Cartoonists Roundtable Bob Mankoff Editor, The New Yorker Book of Business Cartoons [Bloomberg Press, 1998] Contributing Cartoonist, "The New Yorker" President, The Cartoon Bank Robb Armstrong Creator of the comic strip "Jump Start" Author, Jump Start: A Collection [Andrews McMeel, 1997] and Jump Start: A Love Story [Harper Perennial, 1996] Bill Griffith Creator of the comic strip "Zippy the Pinhead" Nicole Holander Creator of the comic strip "Sylvia" In many American newspapers, somewhere between world news and the stock reports, are the funnies. And for many people, it's the first thing they turn to. Today's comic strips speak to almost every niche. There's something for political junkies and advice for the lovelorn. There's family humor, business satire, animal jokes and that old favorite .... the relationship between men and women. Join guest host Lynn Neary for a roundtable discussion with the creators of some of today's most popular comic strips ... and a look at the role of the funnies in American popular culture.

Cartoonists Roundtable

Cartoonists Roundtable

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Bob Mankoff Editor, The New Yorker Book of Business Cartoons [Bloomberg Press, 1998] Contributing Cartoonist, "The New Yorker" President, The Cartoon Bank Robb Armstrong Creator of the comic strip "Jump Start" Author, Jump Start: A Collection [Andrews McMeel, 1997] and Jump Start: A Love Story [Harper Perennial, 1996] Bill Griffith Creator of the comic strip "Zippy the Pinhead" Nicole Holander Creator of the comic strip "Sylvia" In many American newspapers, somewhere between world news and the stock reports, are the funnies. And for many people, it's the first thing they turn to. Today's comic strips speak to almost every niche. There's something for political junkies and advice for the lovelorn. There's family humor, business satire, animal jokes and that old favorite .... the relationship between men and women. Join guest host Lynn Neary for a roundtable discussion with the creators of some of today's most popular comic strips ... and a look at the role of the funnies in American popular culture.