'Calvin and Hobbes' Creator Reveals Artwork for Cartoonist Documentary
'Calvin and Hobbes' creator Bill Watterson will reveal new artwork after 19 years. Instead of using classic comic strip form, the comics will be used for poster art in "Stripped," a documentary about comics including interviews from cartoonists Jim Davis, Cathy Guisewite and Mort Walker. The documentary will also include an audio interview with Watterson and explore "where the art form goes as newspapers die." Calvin and Hobbes was a daily comic strip from 1985-1995 about a boy Calvin and his tiger, Hobbes.
By Jordan Moses
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