There’s a brief interview with Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson in The Cleveland Plain Dealer. It’s the first he’s done since 1989. Interesting that this interview was published the week J.D. Salinger died. He doesn’t say much, but I’ve always been grateful that Watterson retired when he did. He never let himself have an off day. Almost impossible in the world of daily strips (and Charles Schulz is inhuman). He hung it up before he messed it up. It’s weird realizing that he was in his thirties when he did C&H, especially now that I’m in my thirties. I wish I had something like C&H threatening to come out from me.