NASA held a press conference last month to try to debunk the latest doomsday scenarios for Earth in 2012 but Chinese cartoonist Luojie thinks the space agency may have forgotten one thing.
Swiss-Lebanese cartoonist Patrick Chappatte with a very funny 2012 year in review.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to British cartoonist Steve Bell about the life and work of British graphic artist Ronald Searle who died at the age of 91. Searle was the author of the St Trinian’s series and was an illustrator for many news publications.
All eyes are on North Korea as the young son of the late leader Kim Jong Il takes over from his father. Whether the latest power transition promises a new era of reform is unclear.
Africa is vast and varied. So are the news stories that affected the continent in 2011. Nigerian caricaturist and illustrator Tayo Fatunla has been commenting on Africa through cartoons for more than three decades. In this slideshow Tayo reflects on some of the major themes that confronted Africa in 2011.
North Korea’s Kim Jong Il has always been fodder for political cartoonists and his untimely death is no exception.
Ali Ferzat was found beaten and bloody on a road outside of Damascus, but if the goal of beating him up was to silence him, the mission has failed.
Swedish cartoonist Olle Johansson has Vladimir Putin feelin’ the love after tens of thousands of Russians take to the streets to protest his rule.
The euro is sick, disabled, sliding, a sinking ship… name your metaphor, you’ll probably see it among these cartoons. Plus, Europe’s most unlikely power couple: Angela and Nicolas.
In this slideshow, I am going to show you some cartoons from a Burmese cartoonist. This is the only Burmese cartoonist that I’ve been able to find so far. I am sure there are others, but lets meet Harn Lay.
Dutch cartoonist Tom Janssen notes that Russian strong man Vladimir Putin is looking kind of weak after Sunday’s parliamentary election put his party under 50 percent.
Canadian cartoonist Gary Clement imagines a reunion of sorts outside the British embassy in Tehran this week.
Burmese cartoonist Harn Lay shows what Hillary Clinton is stepping through and around in making her historic trip to Burma.
Canadian Cam Cardow on one of the American-made contributions to Egypt’s second revolution.