Gabrielle Gamboa is a cartoonist, visual artist, and arts educator based in Santa Rosa, California. Her current projects include a chapter-by-chapter comic-book adaptation of Nathanael West’s 1933 novel Miss Lonelyhearts, reviews in comics form of old black and white horror films, and an original graphic novel of a supernatural romance between filmmakers in post-WWII Los Angeles.
The Problem with Editorial Cartooning Today
This 1988 panel about the viability of satire in editorial cartooning features Jules Feiffer, Chuck Freund, Brad Holland, David Levine, and Peter Steiner. They question what’s left to satirize in a culture that satirizes itself, and ponder if humor helps or hurts the political aims of editorial cartoonists. Continue reading →