Posts Tagged ‘Cartoons’


Cartoon by Pamela Sutter

This portrait of J.C. lazing on a sunny afternoon is the latest from our friend Pamela Sutter, author and illustrator of May the Farce Be With You: A Lighthearted Look at Why God Does Not Exist

May the Farce be with You


For the last couple of days we’ve been exploring whether “over the line” humor is acceptable.

Our conclusion is that anything is fair game, and that there is no such thing as “going too far” as long as your joke, cartoon, story, etc. is funny (and, preferably, thought provoking).

We present you, below, with a test case, a cartoon which is not only not safe for children, but which is not safe for anyone. (Apologies to South Park for stealing that joke.)

This is easily the most shocking anti-Trump  meme we’ve ever seen, but it’s also one of the funniest.

It’s offensive in the extreme, and if you’re easily offended, please do not look at it. To say that this cartoon is in incredibly poor taste is gross understatement.

Okay, last chance to avert your eyes.

You were warned.

Here ’tis:

(We don’t know who came up with this, but we salute them.)


 

cartoon by Pamela Sutter

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This is  the latest from our friend Pamela Sutter, author of the e-book May the Farce be with You: A lighthearted look at why God does not exist.

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May the Farce be with You


Cartoon by Pamela Sutter

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(Pamela Sutter is the author and illustrator of May the Farce be with You: A lighthearted look at why God does not exist. The book is part of our 12 Days of Atheist E-book Giveaways that ends on December 26.)

May the Farce be with You


Fr. Fish Donald Trump graphic

Here’s one from our new favorite editorial cartoonist, Mr. Fish, over at Truthdig, our new favorite news and analysis site. We don’t agree with everything they publish, but damn! do they post some insightful material. Their two founders, journalists Chris Hedges and Robert Scheer, are profiles in courage and national treasures.


'Revolutionaries'

This anonymously produced graphic originally appeared in the early 1980s in the SRAF Bulletin.

It’s reproduced here from The Heretic’s Handbook of Quotations.