From Russia with love: Top ten cartoons of the week

Another week, another mixed bag of news topics that found their way onto the drawing boards of the nation’s top cartoonists.

Several of our most-reprinted cartoons this week centered on Russia, which included former Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s widely-mocked softball interview with Vladimir Putin. There was also a vague warning of a Russian space super weapon that caught the attention of a couple of cartoonists.

This week’s most popular cartoon was Dave Granlund’s riff on a court in Alabama ruling that frozen embryos are children. While the ruling has been highly controversial, impacting doctors, hospitals, and families trying to have a child, Granlund chose to focus on a family attempting to claim tax credits for the “kids” they have in the lab.

Here are our top ten most reprinted cartoons of the week:

#1. Dave Granlund

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#2. Dick Wright

#3. Gary McCoy

#4. Dave Whamond

#5. Rivers

#6. Monte Wolverton

#7. Chris Weyant

#8. Rivers

#9. Rick McKee

#10. Pat Bagley

Daryl Cagle is the publisher of and owner of, a syndicate that distributes editorial cartoons and columns to over 500 subscribing newspapers. See Daryl’s blog at and watch his video podcast about editorial cartoons at

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