Chip. 1996.
Mr. Hill, the Caricaturist; Draper Hill on Nast, Keppler, Low, Rockwell -- and Himself.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Chapple-Sokol, A. 1996.
Indexing editorial cartoons.
Special Libraries 87(1):21.

Charboneau, Jeffrey. 1996.
The Boys from Syracuse [Frank Cammuso and Jim Morin]. AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Childs, Kelvin. 1998.
Cross words at the Post: Herblock and a Coworker Debate a Cartoon [reprinted from Editor & Publisher, October 31, 1998].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Childs, Kelvin. 1998.
Cross words at the Post: Herblock and a Coworker Debate a Cartoon [from Editor & Publisher (October 31)].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Cohen, Jean Lawlor
Toxic toons [Oliphant's editorial cartoons].
Where Washington (May): 20-22.

Cole, John. 1996.
Politics, barbecue & balderdash [editorial cartoons].
Durham, NC: The Herald-Sun

Coleman, Joseph. 1997.
Comics aren't just for the young in Japan.
Athens Daily News/Athens Banner-Herald (Aug 3).
Collado, Katherine. 1993.
Graphic expression: The cartoons of Clifford K. Berryman [editorial].
Prologue 25(3; Fall):283-9.

Colldeweih, Jack and Kalman Goldstein. 1998.
Graphic Opinions: Editorial Cartoonists and Their Art [interviews].
Bowling Green State University

Colton, Michael. 2000.
No Laughing Matter [editorial cartooning].
Brill's Content (February)

Constable, Pamela. 2000.
Blacked out in Sri Lanka: Government justifies blanket censorship as wartime necessity [including editorial cartoons].
Washington Post (May 16): A14

Constantine, Peggy. 2000.
Horton Saves the World [Dr. Seuss Goes to War: The World War II Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geisel review].
New York Times (January 9)

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Donenfeld's Comics: A talk with Irwin Donenfeld, 1960s DC editorial director.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 23-24, 97

Curtis, Stacy. 1998.
Microsoft? NBC? Who needs em? Hot Tips for Cartoonists Seeking Fame and $$$$ on the World Wide Web.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Cuthbert, David. 1996.
Quick on the draw [African-American cartoonist John Slade].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Spring)

Danziger, Jeff. 1999.
Lennon's 'The Funnies': love's meaning [novel review by editorial cartoonist].
Baltimore Sun (March 7)

Editor of the Washington Star. 1951.
Space Cadet and us earthworms [editorial about "Tom Corbett, Space Cadet" comic strip].
Washington Star (September 12)

Edwards, Janis L. & Winkler, Carol K. 1997
"Representative Form and the Visual Ideograph: The Iwo Jima Image in Editorial Cartoons"
The Quarterly Journal of Speech, vol.83 no.3, August. pp.289-310

Eisenberg, Albert C. 1997.
Labeling officials unfair to citizens [letter on editorial cartoons from caricatured official].
Northern Virginia Sun Weekly (Dec 18):8.

Everett, Lee. 1999.
Vexing cartoon begs the question: Why a Tinky-Winky Ferguson [letter on editorial cartoon by Mike Mikula].
Sun Weekly [Arlington, VA] (March 11): 7

Feldman, Ofer. 1995.
Political reality and editorial cartoons in Japan: How the national dailies illustrate the Japanese prime minister.
Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 72(3):571.

Fitzgerald, Joe. 1996.
Billboard boss speaks: I'm only the messenger [Boston] Globe cartoonist Dan Wasserman].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Spring)

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1994.
Wilkinson's sex-abuse cartoon causes flap for Catholic papers [editorial cartoon; religion].
Editor and Publisher (January 8): 32

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1996.
Repeat performances [editorial cartoonists Paul Conrad & Don Wright and Pulitzer Prize].
Editor & Publisher (July 6): 14-16

Focus on the Family. 2000.
Here's the problem: Five more seconds and they'd go to the cradle, instead of the grave [anti-abortion advertisement, illustrated with editorial cartoon by Asay].
Washington Post (August 11): A22

Frank, J. 1948.
Chills and thrills in radio, movies and comics, Some psychiatric opinions reported
Child Studies 25: 42.

Franzblau, Michael J. 1997.
An open letter to America: Why does Gannett oppose an open vote by its shareholders [advertisement; on anti-Catholic editorial cartoon]?
Washington Post (Mar 28).

