Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for May 17, 1987
Calvin: This is supposed to be great art. So why does it look like a bunch of decapitated naked people? A strange feeling comes over Calvin in the art museum. His parents, engrossed in culture, remain blissfully unaware of Calvin's terrible transformation. Yes, a Tyrannosaurus is loose in the art museum! The curator shrieks and pandemonium ensues! A guard reaches for his pistol, but the dinosaur is upon him and he is messily devoured! The giant lizard's glory is captured forever on film by the anti-theft cameras! Patrons of the arts flee for their lives! Hundreds of priceless paintings are ripped to shreds in the awful rampage! Wealthy benefactors are trampled, the museum is in ruins! On to symphony hall!! Dad: Calvin? Cavin? We're in the next room now. C'mon. I think we'd better get him out of here. He had that grin again. Calvin: I wanna see the dinosaurs at the natural history museum again. Mom: We spent all afternoon there, Calvin.