On his latest video, essayst kaptainkristian looks at how Bill Watterson managed to take the limited medium offered by a four-panel comic and produce Calvin and Hobbes, a strip capable of challenging its readers to think outside the box -- through the eyes of a 6-year-old boy.
A look at the comic strip that elevated the medium.
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