Twenty years of Calvin & Hobbes

As The Complete Calvin and Hobbes appears, a reporter tries unsuccessfully to track down the comic strip’s creator, Bill Watterson.

Meanwhile, someone has drafted a smartass Calvin homage, Classics for Illiterates, which liberally employs the universal sign of contempt of the 1990s. (Via TMN.)

I’ve always suspected it was the maniacal pissing Calvin that sent Watterson into hiding.


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