Garneau, George. 1994.
To be a cartoonist, go out and kill one [editorial cartoonist Walt Handelsman]
Editor and Publisher (November 26): 31

Gerhart, Ann and Annie Groer. 1999. The Reliable Source: Shelia Davis, keeping busy [with editorial cartoonist Steve Kelley].
Washington Post (March 30): C3

Giobbe, Dorothy. 1994.
Poking fun at the Pope [D. Marlette's editorial cartoons].
Editor and Publisher (Jul 2):12-13.

Girardi, Laura C. 1996.
Pictures with a point [editorial cartoons].
Time for Kids 2(Fall Special):7.

Gonzalez, David. 1999.
Artist Draws and Crosses Lines in War [Miro Stefanovic, Yugoslavian editorial cartoonist].
New York Times (April 28)

Gordon, John Steele. 1991.
The day Wall Street turned into Orchard Street [reprints Harry Grant Dart editorial cartoon from Life (Oct. 26, 1911) with commentary].
American Heritage (April): 129-131

Grant, Louis T. 1985.
Clark Kent's alter ego: Garrison Keillor [Superman revamp editorial].
Washington Post (December 1): C2

Greim, Martin L. 2000.
A Justice Society for the ages: A guest editorial.
Alter Ego 3 (5; Summer): Green Lantern section 2

Groopman, Jerome. 2000 Second Opinion [Billout illustration].
New Yorker (January 24): 40

Grosvenor, Melville Bell. 1963.
Walt Disney: Genius of laughter and learning [editorial].
National Geographic (August): 157

Groth, Gary. 1989.
Harlan Ellison's Flamboyant Philistinism for the '80s: An Editorial [on Playboy article].
Comics Journal (126, January).
online at http://www.tcj.com/2_archives/e_groth0189.html

Gugliotta, Guy. 1996.
The Rodham Pictures; A Feminist Scholar Examines Clinton toons.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Harrison, S.L. 1994
"The Scopes "Monkey Trial" Revisited: Mencken and the Editorial Art of Edmund Duffy"
Journal of American Culture vol.17 no. 4 Winter. pp.44-63

Harvey, R. C. 1997.
Mike Lukovich aloft [editorial cartoons].
Cartoonist PROfiles (Sep).

Harvey, R.C. 1999.
Straw men on the editorial page.
Comics Journal (218; December): 131-135

Harvey, R.C. 1999.
Comicopia: A baker's dozen or two of the top cartoonists of the century [editorial and gag/magazine].
Comics Journal (210; February): 115-122

Harvey, Robert C. 1998.
Winsor McCay Created One of the Greatest Comic Strips of All Time and Almost Singlehandedly Invented the Animated Cartoon -- Then Spent the Rest of his Life Illustrating Vapid Editorials for William Randolph Hearst.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Hernandez, Debra Gersh. 1996.
They are 'drawn' to editorial cartooning.
Editor & Publisher (December 28): 32

Hill, Draper. 1996.
Thomas Nast Comes to the Relief of Fort Sumter (and not a moment too soon!).
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Hill, Drapper. 1996
"The birth of the cartoonist's acidulous art" (book review: Diana Donald's The Age of Caricature)
Association of American Editorial Cartoonists (AAEC), Oct 9.

Hoff, Syd. 1976.
Editorial and Political Cartooning: From Earliest Times to the Present.
Stravon Educational

Hughes, Andrew s. 2000.
Editorial cartoonist pencils in humor [Mike Luckovich new comic strip, "SuperZeros"].
South Bend Tribune (February 20)

Hung, Chang-Tai. 1994
"The Fuming Image: Cartoons and Public Opinion in Late Republican China, 1945 to 1949"
Comparative Studies in Society and History, vol.36. pp.122-145

Hyde, Ken and John Antonelli. 1999.
One last volley in battle over Rep. Moran [editorial] cartoon [letters].
Northern Virginia Sun Weekly (July 15): 8

Kamens, Gerald. 1999.
Cartoonist's attack on Moran unfair [Mikula editorial cartoon].
Northern Virginia Sun Weekly (March 18): 7

Kelley, Steve. 1995.
Steve Kelley's Greatest Hits [editorial cartoons]
San Diego Union-Tribune

