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Here are the latest posts about Cartoons on Writers Write:

  • New Powerpuff Girls Comic Series to Launch in July (2016-06-07): A new Powerpuff Girls comic book series form IDW Publishing will debut in July.

  • Book by Assassinated Charlie Hebdo Editor in Chief to be Published by Little Brown (2015-11-10): Little Brown will posthumously publish slain Charlie Hebdo's editor's book Open Letter: On Blasphemy, Islamophobia and the True Enemies of Free Expression.

  • Swedish Cartoonist Targeted in Copenhagen Terrorist Attack (2015-02-14): A gunman opened fire at a free speech event in Copenhagen, Denmark. Cartoonist Lars Vilks was the likely target of the attack which left one dead and three wounded.

  • Inside a Charlie Hebdo Editorial Meeting (2015-01-10): In this clip we get to see inside a Charlie Hebdo editorial meeting. It shows cartoonists choosing which art to use for the cover of the issue about the Danish Mohammed cartoons.

  • 12 Killed in Attack at Paris Office of Charlie Hebdo (2015-01-07): 12 people have been killed in an attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The attack occured at the magazine's office in Paris.

  • Penguin Launches Cartoon Network Book Imprint (2014-09-22): Penguin and the Cartoon Network have teamed up to launch a new imprint called Cartoon Network Books. The imprint will launch next summer.

  • The Paris Review Imagines Drunk Texts From Famous Authors (2012-07-06): Jessie Gaynor of The Paris Review did a hilarious series of cartoons about what drunk texts from famous authors might look like.

  • Andrews McMeel to Publish Paperback Edition of The Complete Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson (2012-07-01): Andrews McMeel Publishing (AMP) has announced plans to publish The Complete Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson as a paperback edition on November 13, 2012.

  • Bil Keane, Creator of Family Circus, Dies at 89 (2011-11-10): Bil Keane, the creator of the classic family cartoon The Family Circus, has died of congestive heart failure at the age of 89.

  • Mort Walker Still Drawing Beetle Bailey 58 Years Later (2008-08-07): Mort Walker, the creator of the Beetle Bailey cartoon strip, talks to the Wall Street Journal about his life and his amazing collection of cartoons that is the largest collection of its kind in the world.

  • Dilbert Gets Animated (2008-07-29): After years of being posted in cubicles and distributed from coworker-to-coworker by email, Scott Adams' Dilbert is adding a daily animated version.

  • Dick Tracy Celebrates 75th Anniversary (2006-11-24): The Dick Tracy comic is still going strong on his 75th anniversary.

  • Borders Bans Issue of Magazine Containing Mohammed Cartoons (2006-03-31): Borders has banned the April-May issue of Free Inquiry because the magazine published some the controversial Mohammed cartoons.

  • Pakistan Blogspot Blogs Blocked in Mohammed Cartoon Row (2006-03-03): The BBC reports that Pakistan has blocked several blogs in response to the growing conflict over the Mohammed Cartoons.

  • Small Boston Paper Publishes Mohammed Cartoon (2006-02-17): Editor & Publisher reports that the Spare Change News, a small Boston newspaper, has published one of the controversial Mohammed Cartoons.

  • More Newspapers Print Mohammed Comics (2006-02-08): The Mohammed Cartoon Conflict continues as parts of the Islamic world are still enraged by the comics initially printed by the Jyllands-Posten newspaper in Denmark.

  • Iran Ups the Ante With Holocaust Cartoon Contest (2006-02-08): The Islamic fury over the Mohammed cartoons continues into midweek with more violent protests in the Middle Eastern countries.

  • Two Editors Fired Over Mohammed Cartoon Row (2006-02-04): Two editors have been fired because of the growing Mohammed cartoon row.

  • The Blogosphere and the Mohammed Cartoons (2006-02-03): Bloggers are discussing the widespread outrage in the Islamic world about cartoons that were recently republished in several European newspapers.

  • Mohammed Cartoons Spark Rage in Middle East (2006-02-02): The republishing of cartoons featuring the prophet Mohammed have caused outrage in some Islamic communities.