Approximately one-tenth of the book contains essays about matters great and small--from cartooning to life--and stories about the inspiration behind some of his greatest strips. Not surprisingly, Watterson shines through as a being of considerable integrity, and the cartoons gain in depth thanks to his commentary. And, of course, the cartoons in the other 90% of the book are alternately side-splitting hilarious or touching. Happy Anniversary, Bill, and good luck with whatever it is you are doing now!
Has comments from Bill Watterson for some of the book. Interesting reads.Published 20 hours ago by Leese
What can I say that hasn't already been said. Even after all these years I still thoroughly enjoy C and H. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Pablo Critton
Bought it before my first kid was born hoping for him to like it. Now he's nine and has been watching it and reading it for years! A classic!!!Published 9 days ago by carlos montoya
My son loved it for his birthday gift. He's a real fan even though he's only 12. I'm sure it will be something he reads over and over again.Published 27 days ago by Gina Platt