“Tom Tomorrow is both fearless and funny, two qualities that make him a first-rate editorial cartoonist,” Robb said. “He has developed a unique graphic style that perfectly suits his wry and clever assaults on politicians, political parties, and bad policies while also making his work instantly recognizable.”
Brodner said, “Dan Perkins’ output for the year was consistently strong, intelligent and witty. The work discussed the most important issues in a way extremely compelling and illuminating. The sequential political cartoon is a vivid and powerful form in his hands.”
Good for him. Good, too, for the alt-weekly world where Tom Tomorrow arose and flourished.
I'm trying hard to click "submit" without adding a gratuitous and un-called-for comment that ... that ... argh, I can't stop myself here ...
OK, I can't stand Tom Tomorrow. Reading Tom Tomorrow makes me want to poke out my eyes with knitting needles. I would rather eat a bowl of okra than read a Tom Tomorrow cartoon, and I hate okra.
Ahem. Sorry about that. Congratulations to Mr Perkins.