Perhaps this doesn't really belong here as it's not a cartoon but a single-panel historical fact file that relates to particular "warlords" and their (often unknown) wargame hobby. I only compile these press clippings that I have found through extensive research of historical journals and books on the history of war. The fact file is syndicated by the Society for Army & Military Historical Research and published in the Journal of the Society for Army & Military Historical Research. Anyway, I think it can be interesting also for boardgamers, especially wargamers who often do not know the history of the games they play!
I will publish some more over the weeks so be sure to subscribe. Also if there is some warlord or wargame you would be interested in for me to conduct some historical research on and compile a file let me know by posting your request in this thread.
Publication schedule: #1 Churchill - A Victory Lost (Published) #2 WWI Military Leaders' Night - Paths of Glory (Published) #3 Napoleon - C&C: Napoleonics (Published) #4 Khrushchev - Here I Stand (Published) #5 Alexander the Great - Advanced Squad Leader (Published) #6 Mata Hari - BGG Wargamer Secret Santa (Published) #7 William Tecumseh Sherman - Fire Point: Fire Rescue (Published) #8 Erwin Rommel - Candy Land (Published)