Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for June 25, 1992
Calvin: See, the problem with fine art is that it's supposed to express original truths. But who likes originality and truth?! Nobody! Life's hard enough without it! Only an idiot would pay for it! But popular art knows the customer is always right! People want more of what they already know they like, so popular art gives it to 'em! Hobbes: And how are the movie sequels this summer? Calvin: Great! Man, there's nothing I hate more than paying five bucks and having to deal with some new plot.