‘Calvin and Hobbes’ Creator Watterson speaks out for the first time in more then a decade

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In what’s believed to be the first interview granted by the creator of “Calvin and Hobbes” in more than a decade, Bill Watterson told the Plain Dealer in Cleveland that he had no regrets about ending the strip 15 years ago.

“This isn’t as hard to understand as people try to make it. By the end of 10 years, I’d said pretty much everything I had come there to say,” Watterson said in an interview published in Monday’s edition of the P-D. Watterson lives in the greater Cleveland area and answered questions by e-mail from P-D reporter John Campanelli.

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