Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for November 02, 1990

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    Joey245  over 9 years ago

    Once again, most of this stuff soared over my head as a middle-school kid. Very rewarding to read and understand it now that I’m older.

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    z4netti  over 8 years ago

    This is the real Watterson talking thru his comics. C&H became a big hit and promotors wanted to commercialize his characters. This was his way of saying no.

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    Xalder  over 7 years ago

    The world deserves a pure substance.

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    yow4zip Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Calvin is always quick on his feet.

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    bmonk  over 6 years ago

    I’m glad Bill Watterson had higher principles than Calvin.

    Even if, as Hobbes, he rolled his eyes.

    I never could figure out why he picked Calvin (that dried-up puritanical reformer) for the libertarian, self-centered Calvin character, and the pessimistic Hobbes (“life is nasty, bruitish and short”) for the tiger. I mean, really—Hobbes is impish and can leave Calvin bruised, but he’s more cultured and far taller than Calvin.

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    AntonL.Graf  about 1 year ago

    I wonder what it would have been like to have a childhood and read this years ago, not understanding ANYTHING. Like, this was 100% for his adult readers

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