Sunday Comics | Cartoonists react to the election

See new comics from Pia Guerra, Bill Sienkiewicz, Kevin Maguire and more.

Here’s a round up of some of the best comics we’ve seen online recently. If we missed something, let us know in the comments below.

Last week the United States elected a new president, and several cartoonists expressed their views on what this means for America and the world in the way they do it best. I’m going to start and end with Pia Guerra, one of the political cartoonists Alex Dueben recently interviewed in his series leading up to the election:

Next, Ann Talnaes, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, celebrated the success of Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris, who made history this past week as the first woman elected vice president, in this cartoon for the Washington Post:

She also has one that counts down the five stages of Trump’s grief at losing the election, which you can find here.

Berkeley Breathed certainly saw many presidents come and go over the many years of his career, and here he sums up one of the key ingredients to their success:

Fans of the Justice League might appreciate this one from artist Kevin Maguire, who helped make the Batman/Guy Gardner “one punch” scene so famous:

New Mutants/Elektra painter Bill Sienkiewicz also weighed in:

Ingo Roemling:

And finally, back to Guerra, who has been chronicling the current administration since the beginning and summarizes the last four years — and this morning — perfectly:

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