Last Friday, the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum at Ohio State University opened an incredible pair of exhibits featuring the art of Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson and Cul de Sac creator Richard Thompson, and I don't think I have ever wanted to go see an art exhibit more. Curators Jenny Robb and Caitlin McGurk have assembled an incredible collection of original art from Calvin and Hobbes organized by season, as well as Watterson's actual tools of the trade, featuring hilarious commentary by the man himself. Unfortunately, like many people in this world, I am nowhere near Columbus, Ohio.
The good news, however, is that the filmmakers behind Dear Mr. Watterson, a documentary about Calvin & Hobbes and its impact, were in attendance snapping pictures so that the rest of us could live vicariously through them. Check out a few of our favorites below!
As someone who used to spend far more time watching sports than any human being really should, I was always annoyed that NFL teams got rid of marching bands. Instead, we're stuck with groups like, god help us all, Lady Antebellum performing at football games. A marching band is objectively cooler, and more appropriate for that kind of venue.
Case in point: The Ohio State University marching band, which performed an amazing tribute to a few blockbuster films, including Superman and Harry Potter, on the field of this past weekend's football game in Columbus.
Animation: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has released a trailer for its upcoming Lego Batman: The Movie - DC Superheroes Unite animated feature, which seems to mostly consist of cutscenes from the LB2:DCS video game...
In his 41 years of life, Sparkplug Comics publisher Dylan Williams worked tirelessly to bring more attention to independent cartoonists and pieces of comics history that, without him, would only have been minor footnotes...
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