‘Calvin and Hobbes’ as art


Continuing Coveragebreaking

Carlisle crematory where bodies not refrigerated: What we know now

‘Calvin and Hobbes’ as art

From Literary Hub: “Comics, if we define them at their broadest as sequential art, have been with us from the beginning, on the walls of caves, on the sides of pottery, and in how we translated the many languages of starry night skies into our own, simplifying the chaos of why-are-we-here into creations. And when we remove their words altogether, comics suddenly create a new potential for language: a universal form, a language without language that all may be able to understand, a rejection — and resurrection — of the Tower of Babel.”

View Comments 0

Weather and Traffic