Those who have never encountered Bill Watterson's excellent cartoon strip, Calvin and Hobbes (or Tommy and the Tiger in some of its translations), would gain greatly by a visit to .
Watterson has managed to capture lots of fine observations about the world. His central characters are a six year old boy called Calvin and his friend Hobbes, a tiger (who appears, to grown-ups, as a stuffed toy). So, of course, there's plenty of material on the trials of parenthood and how dumb the grown-up world looks to a kid. There's also a whole lot of incisive observations about our world. The cartoons occasionally inspire me: in time, some essays may fall out of that.Written by Eddy.