If you can offer the world a strip like Calvin and Hobbes, don't you have a responsibility to keep working?
The Cleveland Scene
travels to Chagrin Falls, Ohio, trying to track down its most famous (and famously reclusive) resident, Calvin and Hobbes
author Bill Watterson
. Along the way, the reporter contemplates micturating Calvins
, burning paintings, the cost of hewing to one's principles, and the utter vacuity of Jim Davis's
soul. In the end, there's even a brief encounter with a man who may or may not have once made millions happy by drawing a six-year-old boy and his stuffed tiger.
posted by pardonyou?
on Dec 2, 2003 -