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A Personal Narrative Describing a Favorite Cartoon: Transformers (699 words, 1 pages)
TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE When I was younger, I loved to watch cartoons. Although I watched many cartoons, there was one cartoon in particular that caught my attention the most. This cartoon was a science fiction story about robotic lifeforms called The Transformers. At that time, The Transformers ... Read More
A Comparison of Graphics and Cartoons, Two Style of Animation (517 words, 1 pages)
When the word animation is used, the first thing that comes to peoples minds are Bugs Bunny, Scooby Doo, or Micky Mouse. There is more to the field of animation than that. I will discuss two different styles of animation - Graphics and Cartoons. The first style is computer graphic ... Read More
The Negative Effects of Adult Cartoon on Children (901 words, 2 pages)
Adult Cartoons Who's to blame? Over the years, cartoons have become more real and violent, which makes it harder for children to know what is real and what is Ink and Paint. The question is, are cartoons really to blame for the violent and negative behavior of children? Parents say ... Read More
A Critical Analysis of the Political Cartoon Love the Police (1180 words, 4 pages)
IntroductionAnalysis of political cartoons is both an art and skill that is more of a reflective reasoning. It is based on the demonstrable perceptions that are held by a society. Such perceptions have hidden meaning that the artist creator envisions. Thus he or she assumes that his or her audience ... Read More
An Analysis of an Editorial and Cartoon on Rising Gas Prices (1215 words, 4 pages)
This past week, I heard many people complaining about the sudden rise of gas prices at the pump. A cartoon published last Sunday, February 27, 2011, in The Spartanburg Herald-Journal, gave a light-hearted view on a very serious subject. Dick Lochers untitled political cartoon addresses the rising price of gas ... Read More
The Shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and the Negative Issues Created by the Political Cartoons (257 words, 1 pages)
Shooting in Ferguson Missouri The issues in Ferguson, Missouri have created problems in Ferguson and nationwide. Michael Brown is the 18 year old who got shot and killed by officer Darren Wilson. Wilson shot Brown approximately seven times. Brown and his friend were leaving Ferguson Market and Liquor. Surveillance cameras ... Read More
A Bystander Effect and Our Civic Duty to Help a Victim in the Cartoon Work of Carroll Zahn (665 words, 2 pages)
In a certain cartoon I came across, the artist, Carroll Zahn, portrays a situation where a man is being held at gunpoint by a criminal. There is a police officer walking by and it is given that he is not looking to help the man at all. The issue at ... Read More
The Learning Benefits and Attention Enhancement Achieved by Watching Cartoons (538 words, 1 pages)
DraftThe publication of cartoons in today's generation of children seem to be ubiquitous with the exploration of carton leaving a large impression on children with many outcomes being in a positive manner than negative. For example, learning benefits, and attention enhancement. Many children of the younger generation today have difficulty ... Read More
The Portrayal of Native American Discrimination Through the Use of Visual Rhetorics in the Political Cartoon (249 words, 1 pages)
Liberty Bell CafeThis political cartoon represents the discrimination that Native Americans underwent during this time period through the uses of visual rhetorics. As tension is made apparent on the faces of both men in this picture. In this political cartoon the white man was in control of rules, regulations, and ... Read More
An Analysis of McCarthyism in the Political Cartoon (256 words, 1 pages)
This political cartoon shows the Committee on Un-American Activities driving recklessly through the streets, obviously not bothering to care that they were running over people. Chaos is evident, the face with all papers flying all over, parking meters falling over, and general looks of terror ons of people. This cartoon ... Read More
The Battle of the Alienists Cartoon as an Evidence in the Leopold and Loeb Murder Case in Chicago (509 words, 2 pages)
For the Thrill of It Leopold, Loeb, and the Murder That Shocked Chicago by Simon Baatz was published in 2008. Simon Baatz is a professor of history at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and at the City University of New York. Simon Baatzs background as a professor makes this ... Read More
The Plight of Robots in Futurama, a Cartoon Show (899 words, 3 pages)
In this cartoon reality set in the year 3,000, life on Earth is threatened by global warming that has been building up for a millennium. In 2063, the handsomest politicians combat the problem by dropping massive ice cubes into the ocean to cool the planet down. The greenhouse gasses continue ... Read More
An Ironic Portrayal of Barack Obama by the Cartoonist Chip Bok (533 words, 2 pages)
Since Barack Obama was elected in 2008, he has managed multiple wars, such as the Iraq War, the Libyan Crisis, and the Global War on Terrorism. Some of the wars that Obama has managed, America started when his predecessor was in office, and some Obama has declared himself. Despite this, ... Read More
The Controversy Related to the Cartoon Depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in the French Publication Charlie Hebdo (1125 words, 4 pages)
The French publication Charlie Hebdo has created a large amount of controversy over its on and off 30 year run (Read, 2015). Its most recent controversy involved offensive cartoon depictions of the prophet Muhammad. This is definitely not the first time that the magazine had published offensive material about religious ... Read More
The Use of Symbols, Imagery, and Humor in Kirk Anderson’s Political Cartoon on Technology Taking Over Employment (509 words, 2 pages)
Technology has improved various aspects of life such as communication, marketing, and sales. However, there has been debate if technology will take over careers. It is debated if machines and computers take over every job One example is truck drivers. Reportedly on, Google and Telsa are working on trucks ... Read More
The Similarities and Differences Between Anime and Cartoons (525 words, 2 pages)
