IT IS called a longtime “open secret” in Hollywood, yet it took the exposés by the New Yorker and the New York Times over the past week to push the scandal and its attendant dialogue fully into the open.

Miramax and Weinstein Co. founder Harvey Weinstein, for decades one of Hollywood’s most powerful moguls, faces allegations of sexual harassment and assault from more than a dozen women. He has been fired and widely denounced, but his case is roiling the industry for all it represents, as well.

Late-night television has begun skewering the movie mogul. Here is how cartoonists are satirizing the man and the larger debate:


by Lisa Benson / Washington Post Writers Group 2017

DAVID FITZSIMMONS (Arizona Daily Star):

by David Fitzsimmons / Arizona Daily Star (CagleCartoons.com 2017)

JEFF KOTERBA (Omaha World Herald):

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

TOM TOLES (The Washington Post):

by Tom Toles / The Washington Post 2017


by Darrin Bell / Washington Post Writers Group 2017

BOB ENGLEHART (Cagle Cartoons):

by Bob Englehart / Cagle Cartoons 2017

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