A note from David Sipress: “This cartoon popped into my head after we started bombing in Libya. I already was feeling completely fed up and overwhelmed by two useless, terrible wars, and the news from Libya seemed to push things to the point of total absurdity.”
David Sipress is a staff cartoonist at The New Yorker. He has published more than 450 cartoons in the magazine. His work has been published in many other magazines and newspapers, including Time, Parade, Funny Times, Utne, and Shambhala Sun. He has illustrated numerous books and has authored eight cartoon collections. David is also a fiction writer. He lives in Brooklyn.