Stan Mack, cartoons
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To call cartoonist Stan Mack unique is an understatement. Kind of like calling Donald Trump a lying, egomaniacal, racist, right-wing, authoritarian clown. It doesn’t quite do him justice. Mack teaches us to see not just with our eyes but our ears. His Real Life Funnies, with real life dialogue, were a staple of the Village Voice in its heyday. This year he brought his compassionate take on the world around him to WhoWhatWhy. Here are some of our favorites:

transitioning, transphobia

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In Transit (Chicago)


Tattoos, Equality

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Location, Location, Location (Austin)


coroner, intern

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Anatomy of a Dream


Montana, wolves

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Two Carnivores Call It a Draw


Taliban, Afghanistan, War

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Age of Innocents


Afghanistan, Taliban

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Corrective Directive


Race, COVID-19, Texas

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Houston, We Have a Problem


Housing prices, momeless

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Playin’ the Blue Note


Sexuality, Oldest Profession

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The Newest Oldest Profession 


Jobs, music

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Payback


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