The New Yorker: The 90th Anniversary Book of Cartoons

The New Yorker: The 90th Anniversary Book of Cartoons

Language: English

Pages: 148

ISBN: B012HPIV56

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The New Yorker is an American magazine of reportage, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, cartoons, satire and poetry published by Conde Nast Publications. Starting as a weekly in the mid-1920s, the magazine is now published 47 times per year, with five of these issues covering two-week spans. Although its reviews and events listings often focus on cultural life of New York City, The New Yorker has a wide audience outside of New York and USA. It is well known in its commentaries on popular culture and eccentric Americana; its attention to modern fiction by the inclusion of short stories and literary reviews; its rigorous fact checking and copyediting; its journalism on world politics and social issues; and its famous, single-panel cartoons sprinkled throughout each issue.

New Yorker Magazine (2015) Presents: The 90th Anniversary Book of Cartoons. With More Than 262.5 Cartoons You Must Look At Now (Or Later, If You're Busy Googling Cats). From The Best Magazine: The Best Cartoons, By The Best Cartoonists! Including Nine Decades of Eustace Tilley - Drawings by Barry Blitt. Iconic Cartoons From the Icons of Cartooning: Charles Addams, Peter Arno, George Booth, Roz Chast, And: A New Crew You Haven't Heard Of But Will! Sequentially Paginated For Easy Access! Plus: A Special Section of Radio-Friendly Cartoons!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OF CARTOONS INTRODUCTION BY ROBERT MANKOFF IT’S BEEN SAID THAT NINETY-EIGHT PER CENT OF NEW YORKER READERS LOOK AT THE CARTOONS FIRST, AND THAT THE OTHER TWO PER CENT LIE. (fiGURE 1) Coöperation 2 I know this for a fact, because I said it. But, in fact, it’s not a fact. I just made it up. That people not only find this quip funny but also find it, as Stephen Colbert would say, “truthy” is a testament to the tradition of New Yorker cartoons, and to the enduring place they occupy in our comic

VIII “No, Thursday’s out. How about never—is never good for you?” 100 “Every man for himself!” “By God, for a minute there it suddenly all made sense!” 101 1985-1995 VIII Suspense 102 “It was so depressing. When I go to the theatre, I want to be entertained.” 103 1985-1995 VIII “Mr. Hoffman? Ed Hoffman? Your office has been trying to reach you, sir.” 104 “‘Season’s Greetings’ looks O.K. to me. Let’s run it by the legal department.” “Mind if I put on the game?” 105 1985-1995

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Fisher Robert Mankoff Pat Byrnes Frank Hanely Dana Fradon Henry Martin Joe Dator Alfred Frueh Anatol Kovarsky James Mulligan Liana Finck Whitney Darrow Jr. Alan Dunn Eldon Dedini Sidney Harris William Haefeli Eric Lewis Rea Irvin Joseph Mirachi Peter Steiner Emily Flake Mary Petty Frank Modell Mick Stevens Charlie Hankin George Price William O’Brian Gahan Wilson Carolita Johnson Carl Rose Charles Saxon Dean Vietor Zachary Kanin Schaub Barney Tobey Jack Ziegler

Procter & Gamble’s 4 “All right, have it your way—you heard a seal bark!” “Oh, yes, Harold is doing very well at Yale. He’s been tapped for Skin and Bones.” 5 1925-1935 II High Position on Wall Street “What have you done with Dr. Millmoss?” 6 “I never told her about the Depression. She would have worried.” 7 1925-1935 II “No, Bill, I can’t marry you. I care only for the abstract in art.” “Pa, what’s all this talk about evolution?” “Son, I’ll have to consult my attorney before I

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