The San Diego Union-Tribune has a year-end collection of some of Steve Breen’s best cartoons of 2007, available for download as a pdf (it’s apparently just a pdf of page B7 from today’s paper, which took me a while to figure out. I was like “Is that a Doonesbury strip in the best of Breen?”). […]
My favorite reject of the year came with my favorite rejection of the year. “This might be too cerebral.”
from the Lincoln Journal Star
This one ranks so high as a reject for me partially because of the missed opportunity. Adrian and Lee had the potential to be a comedy duo to rival Jesus and Moses, but sadly their debut never saw print. This one still cracks me up.
Much like yesterday’s reject, I was really hoping this one would see print. I suppose only time will tell how the recent NIE report will change this idea.
As evidenced by its placement, this is one of my absolute favorites, and I think it’s a shame it didn’t get printed. I thought this was a great statement that continues to be relevant more than four months after I proposed it.
2007 included farewells to many familiar faces in Nebraska newspapers. On June 21, Lincoln Journal Star cartoonist Paul Fell was revealed to be among those discovered to have contributed to political campaigns in an MSNBC report. Journal Star editor Kathleen Rutledge acknowledged the report and officially announced the end of Fell’s relationship with the paper, […]
from the San Diego Reader
This idea was actually pitched all the way back in September. It’s amazing how much more true it has become.
This one still makes me laugh.