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October 7, 2012 in General, Links, News

Above: the US editorial cartoonist Jeff Danziger talks about his work (thanks to Mike Lynch for the video).

Alexander Matthews, the Procartoonists.org member whose work appears in The Dandy, Private Eye and The Phoenix among others, writes on his blog about what he sees as the key ingredients for writing a funny kids’ comic strip. Read the post here.

A new exhibition at the Jewish Military Museum in Hendon features political cartoons by Jewish cartoonists dating back to the 17th Century. Read more about Cartoons At War here. (Thanks to The Surreal McCoy for the link.)

Finally, the Syrian cartoonist Juan Zero tells Al Jazeera his work has become bolder since the conflict began in his country, and discusses the power of cartoons as protest.