Fri 13 June 2008, The Independent

Pont: The British Character (1936)

By Tom Lubbock
Cartoons are generally a critic-free zone. They're designed to speak for themselves, and most people can get the point without assistance. All the critic can do, it seems, is analyse the joke to death. But let's not be deterred. Let's take a great cartoon, and see what can be done. This year it's the birth-centenary of the cartoonist Pont, who flourished in Punch in the 1930s. There's a show of his work at the Cartoon Museum in London.
Read the original article.
It was published by The Independent, which adheres to the PCC Code