Bill Watterson took two breaks that were nine months each back when he was actively writing Calvin and Hobbes.
From Merriam-Webster.com: Definition of biannual : occurring twice a year
Apparently he’s busy working on his new (non-Big Nate) novel.https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/childrens/childrens-book-news/article/76575-new-novel-coming-from-big-nate-author-lincoln-peirce.html
What’s the word, hummingbird?Did you hear about Hugo and Kim?
Nope. If you look between the last two panels you can see the copyright date is 2009.
I do! “Fidem Scit.” —He knows the faith.
Yes, he does! He’s @LincolnPeirce. And he has tweeted exactly once, back in 2011.
When there are new strips, people complain that they aren’t as funny as the old ones. When there are old ones, people complain that there aren’t any new ones.You just can’t please some people.
The publication date of this comic is 1994. The first Harry Potter novel came out in 1997, so this pre-dates Harry Potter.
I’m calling malpractice and criminal impersonation here! Joanne Gerstner is a (real life) JOURNALIST, not a doctor! Don’t give me any lines about “going undercover” honey!