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Bill Watterson

  1. Things We Saw Today: Matt Smith is Shocked

    Things We Saw Today

    I think I need this decal on every single one of my outlets. (via ElectricStickerCo on Etsy) 

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Why So Many Superheroines Have Bare Midriffs

    Things We Saw Today

    Full comic by Stjepan Sejic, via Fashionably Geek.

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  3. Brace Your Inner Child: New Art From Bill Watterson, Creator of Calvin and Hobbes

    This pleases us.

    The beloved creator of Calvin and Hobbes designed amazing poster art for the documentary Stripped, available for advance order on iTunes as of midnight last night. It's a huge testimony to the movie's quality that the notoriously discerning Watterson was involved, but he could design a poster promoting his butt, and I'd be happy.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Malala Met The Queen

    Things We Saw Today

    Amazing lady Malala Yousafzai met Queen Elizabeth II and presented her with her book today.  (via Jezebel) 

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  5. This Calvin and Hobbes Animation’s Both Warm and Fuzzy

    Calvin and Hobbes was one of those great comics -- like The Far Side -- that at its dullest was still far, far more entertaining than the best installment of Family Circus. Cartoonist Bill Watterson had a great thing going with his strip, because it was as humorous as it was deep. Calvin's imagination and occasional philosophical musings are rightly admired still. Calvin and Hobbes never launched into a bigger franchise or animated series -- but only because Watterson didn't care for all that. "My strip is a low-tech, one-man operation, and I like it that way," he said in The Calvin and Hobbes: Tenth Anniversary book. That said, animator Adam Brown (Ugly Americans) went and made a short little animation of the comic, and it somehow manages to encapsulate its charm.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: The Velociraptor Flask

    Things We Saw Today

    Well, if you didn't already have a reason to become a career drunk, here is a very great reason: the flask made from a (porcelain) velociraptor claw. Currently being sold on Etsy, so have at it dino-loving lushes! (via Reddit)

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  7. No Snow Yet? Ever? Live Vicariously Through This Homage to Calvin and Hobbes

    And I'll Form the Head!

    Jim Frommeyer and Teague Chrystie's tribute to Bill Watterson's snowmen is somewhat more than meets the eye. Frommeyer explains their process:

    First thing to know is that every shot is practical.  Every snowman was built from scratch.  And it was all filmed on my dining table.

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  8. Peanut Butter And Chocolate: Bill Watterson and Mark Twain

    Olden Lore

    Before creating Calvin & Hobbes, Bill Watterson was an editorial cartoonist for a Cincinnati newspaper. He specialized in cartoons inspired by and including quotes by Mark Twain. He lasted six months. But we think he did okay after that. After the jump are more vintage Watterson cartoons.

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  9. How Bill Watterson Is Helping Raise Funds for Parkinson’s Disease

    and let it be known

    What you see above is by Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson. It's special for a couple reasons. 1. It's the first piece of original artwork from him in the 16 years since his comic ended, according to his syndicate. 2. It's part of a fundraising effort for Team Cul de Sac, which raises funds for Parkinson's research and works with Team Fox of the Michael J. Fox Foundation. The 6'x8' oil on board is the character Petey Otterloop from Richard Thompson’s comic strip Cul de Sac. Thompson revealed that he had Parkinson's disease in 2009. (Drawn)

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  10. How Has Rob Granito Taken His Scam This Far?

    And That's Terrible

    The man pictured above is named Rob Granito, and according to numerous people, he has been ripping off artists and collectors for years. He runs a table at conventions, selling what he calls "original" art when it has clearly and blatantly been ripped off from other artists. Not only that, but he also pads his résumé like nobody's business. Bleeding Cool's Rich Johnston has been digging deep into this, and what he's found is pretty infuriating. And illegal. See for yourself after the jump.

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