As the hardreading staff has noted on numerous occasions, Boston is lucky to be not just a Two-Daily Town, but a Two-Cartoonist Town as well.
The Boston Herald starts with this front page:
Inside, Jerry Holbert has this to offer:
Crosstown, the Boston Globe’s Dan Wasserman gets a big chunk of the editorial page:
Cartoonist Ted Rall points this out at The Nib:
More full-time staff political cartoonists were killed in Paris yesterday than are employed at newspapers in the states of California, Texas and New York combined.
More full-time staff cartoonists were killed in Paris yesterday than work at all American magazines and websites combined.
Count your blessings, Boston. In more ways than one.