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But his gifts for satirizing the zeitgeist persevered. A dozen newspapers across the country dropped the strip on the grounds that not even a fictional cartoon character was entitled to prejudge a suspect before trial. It was also a sign of my own growing understanding of feminism as the most impactful social movement of the 20th century. I was their first male member, and while cynical friends assumed my involvement was some sort of dating strategy, I saw it as having a front-row seat at the revolution.
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Jon Kalish. All rights reserved. The ground-breaking comic strip Doonesbury has been with us for a half-century. It was the first daily comic strip to win a Pulitzer Prize for tackling social issues, politics and war. It's also been censored for some of those same reasons. Its main character was B.
The ground-breaking comic strip Doonesbury has been with us for a half-century. It was the first daily comic strip to win a Pulitzer Prize for tackling social issues, politics and war. It's also been censored for some of those same reasons. Its main character was B.
At Yale his comic strip Bull Tales —the precursor to Doonesbury —appeared in the Yale Daily News and quickly developed a cult following. Influenced by Jules Feiffer , the liberal Village Voice cartoonist, and Walt Kelly , the creator of the comic strip Pogo , Trudeau utilized situational humour and complex characterization for comic effect; the deliberate, subtle pacing of the strip represented a departure from traditional daily cartoon style, which emphasized punch lines and simple jokes. Bull Tales was picked up by the Universal Press Syndicate in and began appearing in newspapers nationwide under the name Doonesbury. Trudeau was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in , and the strip enjoyed wide readership and critical acclaim. Doonesbury included a large cast of appealing and extensively developed central characters—such as the good-natured everyman Michael Doonesbury, the aging hippie Zonker Harris, the liberal talk-show host Mark Slackmeyer, the perpetually helmeted football star B.