In putting together “Stripped,” a documentary exploring the art and evolution of newspaper comic strips, Dave Kellett and Fred Schroeder, the co-directors, interviewed more than 70 cartoonists. One of the biggest gets was Bill Watterson, the reclusive creator of “Calvin & Hobbes,” the beloved newspaper strip about a mischievous boy and his stuffed tiger, which ran from 1985 to 1995. […] The retired cartoonist was so pleased with the documentary that he also supplied the artwork for the poster of the film.
It is fucking weird to see a tablet drawn Bill Watterson–style.
Let’s be clear — if Rand Paul were to win the Presidential election in 2016, I would move to Canada and actively fund and support whatever Tea Party faction arises in the Democratic Party.
Just needed to get that off my chest.
Going to starting holding Americans to their threats to move to Canada.
I am never moving to Canada. Ever.
Anarchist discovers money is the solution to everything is my favorite recurring meme.
is this OK to include in a press kit for a short that got into a film festival
"He can also be found cycling along the Hudson river and pursuing his lifelong passion for tall ship sailing."
You can find him in the club
Just Tallboy Things
diet coke tall boys is a thing, huh
Isn’t a tallboy a 24oz and a 16 a pounder?
Let’s not make mistakes here, children are watching.
wiki says we’re all right
whoa whoa whoa
This is the last time I’m going to believe the authenticity of Urban Dictionary
*looks at 22oz Diet Coke* “M’lady” *tips fedora*
wherein the fukk is philk width dat mtn dew photorelie