One of the few newspaper comics I still follow is Stephan Pastis' "Pearls Before Swine," an artistically simple but surprisingly morbid view of the world. Its usually good for a laugh when I need it.
Over the past week the comic's had a subplot about a new artist taking over, based off the suggestion that a second-grader could have better art skills than Pastis:
Now that the series has ended, Pastis revealed through a new interview that this "second-grader" is actually Bill Watterson of "Calvin and Hobbes." I never thought I'd see Watterson working on comics again in my lifetime, so this is a magnificent thrill.