Editorial cartoonists are buffeted by unprecedented challenges from global computer information networks. Newspapers fail, colleagues are dismissed or harried, and they tussle over selling gags rather than satire. Graphic Opinions offers a path-breaking group portrait of these artists attempts to reconcile ecomics with a sense of calling. The editors examine the current work and opinions of two dozen prominent cartoonists through profiles and essays about political and social issues. Four examples by each cartoonist illustrate this.