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Stay Home

It’s been a while since Snoopy dropped out of sight. I decide to take myself away from my home commuting and go down to get some fresh air. It’s a wonderful spring day. [...]

Where’s Wally? (Virus Edition)

Usually it’s not so easy to find him, with his classic red and white top, bobble hat and jeans, in the midst of all those busy crowds. But now times have changed, and the [...]

No Mask

It’s all everybody’s talkin’ about. Maybe also because, for some time now, there was nothing more to talk about. We had no such important topics to tackle the media [...]

Revilo

He is Oliver Christianson, also known as Revilo — “Oliver”, spelled backwards —, an American cartoonist born in southern California and served as a U.S. Navy [...]

The Far Side

Gary Larson is one of the typical examples of how a family can play a fundamental role in the artistic aptitudes of a human being. He said his family has “a morbid [...]

Secret Lovers

Kiss me, and you will see how important I am Sylvia Plath Illustrator and concept artist, Mahdieh Farhadkiaei, from Iran, created a new fascinating way to shuffle women and [...]

The Joker

Published by DC Comics and first appeared in the debut issue of the comic book Batman in April 25, 1940, The Joker is a supervillain created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane, and [...]

Narrative Drawings

It is not light that we need, but fire It is not the gentle shower, but thunder. We need the storm, the whirlwind, and the earthquake. Frederick Douglass Born in 1951 in [...]

Feminist Baby

Some may say it’s better to keep young children out of politics, but in the world we live in, especially given the saturation of digital media in kids’ lives, it is hard [...]