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Computer-generated faces show cartoons as they might look if they came to life (click 'i' to find out who's who)

Vernon God Little by DBC Pierre

A Huckleberry Finn for the Eminem generation

Satire or anti-Semitism? Looking at Goya

'Exactly as Goya does, Brown accuses a political leader of sacrificing his own children'

The Lough Pool Inn, Sellack

He used to own a chain of cool, minimalist London eateries. Now Stephen Bull runs a remote country inn, decorated with horse brasses. Richard Johnson paid a visit

Profile Charlie Brown: Good grief, the ball game's over

American society may have undergone seismic change over the past 50 years, but some things remained constant - like baseball, root beer and the anxious little icon who announced his retirement last week.

It was nice knowing you, Charlie Brown

CHARLIE BROWN, the oldest little kid in America, will retire next year after nearly 50 years as the star of the Peanuts cartoon strip.

The Independent Archive; `Every cartoon is like writing a story'

2 August 1989 - Being funny is a serious business. Three cartoonists give Michael Durham the secret of their success

Taxmen stay mum about their nice little earner

HERE'S some news the Inland Revenue would rather like to keep from you. For the first time, the authorities would really prefer it if you ignored the tax demand which falls due at the end of this month.

Net Gains: Mad math www.csun.edu/hcmh014/ comics/cc27.html

There are three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count and those who can't. All kinds of sub-cultures flourish on the Web and the world of maths humour is one of its odder blooms.
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