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July 2024

Patriotism = Free Speech
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HUSTLER: The Cartoons
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HUSTLER: The Cartoons

Outrageous! Irreverent! Funny! They were the words Larry Flynt used to describe what he was looking for in a HUSTLER cartoon.

Larry considered the cartoons to be as important, if not more important than any other element of his magazine. In a single frame they have the ability to convey biting political satire, thought-provoking social commentary and, of course, roll-on-the-ground humor. To see Larry’s eyes light up when a particularly good gag tickled his funny bone made the editorial staff’s day.

So it is only fitting, in an issue where we celebrate HUSTLER’s history, that we celebrate the cartoons that have contributed in no small way to our success through the decades. Here are some of our—and Larry’s—favorites, and check out the interviews with HUSTLER’s talented cartoonists below.

We trust you will find our art—and artists—outrageous, irreverent and very fucking funny! Enjoy.



Make no mistake, Larry Flynt loved his cartoonists. Granted, his critiques had the subtlety of a sledgehammer, but such is the cost of working under a fearless visionary who lived to poke the proverbial bear. Dan Collins, an Ohio-born illustrator who sold his first cartoon to HUSTLER way back in ’75, knew how to make Larry laugh. And if it ruffled some feathers, then so much the better.

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