Many people love a good animation Japanese Anime and Western Cartoons, for example, are popular when it comes to animations. Although Japanese Anime and Western cartoons are both animations, they both also have their differences. Both anime and cartoons show similarities and differences in styles, stories, and certain audiences.Japanese Anime ... Read More
An Analysis of the 2015 Editorial Cartoon by Lisa Benson (1030 words, 4 pages)
The road to prosperity is a difficult path to pave, often times the bricks themselves requiring financial sacrifice. The formation of this road is displayed through a single-frame picture that shows two men piecing together bricks to form an unfinished road. A sign that says Road to Prosperity stands nearby ... Read More
The Career and Job Description of a Cartoonist (446 words, 3 pages)
Cartoonists Cartoonists and animators draw almost everything you see whether it'son television or in a magazine. Drawings are everywhere most people don'tthink that someone actually gets paid a large sum of money for thosedrawings. Being a good animator or cartoonist requires some schooling, butmost don't even finish high school. It ... Read More
A Report on My Favorite Cartoon Character from Pokemon, Pikachu (707 words, 3 pages)
My favorite cartoon character that inspired me childhood is Pikachu. Pikachu is an Electric-type pokemon, and is the most popular mascot of the Pokemon franchise. Pikachu is a short, chubby rat like pokemon (fictional animal-like character). It is covered in yellow fur and its ears are long and pointed with ... Read More
An Interpretation of Uncle Sam’s Thanksgiving Dinner, a Cartoon Mirroring Racism and Anti-Immigration (699 words, 3 pages)
The American Gulliver and Chinese Lilliputians cartoon is definitely anti-immigration. I basically portray, the big man, America being held back by many Chinese workers who are demanding the same rights Americans have. The conservative cartoon makes the Chinese look terrible and demanding a lot, when they really just want the ... Read More
An Analysis of the Common Traits of Today’s Cartoons (752 words, 3 pages)
Upon my research by watching some shows on Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Boomerang, and a little bit of Disney channel, there is a common trend I am seeing in styles and themes for todays cartoons. In all honesty, these shows all feel the same with an energetic, loveable idiot of a ... Read More
Cartoon Violence Should Be Censored because of Its Critical Effects on Youngsters (1128 words, 6 pages)
Specific purpose To persuade the audience about the reasons as to why cartoon violence should be censored and its critical effects on youngsters based on their general way of life.Thesis I will persuasively talk about the following elements of cartoon violence I) Definition of cartoon violence, ii) Brief history and ... Read More
An Analysis of Bob Engelhart’s Cartoon About Ron Paul’s Campaign (348 words, 2 pages)
On March 12, 2012 cartoonist Bob Englehart posted this cartoon aboutRon Paul's campaign on The cartoon uses imagery toconvey the artist's message that Ron Paul (identified by the bannertrailing behind him) is doomed in the upcoming election and has no chanceof victory in the Republican Primary. The three consecutive ... Read More
A Political Cartoon of GOP War on Voting (641 words, 3 pages)
In the September 15th issue of Rolling Stone Magazine, an article about the GOP War on Voting by Ari Berman was published on pages 49-52. The article included a strong political cartoon to illustrate the point of the author. The article shows how the United States is preparing as a ... Read More
An Analysis of the Political Cartoon About the Presidential Campaign Between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich by Henry Payne (298 words, 1 pages)
On December 28, 2011 Henry Payne produced a political cartoon posted on about the recent presidential candidate campaign between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. In the cartoon the artist uses the images of two boxers, one representing Mitt Romney and the other Gingrich, to show the conflict between the ... Read More
An Analysis of a Cartoon by Gledd Fodon Referencing Republican Primary Candidate Mitt Romney in Relation to Upcoming Votes (325 words, 2 pages)
On March 9, 2012 a cartoon by Gledd Fodon referencing Republicanprimary candidate Mitt Romney in relation to upcoming votes was posted This cartoon mainly targets the sense of desperateness MittRomney feels as he tries to increase his chances of winning delegates inthe Southern States. Being a Massachusetts Mormon, Romney ... Read More
The Irony Behind the Political Cartoon of Henry Payne (297 words, 1 pages)
On December 27, 2011 Henry Paynes political cartoon was posted on the cartoon section of The cartoon uses the classic cartoon relationship between Elmer Fudd and his prey, Bugs Bunny. In the well-known television cartoon, Elmer hunts Bugs Bunny, a rabbit, but is consistently outsmarted by his prey and ... Read More
An Analysis of the Political Control Monopolies Held Over Congress in the Political Cartoon Monopoly by Joseph Keppler (514 words, 2 pages)
The turn of the 19th century was marked by the rise of big businesses and the formation of trusts. Accompanying this, many issues emerged as a few people, namely the heads of the industries, controlled almost ninety percent of the nations wealth. In order to expose these surfacing problems, many ... Read More
An Analysis of a Political Cartoon about the Scholastic Achievement Test (870 words, 3 pages)
What is the SAT? The Scholastic Achievement Test, or SAT for short, a globally recognized college admission test that lets you show colleges what you know and how well you can apply that knowledge, (Collegeboard). The test is used to measure readiness and predict future academic success, (Education ... Read More
An Analysis of Khalil Bendib’s Cartoon about the Occupy Wall Street Movement (838 words, 3 pages)
The corruption of wealth and avarice has always been a truly prolific source of inspiration and creativity for writers, authors, and cartoonists all over the world to initiate their works of art. And while writers and authors use words to explain, illustrate, and emphasize the message in their works, cartoonists ... Read More
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