In the US, the Ebola scare is opening up a debate if containing the virus (e.g. through forced quarantine) is more important than civil/human rights. Other countries will see similar debates as long the virus continues to spread.
A while back I did an interview for the ARTE project No Laughing Matter, a webdoc featuring interview with cartoonists from all over the world. In my interview, I talk about the challenges of making cartoons about Europe.
News caught up with this cartoon, which was based on a Turkish cartoonist Musa Kart facing 9 years in prison for doing a cartoon of Erdogan. He was acquitted earlier today. Still, I think the cartoon is relevant for the current state of Turkey. Also, it's nearly Halloween. And perhaps most important, it was a fun cartoon to draw.