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Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Anna Nicole Smith, take 3: Lucas Turnbloom
Not one, not two, but THREE I-Report cartoonists took a crack at the Anna Nicole Smith story this week. Here's Lucas Turnbloom's effort:



Check out the others below: Brixton Doyle and Jim Brenneman.

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Sad...........but true.
Aww, may she rest in peace and her little baby find peace when she grows older.
Love the Hollywood Lifestyle gag. Bravo!
GOOD JOB!!
Excellent.
This cartoon drives the point home best out of the three cartoons. It is unfortunate but somewhat obvious what happened to this poor person. Now if we can only let her rest in peace since she wasn't allowed or able to live in peace.
no one knows what true except her and God. Let her finally rest in peace.
The woman died froma broken heart because she loved her son with all of it. I started liking her when I saw how much she loved her son. When she lost him, I knew she wouldn't be far behind. Maybe the cynics should spend less time making fun of her and more time respecting her because she was a good mom who died before her time when she experienced what most people say is the worst loss you can feel.
This whole cartoon idea is disturbing...why can't you just let her rest?
How sad, the general population knows more about Anna Nicole than they know about their president, governers or local politicians (the folks we actually elect to run our country). Just goes to show where we have collectively placed our priorities & values.
It's unfortunate...and they said Hollywood was glamorous...
Truth be told, she's better off dead...Now let's get on with the rest of our lives, thank you...
crappy!
It is a sad ending for Anna Nicole.
I hope the courts can find a positive ending for the baby girl, who deserves a chance at a normal and happy life.
Leave her alone already. No peace in life no peace in death.
Can't you people let her be? I think its ridiculous that we have to put cartoons in the news about deceased people. AWFUL!
IT IS SO SAD MS SMITH COULD NOT ENJOY WATCHING HER CHILDREN GROW UP, SHE IS AT LEAST W/ HER SON BUT HER LIL GIRL WILL NEVR FEEL HER MOTHER OR BROTHER AGAIN, LIFE SUCKS SUMTIMES BUT I PRAY SHE AND HER SON ARE HAPPY AND HER DAUGHTER WILL LIVE A LONG LIFE FULL OF LUV
The suggestion that what killed Anna Nicole Smith was something as general and all-applicable as "Hollywood lifestyle" is totally ridiculous and unfunny. The whole story behind her death obviously has yet to come out, but it's clear at this point that there was enough weird stuff flying around her that her story is more complex than just saying that her "Hollywood lifestyle" killed her. If this were the case, the excellent work that Larry King has done in talking to the people surrounding the case and making their voices heard would be fruitless, rather than shocking. This cartoonist has a chip on his shoulder about Hollywood liberalism and is shamelessly using somebody's tragic and bizarre death to push that grudge forward on the public. Cartooning should be about humorously exposing truths about society and the world rather than about humorlessly reinforcing your own biases.
She brought it all on herself. I'm tired of all the "NEWS" coverage of so called celebrities i.e. Brittany, Lindsay and Anna Nicole.
Quit making her seem as though, she was a dark, evil person. Yes, she had a lot of problems, but who doesnt ? I hope she is at peace where ever that may be.
The media had so much to do with this sad story and it looks like you will continue to hurt her. Shame on you!
Smith, Irwin, Princess D (and the rest of these victims) really just illustrate how sick the media are.
Can you please add Paris Hilton and Britney Spears to this cartoon!!!!
I agree with the point of the cartoon but not with the "poor Anna" sentiment. She decided to lead that life and made choices that were her responsibility. Anna was not a victim, but a willing participant.
The cartoonist needs to get a life. She just passed away a few weeks back and the cartoonist is already cracking a lame joke showing his insensitivity. Let her finally rest in peace.
Yeah, go ahead and blame Hollywood for EVERYTHING. It's not like traders and ball players don't take drugs.

I don't see you anti-Hollywood types attacking torture-fests like "24", or the mega-rated Fox Noise Channel. Cut me a BREAK.
That's irresponsible. First of all, the cause of death has yet to be determined and secondly, not all of us in Hollywood self-destruct.
tasteless and completely inappropriate! i expect more out of you cnn.
Exactly. . . Couldn't have said it better. The woman was basically a televised hooker. No, duh she suddenly died - foul play or not. The lifestyle of Hollywood is completely messed up and wrong. Just look at all of these celebrities, how many of them are on drugs, criminals, depressed, this relationship that relationship . . . It's all a bunch of crap.
I'll admit that I was not a huge fan of hers in life, but I wish her a peaceful rest and heaven's help for the child she left behind. Such a situation is a tragedy enough without the legal battles and publicity stunts everyone is pulling.
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