Hey peeps! I wanted to prepare this long, heartfelt speech about how much this webcomic means to me, and how awesome you guys are, but instead, I thought I’d just say what my heart really wants me to say:

Thank you.

Thank you for sticking by me.

Even when bad jokes,

bad art,

and a bad sense of humor struck,

you kept reading.


Here you go.

100 comics and I still can’t draw Hobbes from the front.

I’d also like to thank a certain someone, who will probably never read this.

Thank you to a Mr. Bill Watterson, the original creator of Calvin and Hobbes, for making all of this possible.

By Moses

Moses grew up enjoying dogs and comics, and tolerating (okay, sometimes liking) his 3 brothers. He has drawn comics since he was 5, including comics such as "Nimrods", "The Question Mark", "Nintoondo", "Sophmoric", and "Spike and Bob". He calls himself an artist but can't decide on what kind, (Cartoonist? Graphic designer? Musician? Painter? Plagiarist?) He thanks you for your support and non-suing of him.

10 replies on “Centennial”

big accomplishment, Moses! I am really proud of you for sticking with it and continuing to improve your art!

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