NINERS QB Colin Kaepernick has been busy trying to trademark his bicep smooch.

Retiring Ravens LB Ray “Deer Antler Spray” Lewis should perhaps adopt Charger great Lance Alworth’s ol’ nickname: “Bambi.”

And NFL commish Roger Goodell has traveled to the Land of Bounty Punishment with his own CTE brain-damage controversy hanging over his head.

The storylines are plentiful just minutes ahead of Super Bowl XLVII — aka Harbowl I (or if you prefer, Super ‘Baugh I) — providing the nation’s cartoonists with more fodder than you can shake a GoDaddy slapdown order at.

So here — from suspicious consumption of primo PEDs to conspicuous consumption of Locos Tacos Supreme — are the VI most striking Super Bowl XLVII cartoons:

NATE BEELER:


. (courtesy of NATE BEELER / Columbus Dispatch /. )

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GLENN McCOY:


. (GLENN McCOY / Universal Uclick /.)

. (courtesy of MIKE LUCKOVICH / Atlanta Journal Constitution /.)

“Have you given any thought to what you’re doing to do with your life after the Super Bowl?” (DAVID SIPRESS / courtesy of The New Yorker / . )

FOR MORE SUPER BOWL HUMOR:

1. Kevin Kallaugher’s cartoon for the Baltimore Sun

2. Next Media Animation pits Super Bowl vs. Puppy Bowl

3. “Bad Lip Reading,” NFL Playoff Edition.

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