Immense kudos to filmmakers Dave Kellett and Fred Schroeder, whose new documentary Stripped was apparently so awesome that it coaxed the famously elusive Bill Watterson to come out of retirement and create his first cartoon (that the public has seen, anyway) since concluding his work on Calvin & Hobbes nearly 20 years ago. The piece will serve as the poster for the film, which profiles the endangered art form of newspaper comic strips in the current economic and media climates.
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Film-maker Fred Schroeder and webcomic creator Dave Kellett (Sheldon, Drive) of Big Fish Studios have completed more than 230 (and counting) hours of interviews with prominent cartoonists spanning several generations and two mediums for their planned documentary, Stripped. All the duo needs now is money to push the