Bill Watterson, creator of 'Calvin and Hobbes,' never grants interviews. He's tried to avoid all publicity as much as possible. He recently granted a tiny interview to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, his hometown newspaper. I've always admired Watterson, because he's always wanted the comic strip to speak for itself. It's now been 15 years since 'Calvin' appeared in newspapers. I loved 'Calvin and Hobbes' as a kid and I think it's fantastic that new generations of readers love the comics just as much as I did. Thank you, Bill Watterson. Thank you.