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Week in Review: November 2, 2012

Categories: Comics, Announcements

Being a lifelong New Yorker, it’s been a rough week. Everyone here at DailyINK is fine, although some of us have had damage to our homes, or are without power or heat. It’s tough to get around, and the King Features office is nearly empty. But it’s also amazing to watch the way our friends and neighbors have come together to support each other in a time of crisis.

A lot of our editorial cartoonists created some fabulous cartoons featuring their take on Sandy and the aftermath of the storm. Some of them mused on how the storm related to the elections, or talked about global warming. Definitely take the time to go through them. Here are my three favorites, which dealt more with the experience of living through the storm than with politics per se:


Kirk Walters

Jeff Koterba

Mike Peters

I hope that you and your loved ones are safe, warm, and dry. All of us at DailyINK are thinking about everyone who has been affected by the storm.

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