Kelly, Michael. 1999.
Disney-deprived day care [editorial satire on licensing practices].
Washington Post (April 28): A25

Kim, Eun-Kyung (Associated Press). 1998.
Internal affairs : How Cartoons and Their Organs Approached a Delicate Predicament [President Clinton & Lewinsky scandal cartoons].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

King, Colbert. 1998.
Too broad a brush [editorial on Herblock cartoon].
Washington Post (October 17)

Kurtz, Howard. 1999.
Media notes: Unnecessary surgery [editorial cartoonist Sean Delonas perceived anti-Jewish cartoon].
Washington Post (March 29): C10

Lamb, Chris. 1998.
Veteran's day : In His Eighth Decade, "Tommy" Thompson Takes Up Editorial Cartooning in San Diego [from Editor & Publisher (November 28)].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Lamb, Chris. 1994.
A 'capital' decision for Ann C. Telnaes: After relocating to Washington, Telnaes found success as one of syndications few female editorial cartoonists.
Editor and Publisher (October 8): 44-5

Lamb, Chris. 1995.
Also a cowboy poet [editorial cartoonist Joe Sharpnack].
Editor and Publisher (September 16): 42

Lamb, Chris. 1995.
Editorial cartoonists pessimistic about their profession.
Editor and Publisher (October 14): 48

Larson, Vaughn R. 1996.
Watch out, here come the kids; New book features editorial cartoons by young artists.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Spring)

Larson, Laura. 1999
"Canadian Perspectives of the 1997 Hong Kong Turnover: A Review of Editorial Cartoons in the Vancouver Sun and The Globe and Mail" a panel paper for the 1999 International Communications Association Conference
(WWW Document URL: http://students.washington.edu/~larsonl/lkl99ica.htm Date viewed: May26, 2000)

Leak, Bill. 1999.
Crusader gets her knickers in a twist [reply to editorial on political cartoons].
The Australian (June 9): 13

Luckovich, Mike. 1996.
Lotsa Luckovich [editorial cartoons].
New York: Pocket Books

MacNelly, Jeff. 1996.
The Fine Art of Ridicule; Herblock's 50 Years at the Washington Post.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Mahamood, Muliyadi. 1997.
The development of Malay editorial cartoons.
Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science 25(1):37-58.

Marcus, Vassal M. 2000.
Seuss abuse [letter on Mike Peters editorial cartoon].
Washington Post (April 29): A19

Marlette, Doug. 1997.
Editorial Cartoonists: An Endangered Species?
Media Studies Journal (Summer?)

Marvel Comics Group editor [Stan Lee?]. 1948.
[The editors of this magazine would like to ask you an important question... pro-comics editorial]
Complete Mystery (3; December) and Justice Comics (7; December).

Marvel Comics Group editor [Stan Lee?]. 1949.
[Lately there has been quite a debate about comics raging... Wertham editorial]
All True Crime (32; March).

McCall, Bruce. 1998.
Gulianiland [editorial cartoon].
New Yorker (December 28): 70-1

McDonnell, David and Carr D'Angelo. 1987.
Like a Pheonix, From the Ashes [editorial on comics magazine].
Comics Scene Special (1):5.

McDonnell, David. 1989.
Dessert Songs [editorial; comics magazine].
Comics Scene (7):5.

McDonnell, David. 1989.
This year's fashion [editorial; comics in the press].
Comics Scene (8):5.

Meyerson, Beatrice Berle. 1999.
Can you date these cartoons? [editorial cartoonist Clifford Berryman].
National Archives and Records Administration Calendar of Events (December)

Minear, Richard H. 1999
Dr. Suess Goes to War: the World War II Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geisel
The New Press, New York

New York Times editorial staff. 1986.
Dear DC Comics [Superman].
New York Times (June 11)

Northwest Airlines. 1997.
Asia's economic crisis will deepen unless we break up 'Japan Inc.' [ad campaign by editorial cartoonist Oliphant].
Washington Post (Dec 9):A22.

Ohman, Jack. 1997.
Do I have to draw you a picture [editorial cartoons].
Pelican.

Oliphant, Pat & Harry Katz. 1998.
'Oliphant's Anthem': Exhibition commemorates cartoonist's work [editorial cartoon; excerpt from exhibit catalog].
Library of Congress Information Bulletin 57(4; April): 80-85.

