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You were the audience for a cartoonish circus just this morning, which does not even deserve the dignity of a response.
The choice between a realistic style or a cartoonish one is important, transcending the inclinations of individual artists.
Cartoonish arguments deserve the props they get, and in this case Bibi chose to go with an explosive that Wile E.
I would hope he would add to his list creating a law prohibiting cartoonish people from serving as media representatives in war zones.
Despite the static, cartoonish illustrations, this well-constructed board book is a good introduction to this holiday for the very young.
More successful is the two-faced vertical "portrait" painting Janus, 2005, in which a stylized desert plant rendered in creamy yellow, pink, and acid green also reveals itself as a brushy gestural head contained by a thick, cartoonish black outline; the ambiguous gender of the featureless head mirrors the playful disruption of genre expectations engendered by conflating portrait and landscape.
Cartoonish black-and-white illustrations add a charming touch to this delightful guide; regardless of whether one is a connoisseur of wine or hardly ever drinks it, Waiter, There's a Horse In My Wine is just plain fun to read.
Contrasted with the cartoonish Lindberghs, especially Ann Morrow, whose sensible words in the face of governmental insanity seem as contrived as the difficult ending, which seems designed only to explain the Lindbergh's "sell-out" in the context of their own family crises (perhaps even parallelling the Roths', but which is so far fetched and even silly to work.
Somehow those exploding heads have been squeezed into a 15 certificate, probably because they're played for cartoonish laughs, despite being graphically excessive.
The gay male characters in Bollywood movies are lame, cartoonish, limp-wristed types, so it seems like a lot of gay people are perpetuating this stereotype.
SOON NO ONE WILL KNOW A CANDIDATE WHO IS NOT RACECAR DRIVER OR CARTOONISH ENTERTAINMENT FIGURE.