Cartoonist from around the world reacted to today’s terror attacks by drawing a variety of cartoons showing their grief and solidarity for the members of Charlie Hebno and posting their drawings on Twitter.
Here is a list posted by Newsweek.
David Pope, political cartoonist for Australia’s The Canberra Times:
Nate Beeler, editorial cartoonist for The Columbus Dispatch in Ohio:
Ann Telnaes, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for The Washington Post:
Joep Bertrams, cartoonist in Amsterdam, the Netherlands:
Gary Varvel, editorial cartoonist for The Indianapolis Star in Indiana:
Satish Acharya, editorial cartoonist in Kundapur, India:
YGreck, cartoonist in Québec, Canada:
While some cartoonists did not draw a cartoon, they did post their messages of solidarity.
Mark Fiore, Pulitzer-prize winning political animator, whose work appears on the San Francisco Chronicle website and elsewhere:
Graeme MacKay, editorial cartoonist for the Hamilton Spectator in Ontario, Canada: