(USA TODAY) -- Bill Watterson, creator of Calvin and Hobbes, is unveiling his first artwork in 19 years.
It's not a new comic strip. It's the poster art for a documentary about comics.
The documentary, called Stripped, includes the first audio interview with Watterson, according to the film's website.
"Inthe right hands, a comic strip attains a beauty and an elegance thatreally I would put against any other art," Watterson says in the film.
Calvin and Hobbes was a daily comic strip from 1985-1995 about a boy named Calvin and his stuffed tiger, Hobbes.
Stripped features interviews with the world's top cartoonists, including Jim Davis (Garfield), Cathy Guisewite (Cathy) and Mort Walker (Beetle Bailey).
The film also explores the question of "where the art form goes as newspapers die," according to the film's website.
DVDs go on sale April 2.
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