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June 27, 2003
Sigh. Me too.

Clubbeaux misses Calvin and Hobbes.

So do I. If ever a "mere" comic strip attained the exalted status of "Art", C&H was it.

Posted by Russ at 04:52 PM, June 27, 2003 in Miscellany

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Watterson had sense enought to go out on top. Most comics have a very good initial few years, followed by a decsent in mediocrity as the public grows accustomed to the humor and the cartoonist starts to run out of ideas. It even happened to Al Capp.

What I wish he had done was to start an entirely new strip.

Posted by: bigwig at June 30, 2003 11:20 PM