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Bill Watterson isn't just the creator of the world's best comic strip. According to the book "Looking for Calvin and Hobbes," a biography of the elusive and reclusive cartoonist, Watterson is also a world-class introvert.
At the end of 1995, the beloved “Calvin and Hobbes” sledded off the comics page for the final time, and its long-reclusive
"It’s a magical world, Hobbes, ol’ buddy…Let’s go exploring!" For a decade beginning in 1985, Bill Watterson captivated newspaper
Documentary filmmaker Joel Allen Schroeder, 33, said he didn't try to interview Watterson out of respect for his privacy
A portrait by artist and comedian Craig Mahoney of a grown-up Calvin, of Bill Watterson's immortal "Calvin and Hobbes", may bring you to tears.
A portrait of a grown-up Calvin (of Bill Watterson's immortal "Calvin and Hobbes") by artist and comedian Craig Mahoney may cause tears to uncontrollably fly out of your face.
WARNING: This portrait of a grown-up Calvin (of Bill Watterson's immortal "Calvin and Hobbes") by artist and comedian Craig