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Keeping 'Calvin and Hobbes' Scarce Has Made It More Valuable
"Because of Watterson's decision to avoid endless merchandising of his characters, we can only get our Calvin and Hobbes fix by digging out our books. We're not saturated with Calvin and Hobbes in commercials or on toy shelves or at theme parks and that helps to keep the strip intact." The Atlantic 10/25/13
Posted October 27, 2013 10:10 AM




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