1. News of the deadly attack on the Paris office of Charlie Hebdo hit close to home for political cartoonists and other illustrators, who posted their reactions to the violent deaths of their follow artists.
  2. Reaction to the killing of two police officers and 10 journalists at the satirical publication came from all around the world.
  3. Montreal-based political cartoonist Terry Mosher, who draws under the name "Aislin" for the Montreal Gazette newspaper, shared his views on today's attack in an interview with CBC News Network host Diana Swain:
  4. Aislin reacts to Charlie Hebdo attack
  5. Halifax cartoonist Michael de Adder tweeted this shot of a work-in-progress.
  6. Quebec cartoonist Ygreck posted his work reflecting on "freedom of expression."
  7. This panel by Australian cartoonist David Pope has been retweeted over 36,000 times as of Wednesday afternoon.
  8. This panel came from Indian political cartoonist Satish Acharya.
  9. Of course, much of the reaction to the Paris attack came from within the country. French political cartoonist Plantu wrote that "Our hearts are with Charlie Hebdo."
  10. Some French comic book artists and illustrators, who don't normally draw editorial cartoons, also posted their work in reaction to the attack.
  11. Cartoonist Martin Vidberg tweeted, "How do you draw today? How do you not draw today?"
  12. The cartoon reads, "Today, I'm an editorial cartoonist. Today, I'm a journalist. Today, I draw for Charlie Hebdo."
  13. Jean Jullien drew his own take on the #JeSuisCharlie hashtag that has been trending since the attack.
  14. Illustrator François Maumont posted his message of "courage" for Charlie Hebdo.
  15. Illustrator Loïc Sécheresse drew a raised fist in solidarity with the magazine's staff.
  16. Paris comic book artist Boulet wrote that "Ducks will always fly higher than guns."
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