At my library, there is a fine arts section. It is a room full of huge volumes of masterpieces. Rembrandt to the art of Disney. I went up unprepared. One of the things I was unprepared for was the huge collection of Peanuts that was sitting on the shelf. I've read about six volumes already. This strip fascinates me. I love Peanuts, but I love Calvin and Hobbes even more. This is the comic strip that makes me laugh out loud; it's funny and... it's amazing art. In Peanuts he just uses the images to support the joke, they're just scribbles. Bill Watterson cares about the image, that's a lot of what I love about Calvin and Hobbes. I've read the whole collection several times. I have never gotten tired of it.
Both strips are works of art. And I admire Bill Watterson and Charles Schulz greatly.