"Bill Wattersons return to print, after nearly three decades, comes in the form of a fable called The Mysteries, which shares with his famous comic strip a sense of enchantment." (The New Yorker) "The Mysteries more than earns a place alongside your Calvin and Hobbes collections. (Yahoo! Entertainment) A darkly foreboding illustrated fable. (The New York Times) "The Mysteries is a book that dares you to unravel it. think of The Mysteries as a one-of-a-kind experience from Bill Watterson and John Kascht that you can pick off of your shelf whenever in need of wonder and mystery. (Screenrant) The illustrations are remarkable, and the story, about mysteries, is a powerful and gorgeous mystery itself. (Boing Boing) The Mysteries is an elusive, handmade wonder from Bill Watterson and John Kascht (Comic Book Resources) "Its wisdom is grand and chilly" (The New York Review of Books)
Bill Watterson created the newspaper comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, one of the most iconic and memorable comic strips of our time. His original work is on long-term loan at the Ohio State University Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum. John Kascht is regarded as one of America's most important and highly regarded caricature artists. A master of the form, he has caricatured thousands of famous faces for magazines, newspapers and Broadway marquees. His work is collected by the National Portrait Gallery.