Bill Watterson, the creator of the comic classic “Calvin and Hobbes” is almost as famous for not seeking the limelight as he is for making the well loved comic. He has only given a few interviews over the year, surprisingly one of those came out in the last few days. John Campanelli writing for The Plain Dealer scored an interview with Watterson. He answers questions about the strip and talks about his “fame” in a way that makes me wish he was still making comics. I miss this guy’s work.