To be sure, ADHD can make it difficult for students to pay attention in class and organize their lives. The importance of learning key attentional control skills should not be undervalued. But let's not throw out the baby with the bathwater.
According to Matt Michel, editor of the Proceedings of the Natural Institute of Science, a half-satirical, half-serious-but
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.
"I think we both got some surprises,” Watterson told the Washington Post in an interview describing the process. “I didn’t
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
Bill Watterson's classic comic strip always took an extra sharp turn for the weird around the season's first snowfall. And although there hasn't been a new "Calvin and Hobbes" printed in the last twenty or so years, Calvin's mischievous spirit has quite clearly lived on.
A snowman reenactment of Shaun of the Dead. A snow intruder. A perfectly un-perfect snowman. A lot of snow monsters and their
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