Opper, Frederick. 1901.
Willie and his Papa [includes editorial cartoons].
New York: Grosset & Dunlap

Paul Conrad wants angrier cartoonists: The three-time Pulitzer recipient says too many editorial cartoonists only illustrate news stories.

Pearson, Richard. 1999.
Joseph Mastrangelo Dies at 77; Post Staff Writer and Artist [editorial cartoonist and Pogo inker].
Washington Post (September 21): B5

Pett, Joel. 1996.
Play cartoons to win; Too many are trite, too few get the right play.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Spring)

Pinsker, Sanford. 1999.
Good grief! [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Washington Times (December 17)

Plante. 1999.
It was a sad, sad day... [editorial cartoon on Schulz retirement].
Cookeville [TN] Herald Citizen (December 17)

Post, Corey. 1997.
In memory of John Pope [editorial cartoonist].
Generation Next IV (22; Nov): 20.

Potter, Valerie. 1992.
Big changes at DC Comics: Superman, R.I.P.; DC / Image crossover; Editorial changeup.
Comics Journal (153; October): 26

Prince, Richard. 1996.
Color Lines; Black and White Journalists on the Lack of African-American Editorial Cartoonists.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Prunier, Vivian. 1998.
Cartoon unfair [letter on Mikula editorial cartoon].
[Northern Virginia] Sun Weekly (July 16): 7.

Rall, Ted. 2000.
alt.diallo [editorial by cartoonist].
Village Voice (March 1).
online at http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0009/rall.shtml

Rall, Ted. 2000.
Blather and Boredom at the Diallo Trial: Fatigue Sets In [editorial by cartoonist].
Village Voice (February 23).
online at http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0008/rall.shtml

Rall, Ted. 2000.
Race Teams Face Off At the Diallo Trial: Blood Sport [editorial by cartoonist].
Village Voice (February 16).
online at http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0007/rall.shtml

Raspberry, William. 1999.
Checklist for Superman [editorial].
Washington Post (September 6): A27

Riffe, Daniel, Donald Sneed and Roger L. Van Ommeren 1987
"Deciding the Limits of Taste in Editorial Cartoon"
Journalism Quarterly vol.64, Summer/Autumn. pp.607-610

Riffe, Daniel, Donald Sneed and Roger L. Van Ommeren. 1985
"Behind the Editorial Page Cartoon"
Journalism Quarterly vol.62, Summer. pp.378-383, 450

Rogers, Cullum. 1992.
Northern Exposure [Association of Canadian Editorial Cartoonists fifth annual convention].
Caricature 3(2):7.

Rogers, V. Cullum. 1996.
A cartoon tax chronology.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Rogers, V. Cullum. 1996.
Interview: Carolina on His Mind. Jeff MacNelly on UNC, Tar Heel Politics, the Chapel Hill Weekly, and the Real Shu (sic).
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Rogers, V. Cullum. 1998.
Cigar odor : A Year-Old John Branch Cartoon Raises Issues of Racism and Press Freedom in Rhode Island.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Rose, John R. 1996.
Cartoons That Fit The Bill [editorial cartoon collection].
Gretna, LA: Pelican

Schwadron, Harley. 1996.
Distorted view [letter on editorial cartoonists]?
Editor & Publisher (July 27): 9

Sena, John F. 1985
"A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Votes: Geraldine Ferraro and the Editorial Cartoonists"
Journal of American Culture, vol.8 no.1, Spring. pp.2-12

Shepperson, Rob. 2000.
Chez N.R.A.: Commentary on the N.R.A.'s recent announcement that it plans to open a theme restaurant in Times Square [editorial cartoons].
Washington Post (June 4): B4

Shepperson, Rob. 2000.
Heat Wave [editorial cartoons].
Washington Post (May 14): B4

Siegel, Robert. 1995.
Editorial Cartoons [Ted Rall, Signe Wilkinson, Steve Kelley interviews].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (June 30)

Simon, Scott. 1995.
[interview of high school editorial cartoonist Dan Mauldin].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Saturday (October 28)

Slade, John. 1996.
"But I Am Too a Black Cartoonist! . . . Really!" [editorial cartoons].
Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt

Smith, Tom W. 1987.
How comics and cartoons view public opinion surveys.
Journalism Quarterly 64(Spring):208-11.

