"What do you think is the meaning of true happiness?" he [Calvin] asks Hobbes in another [comic strip]. "Is it money, cars and women? Or is it just money and cars?"
People still remember because it was never worse than good, and was often simply brilliant.
The Washington Post pays a tribute, The Tiger Strikes Again, to Bill Watterson and that lovely comic strip of his, Calvin and Hobbes, on the publishing of "The Complete Calvin and Hobbes," a 1,456-page art-book epic of every panel ever published. (free registration needed to read The Washington Post article).
Meanwhile, like me, if you still need a daily fix of Calvin and hobbes, go here.
Link via: Sonia Falerio's Colour of Water.