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  1. Hobbes GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 hour ago


    @Wiseguy: Don’t know whether Calvin is ambidextrous, but some of the things he does seem underhanded.

    Perhaps in the 3rd panel Calvin bumped the spoon handle while gesturing with his arm, and it flew over to the other side of the bowl.

  2. Hobbes GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 2 hours ago

    Note that in Panel 3, Calvin’s spoon handle has switched over to the side of the bowl on his right, since it looks better there. It would be blocked by his sleeve if it were still on his left.

  3. Hobbes GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 2 hours ago


    Today Calvin is left-handed. It all depends on where he is located in the panel and which hand looks better at that location.

    Click here: Peanuts (May 21, 1965)

    Peanuts (May 21, 1965)


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    Pearls Before Swine (February 2, 2003)

  4. Hobbes GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 18 hours ago

    Calvin is learning a valuable lesson this week: While snow sculpture is a solitary profession and the artist may be under-appreciated, it is a much safer way to use snow than flirting with instant death.

  5. Hobbes GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 days ago

    Not sure whether this is true art or just a snow job.

  6. Hobbes GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 days ago


    Interestingly, Bill Watterson’s genius was understood in its own time, and it continues to be appreciated. But Bill Watterson, the person, was never fully understood by the general public, and probably never will be.

    Genius often goes together with an unusual personality. What is amazing is how someone with such an unusual personality can create something that relates so well to millions of people who are less unusual.

  7. Hobbes GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 4 days ago

    @leagleagle48: In the last panel, Hobbes is thinking, “Your sculpture is turning into Watter son.”

  8. Hobbes GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 4 days ago

    There’s Calvin’s artwork combined with his profound insights, and then there’s the watered-down version.