Spiegelman, Art. 1999.
41 Shots 10 cents [editorial cartoon on on shooting death of unarmed man].
New Yorker (March 8): cover

Stein, M. L. 1997.
Cartoon's message backfires in California [editorial cartoon].
Editor and Publisher (Feb 19):9-10.

Stein, M.L. 1996.
Flattened Tax; California Cans Levity Levy.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Stein, M.L. 1994.
Cartoon's message backfires in Calif.: Editorial cartoon intended to take a slap at racism results in boycott of the Sacramento Bee.
Editor and Publisher 127(8; February 19): 9-10

Sutton, Ward. 2000.
It's all part of... Party-Hopping Politics [editorial cartoon].
New York Times (May 23)

Swart, Dan. 1996.
"A Somewhat Shaky Stand" - A Graphic Designer Looks at the California Cartoon Tax Decision.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Szep, Paul Michael. 1997.
Not just another Szep book [editorial cartooons].
Pelican.

Thomas, Jack. 1999.
Much ado about comics [anti-strip editorial by ombudsman].
Boston Globe (May 24)

Thomas, Roy. 1999. X marks the spot: Celebrating a fond but somewhat variant remembrance of the Thomas-Adams [X-Men] years [editorial].
Alter Ego 2 (4; Spring): 2-3

Tomorrow, Tom. 1997.
Dilbert empowers Xerox.
San Francisco Bay Guardian (May 14):http;//www.sfbg.com/News/31/33/Opinions/index.html.

Turner, Martyn. 1998.
Brace Yourself, Bridge It!: A Guide to Irish Political Relationships, 1996-1998. [editorial cartoons, foreword by Jeff Danziger]. Belfast: Blackstaff Press

Turpin, James, Charlene Bickford, Charles Bouldin and David Kupfer. 1999.
Controvery on Moran [editorial] cartoon [letters].
Northern Virginia Sun Weekly (July 8): 6

Unknown [David Astor].
1996.
Wright presides over AAEC business meeting [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].
Editor & Publisher (June 29): 40

Unknown. 1989.
Cartoons [editorial in Italian].
Rivista dell Infermiere 8 (4; Oct-Dec): 172-4

Unknown. 1996.
Editor Reassigned over His Cartoons for Gay Weekly; Conservative Group Claims Responsibility.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Unknown. 1996.
Ex-QB Bill Sanders Sculpts WKU Coach.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Unknown. 1996.
Lowery Glowers; Bites Britt. Washington Governor Accuses Cartoonist of Dating Woman Who Accused Him.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Unknown. 1998.
Parthenon hosts Aguila show [Eye of the Eagle: 50 Years of Editorial Cartoons by Dani D'Umuk Aguila exhibit].
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Unknown. 1998.
Rosen creates memorial to women war veterans.
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Unknown. 1998.
Anti-gay news cartoon raises alarm at ASU [editorial cartoon].
Washington Blade (March 27): 16.

Unknown. 1999.
The 'Peanuts' Half-Century [editorial].
Washington Post (December 15)

Unknown. 1999.
Get Well, Charlie Brown [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Chicago Tribune Internet Edition (December 18)

Unknown. 1999.
Good Grief: We're going to miss the Peanuts gang. [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Dallas Morning News, 12/16/99

Unknown. 1999.
The Funnies Without Snoopy? [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Christian Science Monitor (December 16)

Unknown. 1999.
Ariz. Newspaper Pulls Bonfire Comic [by editorial cartoonist Steve Benson].
Associated Press (November 22)

Unknown. 1999.
Mind and Muscle [editorial on Charles Roman creator of Charles Atlas comic strip ad campaign].
Washington Post (July 28): A22

Unknown. 1999.
'Peanuts' should end when Schulz lays down his pen [editorial].
South Bend Tribune (December 19)

Unknown. 2000.
Editorial: The enduring craft of Jeff MacNelly [obituary].
Chicago Tribune (June 9)

Unknown. 2000.
Charles Schulz; At the strip's end, he's gone to meet the Great Pumpkin [editorial obituary].
Dallas Morning News (February 15)

Unknown. 2000.
Charles Shulz [editorial].
Washington Times (February 15)

Unknown. 2000.
Editorial cartoonist Gibson Crockett; drew for Washington Evening Star [obituary].
Washington Post (February 20): C6

