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Doonesbury and strip
For example, the August 12, 1974 Doonesbury strip awarded a 1975 Pulitzer Prize for its depiction of the Watergate scandal.
Doonesbury is a comic strip by American cartoonist Garry Trudeau, that chronicles the adventures and lives of an array of characters of various ages, professions, and backgrounds, from the President of the United States to the title character, Michael Doonesbury, who has progressed from a college student to a youthful senior citizen in the 40 + years of the strip's daily existence.
" That same year, then-U. S. President Gerald Ford acknowledged the stature of the comic strip, telling the Radio and Television Correspondents ’ Association at their annual dinner, " There are only three major vehicles to keep us informed as to what is going on in Washington: the electronic media, the print media, and Doonesbury, not necessarily in that order.
A panel from the famous Doonesbury “ Stonewall ” strip, referring to the Watergate scandal, from August 12, 1974 ; awarded the Pulitzer Prize.
Doonesbury has angered, irritated, or been rebuked by many of the political figures that have appeared or been referred to in the strip over the years.
When Doonesbury ran the names of soldiers who had died in Iraq since the 2003 invasion, conservative commentators accused Trudeau of using the American dead to make a profit for himself, and again demanded that the strip be removed from newspapers.
Some newspapers have dealt with the criticism by moving the strip from the comics page to the editorial page, because many people believe that a politically based comic strip like Doonesbury does not belong in a traditionally child-friendly comics section.
In some papers ( such as the Tulsa World and Orlando Sentinel ) Doonesbury appears on the opinions page alongside Mallard Fillmore, a politically conservative comic strip.
The character Toggle in Garry Trudeau's cartoon strip Doonesbury suffers from expressive aphasia.
In the comic strip Doonesbury, the mother of Toggle, Alex Doonesbury's fiancé, claims that Toggle's father is a member of Mötley Crüe, but she doesn't know which one.
* October 26 Garry Trudeau's comic strip Doonesbury debuts in approximately two dozen newspapers in the United States.
Various public figures and humorists, such as Jon Stewart of The Daily Show and Garry Trudeau, creator of the comic strip Doonesbury have popularized some more famous Bushisms, particularly those of George W. Bush.
Zonker Harris ( his full name is revealed in Doonesbury: A Musical Comedy to be Edgar Zonker Harris ) is the stereotypical hippie character in Garry Trudeau's comic strip Doonesbury.
The Winter Carnival parade reflects the theme, and Garry Trudeau, the creator of the comic strip Doonesbury who grew up in the town, creates artwork with characters from his comic strip doing things related to the theme for a button that can be purchased each winter.
The cartoonist Garry Trudeau, who draws the Doonesbury comic strip, was raised in Saranac Lake and has maintained his connections there.
Cartoonist Garry Trudeau, creator of the Doonesbury comic strip, released The 1990 Doonesbury Stamp Album through Penguin in 1990 ; this album contained a large number of perforated, gummed stamps featuring characters and settings from Doonesbury.

Doonesbury and daily
In the autumn of 2010, the Pulitzer prize-winning comic strip Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau featured the University in a series of daily strips.
Garry Trudeau parodied this dispute in his daily comic strip Doonesbury.
Newspaper daily strips typically consist of either four panels ( Doonesbury, For Better or For Worse ) or three panels ( Garfield, Dilbert ), all of the same size.

Doonesbury and about
Some of the second generation of Doonesbury characters have attended Walden, a venue Trudeau uses to advance his concerns about academic standards in America.
Affectionately embracing satirical portrayals has been a Bush tactic at other times as well, such as when he presented a self-parodying slide show at the May 2004 Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner about looking for weapons of mass destruction in the Oval Office after the political comic strip Doonesbury satirically portrayed him on a similar comical search.
In the 2004 book America ( The Book ), written by the staff of The Daily Show, a parody of Mallard Fillmore appears in a section about political cartoons ( which also included parodies of Peanuts and Doonesbury strips ):

Doonesbury and two
* October 26-Garry Trudeau's comic strip Doonesbury debuts in approximately two dozen newspapers in the United States.

Doonesbury and newspapers
Bloom County and Doonesbury began as strips in college newspapers under different titles, and later moved to national syndication.
Political cartoons can usually be found on the editorial page of most newspapers, although a few ( such as Garry Trudeau's Doonesbury ) are sometimes found on the regular comic strip page.
The email was published in newspapers, websites and blogs around the world and became the subject of a Doonesbury cartoon.
In 1976, when numerous newspapers nationally including the Madison Capital Times declined to run a series of Gary Trudeau's " Doonesbury " comic strips because of their controversial content, The Badger Herald negotiated with the syndicate and was the only paper regionally to print the cartoons.

Doonesbury and on
Some comic strips, such as Doonesbury and The Boondocks, may be printed on the editorial or op-ed page rather than the comics page because of their regular political commentary.
In the comic strip Doonesbury, Dick Davenport, a bird watcher and husband of a major character, died in 1986 due to a massive coronary brought on by observing and photographing this species.
On 9 August 2012, the syndicated comic strip Doonesbury described Strayer's unusually high executive compensation as part of a series of satirical strips on for-profit education.
While the strip was on hiatus from January 1983 to October 1984, the characters lived on in a Broadway production entitled Doonesbury: A Musical Comedy.
Fenwick is considered by some to be the model for the character of Lacey Davenport in Garry Trudeau's comic strip Doonesbury, although Trudeau's Lacey was not modeled on anyone in particular, according to Trudeau.
After fellow CBS newscaster and Texan Dan Rather was switched from the White House beat to hosting the documentary show CBS Reports in 1974, the Sunday October 13 edition of the Doonesbury comic strip featured a joking fantasy scene in which Schieffer, his successor, haltingly comments on the transition: " It was the affiliatesthey just couldn't take him.
Garry Trudeau's Doonesbury character Uncle Duke is based on Thompson's Raoul Duke.
He married Faith Elliott ( September 16, 1924 December 7, 2001 ) the same year as the studio's move, and they collaborated on nearly every film he made until his death in 1977 at age 62 during heart surgery ; their final production was A Doonesbury Special ( with creator Garry Trudeau ), which aired on NBC in November of that year.
Details on Lippincott's panel for the AIDS quilt from the Doonesbury Flashbacks computer program by Garry Trudeau, published by Mindscape in 1995.
In 1980 he staged Stephen Poliakoff's play American Days at Manhattan Theatre Club, which featured David Blue, one of the performers in the Rolling Thunder Revue, and then 1983 he staged Doonesbury: A Musical Comedy, based on the comic strip Doonesbury on Broadway.
* The Cawker City, Kansas ball of twine was the subject of Gary Trudeau's comic strip, Doonesbury, on July 16, 2012.
These characters ( and their friends and family ) remain center stage even though some strips focus on public figures and feature none of the main cast, in a manner similar to Doonesbury.
The strip, which is published in alternative newsweeklies such as Eye Weekly, offers political and social satire with a regular cast of characters, similar to Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau, but with more emphasis on caricature.

Doonesbury and October
The first Doonesbury cartoon, from October 26, 1970.

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