"The most meaningful art is able to be enjoyed and understood at every stage of life."
"I think we both got some surprises,” Watterson told the Washington Post in an interview describing the process. “I didn’t
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Calvin And Hobbes' Creator Bill Watterson Returns To The Comics Page -- To Offer A Few ‘Pearls' Gems
At the end of 1995, the beloved “Calvin and Hobbes” sledded off the comics page for the final time, and its long-reclusive
Correction: An earlier edition of this article dubbed this poster Watterson's first artwork since 1995, when in fact it is
The documentary Dear Mr. Watterson explores what makes Calvin & Hobbes so special, beloved, and influential, and why its creator was willing to take on newspapers and the comics industry not only to serve his creation, but comics in general.
It should be noted that ever since "Calvin and Hobbes" creator Bill Watterson stopped publishing the comic back in 1995, he
"It’s a magical world, Hobbes, ol’ buddy…Let’s go exploring!" For a decade beginning in 1985, Bill Watterson captivated newspaper
Bill Watterson retired from writing and drawing "Calvin & Hobbes" about 18 years ago, but the timelessness of his message -- to always remain thoughtful, imaginative, and playful -- will stick in our culture forever, if we're lucky.
Bill Watterson retired from writing and drawing "Calvin & Hobbes" about 18 years ago, but the timelessness of his message
Documentary filmmaker Joel Allen Schroeder, 33, said he didn't try to interview Watterson out of respect for his privacy
WARNING: This portrait of a grown-up Calvin (of Bill Watterson's immortal "Calvin and Hobbes") by artist and comedian Craig
Sure, the original "Calvin and Hobbes" strip by Bill Watterson had its dark overtones, but nothing compared to this gritty
The comic strip "Calvin & Hobbes" has never seen an authorized animation for one reason: Its creator, Bill Watterson, has
Using rarely seen footage from the Russian State Film Archives, documentarian Kevin McNeer has produced a fascinating documentary about the late Soviet political cartoonist and propaganda artist Boris Efimov.
This marks the 15th year since "Calvin and Hobbes" said goodbye to the comics pages. Creator Bill Watterson, who grew up
Given that most newspapers still don't publish weekday comics in color, my mistake was putting today's cartoon guests in the green room rather than the black-and-white room.