Nate has a girlfriend who digs bad boys.
I just wanna say, “Go, Nate, Go!” and I hope a “nice thing” sparks between him and Daphne.
But I wanna reach into the newspaper, pluck Nate gently between my thumb and forefinger, lift him up high so our eyes are level, and I remind Nate to “Be cool.”.
Yep, the robots must use Microsoft Outlook
Let’s hope something nice blossoms.
I’m going to go out on a limb and just say that these two are not a bad match.
Best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.
The flow of this Sunday strip is spot-on perfect, punchline perfectly delivered.
I like this strip because – finally – he gets a nugget of respect from Mrs. Godfrey.
A classic case of reverse psychology.
Or is it?
The wonderful, oh-so-wonderful aspect of C&H is that Hobbes, in Calvin’s eyes, is a real tiger. Everyone else sees a stuffed tiger. (There is one incident where Calvin’s mom starts talking to Hobbes in “stuffed mode”, but I digress.)
The charm of this particular strip is that Calvin wasn’t afraid at all. It was the child-like confidence in his tiger friend meeting the cowardice and paranoia of bully Moe that ended a potential conflict.
One of the sweetest strips in the C&H canon. I love it.