He’s not exactly J.D. Salinger, but “Calvin and Hobbes” creator Bill Watterson is not one to speak publicly. He makes an audio appearance in the documentary “Stripped,” and apparently there’s a new interview with him in the forthcoming “Exploring Calvin and Hobbes” exhibition catalog.
Mike was our editorial cartoonist at the UCSD Guardian back in the day, and even drew a “Calvin and Hobbes” parody strip for our April Fool’s issue. It featured comic banter between philosophers John Calvin and Thomas Hobbes. In a bizarre twist of happenstance, Mike actually grew up in the neighborhood I live in now. Strange world. ↩