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Posted at 11:22 PM ET, 10/25/2011

#OCCUPY NEWS SITES: 6 Eye-Catching ‘Big Banks’ Cartoons

In several shorts weeks, the “Occupy” movement has become like an old friend to cartoonists. Amid the GOP debates and Obama updates and Gaddafi’s ultimate expiration date, the daily satirist can always turn to Wall Street and global protestors for economic fodder.

Here are a half-dozen banking cartoons catching our eye this week:

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NEXT MEDIA ANIMATION.

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MIKE LUCKOVICH:


(MIKE LUCKOVICH / Atlanta Journal Constitution)
MATT WUERKER:


(MATT WUERKER / Politico)
SIGNE WILKINSON:


(SIGNE WILKINSON / Washington Post Writers Group)

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NATE BEELER:


(NATE BEELER / Washington Examiner)
JEFF STAHLER:


(JEFF STAHLER / Columbus Dispatch / Cagle.com)
MEANTIME, Comic Riffs inked a cartoon that had been idling in our sketchbook. If only because it’s a board game we would like to play:


From Zuccotti Park Place to the Roseanne bar: “The game that pits high finance and high dudgeon.” (THE M.C. CANVAS)
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OCCUPY WALL STREET SIGNS: Which ones should go into the Smithsonian?

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