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We missed you, Bill Watterson

Stephan Pastis wins the Internet, and pretty much everything else, this week. Let me tell you. Just getting an email from Bill Watterson is one of the most mind-blowing, surreal experiences I have ever had. Bill Watterson really exists? And … Continue reading

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Bill Watterson speaks

The reclusive “Calvin & Hobbes” creator gives his first public interview in 20 years. I had hoped they’d ask him about those “peeing Calvin” stickers, but according to Wikipedia, he has actually addressed that before, so no big deal. (See … Continue reading

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Comics criticism

Interesting article about the interplay between comic strip writers and the online community that blogs about/obsesses over/critiques them. One interesting bit: “People tend to react more to complain than to compliment,” agreed Francesco Marciuliano, the writer for Sally Forth. Marciuliano … Continue reading

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But I’m not

I just want it to be known that I solved the puzzle in today’s Foxtrot in about five minutes. I had to dust off some pretty long-dormant brain cells to do the integral, but I got it. The first comment … Continue reading

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