There’s been a lot of talk about people being disengaged from politics this election cycle, and this week’s most popular cartoons seems to back that up.
Despite midterm elections that saw Republicans struggle and Donald Trump put himself back into the spotlight, editors seemed more interested in Elon Musk and the chaos he’s created at Twitter. Between the issues at Twitter and layoffs at Amazon, it wasn’t the best week for some of the world’s top tech giants.
I also enjoyed Dave Whamond’s cartoon about a changing of the guard at Starbucks, from pumpkin spike lattes to eggnog lattes, which is probably a lot more relevant to people than how large the Republican majority will be in the House.
Here are our top ten most reprinted cartoons of the week:
#1. Monte Wolverton, Cagle.com
#2. Dave Granlund, Cagle.com
#3. John Darkow, Columbia Missourian
#4. Jeff Koterba, Cagle.com
#5. Dave Granlund, Cagle.com
#6. John Darkow, Columbia Missourian
#7. Randall Enos, Cagle.com
#8. Adam Zyglis, Buffalo News
#9. Dave Whamond, Cagle.com
#10. Dick Wright, Cagle.com
Daryl Cagle is the publisher of Cagle.com and owner of Cagle Cartoons, Inc, a syndicate that distributes editorial cartoons and columns to over 700 newspapers. See Daryl’s blog at: DarylCagle.com. See all of the cartoons at Cagle.com