Artist: Jim Borgman
  • Cartoonists Remember 9/11

    The funny pages have gotten serious for 9/11. The nation's cartoonists have banded together to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the attacks in the Sunday papers on Sept. 11, 2011. Ninety-three comic strips are taking part, from "Archie" to "Zits." <a href=" http://abcnews.go.com/US/September_11/sept-11-anniversary-comic-strips-turn/story?id=14490264">READ MORE</a>
    Artist: Jim Borgman
  • Cartoonists Remember 9/11

    A panel from the strip "Zits," by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman. Part of the tribute, Cartoonists Remember 9/11.
    Copyright 2011 ZITS Partnership. Distrubuted by King Features Syndicate.
  • Cartoonists Remember 9/11

    How the comic strip "Hagar the Horrible" is commemorating 9/11. Part of the tribute, Cartoonists Remember 9/11.
    Copyright 2011 King Features Syndicate Inc. World rights reserved.
  • Cartoonists Remember 9/11

    "Hi and Lois," one of 93 cartoon strips drawn specially for the tenth anniversary of 9/11. By Brian and Greg Walker and Chance Browne.
    Copyright 2011 King Feature Syndicate Inc. World Rights Reserved.
  • Cartoonists Remember 9/11

    The comic strip "Pajama Diaries" remembers 9/11. By Terri Libenson.
    Copyright 2011 Terri Libenson. Distributed by King Features Syndicate.
  • Cartoonists Remember 9/11

    A panel from the comic strip "Arctic Circle," by Alex Hallatt. Drawn for Cartoonists Remember 9/11.
    Copyright 2011 Alex Hallartt, dist. By King Features Syndicate, Inc.
  • Cartoonists Remember 9/11

    A panel from the comic strip "Buckles," by David Gilbert, part of the tribute, Cartoonists Remember 9/11.
    Copyright 2011 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World Rights reserved.
  • Cartoonists Remember 9/11

    Part of the "Dennis the Menace" comic strip running on 9/11. By Ron Ferdinand for the tribute, Cartoonists Remember 9/11.
    Copyright 2011 North America Syndicate Inc.
  • Cartoonists Remember 9/11

    The comic strip "Dick Tracy," by Joe Staton and Mike Curtis, honors one of the fallen on 9/11. Part of the tribute, Cartoonists Remember 9/11.
    Copyright 2011 Tribune Media Services, Inc. All Rughts reserved.
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