Who says newspaper comic strips are dying? Cartoons make an integral part of newspapers, conveying messages or expressing public opinion immaculately. They are also considered as the pictorial overture or introduction to any key event or personality and the readers love them.
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Newspapers cartoons originated in Italy, followed by Germany and France.
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They are comic strips that are used to regale the readers and make the newspaper more appealing and attractive to the common readers, especially the younger generation. They give social messages too.
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Newspaper cartoonists enjoy ample freedom to express their opinions or views, echoing the outlook of readers. Cartoonists always pick up news subjects, related to the present on a day-to-day basis. Cartoonists fear none while presenting their opinion on any event or individual.
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Some of the famous newspaper cartoonists in the world are Gary Larsen, Jonathan Shapiro, Lynn Johnston, Sudhir Dhar and R K Laxman.
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