Bill Watterson is the creator of "Calvin and Hobbes," one of the
most popular and well-regarded cartoon strips of the twentieth
century. "Calvin and Hobbes" appeared in newspapers from November
1985 until Watterson's retirement in 1996.
"At some level, all American childhoods are the same, which
probably explains our lasting love affair with Calvin and Hobbes."
(Timothy R. Smith, The Washington Post)
"Bill Watterson's 'Calvin and Hobbes, ' easily one of the most beloved comic strips of all time..." (Bryan Hood, New York Post)
"A student of comics, Watterson drew from an eclectic set of influences...The result was a strip that was vibrant, accessible, and beautiful." (Jake Rossen, Mental Floss)