Cartoons are wonderful way of expressing your thoughts - humour, anger, satire, sadness, ideas, ridicule, and much more.
Even though i don't go fishing for cartoons, the one that i used to regular watch out for were
1) Hindu's Keshav - don't think he actively does cartoons for them anymore - but he rarely failed to drive home the point. The best i remember was, when PNVR was in power, he used to be very slow/patient in acting to the extent of not resolving many issues, this was potrayed very nicely by a cartoon, in which PNVR is the boxing refree - and one guy is down on the floor and pVNR starts couting down, 10,9,8.....,0, -1, ....., -120,-121 etc...... that was lovely
2) Scott Adam's Dilbert, ofcourse the subject of dilbert's comedy gives Scott a wide scope. See my blog on Dilbert's All time best
3) Glenn Mccoy's Duplex - which by any standards, is not in the league of Keshav or Scott, is passably funny
and the cartoon i do not like that much - or rarely is funny (once again, to me) is Pearls after swine - with a caveat, that whenever the crocs & zeeba neighbors talk - it is cool.
P.S : In the DC area, we have what is called 'Washington Post' Express magazine that is distributed at all the metro stands in the area and lasts good for 20-30 mins of light reading covering all topics with a creatively funny eye-catching captions. It carries Duplex & Pearls.....
Long live humor - which takes me right to the next post....(above this one)