The cover of Liza Donnelly's Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons (2005) depicts a half dozen female cartoonists dressed as The New Yorker's mascot Eustace Tilley. This copy was purchased on the second day of the MoCCA Arts Festival 2016. It was spotted at the table of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and contains a signed drawing of a funny lady who again happens to be dressed as Eustace Tilley.
Note: Which is correct, women cartoonists or woman cartoonists? Or should we just avoid using a noun to modify another noun? We would probably never say men cartoonists or, even worse, man cartoonists, would we? We would call them male cartoonists. But what about boy cartoonists...?
Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons, 2005
|Signed by Liza Donnelly with a drawing of a funny lady|
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