When an event occurs that is as horrendous and heart-breaking as the recent shootings at Fort Hood, it's often a newspaper's editorial cartoonist who is best able to capture the pulse of a community's feelings in a single, powerful image.
I'll be posting cartoons about this tragic event as they come in from cartoonists throughout the country.
UPDATED Tuesday 11:20 a.m..
By Steve Sack - The Star-Tribune (Minnesota)
By Matt Bors
By Joe Heller - The Green Bay Press-Gazette
UPDATED Sunday 11:45 a.m.
By Eric Allie - Cagle Cartoons (Click to purchase)
UPDATED Sunday 10:15 a.m.
By Daryl Cagle - msnbc.com (Click to comment on this cartoon)
By R.J. Matson - The St. Louis Post-Dispatch
UPDATED Saturday 3:27 p.m.
By Rick McKee - The Augusta Chronicle
By Stephane Peray - The Nation (Thailand)
By Steve Benson - The Arizona Republic
By Clay Jones - The Free Lance-Star
UPDATED Saturday 10:40 a.m.
By Marshall Ramsey - The Clarion-Ledger
By Nate Beeler - Washington Examiner (Click to purchase)
By Mark Streeter - Savanna Morning News
UPDATED 5:59 p.m.
By Steven Breen - San Diego Union-Tribune
By Kirk Walters, The Toledo Blade
By Gary Varvel - Indianapolis Star
UPDATED 4:45 p.m.
By Mike Keefe - Denver Post (Click to purchase)
By Bruce Plante - Tulsa World
By J.D. Crowe - Press-Register (Alabama)
By John Sherffius - Boulder Camera
By Jimmy Margulies - The Record (New Jersey)
By Dave Granlund - PoliticalCartoons.com (Click to purchase)
By Jim McCloskey - The News Leader (Virginia)
By Randy Bish - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (Click to purchase)