Private Eye cartoon: The only game in town

This was inspired by my wife, Kath, who has been a fan of playing Solitaire on computers as long as I've known her. She doesn't have an iPad but I know what its primary use would be if she did.

The cartoon can be seen in the current Private Eye along with a somewhat cynical one I drew about the new Star Trek movie, even though I haven't seen it yet. Cynicism is part of the job description when it comes to magazine cartoons.

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Humorous illustration: Keep it down!

This illustration accompanied a newspaper article about irritation at rising noise levels. Maybe it's because I'm getting older, but I can relate to this. And talking of getting older, readers of a certain age may know that Noise Annoys is a Buzzcocks song.

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Private Eye cartoon: Anger management 3

It's pure coincidence that I now seem to have had a series of cartoons about anger in Private Eye over recent months, after this one, then this one.

Actually, this is the oldest of the lot, as it has taken a while to appear, and was originally drawn for an captionless cartoon contest – where the theme was "Anger" – on the Cartoonists' Club website.