12:26 pm September 23, 2010, by mluckovich
beginning wednesday, from 1 to 2pm, i’ll take your questions, comments and complaints about my cartoons. return every wednesday for a new edition.
September 23rd, 20103:31 pm
I don’t have a complaint or question.
Just wanted to let you know how much I love and enjoy your cartoons
September 23rd, 20103:36 pm
thanks for reading them midori!
September 23rd, 20103:56 pm
Nice! The powers that be have at last decided it’s high time you face the music. I guess I’m not the only one routinely outraged by your blatantly one-sided take on current events. Yes, 75% pro-liberal, 10% pro-conservative, and 15% neutral does count as blatantly one-sided. I guess it’s tough to be fair when one views life through the prism of liberal propaganda.
Here’s my question: Would you please list the publication dates of the five most venomous doodles aimed at conservative politicians, public figures, or principles, as well as, the five most venomous doodles attacking liberal politicians, public figures, or principles. Thanks.
September 23rd, 20104:57 pm
I am somewhat conservative ………. if you have ever read a few of my posts on Bookman or Tucker. I have also sent you from time to time some ideas about a cartoon but alas I could never get you to bite. Is that because it’s against the rules or you just always want to use you own thoughts.
Just curious ……………..
By the way, do you know which two cartoons Oliphant once said got him in the most “trouble” ??
September 23rd, 20106:17 pm
Mike, I have loved your cartoons for years. 3 years ago I moved from GA to KS and have asked our local paper to carry you. So far no luck(ovitch…oops, sorry!). But I read your cartoons daily and share the ones I especially like on FB. Thank you for your eloquence, cleverness and unbelievable talent!!.
Political cartoons from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution\'s Pulitzer Prize winner
Mike Luckovich RSS feed
Send a feedback technical issue
Vacation stops, manage subscriptions and more
Visitor Agreement | Privacy Statement© 2013 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution