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!
This has got to be the best book on Calvin and Hobbes Watterson every put out!Published 2 days ago by James Rees
given as a birthday present to a child.
the dad said "I'll take it to my bedroom first"
Really wanted to add these comics to my classroom library for my students to read every once in awhile. My students have already used it multiple times! Classic!Published 1 month ago by D. Carden