Check your HBO channels to catch the documentary celebrating editorial cartoonist Herb Block—aka Herblock—a proud, card-carrying Newspaper Guild member for 67 years. His epic career spanned the terms of 12 presidents, and helped bring one down. “Herblock: The Black and The White,” premiered in January and continues to air. Famous journalists, cartoonists and comedians describe the force of Herblock’s pen, and how skillfully he used it against the powerful. “For those too young too remember those paper pulp days, Herblock’s cartoon slot in the Post in the 1950s and ’60s was akin to having the only Tumblr account read in the nation’s capitol,” Wuerker writes. “He was Jon Stewart, Tom Toles and Andy Borowitz all rolled into one. He enjoyed a kind of singular clout in the media that would make Bill O’Reilly blush," editorial cartoonist Matt Wuerker wrote in reviewing the film. Photo: Block receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom.