Cartoons: Cold War Comics

It’s a relief we don’t have to worry about these things anymore.

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“Works like a charm!”
Ed Fisher
November 25, 1961

 

“I mean, I can’t just like this stuff because Khrushchev doesn’t.”
Dana Fradon
November 10, 1962

 

“First thing, let’s look for hidden microphones.”
Woltz
September 5, 1964

 

“You better not. The last time I erased one of them, we fell six weeks behind Russia.”
Sidney Harris
May 19, 1962

 

“I’ll bet the Russians don’t have anything like that.”
Brian Savage
May 8, 1965

 

“I get that pain in the back of my neck on every one of these trips.”
Richard Decker
March 17, 1962

 

“About the depth of the air-raid shelter, just how big a bomb would you honestly want to survive?”
Ed Fisher
November 28, 1961

 

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Comments

  1. The scrapyard cartoon is my favorite of this group also. I love “You Be the Judge” too Jerry, and hope it returns soon in the magazine and online!

  2. The last three cartoons are definitely the best. I especially liked the scrapyard.

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