Bill Watterson has been notoriously reclusive since ending Calvin and Hobbes
in 1995. Luckily for us, there's one thing no one can run from: what
happened in college.
It turns out Watterson was a prolific artist for his college yearbook, The Kenyon Collegian
and his signature style and wisdom are unmistakable. Here are some of his rarely seen early works, complete with context from the classmate who unearthed them: