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Here are all of the best CagleCartoons about CORONAVIRUS SPORTS!

Pat Bagley


Nikola Lištes

Angel Boligan


Dave Granlund


Jeff Koterba


Bruce Plante

Gatis Sluka


John Cole



Milt Priggee


Christo Komarnitsky


Rainer Hochfeld


Dale Cummings


The next three are by our photo-realistic, Dutch cartoonist, Bart van Leeuwen

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Blame China! Part One
Most popular Cartoons of the Week, through 4/11/20 (all coronavirus)
Planet COVID-19, Part 4

Planet COVID-19, Part 3
Planet COVID-19, Part 2
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This will be my last batch of TRUE cartoons for my blog. I watercolored these for some reason that I forget! Back in the 1990’s, when this ran in newspapers, it ran in black and white and there was no color, Sunday TRUE. Gotta love color!

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FIFA Officials, Prison Stripes and those Balls ‘n Chains

This is the first cartoon I’ve drawn for almost two weeks, after my trip to Ukraine. I was a little more ambitious with this one than usual, doing caricatures of the top FIFA officials who have just been indicted by the USA Justice Department – the only law enforcement agency in the world willing to take these crooks down. Sometimes it is good that America doesn’t care about soccer; but we care about crooks.

The top FIFA officials who were indicted for corruption. Top row: Jack Warner, Julio Rocha. Middle row: Rafael Esquivel, Jose Maria Marin, Eugenio Figured, Jeffrey Webb. Bottom: Eduardo Li.

Funny, I was rushing to get through with this, because it was taking me longer than it should have, and now that I posted it and sent it out to newspapers, and I have a minute to sit back and think, I see lots of errors! Look at Rafael Esquivel the second row left – I didn’t draw his left leg!


FIFA Officials in Prison Garb

FIFA Officials in Prison Garb © Daryl Cagle,,FIFA,Rafael Esquivel,Jose Maria Marin,Eduardo Li,Eugenio Figueredo. Bottom from left: Nicolas Leoz,Jack Warner,Jeffrey Webb,Julio Rocha,soccer,football,sports


Tom Brady Deflates

Tom Brady Deflates © Daryl Cagle,,New England Patriots,Super Bowl,Deflategate,deflate-gate,sports,football,NFL,National Football League,Tom Brady,quarterback,air


High on the Super Bowl

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Green Bay Cartoonist Reflects on Brett Favre

There have been hundreds of cartoons drawn about Brett Favre over the course of his 20-year career. But no cartoonist has had a better vantage point over the years than Joe Heller, the staff cartoonist for the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Joe was there when Brett first took the field, won his first MVP, brought home a Super Bowl championship and began playing his annual “I’m retiring” game. Looking through Joe’s cartoons over the years, you can see an evolution of opinion forming.

“At first it was fun and exciting going to two Super Bowls,” Heller said. “And yes, the paper did send me to New Orleans in 1997 and San Diego in 1998 to cover SB week in cartoons.”

“The rest of the time I chronicling the ups and downs of the team. However, as Favre began his annual routine of retiring and returning and retiring and returning; the image of Brett as a MVP superstar turned to a tedious routine indecision.”

Here are a collection of Joe’s best cartoons, chronicling the career of Brett Favre:

Joe Heller is the cartoonist for the Green Bay Press-Gazette. To see more of Joe’s cartoons, click here.


Super Bowl Cartoon Slideshow

It’s that time of year again, Super Bowl Sunday is upon us! Time to eat horrible food and make disgusting man grunts as the Colts and the Saints pay some meaningless game to fill time between funny commercials.

Anyway, to check out our collection of funny Super Bowl Cartoons, just click on the funny Steve Kelley cartoon below.



Eddie Izzard, God, Football and Peace

I went out to see Eddie Izzard last night in Los Angeles. It amused me to hear him preach his common sense atheist perspective while most of the audience roared but some obviously pious faces in the crowd grimaced.

I agree with Eddie on most political and religious issues, but there was one point in the show where I wished I could argue with him; he turned serious and pleaded with his adoring American audience to be interested in the World Cup and to love soccer, because if everyone in the world would love soccer, we’d have a chance at world peace. I think I was the only person laughing at that.

I had to laugh; I don’t think Eddie has ever noticed how the English behave at soccer games.

In terms of American football, I’m fortunate to live in Santa Barbara/Los Angeles, where there is no pro football team and the local university, UCSB, has no football team.  I live in atheist football heaven!

America’s disinterest in soccer is an excellent measure of our healthy state of mind.


Larry Wright Retires from Editorial Cartooning

I’m saddened to write that Larry Wright, who has worked as an editorial cartoonist for the Detroit News for decades, is retiring at the end of this month. We syndicate Larry’s cartoons to more than 800 newspapers.  Larry was one of the first cartoonists to join us when we launched our syndicate nearly ten years ago.  Larry writes:

It is difficult for me to accept an end to editorial cartooning — I started doing it in my first newspaper job in 1961. I have been retired from the Detroit News since April 2006 but they kept me on for 3 free-lance cartoons a week till the economy crash in 2008 had them cut me to 2 a week. As things got worse they cut me down to one a week a few months ago and are cutting me off the end of the year.

It’s not like I’m facing poverty. I have a full pension from Gannett and I just signed a new three-year contract for Kit ‘n’ Carlyle, a daily panel I’ve been doing for United Media since 1980.

Although we will miss him, Larry will be keeping busy.

The Detroit News still has me doing regular free-lance editing and photography of collector car shows on the Detroit News website. It’s called Joyrides and has had a big audience since the late 1990s. I also get to show off my Corvette convertible at these shows.

See an archive of Larry’s editorial cartoons here; he is well known for his conservative views and for cartoons about health care, the automobile industry and Detroit sports.  A few of Larry’s recent cartoons are below.  We miss him already!