After the tragedy of the killings at Charlie Hebdo on January 7th, 2015 and the multiple terrorist attacks in Paris that took place on November 13th, 2015, artists from around the world reacted with an outpouring of emotional cartoons.

Today, Belgium was hit with the same horror that France experienced only a few months ago and the cartoonists, once again, showed their solidarity, condemned the violence, and offered sympathy through art.


France comforting Belgium after the attacks. Plantu, Le Monde


Carlos Latuff


Samantha Montalban, Le Monde


Carlos Latuff and


Tintin, emblem of Belgium, weeps when reading the terrible news. "My God...!" Vladdo, Le Monde


Brussels' Manneken Pis: "I don't feel like peeing any longer." Lodi, Le Monde


Julie Hoyas, Le Monde

Some shared their responses via Instagram and Twitter.

Tintin, the hero of a classic Belgian cartoon, cries for Belgium.

Danger lucks in the shadows in Belgium.

A photo posted by Khalid Albaih (@khalidalbaih) on

“Is it too much to ask to piss in peace?”

A photo posted by Joann Sfar (@joannsfar) on