Unknown. 1983.
[editorial on Newman's letter on NY Times review of Ariel Dorfman's The Empire's Old Clothes: What The Lone Ranger, Babar, and other innocent hereoes do to our minds].
Wall Street Journal (June 2)

Unknown. 1993.
[Editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers] On Pittsburgh daily. Editor and Publisher (January 30): 36

Unknown. 1993.
An editorial cartoon roundup covers '92. Editor and Publisher (January 2): 60

Unknown. 1993.
Babin is syndicated [in editorial cartoon package].
Editor and Publisher (November 6): 32

Unknown. 1993.
Montana company's syndicated package [Prose Works; editorial cartoons].
Editor and Publisher (January 23): 34

Unknown. 1993.
Northwest cartoons [editorial cartoons by Scott Bateman].
Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Unknown. 1993.
Sharpnack cartoons [editorial cartoons are self-syndicated].
Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.
Show and donation [of editorial cartoonist Bill Crawford].
Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Unknown. 1994.
[Editorial cartoonist Ed] Stein starts cartoon.
Editor & Publisher (September 3): 36

Unknown. 1994.
[Editorial cartoonist Marshall Ramsey] In cartoon package.
Editor & Publisher (August 20): 36

Unknown. 1994.
California cartoons [editorial cartoons by T. Brian Kelly].
Editor and Publisher (April 9): 48

Unknown. 1994.
Crime bill cartoons [by editorial cartoonist Henry Payne].
Editor & Publisher (August 27): 36

Unknown. 1994.
Editorial cartoonist [Jerry Holbert] is being syndicated.
Editor and Publisher (June 18): 43

Unknown. 1994.
Editorial cartoonist starts 'Media' strip [Jack Ohman's 'Mixed Media'].
Editor and Publisher (April 2): 31

Unknown. 1994.
Fiscehtti recipients [editorial cartoonists John Deering and Bill Day].
Editor and Publisher (November 5): 37

Unknown. 1994.
Locher prize winner [is editorial cartoonist John Davidson].
Editor and Publisher (June 4): 56

Unknown. 1994.
Mideast feature has column and cartoon [editorial cartoon by Lurie].
Editor and Publisher (January 29): 36

Unknown. 1994.
Rogers hits a triple [editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers].
Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994.
Trudeau is satirized [by editorial cartoonist Henry Payne].
Editor and Publisher (May 28): 32

Unknown. 1995.
[Editorial cartoonist Drew] Litton work on web.
Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995.
[Editorial cartoonist Hugh] Haynie is departing.
Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995.
A move and awards [editorial cartoonists David Horsey, Jim Berry].
Editor and Publisher (July 29): 34

Unknown. 1995.
Donations for [Locher editorial cartoon] prize.
Editor and Publisher (February 25): 30

Unknown. 1995.
Editorial cartoonist [Chris Britt] receives NPF prize.
Editor and Publisher (January 28): 36

Unknown. 1995.
Editorial cartoonist [Marshall Ramsey] named Copley exec.
Editor and Publisher (February 25): 28

Unknown. 1995.
Editorial cartoonist [Mickey Siporin is self-syndicating].
Editor and Publisher (November 25): 36

Unknown. 1995.
Editorial cartoonist joins Copley again [Gary Markstein].
Editor and Publisher (August 5): 27

Unknown. 1995.
Environmental work [full page editorial cartoon by W.B. Park].
Editor and Publisher (July 15): 36

Unknown. 1995.
Large sum is raised [for Oklahoma City by editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman].
Editor and Publisher (July 22): 7

Unknown. 1995.
News about awards [editorial cartoonists Stuart Carlson and Walt Handelsman win Fischetti].
Editor and Publisher (October 28): 36

Unknown. 1995.
Teacher suspended for running cartoon [Signe Wilkinson editorial cartoon].
Editor and Publisher (May 27): 34

Unknown. 1995.
TMS is publishing a daily [editorial] cartoon fax.
Editor and Publisher 128(5; February4):34.

