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ANTHONY WEINER: The most eye-catching ‘Weinergate’ cartoons so far...

Now that Rep. Anthony Weiner has ‘fessed up today about his pervy form of social “networking,” Comic Riffs can say with certitude that editorial cartoonists are having a field day with the congressman’s underpants-flashing shenanigans.

Sure, the target might be like shooting kingfish in a barrel, but some satirists are hitting their marks with especial flair.

The blowdarts range from racy animations — the Taiwanese-based artists at Next Media Animation have fun with the congressman’s surname — to less-frontal approaches to the matter.

Here are some of the most eye-catching we’ve seen so far.

Nate Beeler pulls off a twin news-story mashup:

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. (MIKE LUCKOVICH/Atlanta Journal Constitution)


(STEVE BREEN/San Diego Union-Tribune)


(MICHAEL RAMIREZ/Investors Business Daily)

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Adam Zyglis follows the links:

(ADAM ZYGLIS/Buffalo News)
Writer/artist/visual storyteller Michael Cavna is creator of the "Comic Riffs" column and graphic-novel reviewer for The Post's Book World. He relishes sharp-eyed satire in most any form.


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