Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for November 26, 1993
Calvin: Let's see...to argue that Tyrannosaurs were predators and not scavengers, we'll need to write a brief overview of carnosaur evolution. Then we'll delve into skeletal structure, skull design, arm strength, potential running speed, and enviromental factors. ...But first, we'll draw some pictures of a T. Rex eating people in the natural history museum. Hobbes: I notice your head is shrinking back to normal size.