Unknown. 1995.
Virginian's cartoons [Chris Obrion's editorial cartoons].
Editor and Publisher (April 1): 36

Unknown. 1996.
[Bob Greenberg] Will help LATS develop comics.
Editor & Publisher (November 9): 39

Unknown. 1996.
[Editorial cartoonist Brian Fairrington] Wins Locher prize.
Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Unknown. 1996.
[Editorial cartoonist Walt] Handelsman wins a Kennedy award.
Editor & Publisher (May 11): 34

Unknown. 1996.
[Wayne Stroot editorial cartoon about Senator Kerry] Draws reaction.
Editor & Publisher (October 26): 32

Unknown. 1996.
A bunch [of fans at booksigning] for Brady.
Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36 Unknown [David Astor].
1996.
Panelists discuss editorial cartooning in Mexico.
Editor & Publisher (July 13): 24

Unknown. 1996.
Award winners [editorial cartoonist Mike Ramirez].
Editor & Publisher (December 21): 26

Unknown. 1996.
Cartoon suit [about Mike Luckovich editorial cartoon on welfare reform] dismissed.
Editor & Publisher (March 30): 15

Unknown. 1996.
Cartoonist dies [editorial cartoonist Randy Wicks].
Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996.
Cartoons offered [by editorial cartoonist Ed Fischer].
Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Unknown. 1996.
Guv vs. [editorial] cartoonist [Chris Britt].
Editor & Publisher (February 17): 38

Unknown. 1996.
In the air with the chief exec [editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich travels with President].
Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996.
Kelley does a book of editorial cartoons.
Editor & Publisher (January 6): 72

Unknown. 1996.
News about prizes [Patrick McDonnell; editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman].
Editor & Publisher (June 15): 99

Unknown. 1996.
Ohio State show [of Roy Peterson's editorial cartoons].
Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996.
Online cartoons ['Intoon with the News' by editorial cartoonist Mike Keefe on America Online].
Editor and Publisher (November 2): 32

Unknown. 1996.
Prez draws Prez [editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich travels with President]
Editor & Publisher (October 5): 36

Unknown. 1996.
Prize recipients [Jimmy Margulies wins Fischetti Editorial Cartoon Competition].
Editor and Publisher (November 2): 32

Unknown. 1996.
Rights package [editorial cartoons by Henry Payne].
Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996.
The 'Life of Newt' [by editorial cartoonist Henry Payne].
Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Unknown. 1999.
The Color of Funny [McGruder's 'Boondocks' strip].
Chicago Tribune (May 26)

Unknown. 1999.
A cartoonist whines [editorial against Spiegelman].
New York Post (March 6)

Urschel, Donna. 1998.
Oliphant exhibition opens at LC [editorial cartoons].
Library of Congress Gazette (April 3): 1, 10.

Various. 1999.
Cartoons of the century [editorial and gag].
Newsweek (December 20): 55-83

Viglucci, Andres. 1996.
Morin draws the biggest prize of them all; The Pulitzer winner is nonpartisan lampooner, targeting hypocrisy of all stripes .
AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Spring)

Vitiello, Alan. 1996.
In defense of editorial cartoonists.
Editor & Publisher (July 20): 9

Wasserman, Dan. 2000.
Charles Schulz, 1922-2000 [editorial obituary].
Boston Globe (February 15): A10

White, Diane. 1999.
Taking the comics seriously [pro-comic strip editorial].
Boston Globe (May 27): D1

Wilkinson, Signe. 1998.
A Gardener's Calendar, or How to Grow the $735 Tomato [by the editorial cartoonist].
Universe Publishing

Will, George. 2000.
The partial birth censors [on anti-abortion advertisement, illustrated with editorial cartoon by Asay].
Washington Post (August 20): B7

Willey, Keven. 1999.
A note from the editor [on censorship of editorial cartoon by Steve Benson].
Arizona Republic (November 22)

Wilson-Smith, Anthony. 1995.
Parizeau in hot water: Did he compare voters to trapped lobsters [editorial cartoon].
Maclean's 108(30; Jul 24):16.

Wolper, Allan. 1994.
Censorship at BYU is kept in the closet [editorial cartoons].
Editor and Publisher (October 22): 16-18, 45

Wolper, Allan. 1995.
Student paper at odds with football coach [editorial cartoons].
Editor and Publisher (October 14): 13-5, 35

Wuerker, Matt. 1998.
Meanwhile, In Other News....: A Graphic Look at Politics in the Empire of Money, Sex & Scandal [editorial cartoons].
Monroe, ME: Common Courage Press