Wikipedia:Wikipedia in cartoons
|Wikipedia in the media|
|Wikipedia as a topic|
|Wikipedia as a source|
This page lists the appearance of Wikipedia as a subject in cartoons which appear in the print media.
Included in this page are editorial cartoons and gag cartoons.
- 22 August - The Press editorial cartoon by Mike Moreu.
- An office cleaner is seen editing a Wikipedia page about Air New Zealand. It is a reference to Air New Zealand computers being used to make the Air New Zealand Flight 901 article look more favourable for the airline.
- 8 November - Wulffmorgenthaler cartoon by Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler.
- A squirrel sitting in its tree hole, typing away at a computer. Caption: "Contrary to popular belief, none of the 2,000,900 articles on Wikipedia are written by users, but by one extremely dedicated squirrel".
- 20 January - Zits cartoon strip.
- Reference is made to the Mono article as a source of information.
- 8 May - Dilbert cartoon strip.
- Topper states that he will edit Wikipedia so that his gallstone was the Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration.
- "Wikpedian protestor" by xkcd
- "Malamenteau" by xkcd
- "Advertising discovery" by xkcd