About this book
The story of Bill Watterson, and his unconventional and popular comic strip, "Calvin & Hobbes". He named the characters after the theologian and the philosopher, introduced philosophical questions into his strip, and rejected all attempts to turn his creation into a merchandising monolith. Very little has been written on "Calvin & Hobbes" before, so this will be a fascinating insight for fans.
A work about uncovering the story behind this most uncommon trio - a man, a boy and his tiger.
|Bloomsbury Academic Trade|