Like the grains of sand in the drip of time, so are the days of Julian Assange holing up in the embassy of Ecuador.
And so it was that the American Secret Service became the center of attention, rather than staying behind the scenes, when they decided to host a party, complete with local prostitutes, when they took part in a security detail for an event in Colombia which hosted, among other guests, President Barack Obama.
The Secret Service Sex Scandal became a hot topic trending on twitter and other social networks, and was a luscious piece of red meat for media outlets. The Daily Dose commissioned Laughzilla to crystalize the affair in an illustrative #SecretServiceSexScandal comic strip.
The result was this U.S. Secret Service Sex Scandle Cartoon. What do you think of it? I’d love to hear from you.
Here, the iconic American leader of historic legacy is framed by the “Miss Me Yet?” question.
As the Purim holiday approached in the Hebrew calendar year 5772, Laughzilla was commissioned by Oy Vey and The Daily Dose to draw a political Venn Diagram comic strip panel that would explain the current geopolitical issue of a nuclear Iran.
In this editorial cartoon, Bibi Netanyahu explains his view and Barack Obama disagrees with him.
First published on March 6, 2012.
As March Madness approaches, there are a lot of math and science geniuses who try with all all their skills to calculate the winners and losers of the NCAA basketball championships. This year, 2012, being no different, Laughzilla penned this full color #occupymarchmadness editorial cartoon illustrating the fail attempt by one particular mad scientist on the hardwood court who is sure that he was right, despite failing to make an easy shot to the net.
First published on The Daily Dose, along with a list of top ten mad scientist jokes.
So it happens that in the record of history, the American pop star diva was laid to rest at the same time that the President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, was slaughtering more of his Syrian subjects.
Despite the unlikely combination of the two stories, Laughzilla found a way to do just that with this diva / dictator editorial cartoon for the bitter pill webcomic at The Daily Dose in this classic Assad / Houston cartoon.
By the way, if you don’t yet own your own copy of The Daily Dose editorial cartoon books, you might want to, with this caveat: The humor kills and the illustrations are to die for.
It’s Christmas Eve … and this year for an early Christmas present, The Daily Dose and Laughzilla bring you The Gingrinch Who Stole Christmas in a political cartoon and top 10 list of #occupychristmas jokes.
The #ows inspired comic strip panel takes poignant aim at a few of the 2012 GOP Presidential Candidates are in the spotlight during the 2011 winter holidays. Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann get the pen’s point to the hilt.
What do you think of the extra splash of red?
Happy holidays to all, and to all a good night! 🙂