Is the Clickhole Calvin and Hobbes Cartoon Illegal Child Porn?

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TweetClickhole, the Onion’s answer to Buzzfeed and Clickhole, has posted an audacious NSFW video parody, “If You Grew Up With ‘Calvin and Hobbes,’ You Need to Watch This Now.” Spoilers below for those of you who aren’t already in custody haven’t seen it yet:

Bill Watterson will draw the Angoulême Festival poster and write more intros

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TweetBill Watterson to draw the Angoulême Festival Poster. Confirmed by the Festival… Previous RT. — Thomas Ragon (@ThomasRagon) June 10, 2014 If they were to produce a remake of Field of Dreams, suffice to say Bill Watterson would NOT be one of the characters. The cartoonist, once so elusive that a whole book was written […]

Bill Watterson drew some new comic strips and you can see them at HeroesCon

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Tweet Last week there was some intrigue over whether some guest strips on Stephen Pastis’s Pearls Before Swine comic strip were actually drawn by Bill Watterson. Pastis teased that the answer would come on Saturday and it turned out…it was Watterson. In a blog post that has been viewed some 2 million times, Pastis revealed […]

Bill Watterson and Richard Thompson interviewed on the state of cartooning

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Tweet Yep you head me right. This weekend the Billy Ireland Cartoon Museum and LIbrary in Columbus Ohio will open two incredible shows, The Irresistible Force Meets The Immovable Object: A Richard Thompson Retrospective and Exploring Calvin And Hobbes and in advance of the show Jenny Robb has interviewed Bill Watterson and Caitlin McGurk has […]

Bill Watterson creates poster art for STRIPPED

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While the odds are still low on him showing up to fulfill his duties as Grand Prix winner, Bill Watterson is slightly less reclusive of late than he has been for most of the 19 years since he quite Calvin and Hobbes. For instance he has drawn the poster for the film STRIPPED, a documentary about comic strip artists which also features an interview with Watterson. The piece is billed as Watterson’s first cartoon in 19 years (he’s shown a painting since then, a contribution to Project Cul-de-sac.)

Grand Prix winner Bill Watterson and the rest of the 2014 Angoulême Official Prizes

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Tweet The Official Prizes of the 41st Festival International de la Bande Desinée were handed out in Sunday at 4pm. The big news was Bill Watterson winning the Grand Prix, but afterwards people were talking about how the “International” part of the festival title had truly been reflected, with three winners from the US, one […]