Political cartoons are such an interesting window into a country's culture. You learn a lot about what people find funny there, or what flavor of sarcasm fits — all while learning about a specific political or cultural event.

But there are moments where the feeling is universal.

Cartoonists from around the world are mourning Prince, who died on Thursday at his home in suburban Minneapolis. He was 57 years old.

He leaves behind a massive body of work and millions of heartbroken fans.

Here are just a few of the cartoonists paying tribute to the songwriter, singer, producer and all-around legend, Prince:

#Prince dies only to become a King#PrinceRIP pic.twitter.com/8BHCrObVr0

— swaha (@swahacartoons) April 22, 2016

My PRINCE Tribute, pls share. #Cartoon #RestInPurple pic.twitter.com/5TZyFYIxOS

— Lalo Alcaraz (@laloalcaraz) April 22, 2016

Also: Prince wasn't just an incredible musician, he was also incredibly generous.

— lectrr (@lectrr) April 21, 2016

Altijd wat met die pop-musici #Prince pic.twitter.com/i3X1z6a1wH

— Joep Bertrams (@joepbertrams) April 22, 2016

Prince https://t.co/2XXWaTrFuu pic.twitter.com/2OMP8rnt1A

— Michel Kichka (@michelkichka) April 21, 2016

Caricatura Prince pic.twitter.com/Upfb0rdp8U

— rayma (@raymacaricatura) April 22, 2016

#Prince. Aislin #MontrealGazette Saturday cartoon: https://t.co/0PmX0Edm9K pic.twitter.com/4H6xNpDu2T

— Terry Mosher (@TerryMosher1) April 22, 2016

Feel free to share. Thanks. #Prince #PrinceRIP #PrinceGoneTooSoon #PrinceTribute pic.twitter.com/bDdv0GRsFT

— Ed Hall (@halltoons) April 22, 2016

From PRI's The World ©2016 PRI