I love reading Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson, it’s probably my favorite comic strip (not that I read many). Sure, they’re funny and feel-good, but a lot of them have a nice depth to them as well. It’s interesting how you can extract important life messages from the comics, and makes them that much more enjoybale to read.
I’ve already posted once on my frustrations over history class, and here’s a comic that provides an interpretive insight into what exactly history is, and any merits it could therefore hold. I don’t agree completely with it; history isn’t fiction, but it certainly is used to provide order and a work as a framework for society. It’s some food for thought for sure. At any rate, I’d like to show this to my history teacher and get his opinion!