Bill Watterson has been notoriously reclusive since ending Calvin and Hobbes
in 1995. Luckily for us, there's one thing no one can hide 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: