Writer/artist

WE TRY to fathom the toll.

Trillions of gallons of water, raining down in “biblical proportions.”

Thirty percent of Southeast Texas’s Harris County submerged.

Two flood-control reservoirs spilling over.

More than 20 lives lost.

As it turns toward Louisiana, Harvey has proved relentless in its record destruction, even as workers and volunteers have been tireless in their lifesaving efforts.

Millions are suffering. The heroes are countless. And the most crucial number, as always: That we respond as one.

Here is how some cartoonists are responding to the ongoing disaster along the Gulf:

NATE BEELER (Columbus Dispatch):

by Nate Beeler / Columbus Dispatch (CagleCartoons.com) 2017

SIGNE WILKINSON (Philly.com):


by Signe Wilkinson / Philly.com (WPWG) 2017

STEVE BREEN (San Diego Union-Tribune):


by Steve Breen / San Diego Union-Tribune 2017

JEFF KOTERBA (Omaha World Herald):

by Jeff Koterba / Omaha World Herald (CagleCartoons.com) 2017

PATRICK CHAPPATTE (International New York Times):

by Patrick Chappatte / International NYT (CagleCartoons.com) 2017

CLAY BENNETT (Chattanooga Times Free Press):


by Clay Bennett / Chattanooga Times Free Press (CagleCartoons.com) 2017

Elsewhere: