On Tuesdays, we typically post a Top Ten list of comics based on a certain topic or theme. This week, we will depart from our usual list-sharing to pay tribute to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack and those affected by the shocking series of horrific events that rapidly unfolded in Paris, France last week. Below is a collection of cartoons drawn by King Features cartoonists in response to the attack of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on January 7, 2015.
Jeff Parker, "Dustin"
“I haven't drawn an editorial cartoon for more than a year, thought it was time to pick up my pen again.” — Jeff Parker
Bill Griffith shares Zippy the Pinhead’s poignant response of “Je ne suis pas s’amuser,”
which translated means, “I am not having fun.”
Chris Browne draws Hagar the Horrible standing in solidarity with a pen in his hand instead of his usual sword.
Editorial cartoonist Jeff Koterba
Editorial cartoonist Jimmy Margulies
Editorial cartoonist Mike Smith
Editorial cartoonist Kevin Siers
Rina Piccolo, "Tina's Groove"
Eric Reaves drew this cartoon of Trixie on behalf of the “Hi & Lois” creative team.
Editorial cartoonist Ed Gamble
Kieran Meehan, "Pros & Cons"
Bruce Tinsley, "Mallard Fillmore"
Editorial cartoonist Mike Peters
James Allen, "Mark Trail"
Jim Toomey, "Sherman's Lagoon"
John Rose, "Barney Google and Snuffy Smith"